These maltesers cakes are quick and easy to make but taste divine.  Children will not only enjoy eating them but can also help to make and decorate them.  They make a lovely addition to any children’s party. As well as making individual maltesers cakes you can also make one large cake.  To make a show stopper cake for a children’s party split the batter between 2 8″ tins and bake until firm.  Then use a round pastry cutter to cut a circle out of one of the cakes.  Place this cake on the bottom and fill with maltesers before sandwiching…

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to my little cooking and baking space on the web.  My name is Candace and I’m a single working mother of a teen and a tween living the good life in the West Midlands.  As well as my two children I also have 4 cats, a rabbit and 8 chickens.  We love our chickens very much and 4 of them are ex commercial hens living out their retirement with us.  Their eggs regularly feature in my cooking. As if I didn’t have enough to do already in life I decided it would be a good idea to set up this…

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