image showing bunting biscuits recipeTo enter the Jubilee Baking Competition – Jubilee inspired bakes should be delivered to the Village Hall by 3pm.

So we can all enjoy our cake and eat it, judging will take place 3:10-4pm, with winners announced from the stage at 4:10pm.

There are Four categories: pre-school, primary, secondary and everyone else, so four separate table areas to pop your bakes onto 😊

Thinking of keeping our bakes fresh, (and of course avoiding Covid and other allergies, etc) we want to ensure that everyone can feel happy about taking them back and eating them – so we have set up the following procedures:

  • Individual Bakes:
    • 🍪🧁Where possible please bake small individual items, such as cup-cakes, tray-bake, jubilee biscuits, etc., rather than one big cake.
    • One cup-cake, biscuit, etc., will be for the judge and the rest for your friends and family to enjoy.
  • Larger Bakes:
    • 🍰🎂If it is a big cake – the baker must oversee the cutting of just one slice for the judge to taste. You should bring and use your own knife to avoid any cross contamination if it is an issue.
  • All bakes should be in a cake box, on a plate in a large plastic food bag, or placed under a cake dome if you have one, so that your bake can be seen intact and stay as fresh as possible.  This would be no different to having the cake sitting beside you in a picnic box as we will only have them for an hour, rather than an entire day as per a more traditional competition.

If you are looking for inspiration for Bunting Biscuits, download this attached recipe sheet (as a PDF) for Bunting Biscuits and visit https://www.edenprojectcommunities.com/jubilee-cookbook and https://www.edenprojectcommunities.com/stuff-to-do/make-craft-and-decorate-for-your-big-lunch.

 

The Queen’s Jubilee Baking Competiton. 3pm Sunday June 5th in the Village Hall