My Home’s Got Talent – Week 4

With rumors going round of The Great British Bake-Off being cancelled, the people we support took part in a Bake-Off competition this week. Check out their submissisions below.

1 – First of all, Orchard View held their own bake-off competition and, Aaron made delicious chocolate cupcakes covered with marshmallows.

2 – Alex from Orchard View made cookies decorated with a smiley face.

3 – Andrew from Orchard View got ready for afternoon tea by making some tasty Jam Tarts.

4 – Carl from Orchard View got busy making a Victoria Sandwich decorated with a pink icing love heart.

5 – Gary from Orchard View had fun making cornflake cakes with a variety of decorations.

6 – Jody from Orchard View made delicious shortbread biscuits.

7 – Josh from Orchard View made rocky road brownies decorated with marshmallows.

8 – Shaun from Orchard View made some colourful fairy cakes.

9 – The Cedars banded together to make a cake covered with icing, chocolate buttons and sugar flowers.

10 – Francis and Liz at Clinton Lodge create a beautiful cake. Francis is claiming it as his own by dipping a finger in it.

11 – Andrea from Clos Yr Habwr made a Disney themed cake, we love the colours!

12 – David from Cwm Hyfryd made a delicious jam and buttercream sponge!

13 – Julia from Cwrt Y Bella showed off terrific baking skills by creating a Rainbow cake to thank the hardworking key workers!

14 – The ladies at Holland Road banded together to make a sweetie cake!

15 – Sam from Rivendell really enjoyed making Rocky Road, Fudge Cakes, a Mint Aero Cheesecake and a Milky bar Cheesecake.

16 – Nigel Mills from Acorn Park Lodge made some delicious buns!

17 – Catherine House made some cakes to celebrate VE Day.

18 – Damien and Rico from Ty Coedwig made chocolate brownies topped with marshmallows.

19 – Luke from Holmesdale made a delicious Strawberry Cheesecake – perfect for spring.

20 – Chris from Hawthorn Crescent cleverly decorated these cupcakes like a BBQ grill.

21 – Starbrook made a bee and honeycomb cake for Liam’s Birthday.

22 – Kenworthy House banded together to make a beautiful rainbow cake.

23 – Victoria from Ty Nyddfa isn’t letting Gregg’s closure keep her down and made her own delicious sausage rolls.

24 – Lottie at Alderton House created a Rainbow cake which tasted delicious!

 

25 – Raymond from Heathdene made this cake as a tribute to the team who care for him.

26 – Staff and people we support in Uplands made this pretty sponge with icing and sprinkles.

 

27 – Senior Support Worker Chloe Harris from Clareville made these Union Jack cakes for VE day.

28 – Fairways made a delicious Oreo Cheesecake.

29 – Meesons Lodge banded together to make colourful cupcakes.

 

30 – Susan from Troed Y Bryn looks very happy with her Chocolate and Strawberry creation.

31 – MR, RM and JR from Sandylee teamed up to make this pretty cake with lots of different sweets and royal icing to decorate.

32 – Shelly and Joanne from Arundel House made a star-shaped cake and some cupcakes.

33 – Dawn from 40 Rye Hill pushed the boat out and made a delicious made a Lemon Cheesecake.

34 – Paulette from Girling Street looks very proud of her Victoria Sponge.

35 – Stephanie from St Faith’s Villa made a delicious carrot cake with cream cheese decoration!

Stephanie St Faiths with her cake

36 – Lucy from Girling Street cooked up a Vegetable Quiche.

Vegetable Quiche in the baking competition Baking competition veggie quiche

37 – Chris from Walnut Tree Lane made a Victoria Sponge and biscuits to say thankyou to the NHS.

38 – Joanne at Kingsdown House is bringing this lovely cake in for everyone to enjoy!

39 – Lorraine, Mark and Angela cooked up a feast of treats including cookies, jam tarts and sausage rolls.

Withersfield Lodge Tarts and Sausage Rolls entry

40 – Scott from Farm Way made a Butterscotch Tart.

41 – Siobhan from May’s Lane showed a lot of love with her heart-shaped cake.

42 – Linda and Maria from Mays Lane made a Chocolate Orange cake.

43 – A cheesecake with a pink base made by Keeley from Mays Lane.

44 – Pineleigh made a set of delicious cupcakes with colours, rainbows and stars!

45 – Jordan from Park Road baked muffins for his carers.

46 – Donna from Park Road baked her housemate Stacey a birthday cake. She also made cheese straws for everyone.

47 – Byfield Court made a bright selection of cakes including a Rainbow cake decorated with skittles! A great way to spread positivity!

48 – Pen-Y-Hill made with some positive messages in a world of negativity.

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