Treat Petite May – Round Up

Treat Petite May – Round Up

This month’s Treat Petite is an almost half and half split of savoury and sweet recipes. It’s fantastic to see lots of savoury options especially as we’re having such fantastic picnic weather at the moment! Sweet doesn’t disappoint with gorgeous cupcakes, rich fudge and even a healthy treat too. Thank you so much to everyone who got involved this month! If you like or make one of the recipes featured don’t forget to let the bloggers know. See you in a couple of days for June’s link up hosted by me again!

Coffee & Walnut Fudge by Only Crumbs Remain – it has much more flavour than shop bought versions and will delight your friends and family!

A Trio of Mini Picnic Pies by The Gluten Free Alchemist – the fillings are chicken-pesto, butternut squash, pine nut & stilton and sausage, and they’re perfect for picnics.

Chilli Chocolate Chip Friands by Tin & Thyme – a fantastic way to use up leftover egg whites.

Sweet Potato Rosemary Scones by Allotment 2 Kitchen – filled with fragrant rosemary, these were made to accompany a hearty stew.

Baileys Cupcakes by Charlotte’s Lively Kitchen – I am totally obsessed with Baileys so these cupcake get my vote!

Dairy-Free Chocolate Cupcakes by Charlotte’s Lively Kitchen – gorgeous cupcakes all made without dairy.

Coconut Sultana Breakfast Loaf by Proper Foodie – an ideal and healthy option for breakfast.

Cheese Straws by Jo’s Kitchen Larder – crunchy, golden, yummy cheesey goodness!

Mini Vegan Key Lime Pies by me – they’re also gluten and refined sugar free, the perfect guilt free treat!

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Treat Petite May 2017

Treat Petite May 2017
Welcome to Treat Petite May 2017!

I’ve got a bit of an announcement to make this month – Cakeyboi is taking a long term break from blogging to focus on his lovely new home and husband, so I’m going to be looking after Treat Petite solo for now. If you would like to guest host this link up for one month please get in touch! I’m working on a new logo for the link up so look out for it (hopefully) next month!

April’s Treat Petite Round Up is now live so check it out for delicious treats and lots of yummy Easter recipes to save for next year!

Enter anything you like, just remember the Treat Petite rules below…

Treat Petite is for all of those delicious bites, which can
be individually portioned. Tray bakes are fine, cookies, cupcakes, brownies,
macarons and so on. No cakes, puddings, whole loaves – you get the idea… here are those all-important rules:

1. Add your petite treat to the Linky Tool at the bottom of the current
month’s post by the 25th of the month, midnight at the latest

2. Post your bake onto your blog and link back to The Baking Explorer

3. Follow The Baking Explorer on Google+ (see sidebar links), if you haven’t already.

4. If you tweet use #TreatPetite and mention @BakingExplorer and @MrCakeyboi (Cakeyboi will still retweet any #TreatPetite tweets he’s mentioned in!)

5. Add the challenge logo to the post and ‘Treat Petite’ as a label to the post

6. Use any recipe as long as the source is noted

7. If you like, add your photo to the ‘Treat Petite’ Pinterest board (The Baking Explorer will add all entries to the board)

8. Only 2 entries per blogger per month

9. Feel free to enter old
posts as long as you update the post and meet all the requirements above!



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Treat Petite April – Round Up

Treat Petite April – Round Up

I’m so sad Easter is over! I’ve really enjoyed seeing all the Easter treats and bakes all over social media. Thankfully there are some yummy looking ones in this month’s round up to keep the Easter fun going just that little bit longer. Thank you to all of the bloggers who linked up this month – if you like or make one of the recipes below please do let them know. Going forward, I’ll be hosting Treat Petite while Cakeyboi takes a break from blogging. If anyone is interested in guest hosting please do let me know!

Dragon Egg Nests from Mint Custard – because dragons lay their eggs in the spring too!

Coconut Macarons from Searching For Spice – a versatile recipe that can be made any time of year, but are perfect and pretty for Easter with mini eggs on top.

Potato Rosti & Quail Egg Easter Nests by Foodie Quine – a savoury treat for Easter which would make a delicious break from all the Easter chocolate.

Rhubarb Streusel Manuka Honey Muffins by Foodie Quine – full of goodness from both the rhubarb and the manuka honey which has been used medicinally for many years.

Raspberry & Lemon Muffins by Proper Foodie – full of zesty lemon flavour these muffins are perfect for spring.

Vegan Easter Biscuits by Tin & Thyme – made with Purple Corn Flower and Yacon Powder. Yacon has prebiotic benefits and has a flavour similar to apple.

