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Giveaway Win a Little Sins Cupcakery Cake Mix

Little Sins Cupcakery are offering one of my readers the chance to win a Carrot Cake Luxury Cake Mix, so it is time to dust off your pinny.  You can read my review on how I baked the Carrot Cakes using the Little Sins Cupcakery cake mix

Baking Carrot Cupcakes

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81 comments:

  1. Making my daughters first birthday cake!

    Ashleigh

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  2. Making my boyfriend's 21st birthday cake, with maltesers spelling out 21! My favourite cake is carrot cake though!

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  3. school dinners cake and custard - loved it!

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  4. Watching my Mum making them on a Saturday afternoon :)

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  5. Mine is making the Christmas Cake with my mum every year :) though I have so many great memories involving cake!

    This cake mix looks amazing, yum!

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  6. memoies of my nan baking cakes when i was a kid, good times x

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  7. Making my little boy and girls birthday cakes I love baking cakes! :)

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  8. my mum buying some at a craft fair and leaving them on the roof of the car so we never got to have them

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  9. Winning an icecream cake for my 14th birthday from the local radio station :)

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  10. learning to make one with my mother when I was young

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  11. Mine is making a Christmas cake during Christmas theme cookery lesson in school.

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  12. My sixth birthday cake. I lost three teeth eating it...

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  13. baking cakes me my gran every weekend

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  14. Making cakes with my mum after school, she worked from home.

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  15. Has to be 2 years ago when I made cupcakes and sold them at my local Bonfire night event! It was so much fun thinking up flavours to do and so amazing hearing and seeing everyone enjoying them!

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  16. When I had a scooby doo cake for my 10th Birthday

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  17. Having a shop bought one. Mum is not the best of cooks ;)

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  18. When my sister decided years ago to decorate a cake she had loving baked with caraway seeds instead of hundreds and thousands. Still makes us laugh now and it's over 30 years ago. :)

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  19. Making my first ever "non-standard" cake for my son's birthday - it has an icing Sooty on it :-)

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  20. to make cakes having fun with the kids

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  21. I loved making pumpkin cakes with my children with pumpkins that we got free from a farm park nearby

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  22. My late mother was always making cakes when I was a child and I used to love licking the bowl out after.

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  23. Watching my Grandad bake, I used to love the rock buns he made, and also Grandma's homemade mince pies at Christmas. She used to send me home with a bagful when we visited and no-one else in the household liked them so they were all mine :)

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  24. My partner got me a surprise birthday cake! It was my favourite car! It must of took ages to make and he kept it a secret and he is rubbish and making decisions or keeping things a secret so did very well! it tasted amazing!!

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  25. My Sunday school teacher Rhoda Prigmores chocolate cake when she moved to another town I went to see her and aged 7 said " Hello Rhoda how's your cake" instead of how's u .

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  26. Holidays with my family as a child when we'd go to a seaside cafe and indulge x

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  27. I had a cake made for my mums 50th Birthday. Turned out it was the first time anyone had ever had a cake made for her birthday which I was unaware of so was very glad I did it.

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  28. Baking in my aunts kitchen when I was 6 she had a big old fashioned mixing bowl good memories and smells come to mind :)

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  29. making fruit cake with my Mam, which we did every saturday in readiness for visiting relatives on sunday x

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  30. Making chai tea cake for my sister's birthday!

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  31. Making my sons cake for his 1st birthday!

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  32. Making my children's first birthday cakes

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  33. Finding a nice diabetic recipe so I could bake something for my grandpa and he could join in eating sweet things with us at Christmas!

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  34. Finally learning how to make a nice airy sponge is a great memory!

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  35. Bulk baking with my mother when I was very small. Then selling them to the neighbours. She died when I was young

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  36. Getting wee cakes from the local bakery when I was with my mum and off school!. Dxx

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  37. My favourite memory about cake is my Grandad teaching me to bake a sponge cake when I was about 8 years old, he was an amazing baker.

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  38. Making cakes with my Mum and licking the bowl out after.

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  39. my grans victoria sandwiches with fresh strawberries - rare in those days

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  40. Eating apple Strudel in Vienna, it just isn't the same elsewhere.

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  41. My Mum taking me shopping every Saturday then to a little cafe for tea and cake x

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  42. buying little fairy cakes from primary school that everyones nan had made yummy ! x

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  43. Making a Union Jack decorated cake in 1977 to celebrate The Queen's Silver Jubilee!

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  44. Learning how to make cake at school.

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  45. My Mums chocolate cake filled with fresh cream - always baked when we had relatives round

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  46. My Mum always made a cake for my birthday when I was little. Just a Victoria sponge but it was always delicious.

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  47. Making my first rainbow cake for St. Patrick's Day last year!

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  48. I will always remember baking in my grandma's kitchen and licking out the bowl!

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  49. Making cakes with my nan. She always let me have a go with the icing

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  50. learning to bake cupcakes with my grandmother many years ago but i still remember

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  51. Learning to bake iced buns [now called cupcakes] on a Sunday afternoon until it became my job, aged 10!

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  52. baking fairy cakes and taking them on a picnic with the children , happy days

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  53. Coming back from school to a kitchen with warm wonderful cake in the oven and knowing my grandma is hiding in the pantry to surprise us with a cake.

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  54. Helping my Nan to make my birthday cake each year

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  55. Helping my mum make my nans 70th birthday cake x

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  56. my mum taught me to cook and bake when I was younger and me and my sister always got 1/2 mixture each to make it fair :)

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  57. The birthday cakes that my mum made me.

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  58. I have a memory of my birthday cake when I was 5. I remember I was wearing the (white and green!!) bridesmaid dress that I had worn earlier that summer and I felt like I was the queen!

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  59. Birthday Cakes! I remember blowing out so many candles over the years.

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  60. Sitting with my gran in front of a roaring fire drinking tea and eating homemade cakes.

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  61. has to be birthday cakes! always such a big fuss about them and the blowing out of the candles too xxx

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  62. My grandad's house when I was a little girl he had a huge Kenwood Mixer and would make us lots of treats , and making cakes with my mum with the favourite part of licking the bowl after :)

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  63. Eating more cherries than we put on the cakes :)

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  64. Baking cakes with my gran and decorating birthday cakes for family together

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  65. My 5th birthday, my grandmother made me a Dougal cake from the Magic Roundabout :)

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  66. Tasting my mothers own recipe Fatty Cake, aptly named given the content of sugar and butter - oh joy. When I make it now, it's too sickly but my children love it!

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  67. My first Cream Tea we had on the QE11 as we sailed to New York in the 1980s.

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  68. My nan making cakes and letting me lick the spoon clean!

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  69. I always used to bake cakes with my grandma when I was a little girl. It's my favourite memory of her and it's my inspiration when I get baking now.

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  70. Learning to make party with my mum for delicious pies. I know love baking with my daughter too who enjoys making cupcakes.

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  71. Baking with my mum and licking the spoon!

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  72. Me and my little Brother flicking through my Mums Birthday cake book to choose which cake we wanted for that year :-) x

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Angela x

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