Download Your Baking Mad Blogger Badge


To put the colour badge on your site, copy and paste the code below onto your site. 


To put the black and white badge on your site, copy and paste the code below onto your site. 

9 thoughts on “Download Your Baking Mad Blogger Badge

  1. Lynn Scott (Mrs)

    I’ve been asked to make a birthday cake for a friend who as dietbetic and is also gluten problems. The question I want to make is what can I use which is gluten and sweet free to replace the marzipan and icing topping what you would usually use when decorating cakes. The making the cake is on problem has I’ve for a number of years I’ve plenty of gluten free Christmas puts etc . Please help.

    1. Post author

      Hi Lynn

      We’ve been having a chat about this in the kitchen and we’ve come up with a couple of ideas… if you’re making a birthday cake you don’t need to use marzipan, which should cut down on the sugar. We would recommend rough icing the cake with either a chocolate ganache (you could use a sugar free chocolate) here’s a recipe with a ganache without extra sugar or you could whip together 300ml of natural yogurt and 300ml of double cream until it stiffens slightly and to sweeten add 10 grams of Truvia and to flavour add 1 teaspoon of Nielsen-Massey Vanilla Extract or 1 tablespoon of Nielsen-Massey Vanilla Bean Paste.

      We hope this helps, let us know how you get on!

      Happy decorating!!

  2. slinky59

    can anyone help me i have made cheese frosting 3 times and every time i make it its to runny to frost,so if anyone has a recipe that works please send it to me.

  3. Amy-Lee

    Hi Baking Mad!
    My daughter Nancy is allergic to eggs and I was wondering if you had a recipe that would make the cake moist without using eggs.Thanks! Amy-Lee :)

    1. Post author

      Unfortunately, we do not have an egg-less vanilla sponge cake recipe at this time on, however there are several cakes that you could try without eggs such as our Fruity Tea Bread with Ginger or Eric’s Dairy and egg free Chocolate and Peppermint cake. Alternatively, you could experiment by substituting egg with mashed banana or apple sauce. Perhaps you could post a thread on our community forum regarding this, I am sure some of our egg-free bakers would be happy to provide advice.

  4. Cal Radford

    Hi everyone! I’m so excited to get my blogger badge- this website has really made me passionate for baking and I can’t wait to try some new recipies!
    Cal x


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>