Shredded Wheat Chocolate Nests with Mini Eggs by Talking Mums – a fun recipe perfect for baking with kids, and a yummy alternative to cornflakes and rice krispies.

Mini Egg Marshmallows by Country Cottage Bakes – light and fluffy marshmallows with a tasty crunch of mini eggs, sounds heavenly!

Apple, Date & Chia Sees Muffins (Vegan) by Green Gourmet Giraffe – packed with soft and juicy apples and crunchy chia seeds for texture.

Chocolate & Caramel Golden Egg Cupcakes by me – a decadent and indulgent treat for Easter!

Beetroot Chocolate Brownies by Allotment 2 Kitchen – which she kindly made for a work colleague.

Almond, Cherry, Apricot & Marzipan Hot Cros Buns (Gluten Free) by The Gluten Free Alchemist – they look absolutely stunning and have a hidden marzipan centre.

Hot Cross Bunnies by Mummy Mishaps – they are cherry bakewell flavoured and super cute!

Mini Oreo Cheesecakes by United Cakedom – I can’t stop drooling over these!

Chocolate Biscuit Base Mini Egg Brownies by Feasting Is Fun – full of bright colours and Easter treats!

Beetroot Fudge by Allotment 2 Kitchen – the beetroot makes this fudge a vibrant colour and they were kindly made for a loved one.

Gin & Lemon Scones by Charlotte’s Lively Kitchen – each scone has around one shot of gin in them!

Peanut Butter Choc Chip Cookies with a Chilli Kick by Tin & Thyme – a delicious combination and a heartfelt tribute to a food blogger who recently passed.

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Treat Petite April

Treat Petite April
Welcome to Treat Petite April!

I’m so pleased that spring is here and I’m looking forward to seeing lots of Easter and spring themed bakes this month – of course Treat Petite is now themeless so Anything Goes! March’s Treat Petite Round Up is over Cakeyboi so please do check out the amazing recipes from all of the bloggers that took part.

Enter
anything you like, just remember the
Treat
Petite rules below…

Treat Petite is for all of those delicious bites, which can
be individually portioned. Tray bakes are fine, cookies, cupcakes, brownies,
macarons and so on. No cakes, puddings,
whole loaves
– you get the idea… here are those all-important rules:

1. Add your petite treat to the Linky Tool at the bottom of the current
month’s post by the 25th of the month, midnight at the latest

2. Post your bake onto your blog and link back to Cakeyboi and The Baking Explorer, stating who is hosting this month

3. Follow Cakeyboi and The Baking Explorer blogs on Google+ (see sidebar links), if you haven’t already.

4. If you tweet use #TreatPetite and mention @MrCakeyboi and @BakingExplorer – we will retweet

5. Add the challenge logo to the post and ‘Treat Petite’ as a label to the post

6. Use any recipe as long as the source is noted

7. If you like, add your photo to the ‘Treat Petite’ Pinterest board (request access from Cakeyboi)

8. Only 2 entries per blogger per month

9. Feel free to enter old
posts as long as you update the post and meet all the requirements above!

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Treat Petite February – Round Up

Treat Petite February – Round Up

So many of this month’s recipes relate to memories, love and Valentine’s Day, it was lovely to see them all come in over the month and also to have some new bloggers join the link up. Big thanks as always to all of the bloggers who have linked up this month, and if you try a recipe below please let them know! Head over to my Treat Petite co-host Cakeyboi‘s blog soon to join in with March’s link up.

Cape Breton Fruit Scones by Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary, which brought back memories from her childhood.

Frozen Yoghurt Hearts by Searching For Spice, an easy to make treat with only two ingredients.

‘Loveheart’ Styled Shortbread Biscuits by Only Crumbs Remain, which were a reminder of a very special moment – when she proposed to her husband!

White Chocolate & Raspberry Creme Brulee by The Gluten Free Alchemist, as creme brulee was a dessert at her wedding.

Vegan Beetroot Creme Brulee with Pomegranate Seeds by Allotment 2 Kitchen, a dessert she is very proud of creating and rightly so!

Valentines Chocolate, Espresso & Lime Tart by Baked To Imperfection, a perfect recipe for Valentine’s or a romantic meal any time of the year.

Hazelnut & White Chocolate Brownies by Proper Foodie, as chocolate is the food of love.

Vegan Chocolate & Peanut Butter Caramel Brownies by me, which are super moist and fudgey and the perfect recipe to try out vegan baking.

Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie For Two (Or One!) by Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary, which you could share with your loved one, or have all to yourself!

Macadamia Coconut Chocolate Mini Muffins by Fix Me A Little Lunch, which remind her of sunny weather when it’s cold outside.

