I love Tala. It’s so Retro it reminds me of my childhood and baking with my mum. When I think of Tala I think of their metal cone shaped measuring jug as I have one which I use to hold all my cake decorating tools. It’s way too pretty to be used just as a jug!

They have so many more products than I first realised. So, when I was asked if I would like to give a test run on their cupcake tin I obviously jumped at the chance. The tin is really sturdy. It’s professional grade and you can really tell by the weight.  You know it will last and last. It washes up really well too which is a big winner for me! No nooks and crannies to get crumbs stuck in. I hate that!

Tala have kindly given me permission to share with you their Strawberry fairy cake recipe which I used for the last school cake sale. I used gluten-free flour in mine so my little friend (well actually Evie is Darcey’s school friend but she gave me such a lovely unexpected hug at Darcey’s birthday party that I think that makes her my friend too now!) could have something nice to eat too. I couldn’t tell the difference between gluten-free and not gluten-free. They were, as you would expect deeelish!

Strawberry Fairy cakes recipe 

(Makes 8-12)

Ingredients

  • 250g butter-at room temperature
  • 250 Caster sugar
  • 4 small eggs
  • 310g Self Raising Flour

Decoration

  • 120g butter – at room temperature
  • 250g icing sugar
  • 6 drops of strawberry flavouring
  • A little red colouring
  • A little strawberry jam

Method

Cream the butter and sugar together then beat in the eggs and flour.

Spoon into cup cake cases and place in the bun tins.

Bake for 15-20 minutes at 190°C/375°F/gas mark 5. When they have cooled a little remove from the tins onto a cooling tray.

To decorate, make a strawberry butter icing by creaming together the butter, icing sugar, strawberry flavouring and colouring. I put jam into the icing too. I also made some just plain old buttercream ones as seen here (as I wasn’t sure about the gluten content in jam/food colouring etc)

When soft and well mixed, spoon into a piping bag. I used a smooth nozzle to get this effect but a star nozzle will work well too! 

When the baking tin arrived I was really surprised to see the cake stand wrapped up too! I didn’t know that Tala did them. It’s so pretty that it came out for Darcey’s birthday party last week. It’s nice and sturdy so it will be making an appearance at Beau’s party in November too! Cute isn’t it?

Here they are boxed up and ready to go. I love the way cupcakes look in a box. All neat and tight and ready to be devoured!

These are seriously easy to make. Go on, give them a go!

enjoy!

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3 Comments on Best for Baking with Tala

  1. I’ve got one of those Tala measuring cones too. I only bought it because my mum had one and we always used it when we were cooking. I love their things a definite decorating statement in the kitchen. GG

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