Giving someone a homemade cake is a brilliant way to let them know how much you care. We can forget to tell the people who matter most why they make our lives a little bit easier, a lot more fun or infinitely more interesting!
Doing something for others always brings joy and happiness especially the unexpected and personal things such as homemade gifts and surprises.
This World Baking Day the aim is to get people all over the world baking for their loved ones.
Whether you bake for your friends, family or colleagues, it’s sure to be a scrumptious celebration of our most cherished relationships. You can visit the website to pledge to bake now.
In our household and surrounding us we have so many people who do lots for our family – my parents are always at the end of the phone if I need them or even just want to bug them (it’s what daughters do after all), Paul’s parents do loads for us too. Paul’s Mum is very poorly with Cancer currently and we often drop over little gifts, surprises and cakes.
It was hard for me to choose someone special to bake for World Baking Day as we often make treats and take them to those who matter to us, however I have chosen my best friend Ruth this time around. She is the best friend anyone could ever ask for (I actually call her my sister as we are that close, and refer to her children as my nephews and niece as to me they are!).
She is always there for us and the children equally and us for her. We love her, her husband Mark and her 4 children so much.
We are planning to bake some Whoopie Pies, simple to make and fun to get the kids involved with both the making and the decorating.
If you would like some baking inspiration you can find lots of recipes over on the Stork website.
Will you be joining in with World Baking Day? Who will you bake for?
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