Double Chocolate Chip Cupcakes by Baked To Imperfection, with melted chocolate added to the buttercream these sound like chocolate heaven!

White Chocolate & Raspberry Shortbread Hearts by Something Sweet Something Savoury, freeze dried raspberries are full of flavour and sound perfect against the sweet white chocolate.

Crispy Nutella Mini Meringue Pies by Cakeyboi, a simple recipe that explodes with tastes and textures – I really want one!

A Jar Full of Colourful Meringues by The Gluten Free Alchemist, which could be used to decorate cakes or tarts, or just eaten on their own!

Vanilla Cupcakes with Raspberry Buttercream by Baking Queen 74, the bright pink buttercream is made entirely with raspberries – no food colouring in sight!

Chocolate Blackberry Cupcakes by Green Gourmet Giraffe, which look super cute and perfect for Valentine’s with the heart decorations.

Crunchy Peanut Butter Cookies with Zesty Orange & Oats by Tin & Thyme, a quick and simple recipe to satisfy your biscuit cravings.

Cherry & Orange Scones by From Plate To Pen, perfect with jam, clotted cream and a cup of tea.

Self Saucing Malteser Mug Cake by Tales From The Kitchen Shed, which she says is the best individual self saucing pudding recipe ever – try it yourself and find out!

Almond & Apricot Amaretti by Leeks & Limoni, a fantastic recipe for using up leftover egg whites.

Easy Chocolate Cupcakes by Charlotte’s Lively Kitchen, an easy to make recipe with a tasty rich buttercream.

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Treat Petite February

Treat Petite February
Welcome to Treat Petite February!

If you haven’t already, don’t forget to check out January’s Treat Petite Round Up hosted by Cakeyboi. There were some indulgent goodies, and some healthy options too!

As Treat Petite is now themeless, this month once again Anything Goes! So you can enter
anything you like, just remember the
Treat
Petite rules below…

Treat Petite is for all of those delicious bites, which can
be individually portioned. Tray bakes are fine, cookies, cupcakes, brownies,
macarons and so on. No cakes, puddings,
whole loaves
– you get the idea… here are those all-important rules:

1. Add your petite treat to the Linky Tool at the bottom of the current
month’s post by the 25th of the month, midnight at the latest

2. Post your bake onto your blog and link back to Cakeyboi and The Baking Explorer, stating who is hosting this month

3. Follow Cakeyboi and The Baking Explorer blogs on Google+ (see sidebar links), if you haven’t already.

4. If you tweet use #TreatPetite and mention @MrCakeyboi and @BakingExplorer – we will retweet

5. Add the challenge logo to the post and ‘Treat Petite’ as a label to the post

6. Use any recipe as long as the source is noted

7. If you like, add your photo to the ‘Treat Petite’ Pinterest board (request access from Cakeyboi)

8. Only 2 entries per blogger per month

9. Feel free to enter old
posts as long as you update the post and meet all the requirements above!

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Treat Petite December – Round Up

Treat Petite December – Round Up

Welcome to December’s round up of Treat Petite! Christmas may be over for another year, but there are some seriously tasty ideas below that you can bookmark for next year, or even make with leftovers! Thank you to everyone who took part this month, check out Cakeyboi for January’s link up coming soon.

I started things off this month with my Syllabub Star Cups, which make a perfect sweet canape for any party.

Next up were these Mincemeat Streusel Slices from Tales From The Kitchen Shed, an easy to make alternative to mince pies.

Fix Me A Little Lunch linked up these Vegan Chocolate & Cherry Cupcakes to celebrate one year of blogging.

My Treat Petite co-host Cakeyboi made these fabulously festive Gingerbread Brownies which have ginger biscuits mixed into the batter.

Tin & Thyme linked up her Chocolate Pistachio Biscotti with Orange & Cardamom (Gluten Free), made with a gluten free flour mix they are a great edible gift.

These adorable Snowman Brownie Pops were linked up by Tales From The Kitchen Shed, they are so cute and perfect for Christmas gifts!

Only Crumbs Remain made Chocolate Brownies with Mincemeat, a delicious way to use up any leftover mincemeat.

Only Crumbs Remain also linked up Homemade Raspberry & White Chocolate Fudge, which is a gorgeous edible treat to give on Christmas, or any time of year.

This tasty looking stack of Festive Gluten Free & Vegetarian Rocky Road was linked up by Belleau Kitchen, and they were made with some gelatine free marshmallows and gluten free ameretti biscuits.

Green Gourmet Giraffe linked up these Seed Crackers which are a welcome healthy treat this time of year.

These Smoked Salmon, Crowdie & Tattie Scone ‘Scottish Blinis’ were sent over by Foodie Quine and don’t they just look delightful? Crowdie is cream cheese and these would be an easy canape to make for a party.

