Bake something fun, share it with the world, and you could win a fancy new gold loaf pan
Thank you to all of you who participated in last month’s Bake Club Challenge and sent in photos of delicious looking Black Forest Cakes and Red Velvet Cakes and Cupcakes! Many of you outdid yourself last month, turning out cakes that would look right at home in any gourmet bakery.
Also, I’ve been so happy to see so many of you baking with your children! I have many memories of baking with my kiddos when they were younger. It’s fantastic to see photos of many of your children baking recipes I’ve also baked with mine.
The winner of last month’s challenge has been chosen and will be announced once they have been notified, with their permission, on the February Bake Club page.
Ready for the next challenge????
the March 2020 bake club challenge recipe:
I can’t remember the last time I let March go by without making this cake. We’ve never been the kind of people who go all out for St. Patrick’s Day. We’re more the kind of people who like to find somewhere interesting to sit and watch all the people who love to get dressed up and party hard in the name of all things Irish and green.
However, there is one thing that everyone in my house can count on every March 17th, and that’s the food! A feast of Corned Beef and Cabbage and Irish Apple Cake is seriously one of my favorite meals of all time. It’s a given every March, but I usually also make it sometime in the Fall, when the weather is getting all crisp and cool and apples are at their peak.
Irish Apple Cake is one of my favorite cakes because it’s not overly sweet, and somehow manages to be both light and substantial at the same time. It’s hearty without feeling heavy. The custard sauce is optional, but I beg you to try it. It’s incredibly simple to make and the texture of this cake is just perfect for soaking it up, bite after delicious bite.
The March Bake Club Prize!
I just ordered one of these gorgeous loaf pans for me and can’t wait to share a new recipe or two with you designed to take full advantage of the beautiful design.
Already own this loaf pan? If you’re selected as the winner, just let me know and I’ll send you a couple of other prize options.
Want a bonus entry? Leave a comment and a rating for Irish Apple Cake and you’ll receive a bonus entry!
how to participate in the March bake club challenge
- Click Here to Sign Up to Join the Bake Club. (If you’ve signed up in the past, you’re golden. There’s no need to sign up every month.) You’ll receive an email each month when a new recipe challenge and prize is announced. This is also how I’ll know how to get ahold of you if you win. When you sign up for the Bake Club, you’ll be required to put in your name and email address. If you’re selected as the winner, I’ll send you an email to let you know and ask you where to send your prize.
- Bake this month’s challenge and show it off! Snap a picture of your masterpiece and post it to Instagram, tagging it with #OfBatterAndDoughBakeClub. You can also upload your photo to the Of Batter and Dough Facebook Page. Or, send your photo to me in an email: firstname.lastname@example.org. By sharing your photo you’ll be automatically entered to win this month’s prize. Bake the challenge recipe and submit your photo before April 1st.
- Want a bonus entry? Leave a comment and a rating for Irish Apple Cake and you’ll receive a bonus entry!
Questions about the Bake Club or this month’s challenge?
Leave a comment below or send an email to email@example.com and I’ll get back to you just as soon as I can.
Ready, Set, BAKE!