Next Sunday, 17th May, is in fact World Baking Day, and if you haven’t heard about World Baking Day, I’m here to fill you in on the details. World Baking Day is a lovely campaign for bakers worldwide to whip up a culinary storm in the kitchen to show just how much you care for someone by baking for them. What better way to show that you care than by offerings of cake?
So who will you be baking for?
Little Legs loves baking, it’s one of her favourite ways to spend our mother and daughter time together but we don’t get to do it as often as she would like and when we do, admittedly, a lot of those bake from box sets are involved. She is the reason that I bake, she gets as much joy out of eating cakes and deserts as she does making them. I have fond memories of baking with my own mum and nana, making mince pies for the entire family at Christmas time, it would be an all day job, sometimes going well into the night. I would love for my daughter to have those memories too.
This year for World Baking Day, I shall be baking for my daughter, Little Legs. I know just the thing to show her just how much I care, something that will certainly put a smile on her little face and make her feel warm and fuzzy inside. I don’t think anything could say that more than a rainbow cake.
Over the years I have become a much more confident cook,and I am happy to try out new recipes, you can find lots of tasty recipes over on the Stork website if you are in need some inspiration.
Will you be joining in with World Baking Day? What will you be baking? And most importantly, Who will you be baking for?