The Pink Whisk Challenge – October 2011 – Mini Apple & Caramel Loaves

This month the very lovely Ruth Clements of The Pink Whisk, runner up in the first series of the BBC’s Great British Bake off, set the very first challenge in her new monthly blogging event. Every month Ruth will choose a seasonal ingredient and participants choose a recipe and blog about it. This month’s ingredient was apples. Now I know I’ve posted a fair few apples recipes in the last month, but I just couldn’t resist joining in!

The recipe I chose were these very yummy mini apple and caramel loaves. I found the recipe on a beautiful site called Spoons n Spades. Isn’t this such a gorgeous blog? The photography is stunning!

I couldn’t resist drowning one loaf in custard…

Thank you to Ruth for setting this new challenge! Can’t wait till November’s pick 🙂

This will be the last apple recipe for a while, I promise! Lots of spooky Halloween bakes coming later on this week…

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10 thoughts on “The Pink Whisk Challenge – October 2011 – Mini Apple & Caramel Loaves

  1. Hey Nicola, pop back over to Tinned Tomatoes and leave a separate comment to say you are a follower and a separate comment to say you like the facebook page. That will give you two extra entries. Oh and it is a lifetime membership.Gorgeous looking loaves. I could happily tuck into one of those just now with custard. Mmmmmmmmmm 😛

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    1. I’ve just had a look and her blog has been deleted. Unfortunately I didn’t take take a note of the recipe 😦 Maybe try googling caramel apple loaves and something similar might come up. Sorry I can’t be of further help x

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