Wednesday, 31 October 2012

Breakfast Club - The Pastry Round Up

Erm where exactly did October go? I was all geared up excited to be hosting my first blogger event and boom we are nearly November! The nights are that bit cooler, the mornings that bit darker despite the clocks going back, and any hope of a late summer have well and truly vanished somewhat like the heavy mist that surrounded my home last week! Out has come the beloved snuggie and evenings spent on the sofa with the scent of smelly candles floating in the air... Must remember to buy hot chocolate to make the evenings complete!


I've had some delicious recipes sent in for the Breakfast club, firstly is these rather dinky looking Mini Quiche Lorraines, made by Karen from Karen’s Kitchen Stories. Somehow everything is that just that little bit better in bitesize form, and these mini delights make no exception! I've never considered quiche for breakfast before but being a huge egg eater I can see these coming up on my breakfast table soon!

 

Next up are these sublime looking Apricot & chocolate pastries, filled with jam and chocolate, made by Sarah from The Garden Deli. I was so happy to choose pastry as my theme this month and Sarah has done a great job with her pastries!



Last but not least is the rather heavenly looking Fig tarte tatin from Helen at Fuss Free Flavours. I’m yet to make a tarte tatin but I am sure this is delicious! Figs are bang in season right now and I just love their squishiness. http://fussfreeflavours.com/2012/10/recipe-fig-apple-tarte-tartin/



Many thanks to Helen for letting me host, and also a huge thanks also to Helen, Sarah and Karen for baking their goods and sending them over to my round up!

Here was my entry that started it all - Bacon and Egg pastries


3 comments:

  1. These all look scrumptious and I'd be very happy to try all of them - possibly not for breakfast though. The fig tarte tatin looks like a particularly delectable treat.

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  2. I wasn't sure about pastry for breakfast - but only because it's not what I'd normally eat. Now I'm a convert and will be trying the other recipes too! It was a very good choice of theme Anne!

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  3. Oh my. I can't imagine managing anything quite so elaborate for breakfast. Although, left over cold pizza is breakfast nirvana, as far as I am concerned.

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