Turning baking into a cute comic - lemon drizzle cake

Discussion in 'Baking with Children' started by judo_bron, Apr 7, 2015.

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    judo_bron, Apr 7, 2015
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    Trellum Well-Known Member

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    Very nice idea :) I liked the idea of using the teddys you guys had at home and use them in your comic. Just a suggestion though... i think it'd really help if the images were a bit bigger, it's kinda hard to read the text.
     
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    kammy Well-Known Member

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    Very creative idea indeed although i don't think this idea would appeal to my daughter as she is now in her teenage years however i bet my little nephew would be very much enthused with this idea.
     
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    That's a really cute comic. The recipe looks delicious too! I have a question about the castor sugar, though. I've seen recipes that call for it if the sugar is going to be on the outside (for texture or appearance), but what difference does it make compared to regular sugar in this recipe? Does it dissolve into the butter better? If I use normal sugar, will my texture be off?
     
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