Friday, 1 January 2016

AlphaBakes January 2016


Happy New Year everyone! I hope you all had a nice festive break and are looking forward to seeing what 2016 brings. Thank you for all your festive entries to December's AlphaBakes "N" hosted by Caroline. You can read the fabulous round up here. We only have a handful of letters left so it's getting easier to predict which letter is next. The random letter generator has come up with ... G for January.

We look forward to seeing all your Gorgeous "G" entries for January. Remember it can be sweet or savoury, baked or unbaked. Entry is via the linky tool below and if for some reason it's not working then please email alphabakes@gmail.com by 25th January 2016.

Quick reminder of the rules....

1. Post your RECIPE on your blog and link it to The More than Occasional Baker and Caroline Makes, stating the relevant month's host. If you do not have a blog, email us a picture and a brief description of your entry which we will include in the round-up at the end of the month.

2. You can use your own RECIPE or someone else's RECIPE. The recipe can be sweet, savoury or a mixture! Anything goes as long as the random letter is predominantly featured in the recipe as one of the main ingredients or flavours or in the name of the bake itself (i .e . not as a garnish , or using 'flour' for the letter F!) You can also republish old posts/RECIPES but you must include the information for this challenge as stated in these rules.

3. Add the logo to your post and add 'alphabakes' as a label to your post.

4. Entry is via the linky tool below. Alternatively, you can email your entries to alphabakes@gmail.com by midnight (GMT) 25th of each month. Please include:

  • Your name (that you want included in the round up or we will use the name of your blog) 
  • Your blog post URL 
  • RECIPE title 
  • Photo of RECIPE (to be included in the round up) 
5. You can submit as many entries as you like.

6. You do not have to participate every month to join in.

7. You may submit your entry to other challenges as long as it complies with their rules.

8. If you use twitter, please use the tag #alphabakes and mention @bakingaddict and @Caroline_Makes. We will retweet all those that we see.

9. Have fun! :)


6 comments:

  1. G? I was having a bit of a crisis until I read ginger here - why on earth didn't I think of that? Happy New Year and Happy Baking :)

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  2. Oh my gosh! I missed it by one day! :(
    https://lawstudentscookbook.wordpress.com/2016/01/26/gingerbread-bundt-cake/

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    1. No worries, I'll add it to the round up :)

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