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Giveaway: Renshaw Baking Hamper






















I've recently become a brand ambassador for Renshaw the leading British manufacturer of ready roll icings, marzipan and frostings.Watch out for some product reviews very soon!

Renshaw have kindly given one Jam and Clotted Cream reader the chance to win a hamper full of Renshaw goodies including ready roll icing, marzipan, flower and modelling paste and frostings - must haves for any keen baker.

For your chance to win all you need to do is enter via the Rafflecopter widget below. UK entrants only. Contents of the hamper may be subject to change. The winner will be announced on 1st October 2015.

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  1. Hi I love Renshaw. I made my first fondant covered Christmas cake using Renshaw fondant, I was amazed at how easy it was to use and how fab our cake looked. Sammie www.feastingisfun.com/meet-our-penguins/

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  2. My favourite cake is lemon drizzle! Or anything with lots of fruit on the top!

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  3. Victoria sponge with homemade buttercream and jam, dusted with icing sugar.

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  4. My fave cake is a lemon drizzle sponge :-)

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  5. Everything looks so fabulous. Makes me want to get baking

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  6. Everything looks so fabulous. Makes me want to get baking

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  7. favourite has got to be banana cake

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  8. *Homer Simpson moment* "STICK-Y TOFF-EE PUD-DING" *drools*

    ~ Anthony G

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  9. A Victoria Sponge, you cant beat a classic x

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  10. Carrot Cake with loads of frosting!

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  11. Red velvet! Yummy! :)

    Jen xx
    www.kitsch-n-sync.com

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  12. Red Velvet Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting

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  13. Date and walnut loaf (Bev)

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  14. Pumpkin and orange. I like all cake except coffee or chocolate.

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  15. Victoria Sponge, would be a favourite of mine.

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  16. Chocolate peppermint cake liked my mom used to make , i have been on a special diet during my pregnancy and due to be induced on Friday so my sister is baking me one xx

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  17. Lemon drizzle cake - a taste of sunshine.

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  18. I love all cake, be it chocolate, date and walnut or lemon drizzle. But my favourite has to be salted caramel cheesecake, delicious

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  19. My favourite cake is lemon drizzle cake - feeling hungry now!

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  20. Red velvet cake with cream cheese frosting :)

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  21. My favourite cake to bake at the moment is Blackberry Crumble cake, with freshly picked wild brambles!
    I'd love to win this hamper- coz my little lad's birthday is coming up and I've never decorated a birthday cake before! Wish me luck please everyone, it could be...um...interesting ;)

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  22. I love Sachertorte. Although it is a little moreish so doesn't hang around for long ;)

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  23. You can't beat a classic Victoria Sponge, classic for a reason. Love it :)

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  24. coffee cake, but not with walnuts yuck!

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  25. I love coffee and walnut cake x

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  26. My all time favourite cake is chocolate fudge. I bake one a month just for myself How mean am I?

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  27. I love chocolate fudge cake, served warm with cream

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  28. hmm, that should be poppy seed!

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  29. my fav is lemon drizzle, closely followed by vanilla sponge and chocolate cake.

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  30. My favourite cake changes as I eat the next one ;) But at the moment I cant get enough of Lemon Meringue Pie, I have a huge sweet tooth!

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  31. Lemon Drizzle - always my first choice

    Real name: Christine Lockley

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  32. I adore a coffee and walnut cake! ... oh no ... now i'm hungry

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  33. I love a good Victoria sandwich with lots of buttercream!

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  34. I love making Lemon Drizzle Cupcakes! Always a favourite with all my Family & Friends!

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  35. I love making lemon meringue's, but I also love red velvet cupcakes :) x

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  36. Coffee and walnut cake topped with american frosting

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  37. Chocolate fudge cake

    @rachiegr

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  38. Chocolate Fudge Cake

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  39. Hi, Really great effort. Everyone must read this article. Thanks for sharing.

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  40. chocolate fudge cake

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  41. My white chocolate orange cake

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  42. Carrot cake with cream cheese frosting. Yum yum!

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  43. carrot cake CHERYL HADFIELD

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  44. A good old vanilla sponge with strawberry jam middle and dusted with icing sugar yum!

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  45. my fave cake has got to be toffee apple nom nom

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  46. I love red velvet cake oh soooo yummy!!!!

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  47. Oooh this is a toughie as there are loads of cakes I love! lol If I had to choose just one though, I'd opt for a healthy slab of hot Chocolate Fudge Cake - with a dollop of vanilla ice cream on the side, delicious! ;) My mouth is watering at the thought lol

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  48. It has to be good old Victoria Sponge <3

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  49. my favourite cake is a biscoff caramelised biscuit spread white cake hmm

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  50. my favourite cake has got to be a vanilla cheesecake

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  51. My favourite cake to eat and bake has to be carrot cake

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  52. Sweet and salty chocolate and salted caramel cake- best chocolate cake ever.
    blameitonthebaking.com

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  53. Definately a Victoria Sponge!! :D x

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  54. cant beat the classic Victoria sponge with plenty of raspberry jam in the middle!

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  55. I love a chocolate Swiss roll. It's the perfect match with an afternoon cuppa :)

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  56. I'm a red velvet cake girl allllll the way! LOVE it :)

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  57. If I make it myself it's my peanut butter and vanilla cupcakes, if I buy one then it's an angel cake or a Manor House cake... drool...

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  58. Carrot Cake - think i have a serious addiction to it but love it anyway xx.

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  59. coffee and walnut cake!

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  60. Good old fashioned carrot cake, I still like to lick the frosting off the top! :)

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  61. Ok I love CAKE full stop but if I had to choose 1 it would be chocolate sponge!

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  62. oh just one thats hard well chcocolate eclair

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  63. Lemon drizzle cake, the more lemony the better

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  64. My favourite cake of all time is Red Velvet :)

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  65. Coffee and walnut

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  66. oh mine is coffee and walnut cake

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  67. My fave cake has got to be battenberg

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  68. I don't like actual cake, but I'm very fond of meringues and sticky buns

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  69. I love Victoria Sponge with fresh cream.

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  70. Black Forest Gateau – says it with style!

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  71. so many yummy ones to choose from, but I will say chocolate fudge cake x

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  72. My mums salted caramel cheesecake! yummy :)

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  73. I would like to say that this post is awesome, nice written and include almost all important information. I’d like to see more posts like this.

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  74. Chocolate cake

    Trevor linvell

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  75. I'll eat any sort of cake, really, but Victoria Sponge is always great.

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  76. Carrot Cake all the way - found a new recipe that includes a banana xx

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  77. I'm a coffee and walnut cake fan too.

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  78. Carrot cake (i replace the walnuts for raisins)

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  79. Devils food cake

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  80. Carrot cake with cream cheese frosting

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  81. Any cake! Though I do particularly love our family ginger cake recipe

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  82. Carrot cake with cream cheese icing.

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  83. Any home made cake really but I'm partial to a Victoria Sandwich decorated with British berries & whipped cream :)

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  84. I enjoy making cakes as I have to be Gluten Free.
    My favourite recipes are White Chocolate and Raspberry Blondies and a chocolate cake made using mashed potato (sounds weird I know, but it makes such a soft, moist cake that can be baked in a big cake tin or as muffins.)

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  85. I love a cake that has any sort of fruit and cream in it. Had a lovely one last week at a NT property with plums glazed on top.

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  86. I absolutely love cake my favourite is between Victoria sponge with buttercream or carrot cake I actually can't choose between the 2 of them

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  87. My favourite cake is black forest (really fudgey and chocolatey and cherrylicious) and even better if it can be made into a black forest cheesecake.

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