Competition: Ever Had a Soggy Bottom?

By Wednesday, April 1, 2015 404 0


With the arrival of Easter, we’re giving you a chance to win a bunch of home baking goodies worth over £100! Whether it’s your home-made piece de resistance or something worthy of a dog’s dinner, we want to hear about your greatest baking stories (You may even want to upload a photograph as well).


To enter, simply leave your answer / photograph in the comments section below. Competition closes Midday, Friday 10th April 2015, to which the lucky winner will be selected at random and contacted by email the same day. Gardens and Homes Direct reserves the right to remove any answers deemed inappropriate or offensive. Entrants must reside within the UK mainland. Good luck!


  • Fadhilla
    November 22, 2015

    This pie looks so delicious, apple pie is one of my the plated and criss crossed pastry on top..collage looks great.Catherine BYW

  • Lorraine Vaughan
    May 8, 2015

    The in-laws were coming for lunch and I was supposed to be making a Black Forest Gateaux but, to my horror, the sponge came out of the oven completely flat. Then I spotted the bowl of flour that I had weighed out on the worktop – I had cooked it without putting the flour in! It was too late to start again, so I whizzed up the chocolate “sponge” and cream in the food processor and served it up as mousse with the cherries on top. Everyone thought it was lovely.

  • sarah robertson
    April 15, 2015

    I made Christmas Tree Cookies once. I was so pleased with them but they tasted disgusting. My mum decided to paint them with enamel and gave them to my relatives for Christmas gifts. Nearly 30 years later I still see my digusting cookies hanging on their trees every year. I think they feel obliged to keep them!!!!

  • liz denial
    April 10, 2015

    I won £50 & a food processor with my original recipe, apple topped honey & whisky drizzle cake

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