Anna Kennedy OBE asked the Autism Community to share their creativity by making a cake that represents autism to them.
Anna told us “It was tough choosing from so many creative and wonderful entries.”
She added “We would like to say a massive thank you to our amazing judges Kacey Ainsworth , Richard Mylan and Ionica Adriana for coming forward and volunteering their time to the AKO Charity Bake off competition!”
Natalie Sherriffs age 13!
Sugar, butter (stork), flour, eggs, baking powder, coco powder,icing sugar,butter, (clover for icing) nutella, cadbury giant buttons, smarties, haribo (gummy bares, and love harts)
That the harts and smarties protect the gummy bears, the gummy bears represent people with autism and the harts and smarties protect them from hate that some are giving
Tyler Worsey-Burns age 14!
225g of sugar, butter and flour, 4 eggs, 2 tsp baking powder, 3 tbs milk gran’s homemade strawberry jam and butter icing and lots of sprinkles
Victoria sandwich with sprinkles – I always make Victoria sandwiches when I bake using my gran’s homemade jam for a filling with butter icing. There is no better cake, but I added sprinkles on this one!
Butter, caster sugar, self raising flour, eggs, fondant and butter cream, decorations, sugar paste and edible paint
We love Disney in our house. Our family is diverse, my four children have a range of conditions and our wider friends and support network we also call family. So for us this quote from Lilo and Stitch ” OHANA means family” “family means no one gets left behind” sums us up!
Ingredients included: Plain flour, Salted Butter, Caster Sugar, vanilla extract, medium eggs, cocoa powder, peppermint extract.
Letting people know that autism is a gift and an unique thing. Just like our world is special and precious.