Giveaway #113: Two Copies of Treat Petite

If you love all things cute and small, you’ll adore Treat Petite.

Treat Petite giveaway

Each of these 42 different types of treats, created by Fiona Pearce and published by Ivy Press, are no bigger than a mouthful. What I especially like is that with every recipe a photo is provided of the actual size of the baked good, which is very handy in giving you an idea of what you should be aiming for. They will be showstoppers at any afternoon tea party you arrange with your friends.

Here are the recipes that caught my eye:

  • Pomegranate-Honey Pavlova
  • Salted Brownies with Salted Caramel Frosting
  • Baked Raspberry Tartlets
  • Tiered Biscuit Towers
  • Peanut Butter Chocolate Cupcakes

Two lucky readers can win a copy of Treat Petite. Entering is easy, just follow the instructions below.

By the way, if you like baking, check out our range of cupcake cases on offer. You can make miniature cupcakes of this raspberry and white chocolate ones too!

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Comments

  1. lynn savage says

    I love crispy canapes such as crostini, my favourite toppings would include a strong cheese and maybe salmon

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