Have you ever been on the BakingMad.com website before? It’s jam packed full of tons and tons and TONS of recipes, loads of inspiration and a cakesbakesandcookies.com cake or two! (See here and here if you’re interested!) They’ve really revamped the website since the last time I was on there. Now there’s an array of baking images to greet you from the get go. And if you’re looking for a touch of Christmas baking gift inspiration – I’m thinking teachers here, then there’s loads of choices there too.
Beau and Darcey always want to give ALL their teachers a Christmas gift, so that’s their class teacher, the teacher who has them when their class teacher is planning, the teacher’s assistant, the teacher that helps them with extra maths or English…. the list goes on and on and let’s face it I’m not made of money and I love to bake, so it’s a no brainer really. Enter Bakingmad.com and their gingerbread man wreath. How cute it this? Such a simple idea.
So, you can imagine how excited I was to be set the challenge of making one of their Christmas recipes to share with you guys (in exchange for a box load of flour, essence and some yummy Bilington’s sugars- thanks you guys!)
When the BakingMad team asked me which recipe I was going to make I said the peppermint candy canes, then the chocolate fudge cake and then finally I decided that it had to be this wreath. I have actually made the chocolate cake too but more on that in another post! The wreath was super easy to make. You simply cut out the shapes – I made some from gingerbread men and snowflakes. Place the biscuits on a sheet of silicon paper. I used circles of paper so I could follow the shape of the paper and keep it neat. Once all in position I gave the holding hands a gentle press just to make sure they stuck together whilst baking- and they did. I was surprised how well the wreath held together once baked but then I did make pretty thick biscuits!
Once out of the oven I threaded ribbon through the gaps. I made a few extra gaps with a metal skewer and finished off with a bow. Cute hey? I have to say that I really enjoyed making these. I was singing away to myself the whole time!
So, that’s the teachers sorted – now for the rest of the family!
So what are you guys making for gifts this year? I’d love to know.
That is so clever, I have never seen anything like it! Amazing!
This is brilliant and adorable.
Thanks. It tastes good too!
Oh wow Emma the gingerbread wreaths are adorable. Happy Christmas x
Happy Christmas sweetie,
Yes, this is a really good recipe from Bakingmad.com. The gingerbread is really sweet and crunchy – just how I like it. Unfortunately one of the thinner wreaths broke when I was threading the ribbon through so I HAD to eat it up. It tastes gooood!
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