Well, not me personally, but my 2 year old niece is, so for her birthday I made her a Honey Pot Winnie the Pooh cake. She LOVED it! Phew, because 2 year old children are quite hard to please, and they have learned the word "No!"
Yes! The cake was a surprise Rainbow Cake!!
(oh, and it was the Twins 33rd Birthday, so they also enjoyed sharing the Winnie-the-Pooh cake with Beth!)
Interestingly I didn't realise that doughnuts are a Hanukkah treat; when it is custom to eat fried foods baked in olive oil to commemorate the miracle of the flask of oil found in the temple in Jerusalem, that kept burning for eight days.
Well, I was so excited, and seeing as it was also National Baking Week last week, I thought it was about time I did something fantastic in my little kitchen, and here are the results!
Perfect Christmas Hamper Idea - if made fresh maybe
Great dinner party offering - definitely!
I used a little cinnamon in my sugar coating, and then filled the little round doughnuts with some slow-cooker homemade apple butter. Amazing!
Best eaten fresh according to Annie, so ... see you later ;-)