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I’ve made no secret of the fact that I am quite the “Woolworths-girl” as my friends have dubbed me. I absolutely adore their stores and am always impressed with their quality and customer service. And thus it brings me great pleasure to collaborate with them and bring you this awesome giveaway. They have generously sponsored two AMAZING baking kits filled to the brim with all their new baking goodies. From ready-mixes to baking essentials.

Before you turn your nose up at the thought of ready-mixes, let me assure you that these are no ordinary ready-mixes. I’ve tried most of them from the Creme Brulee (which is creamy & rich) to the chocolate brownies which are decadent and dark to the Chocolate Fondants which are normally very tricky to get right. I can report that the centre was deliciously oozy without tasting of raw batter. Perfection. Later today I will share what I did with the chocolate brownie mix.

THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED.

To stand a chance of winning ONE of TWO Baking kits simply:

1. Like the Simply Delicious Facebook page.

2. Share the below on Facebook/Twitter (copy & paste) :

Twitter : I just entered to win & get my baking on with @WOOLWORTHS_SA & @SimplyDelishSA.
You can do the same here: http://simply-delicious-food.com/

Facebook:  I just entered to win & get my baking on with @WOOLWORTHS SA & @Simply Delicious Food Blog.
You can do the same here: http://simply-delicious-food.com/

3. Leave a comment below, giving me your best baking tip.

Remember, the more  you share, the more entries you get for yourself. At the end of the competition I will be placing all the entries into a hat and will draw two names.

Competition closes on Monday, 9 July 2012. Only open to residents of RSA. 

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  • Klasie
    Reply

    When making fudge, just put in a few drops of vinegar and it it will break the strong stweetness and also gives you a very nice taste, try it

  • Sariksha Ramlall
    Reply

    Always bake with love and from the heart 🙂

  • Karen Sanders
    Reply

    Always sift your flour …. I sift all my dry ingredients, take that extra moment for superior results!

  • Ally_R
    Reply

    Please remember to copy and paste the above into your Facebook or Twitter as otherwise your entry will not be logged.

    Alida.

  • fatima
    Reply

    your milk eggs and butter should be at room temperature.

  • Disanette van Eeden
    Reply

    My best baking tip : Always use cook and spray no matter what you are baking … make sure temperatures are right and keep a constant eye on your creation 🙂

  • Ann
    Reply

    When greasing and flouring your baking tins when making a chocolate cake use cocoa for dusting instead of flour then you won’t get white marks on your cakes. I also add 1/2 tsp bicarb to the chocolate cakes to make them that lovely dark colour.

  • Michelle Malan
    Reply

    Since I am gluten-intolerant I’ve had to find alternative ways to feed my baked goods addiction. Luckily, there are amazing pre-blended gluten-free flours available that can be substituted 1-for-1 in my favourite recipes, and I love experimenting in my baking.

    • Krissi
      Reply

      Hi Michelle.
      I am also gluten intolerant, but I am battling to find places that cater to my needs. Pretty much everything has gluten in :/ Have you by anychance found gluten-free bread that is ready made? and where do you get the flour? Dischem?
      Many Thanks:)

      • Michelle Malan
        Reply

        Hi Chrissi. I find most of what I need at Dischem. The trouble with ready-made gluten free bread is that it normally tastes pretty bad and costs quite a lot. My favourite solution is the Crusty 4-flour bread premix from Nature’s Choice available at Dischem. It’s high fibre and delicious, and not at all solid and grainy like most gluten free breads, although it does take an hour to bake. More info is available here: http://www.natureschoice.co.za/gluten-free-products/gluten-free-bread-mix/crusty-4-flour-bread-mix/.

        Good luck!

        • Ash
          Reply

          Hi Michelle and Krissi, I am not gluten intolerant, but the rest of my family is, so I have to cook and bake accordingly. It is good to know that most of Ina Paarmans’ products do not contain gluten, just check the back to make double sure. Her chocolate mousse and lemon cheesecake is glutenfree. I made the cheesecake on Saturday with the pie crust made from the Nature’s Choice range and it was delicious. All of Nomu’s products are also glutenfree.

  • Tami Magnin
    Reply

    Use your common sense when baking. You will not get a light, fluffy cake if the batter is thick and heavy. Sometimes an extra dash of milk goes a long way in light and airy cakes

  • Aliza Naude
    Reply

    My baking tip: invest in a electronic kitchen scale. It is super convenient and my baked results are much better!

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