Allotment 2 Kitchen linked up Vegan Welsh Savoury Pancakes, known as Crempog Las, which are coloured green by the addition of spinach.

And finally we have Gingerbread Cupcakes from Caroline Makes…, a very festive flavour and they are decorated with cupcake toppers.

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Treat Petite December

Treat Petite December
Welcome to Treat Petite December!

If you haven’t already, don’t forget to check out November’s Treat Petite Round Up hosted by Cakeyboi. It was full of tasty goodies like flapjacks, cupcakes and fudge.

As Treat Petite is now themeless, this month once again Anything Goes! So you can enter
anything you like, just remember the
Treat
Petite rules below…

Treat Petite is for all of those delicious bites, which can
be individually portioned. Tray bakes are fine, cookies, cupcakes, brownies,
macarons and so on. No cakes, puddings,
whole loaves
– you get the idea… here are those all-important rules:

1. Add your petite treat to the Linky Tool at the bottom of the current
month’s post by the 25th of the month, midnight at the latest

2. Post your bake onto your blog and link back to Cakeyboi and The Baking Explorer, stating who is hosting this month

3. Follow Cakeyboi and The Baking Explorer blogs on Google+ (see sidebar links), if you haven’t already.

4. If you tweet use #TreatPetite and mention @MrCakeyboi and @BakingExplorer – we will retweet

5. Add the challenge logo to the post and ‘Treat Petite’ as a label to the post

6. Use any recipe as long as the source is noted

7. If you like, add your photo to the ‘Treat Petite’ Pinterest board (request access from Cakeyboi)

8. Only 2 entries per blogger per month

9. Feel free to enter old
posts as long as you update the post and meet all the requirements above!

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Treat Petite October – Round Up

Treat Petite October – Round Up

Welcome to October’s round up of Treat Petite! There are some amazing Autumnal recipes below, please comment on and share your favourites! Thank you to everyone who took part this month, check out Cakeyboi for November’s link up coming soon.

Blueberry Compote Cupcakes by Caroline Makes, and the compote is homemade.

Packed Lunch Pizza Swirls by Feeding Boys, a great alternative to the traditional sandwich.

Dark Chocolate, Stem Ginger & Peanut Butter Tiffin by De Tour Coeur Limousin, who says they are a rich, crunchy and spicy treat.

Homemade Caramel Apple Ice Cream by Farmersgirl Kitchen, which is served in cookie cups.

Triple Chocolate Buns by Tin & Thyme, which she made for National Chocolate Week.

Pumpkin & Apple Muffins by Searching For Spice, she made her own pumpkin puree to add to the muffins.

Maple Pecan Squares made by me, which I made with some maple syrup and maple sugar my dad brought back from Canada.

Mini Pumpkin Spice Muffins with Maple Syrup Drizzle by Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary, made without paper cases in a super non stick Jamie Oliver muffin tin.

Chocolate Tahini Maca Bliss Balls by Green Gourmet Giraffe, a healthy Halloween treat!

Pistachio, Orange & Raspberry Fondant Fancies (Gluten Free) by The Gluten Free Alchemist, baking along to The Great British Bake Off.

Peanut Butter Ghosts by Foodie Quine, which are no bake and perfect for Halloween!

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Treat Petite October

Treat Petite October
Welcome to Treat Petite October!

If you haven’t already, don’t forget to check out September’s Round Up which was also hosted by me. It was packed with delicious delights including lots of Great British Bake Off bake alongs!

As Treat Petite is now themeless, this month once again Anything Goes! So you can enter
anything you like, just remember the
Treat
Petite rules below…

Treat Petite is for all of those delicious bites, which can
be individually portioned. Tray bakes are fine, cookies, cupcakes, brownies,
macarons and so on. No cakes, puddings,
whole loaves
– you get the idea… here are those all-important rules:

1. Add your petite treat to the Linky Tool at the bottom of the current
month’s post by the 25th of the month, midnight at the latest

2. Post your bake onto your blog and link back to Cakeyboi and The Baking Explorer, stating who is hosting this month

3. Follow Cakeyboi and The Baking Explorer blogs on Google+ (see sidebar links), if you haven’t already.

4. If you tweet use #TreatPetite and mention @MrCakeyboi and @BakingExplorer – we will retweet

5. Add the challenge logo to the post and ‘Treat Petite’ as a label to the post

6. Use any recipe as long as the source is noted

7. If you like, add your photo to the ‘Treat Petite’ Pinterest board (request access from Cakeyboi)

8. Only 2 entries per blogger per month

9. Feel free to enter old
posts as long as you update the post and meet all the requirements above!

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