In honour of my twenty-third birthday last week, I decided to bake up some brownies, as these are always a crowd pleaser and the recipe has been my go-to for over 5 years now (it’s that good!). As a student, and even now, I would rather not waste my chocolate melting it into any form of baking that’s not an icing or drizzle, which is why I love this recipe so very much! Instead, my chocolate gets Continue reading
So Halloween is over which only means one thing here in the UK… CHRISTMAS IS NEXT! Christmas is probably my favourite time of the year, and I start prepping in November well in advance because I’m a little sad and I get way too into it. By the time this month is up I will have Continue reading
Catching July on the cusp, here I am. I’m currently working with a lot of cookbooks and so I thought I would try to get back into baking (I haven’t really baked since the last post on here, would you believe?) and bake an actual recipe without playing with it too much? I still added cinnamon to cut through the caramel layer, but I followed Nadiya’s recipe to a tee from her new book otherwise. Looking forward to Continue reading
Sooo I’ve been given over a kilo of chocolate this Christmas. I’m not kidding. So in a bid to create some cakey bakey goodness, I’ve been using a lot of it up in Continue reading
So I’ve been doing a few throwbacks recently, and Canada has really been on my mind. I didn’t take enough photos of the place, but that’s because both my trips there I spent LIVING the moment, rather than photographing it. And, strange as it might be, this tart throws me back to my weekend in Toronto, which was filled with Continue reading
I’m always on the lookout for healthy recipes and my sister suggested we make granola because it was easier and cheaper than buying the stuff, with half the sugar too! So I figured, why not make this a ‘Cali themed’ post with some healthy, refined sugar free granola, made with jumbo oats, protein powder, pecans, walnuts and california raisins. I find eating sugar makes me hungry again really quickly, while this granola is a lot more wholesome and filling, and makes a Continue reading
It’s tough trying to commit to writing a blog post every day/week/month. I think a lot of people forget the amount of time and thought that is necessary in a blog post to make it an interesting read. I have so much respect for people who manage to have the timekeeping skills and ability to be able to bake and write at least once a week. I’m a busy third year student whose time is split between a part time job, running my own photography business, actually studying for my degree (well.. I try) and exercising regularly to maintain a healthy lifestyle so blog posts can be far and few between, but I love you all dearly for sticking with me and I really do try to make blog posts as often as time allows!
Today’s recipe is inspired by my recent travels to Stockholm in Sweden Continue reading