Treat Petite November 2015 – Round Up

This month’s Treat Petite was all about Autumn and baking anything you felt fitted in with this time of year. That meant lots of caramel and apple flavoured bakes, which set me drooling! Enjoy browsing through the bakes below and don’t forget to visit the blogs if you like the look of them…

Toffee Apple Muffins from The More Than Occassional Baker, I think these flavours perfectly sum up Autumn!

Parkin Cupcakes with Toffee Buttercream & Popping Candy from me! I wanted to jazz parkin up a bit this year and the popping candy is to represent fireworks.

Ginger Bonfire Cupcakes from The More Than Occassional Baker, such a fun bonfire bake, perfect for Guy Fawkes Night.

Delicious Alchemy Dairy & Gluten Free Oaty Cookies from Caroline Makes… these came in a simple to make pack and are both dairy and gluten free.

Salted Caramel Apple Cupcakes from Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary, these look absolutely gorgeous!

Apple & Sultana Strudel Biscuits from Belleau Kitchen, I would want to dive into these when they were warm straight out of the oven.

Strawberry Marshmallow Fluff Cookies from Tin & Thyme. I’ve had fluff before but never thought of using it in cookies.

Prehistoric Cinnamon & Vanilla Cookies from Family Friends Food. Cinnamon is such an ideal flavour for Autumn.

Sweet Potato Cupcakes with Toasted Marshmallows from my co-host Cakeyboi. They were actually made in a multi cooker and I love the toasted marshmallow topping.

Double Chocolate Banana Muffins (Gluten Free) from The Gluten Free Alchemist. These look stunning!

Salted Caramel Apple Hand Pies from The More Than Occassional Baker. They look so crispy and I can just dream of biting into one of these and enjoying the yummy filling!

Check out Cakeyboi for next month’s challenge!

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