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Share your favourite bakes for your chance to win a Β£25 Lidl Voucher.

Community Manager

Hi Lidlers,


From the gorgeously gooey to the crisp and crumbly - all the time, there’s more and more home-bakes being made all over the country.


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Have you been baking? Comment with a picture below, or just tell us about your favourite bakes and you’ll be entered into a prize draw to win a Β£25 Lidl Voucher.


The competition closes on the 30th of April at 11.59pm. You can find the full terms and conditions here.


If you’re in the mood to bake, we’ve got lots of brilliant bakes to try on, check them out here.



My Lidl Team

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Easter Cake 2018 IMG_1281.JPGEaster Cake 2018

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I make a mean carrot cake paked full of raisins, walnuts and of course carrots, topped with a cream cheese frosting

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My favourite bake is anything that i bake with my grandaughter. she loves cooking and everytime she comes to visit we have to bake something. the last thing we did together was cupcakes and they were very nice she really has a talent for it and is getting so good that she doesnt need much help from me anymore!

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Lemon meringue pie

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Mine is a simple one but when dieting and you need a cake fix it works for me πŸ˜„

- Bananas

- Porridge oats

- Sweatner 

Mash the bananas in a bowl, add a bit of sweatner and some porridge oats, mix around and dollop into silicone cake cases, they work much better than the paper ones. 

Place in the oven at about 150 until you think they are done. 

I make it by eye so couldn't tell you the exact measurement of ingredients.

You can add other ingredients if you wish like apple, blackberries or blueberries they all turn out nice.... and good for you πŸ˜‹

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I love to make home baked cakes, especially coffee or chocolate flavours.  They are not fancy looking but always taste good!

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I do my own tuna pasta bakePasta bake.jpg

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0F98B9DF-E199-4C46-925A-3443E0F5305F.jpegCaramel cupcakes

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Oh my, scrolling past all these photos of baking is making me really hungry - I did some baking the other day for a charity cake stall my husband was running, but unfortunately never took any photos of them, I made chocolate coated flapjacks and some decadent nutty chocolate fudge cake.  My favourite thing which I baked had to be these mince pies which I made in December - I swear they are the best mince pies I have ever tasted! I will be making more and not even waiting until near December!! Dec 2017.jpgMince pies rule!

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My twin brother can't have dairy so I baked this dairy free chocolate Oreo cake for our birthday. I was so happy with it and he was able to enjoy some cake on his birthday!Oreo Cake.jpg

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My chocolate Fudge cake.



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6 floz Corn Oil

3 oz Full Fat Soft Cream Cheese

6 oz Caster Sugar


3 Eggs

2 oz Butter

1 tsp Vanilla Flavouring

Β½ tsp Vanilla Flavouring

4 oz Walnut Pieces or Sultanas

4 oz Icing Sugar

8 oz Carrots

Decorate with Walnut Halves, Choc drops,

6 oz Plain Flour

Buttons etc

1 tsp Bicarb Of Soda


1 tsp Baking Powder

For a thicker topping double the

1 tsp Cinnamon


1 tsp Salt



  1. Prepare oven (180c – 350f – Gas 4 or 150c for fan assisted). Grease an 8 ½” round cake tin or Pyrex dish, line with greaseproof paper, grease paper.
  2. Place corn oil, sugar, eggs and vanilla flavouring into a bowl and beat well.
  3. Roughly chop walnut pieces (or sultanas), wash and peel carrots and grate coarsely. Add to corn oil mix with flour, bicarb or soda, baking powder, cinnamon & salt and mix well.
  4. Pour mixture into prepared tin. Bake in centre of oven for 1hr 15mins to 1hr 20mins. Test by pressing with fingers. Cake should spring back and begin to shrink from sides of tin. Leave to cool for 5 mins in tin, turn out and cool on wire rack.


If necessary cover cake with foil if top looks cooked but centre of cake doesn’t to avoid burning.


  1. Place cream cheese, butter and vanilla flavouring into a bowl, sift in icing sugar and beat till smooth. Spread over top and side. Chop 3 Walnut halves and place in centre of cake and arrange remaining halves around the top.
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 IMG-4265.JPGPineapple upside down cake is a big favourite and all made with Lidl ingredients. 

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IMG_1776.JPGChocolate walnut cake

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I love baking, especially traditional bakes like my Grandmother used to make. Cherry and Walnut cake, so good with a cuppa, and the fun of homemade crumpets., but my most favourite of all, Manchester Tart, made extra special with sliced bananas and topped with crushed chocolate Flake.
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Me nad my niece (and goddaughter) have been busy making vegan cornflake cakes (she has allergies to milk and eggs), so it's difficult finding treats for her that she can eat. We had great fun!  Screen Shot 2018-04-30 at 12.21.55.png


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I love a victoria sandwhich sponge cakeIMG-20170427-133454-327.JPG

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my dark chocolate and stem ginger tray bake. It may not look the best but the smell is delicious

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I like to make loads of welsh cakes on wet days in.

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A7597D4F-8824-4048-BD0A-243B0B03C537.jpegMy family’s favourite Fruit &cream cake .All the ingredients bought from Lidl


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Cake.jpgBit untidy but very tasty

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cupcakes.jpgWe love to bake and eat cupcakes!

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We love baking cakes and decorating them with all sorts of nice things Smiley Happy

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My favourite bakes are Victoria Sponge, Banana Bread & Cup Cakes


27892353_210130809567668_8996280520161624064_n.jpgI made a nutella Galaxy cake 

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I buy cake mix and bake 

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I love cakes and pies but Bakewell tart is definitely my favourite

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 Just love banana and walnut bread

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I love to bake cakes, and the one I make the most often is the most 'boring' I suppose - a good old Victoria Sponge! I make mine with mascarpone buttercream though (or 'cream cheese frosting').

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I adore Banana Bread.  The perfect sweet accompaniment with a cup of Earl Grey, oh so tasty with a portion of your 5 a day; the perfect cheat treat!

Community Manager

On behalf of the My Lidl Team, we’d like to extend our warmest thanks to everyone who has entered the My Lidl Baking competition. 


We are pleased to announce the winner of the Β£25 voucher is @Alice162 !




We hope that everyone has enjoyed posting their comments, it has been great to see so many yummy bakes from so many of you! 


Keep an eye out for more competitions to come! 


Similarly, if you are interested in receiving samples in exchange for a review, please see our Product Sample page here where we post new samples to test each Tuesday, so please register your interest by commenting on the post you are interested in by the Thursday of that week. 


Best wishes, 


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@Lidl @Jade @CathG   @Cathy1227


Im hungry now looking at all these lovely cakes!!! 


Feel free to bake me one haha!


Good luck to the winner