This chocolatey treat is really moist and satisfying. It’s healthier as well- so ticks all the boxes. The ingredients for this cake were originally supplied by Bakedin, but this recipe works equally as well. Ingredients 1 ¾ cups self-rising flour 1 cup unsweetened cocoa powder ⅛ teaspoon salt 2 cups white sugar 1 cup water 2… Continue reading Chocolate and Greek Yoghurt Cake
It’s been all about the churros recently. Here are some of my favourite ones I’ve tried in the last few months to moisten your tastebuds on a Monday morning.
I thought I was going to skip pudding- I was wrong! The food at Fotheringills in Nottingham is amazing, but the profiteroles were the best out of all of them. Also recommended is the pork belly, but I decided just to focus on the profiteroles 🙂
Bedfordshire is a really under-rated place. In a 2018 YouGov poll, 42000 people named Bedfordshire as the least popular of the 42 countries. It seems to be a country that people pass through, rather than linger in. However, there is plenty to enjoy and experience in Bedfordshire, not least the food. Here is a round-up… Continue reading Dining out in beautiful Bedfordshire
Darlings, if you want deliciously moist cake, then Signorelli bakery is the place to get it. There is so much choice when you step inside. And their coffees and sandwiches aren’t bad either. This carrot cake was sublime.
Soho is the go-to place for a good time in London, and it was top of my list for dinner and cocktails after visiting an exhibition. Bodega Negra Cafe boasts a vibrant, lively ambience with a cool Soho-vibe. The decor makes for a trendy atmosphere and the staff were friendly. It has all the makings… Continue reading Mexican at the Bodega Negra Cafe
As lockdown continues to ease across the UK, I thought I’d finally get around to writing a post on my trip to Brighton- or rather, the food I ate on my trip to Brighton. This trip was quite a while ago now, so my memory is unclear on a few things. Therefore, I decided to… Continue reading Sweet Treats and Seafood in Brighton
I was looking through old pictures on my phone and came across some photos of my visit to Vapiano last year. I’m not obsessed with pasta (okay, I am), but pasta is great to photograph. Is that just me? Anyway, Vapiano is a canteen- style Italian restaurant that caters to the ‘swipe and go’ generation.… Continue reading Pasta at Vapiano
As the lockdown restrictions have eased, it’s been so good to be able to enjoy food and drink at a restaurant or cafe outside. I have been off work over the last week whilst transitioning between jobs, which has given me additional time to really make the most of it. Here is a round-up of… Continue reading Eating outside again (finally)
Even though I’ve been into baking for a few years now, I’ve never tried baking cinnamon buns before. Which is a surprise because I love them! Receiving the Cinnamon Buns kit from Bakedin gave me the opportunity to try my hand at making some. My favourite part was when the house filled with the aroma… Continue reading Delicious Cinnamon Buns