I felt quite pleased to be asked by Mini-1's school to provide brownies for the adults to nibble with their tea/coffee after the Carol Concert (which was held before the Christmas Fayre). To be fair, it's a fairly small school so I knew it was an achieveable request, and offered to do 2 trays and cut them into bite-size pieces so they'd be a) manageable and b) go further. Mini-2 and I arrived after the concert, but just before the fayre started and were thrilled to be greeted by many parents, (some of whom we didn't even know) congratulating us on the delicious brownies! No idea how they knew I made them, but very pleased nonetheless.
Then it was the turn of the class party. I had considered offering to bake mini cupcakes for the class, but knew it wasn't officially sanctioned by the Scottish Government (not conducive to the Healthy Eating in School (or elsewhere, for that matter) Policy) and so the Education Dept didn't allow it. But then the class teacher shyly asked if I could. Sure of course, I said, but I couldn't make as few as 16 - could she pass out the rest? Oh yes, was the quick reply. And thus it was that I handed in 4 dozen similarly decorated little Christmas beauties.
And I'm pleased to say that these too got great reviews!