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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 Lidl.co.uk, check them out here.

 

Best,

My Lidl Team

47 Comments
Frequent Visitor

It's got too be cornbeef and onion pie enough said 

Occasional Contributor

 for everyday good old wholemeal bread with walnuts or mixed grain. I always use Lidl flour, if i use anything else it never turns out right.! And i'm not just saying that.

But for pure indulgence, coffee and walnut cake with butter icing. not good for my waistline but excellent for my morale

Visitor

I like to make cup cakes as the results are always good with Lidl ingredients and the Grandchildren love the results (although they don't last very long!)

Respected Contributor

My coffee and walnut cake. 

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Visitor

I love chocolate and orange drizzle cake, particularly because it has to be eaten fast due to it going mouldy so quickly!

Regular Visitor

 I make a delicious vegan chocolate cheesecake for my daughter and me as we're both lactose intolerant.  It only costs about Β£3 to make as I get most of my ingredients from Lidl Smiley Very Happy I'll include my recipe and pix Smiley Very Happy 

 

Vegan Choc Cheesecake

Ingredients:


450g Lidl Oaties or Digestives
120g Vitalite or dairy free margarine
250g Dark Chocolate (I used Lidl Fin Carre choclate in the red wrapper. It's about 39p a bar and I used 2 and a half bars. Also a couple of squares for grating on top)
500g pot Alpro vanilla yogurt 
Handful of shelled walnuts (or any nut you fancy) or none if allergic 
Large flan tin or brownie pan

Method

Put biscuits in a freezer bag and smash with a rolling pin or blend to a fine crumb.
Melt margarine on a low heat until liquid.
Mix crushed biscuits and margarine until fully combined.
Press mixture into tin and refrigerate for an hour or two.
Melt chocolate in a bowl over a pan of simmering water.
Slowly add yogurt. A little at a time will bring the temperature down slowly and stop the chocolate seizing or the yogurt splitting.
When fully combined pour mixture into tin on top of biscuit base and smooth out evenly.
Refrigerate for 6 hours or overnight to set.
Smash a couple of the lefto
ver biscuits and the nuts and combine.
Sprinkle over the top and lastly grate 3/4 squares of leftover chocolate to finish.
Serve on its own or with soya cream substitute, Alpro custard or dairy free icecream.

 

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Frequent Visitor

An old fashioned Lardy Cake!

Calories at their best!

Visitor

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I  I made a Lemon Pavola for easter..it was delicious!

New Contributor

About this time every year I make a very easy boil in the pan Christmas Loaf using plenty of Lidl's gorgeous dried friut & glace cherries. As the recipe suggests you melt most of the ingredients in a pan & simmer for a couple of minutes, once its allowed to cool you can then add the rest of the ingredients and put  the mixture into a loaf tin to bake for about 1hr. How simple is that? I then drizzle a generous amount of brandy over it every couple of weeks until its Christmas. I never spoil it by covering it in almond paste & icing its fabulous just as it is accompanied by a nice wedge of crumbly Lancashire cheese 

Senior Visitior

Brownies.jpgYummy Chocolate Brownies. This is a favourite recipe in our house.Carrot Cake.jpgCarrot cake and chocolate cupcake. Both my daughters enjoy baking.

Regular Visitor

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Regular Visitor

It has to be apple pie just like a mamma used to bake with a sprinkling of sugar on top

Respected Contributor

Making us hungry now! 

Plum and ginger crumble was enjoyed today πŸ˜‹

muffins are a quick and easy treat as is a home made tea loaf served toasted with butter.

my all time fave is lemon meringue.

the kids like chocolate cake although I am not a fan. Brownies are nice and now I come to think of it I can’t resist home made flapjacks.

Occasional Contributor

My current favourite is a loaf cake with lime zest, coconut and cardamon pods.  This is topped with sugar and fresh lime juice.  Really, really nice!

Trusted Contributor

Some lovely cakes and recipes so far... I have shared lots of favourite bakes on here but the two I like most are my sourdough bread and the Pastel de Nata custard tarts.PICT2339.JPGPICT2185.JPG

 

 

Established Visitor

My normal breakfast is wholemeal bread with mashed avacado, on top sunflower, pumkin and black seasame seeds sandwich with tumeric tea.

kc1
Contributor

Cant beat a good moist lemon drizzle loaf.... I just hate all the zesting.. but the results make it worth while x

Visitor

I love to make an apple cake.  It's my late mother's recipe and is simple but oh so delicious.

Senior Visitior

Chewy honey and cinnamon biscuits

 

They may not look that special but they taste amazing and are really simple to make!

