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Join us and celebrate the delicious. Share The Love month this October.
This is how it works:
Step 1: Fire up the oven and bake 2 or 3 puddings.
Step 2: Keep one and give the rest away. The idea is to spread a warm and cosy cheer amongst friends.
Step 3: Upload photos of your creations to the delicious. Facebook page, Twitter or Instagram with #ShareTheLoveMonth or email your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org, telling us who the recipients were and why.
Our favourite sharing bakes
Looking for a little inspiration to help you Share the Love? Look no further!
Celebrity chef Rachel Allen says: “Everybody loves crumble and adding oat flakes to the topping gives a nice, crunchy texture.”
The crumble recipe just got better! British apples are perfect in this delicious apple dessert.
An American cobbler is a wonderful pudding consisting of a batter poured over fruit and then baked. This forest fruits version uses frozen fruit so it's great to have some stashed in the freezer.
A traditional, seasonal British pudding with a contemporary twist.
A delicious tart, by Michelin-starred chef Marcus Wareing, that you can make ahead.
Celebrate the raspberry’s unique flavour with this irresistible dessert.
Pear and blackberry cobbler is an American-style dessert, halfway between a crumble and a pie.
Put your best fruit forward for this easy culinary delight of blueberry and apple loaf.
This deliciously moist banana cake won't last for very long once your family get their hands on it.
The sugary lemon and mint mixture soaks down into the cake, flavouring it beautifully with a fresh, minty essence and leaving the top of the cake nicely crusted with sugar.
You can make 6 individual buns of this rich cake, instead of a whole loaf if you like.
Banana yogurt cake is simple enough for children to make and a great way to use up ripe bananas.
The perfect teatime treat. Make the most of British apples with this autumnal version of gingerbread cake.
Treat yourself with this fantastic ginger cake that's excellent eaten hot or cold.
This marbled cherry and almond cake will go down a storm at any dinner party.
Make this mango and lime yogurt cake for a teatime treat. A straightforward recipe where you will definitely be rewarded for your efforts by its scrummy taste.
A fruit loaf made from parsnips? Whatever next! (Oh, did we mention how ruddy lovely it tastes?)
This light and refreshing cake is ideal to keep in the freezer for when you have last minute guests.
This delectable, moist tea loaf will keep for up to a week in a cake tin. Alternatively, wrap in a plastic bag and freeze for up to three months, either whole or cut into slices.
Got some over-ripe bananas? Bake this gorgeous banana and chocolate bread recipe instead of letting them go to waste.
This combination of salted caramel and apples makes a divine tarte tartin, ideal at the end of an autumnal feast
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