Cake Stall Recipe List

Cake Stall Recipe List

The Cake Stall Recipe List is a collection of recipes that could be suitable for a cake stall at a fete.

About the Fetes and Festivals Templates

These recipes and guides are part of the ‘sharing’ feature of Fetes and Festivals, and volunteers within community groups have contributed most of them.  The aim of this communal bank of templates is to provide a portal where knowledge can be shared and precious time saved for volunteers.

Please use all of our resources as a guide only, and modify them for your own circumstances.  Fetes and Festivals takes no responsibility for any errors or omissions contained within.

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