 

120g butter

120g sugar

1 tbsp honey

1 egg yolk

1 tsp cinnamon

180g self-raising flour

 

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Senior Visitior

image.jpegA family favourite ginger cupcakes with lemon curd buttercream.

Occasional Contributor

I love to make good old fashioned flapjack for my three sons but it has to be made with generous amounts of golden syrup so they are nice and chewy. They don't last long though!

Regular Visitor

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These Strawberry Muffins are gorgeous!!

JoB
Occasional Contributor

 I love making lemon and blueberry loaf.Lemon and blueberry loaf.JPG

Respected Contributor

Today is my Hubby's birthday and he is not the type who enjoys a birthday cake so I usually make his favourite dessert and something else for him to nibble later.So this afternoon I made Hubby a steamed Golden Syrup sponge for dessert after our evening meal.

 

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For his evening nibbles I made some rock bun/macaroon combi cakes he loves. Some time ago I was going to make Rock Cakes but Hubby said he finds them too dry even though I'd never made them, so I started making fruit Macaroons for him. Then one day I couldn't find my Macaroon tray that I used so I ended up making a mixture that was more moist than Rock Cakes but not quite the same as Macaroons. I just put piles on a flat baking tray and the whole family, particularly Hubby loved them. 

I made 18 this afternoon but only 10 remained by 8pm and Hubby was moaning about 'how he feels fit to burst' ! Good job its his birthday Smiley Happy

 

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Occasional Visitor

Easy Peasy Mince Pies that I take with me to the annual Carol Service on our Private Estate

New Member
Chocolate rice crispy cakes are delicious and so easy to make too.
New Member

my favourite bake is chicken and mushroom pie 

Occasional Visitor

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New Member

Pies,pies and more pies!

Regular Visitor

Recently we went gluten free which was so challenging at the beggining.Family members and friends think that we are starving and miss all those yummy cakes, cupcakes and biscuits.Well...we don't. Little bit of practice and even my older son always double checks :"Mummy are you sure it is gluten free?!? So delicious!IMG_20170526_214513.jpg

 

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New Member

Not really baking but I have just made rice crispy cakes with my children using coco pops and melted easter eggs with chocolate eggs on top.

New Member

My favourite bakes are the glutenfree/dairyfree/eggfree choclate cake, cupcakes, etc. that I make so that all the family can share them and no-one feels left out.  It was quite a challenge when I first had to adapt recipes as there was little help in recipe books at the time and we didn't have the internet.

Regular Visitor

Me and the boys like to make biscuits, sometimes we dip them in melted chocolate πŸ˜€20180415-0005.jpegBiscuits!

 

New Member

IMG_20160822_134405.jpgMy Victoria Sponge, A Lidl bit of heaven

Occasional Visitor

Screenshot_20180416-193707.jpgMy lovely bundt cake!

I really enjoyed making and eating this!! 

New Member

 

football birthday cake.jpgMy daughter made this lovely football cake for my nephew Ashley's birthday xx

New Member

IMG_1453.JPGI usually bake with the kids, quite often cupcakes as they are so easy to make and fun to eat.

New Member

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The chocolate aero mint cheesecake which I made recently. The base was made using crushed digestive biscuits, brown sugar and cocoa powder, the cheese part was made using mascarpone cheese, sugar, double cream, milk, peppermint extract and green food colouring, whereas for the topping I used double cream, icing sugar, peppermint extract and green food colouring along with a mint aero chocolate bar and mint aero bubbles.
This cheesecake was very rich and delicious. If you love minty chocolate, then I promise you will love this. Smiley Happy

New Member

I am not a very good baker. This is one of my best effoCake 2015.jpgrts

Occasional Visitor

FB_IMG_1520756861377.jpgTraditional cornish pasties

 

20180325_181406.jpgChicken ham and leek piie

 Love making pies and pasties.   

Occasional Visitor

 

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I love to make cupcakes here are my cute buttercream hearts and flowers

cupcakes.

New Member

Victoria Sponge is my favourite thing to bake.

Frequent Visitor

1015D8A5-56EA-46CD-8537-6F14E5A84694.jpegYummy brownies

 

New Member

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 I love making my homemade gooey cookies

Contributor

I love baking & home cooking and I have many favourite bakes, too many to list! 

 

Here's a recent one I made.  I was delighted to discover the joy of baking a biscuit base for added crisp to this amazing calorie filled desert.  It's super easy to make & very rich.  My in laws were impressed with it but it didn't help their diet Smiley Very Happy

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New Member

Love making banana bread with Nutella Smiley Happy

New Member

love making reeses cups between double stuffed oreos and coated in dark chocolate!

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