Darling boy had his first primary school christmas fair today, and as one of life's 'joiners' I'm on the PTA (parent teacher association) at his school. Donations were requested for the cake stall- what honest self respecting christmas fair doesn't have a cake stall?) Happy to oblige, I made rocky road, with chocolate, biscuit and marshmallow, topped with more marshmallows and glitter being a perfect winner for children.
I also made these cheeky cupcakes, vanilla with swirly whirly double icing. I fancied a challenge and so went with the double icing- just what every mum wants to do, late on a school night! I thought something out of the ordinary might sell well, and I was right. The lovely receptionist at Darling boys school told me my cupcakes were selling "like the proverbial", which is what every charity baker wants to hear.
A recent visit to marvellous mum and dads took in a trip to Bekonscot Model Village. A place of my childhood, and such fun. It was as sweet and enchanting as I remember, and as luck would have it, Darling boy and Little brother were enraptured by it too. The model village is so lovely, stuck in a time warp and featuring the excellent naff puns that always raise a grin. You can also pretend to be a giant, which is a great past-time.
I live in Devon with my Handsome husband, Darling boy, Little brother, and our Gorgeous girl, who are 6, 4 and nearly 2.
We live in our lovely barn conversion on the farm, alongside Handsome husband's beloved cattle, who are looking fabulous and happy in the fields. As well as wandering chickens and the occasional visiting sheep.
I run a cupcake company, Adventures in Cake, selling cupcakes and other scrumptious treats for bespoke orders, all of which keep me out of trouble.
This blog is about our adventures together, and the cakes we will be eating along the way.
I hope you enjoy reading about our adventures x