Our latest Clandestine Cake Club was on 1 November 2015 so a scary cake club was the perfect way to celebrate.
I love the moment at the beginning of cake club when the cakes start to arrive…
I originally decided on The Day Of The Dead theme back in the summer when I found these amazing napkins.
I even made myself a skirt using this material to match the theme!
A huge thank you to Mill Kitchen in Farsley for letting us hold this creepy event with them.
The cakes who attended on the day were:
Spiced Pumpkin Bundt – Castle Pink Skull – Sharon
Chocolate Cake – Pumpkin – Denis
Creepy Chocolate Coca Cola Cake – Jessica
Skeleton ‘Ed’ Ginger Bundt Cake – Sam
Sweet & Chocolate Cake – A Human Head – Chris
Chocolate Courgette Cake – All Seeing Cake – Jennie
Cranberry & Pumpkin Cake – Spooky Eye – Julie
Triple Chocolate Cake – Cake Of Death – Linda
Cinnamon Cake – Spider Cake – Jess
3D Spider Cake – Mike
Thank you to everyone who attended and for making such amazing cakes. Our members seem to love baking cakes at this time of year and once again brought some very creepy cakes with you.
Mill Kitchen is a lovely cafe in Farsley, they also hold supper clubs and can be hired for private parties. A light and bright space in this refurbished old mill.
1 The Old Combing, Sunnybank Mills, Paradise Street, Farsley
Leeds, LS28 5UJ
Monday – Thursday 8.30-4, Friday 8.30-9, Saturday 9-9 and Sunday 10-3
CLANDESTINE CAKE CLUB
Bake Cake – Eat Cake – Talk Cake
… and take cake home!
Clandestine Cake Club is a great way to meet friends old and new as well as get to taste scrummy cakes!
This is the recipe for my Spiced Pumpkin bundt cake which I used in my Sandcastle Bundt tin for this event.