Le Creuset Competition Winner

I would like to extend a big thank you to all the entrants of this competition and of course without a doubt a big, special thank you to Gill of Le Creuset for providing the prize for the winner. In the photograph below you will see the cassis bake set which comprises of a 26cm and a 19cm rectangular stoneware dish.

© le creuset gifts
© le creuset gifts

I wrote down a list of the dishes prepared and gave them to Dave to choose a winner – I did not want to be left with this hard decision as each and every recipe is fantastic in my opinion. Dave did not know who submitted which recipe, and so his choice was not based on the blogger, but on the dish itself. He also has not seen the blog posts. Dave ended up with 3 on his short list – and he has placed them. Sadly, only the winner gets the prize but I thought I would share with you his choices. His third place choice which he said was very interesting was Cindy with her mini fig tarts. In second place was Candice’s black forest cake and the winner *drum roll* is Candice with her profiteroles filled with maple mouse – well done!


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18 thoughts on “Le Creuset Competition Winner

  1. Congratulations, Candice. Thanks for the challenge, Tandy, and thank you to Dave for the mention. It was a fun challenge and we all hope for better luck next time.

    1. Thanks so much Mandy 🙂 I’d love to have everyone around for a taster, if you’re ever around Kenilworth, would love to meet you!

  2. YAY! Thank you so SO much! I’m completely over the moon – I normally go into Le Creuset and fondle the dishes longingly – I can’t believe I’m now going to have my own!

    Please let me know if you’re ever in the Kenilworth area – I would love to have you over for the profiteroles (which got me over my fear of choux pastry and gelatine!) and to christen my dishes!

    1. I have a lovely collection and still go into the shop once a week to see what next is on my list 🙂 I am in your area next Wednesday actually! Have a great weekend and I wish you many happy baking hours with your dishes. Well done again 🙂

      1. Well, if you’d like to pop in in the evening, you’re more than welcome! Keep a look out for Cassis in future blog posts 😉

    1. Aw thanks so much! They were my first attempt with gelatine and choux pastry – feel so much braver for trying it!

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