Give-Away #36 :One OXO GOOD GRIPs Non-Stick Pro Sponge/Sandwich Tin worth £19.00


I am considering making a Choux-Fleur Cake but not the savoury kind rather the sweet kind and this baking adventure will require professional baking equipment. Thank goodness, the good people at OXO GOOD GRIPs have offered to lent me a hand by sending me their Sandwich Tin.

I like the idea of a solid straight wall and micro-textured pattern which ensures even baking because let's face it, I need all the help I can get when it comes to baking cakes. 

Even more exciting, you get a chance to win the same sandwich tin worth £19.00, just use the comment box and the Rafflecopter to tell us what you'll cook with it. Competition ends on the 28/2/17 at midday  Good luck

84 comments:

Tracey Peach said...

A lovely chocolate spone cake with orange cream for my Mum for Mothers day :) x

Kate Glutenfreealchemist said...

Now there's a question! What wouldn't I bake in it? But joking aside, I would start with a simple Victoria Sandwich..... I have yet to actually post one of those! x

Tracy K Nixon said...

I bake a nice Victoria Sponge to share with my family!

Amanda Tanner said...

Maybe try a coffee and walnut cake

Tracy Hanley said...

I think i would have a go at making my granddaughter a birthday cake

rebecca nisbet said...

i would do my favourite, a victoria sponge!

Sam Rhodes said...

A chocolate and smartie cake! or perhaps a chocolate orange sponge yum yum! :)

laura banks said...

my hubby makes a lovely walnut and fudge cake

William G said...

My wife makes a fabulous apple cake in this sort of tin!

sarah Mackay said...

I will make a victoria sponge

harlina said...

Lemon drizzle cake

Emma Ferguson said...

A coffe and walnut cake

Michelle O'Neill said...

A nice chocolate cake x

Anonymous said...

Margaret Clarkson
A Victoria Sandwich Cake

joanne liddement said...

My recipe for orange polenta cake would be perfect to bake in this sandwich tin.

Elizabeth Smith said...

I've a recipe for a blood orange sponge I'd like to try

Ray Dodds said...
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volcanopete said...

A Victoria Sponge

Angela Treadway said...

a chocolate cake x

Iain Maciver said...

a carrot cake

jennie kerley said...

I would bake my familys favourite a Victoria Sandwich with strawberry jam and buttercream

Lorraine mabbitt said...

Chocolate cake

Kim M said...

Almond cake x

KT said...

Chocolate cake

Victoria Prince said...

It has to be a classic Victoria Sandwich for starters :)

Sheena Batey said...

A chocolate cake with hazelnut butter cream icing

sc101blog said...

I'd start with a simple Victoria sponge.

Natalie White said...

I would want to bake a carrot sandwich cake with frosting inside! Yum yum yum :)

peter campbell said...

an upside down apple cake

Kelly Wheelhouse said...

I'd love to make a chocolate sponge cake with buttercream icing

maxineflossy said...

Carrot cake - my favourite!

Hayley said...

a victoria sponge cake x

Samantha R said...

Definitely a victoria sponge, or maybe a lemon drizzle :)

Martina Alban said...

Victoria sponge cake

Anne said...

I'd bake a nice chocolate cake

JudeVFR400 said...

Strawberry and passion fruit cake to welcome summer. Okay, not yet, but soon enough.

antheaholloway said...

I would make a rich chocolate cake which I know the family will love.

sheridarby said...

Victoria Sandwich

Anonymous said...

Perfect for making a walnut and coffee cake CHERYL HADFIELD

Kim Neville said...

My kids love my Victoria sponge cake so would make that for them

Chris S said...

I would make a Victoria Sponge with Strawberry Jam and buttercream filling, then top it with more buttercream. This would be very closely followed by a Carrot Cake which I would fill and top with a lovely cream cheese frosting.

Patricia Avery said...

I would make a lemon drizzle cake :)

Ruth Harwood said...

Victoria sponge :)

styles5433 said...

I would bake my daughters 16th Birthday Present

Gemma Middleton said...

A ginger cake I think I would bake first. Thanks for the chance.

Jo Glasspool said...

I would make a Victoria sponge with lashings of fresh cream.

Janine Atkin said...

id make a chocolate sponge cake

Hannah Lord said...

I'd love to make my gluten free chocolate cake

Stacy Fenemore said...

lemon drizzle cake

Tee Simpson said...

A chocolate cake for my daughters birthday

Ritchie Dee said...

Carrot cake.

Joanne Blunt said...

I'd bake a chocolate sponge cake as it's my children's favourite

Chris said...

I will make a coffee and walnut cake.

helen tovell said...

A victoria sandwich

Huw Jones said...

Just what I need to get back into baking

buchanl said...

Chocolate Fudge Cake

Lynsey Buchanan

Sarah Ann said...

Victoria Sponge - my favourite!

Rebecca England said...

I'd make a classic Victoria sponge

Sandra Ralph said...

i would bake my husbands favorite a coconut sponge cake

Susan Hall said...

I would make a sticky orange Marmalade cake with Orange drizzle icing

sarah kate said...

Definitely a victoria sponge!

Adrian Bold said...

Chocolate Sponge Cake!

Ella Dawn said...

I'd make a coffee and walnut sponge for my mum

Jamie-Lee Norris said...

Id cook a victoria sponge, very simple recipe yet tastes delicious.

Leanne Bell said...

I would make a Christening cake for my youngest daughter x

vickyallum84 said...

I would make a nice orange and carrot with cream cheese frosting :)

Jane Willis said...

Coffee and walnut cake

claire nutman said...

A lush carrot cake x

Sheila Shepheard said...

A coffee and walnut sponge. Family favourite.

Amy Bondoc said...

id make toffee appple fudge cake its my favourite

geezerbird44 said...

A chocolate cake with chocolate butter icing and chocolate swirls

fjk42 said...

Either banana bread or a lemon drizzle, depending on what I have in the kitchen

Emma Price said...

Chocolate cake :)

Graeme Macmillan said...

Lemon Sponge Cake

Johannah Carroll said...

I'd use it to bake a chocolate Easter cake, ice it with buttercream and top with mini-eggs. x

Sarah Phillips said...

A classic Vicky sponge!

Emma Lowe said...

I would cook a victoria sandwich, used to be my favourite thing to cook at school in my home economics class

Farhana said...

I have to start with the classic Victoria's Sponge!

Elaine Livingstone said...

a nice lemon drizzle cake first I think

Emma Nixon said...

My favourite. A victoria sponge with strawberry jam and cream. Naughty but nice!

Em S said...
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Aj Rich said...

Carrot cake with lime frosting

Lynne O'Connor said...

Probably a classic Victoria sandwich

Andrea A said...

Chocolate cake

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