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Residents Make Spooky Bakes at Cooking Club

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30 October 2019

Residents Make Spooky Bakes at Cooking Club

As it is Halloween week, residents of Edward Moore House Residential Care Home put a spooky spin on their regular baking activity.

With Halloween just around the corner and pumpkins proving inescapable, residents of the Trinity Road residential care home made some Halloween themed treats at their weekly baking club.

Wanting to include pumpkin in their recipe somehow, the baking enthusiasts decided to create Rice Krispy pumpkin cakes, adding a Halloween twist.

Christine Hutchinson, General Manager of Edward Moore House said: “Our residents love their weekly baking club, as for many of them, it’s a chance to do something they always used to do for their families in their younger days.

“As it’s Halloween week, we thought we’d do something a little different. They weren’t sure what to expect baking with pumpkin, but they were impressed with the outcome!”

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