Think Book Clubs, But Better
Baking Clubs are based on the idea of book clubs but have the extra advantage of combining your shared skills with the tasting of each other’s food – far more satisfying!
Do it with friends – or at work
Why not get a group of friends together one night a week to sample each other’s baking? Alternatively, you could have a club every week at work where you bring in baking to share with colleagues at lunchtime.
Mums get together
You could try running a club with other mums – and your kids will enjoy taking part too!
All Skill Levels
To accommodate all levels of baking skill you could start everyone off with our Beginner’s recipes.
Choose a theme
Picking a subject on which to theme your baking can help inspiration to flow more freely. You could even bake with seasonal ingredients or key events.
A little bit of competition
Throwing in an element of competitiveness may encourage people in your club to put the extra effort in. Why not have a Bake-off and nominate a judge to choose the winner?
Share it online
Set up a discussion thread on the BakingMad.com forum where you can chat about your Baking Club experiences. Use it to share top tips each week or pick up ideas from other clubs.
Afternoon Tea Recipes
Share your love of baking by enjoying a traditional afternoon tea and a catch up with your best friends. Relax in the garden and enjoy these bakes fresh from your own kitchen.
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