Happy Friday! A little while ago I was inspired to make this yummy toffee apple and salted pretzel rocky road. It’s ideal for when you just need something sweet. Here is the recipe (by John Whaite) if you want to give it a go this weekend! Ingredients:(Makes 12–16) 250g dark chocolate (60–70% cocoa solids), broken… Read More Toffee apple and salted pretzel rocky road
Such a pretty banana split! It would have been rude to say no to it, seeing as it looked so good!
Exactly what the title says- a deliciously, sinful brownie, the perfect way to finish off an evening out.
I hope your 2022 is off to a good start so far? As well as wanting to be a food blogger, I’ve always fancied being a travel blogger. What could be better than travelling the world, writing about my experiences of eating great food and seeing interesting sights? Travel blogging is not quite an area… Read More Foodie Adventures in the Scottish Highlands
Happy New Year! I hope you all had a great Christmas with plenty of opportunities for festive eating and drinking! I’ve been a bit out of it due to being afflicted by Covid. However, I’ve decided to get back to blogging by writing about my trip to the Turkish restaurant Iznik a few months back.… Read More Eating My Way Through London: Iznik
This is a delightful tea room situated in the former Victorian (1846) Ridgmont railway station building’s Ladies Waiting Room. I’ve been here a few times previously in 2019 and think of it as a bit of a hidden gem. With my love of anything vintage and retro, it’s right up my street. I’ve been keen… Read More Afternoon Tea at Ridgmont Station Tea Rooms
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… Read More 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 🙂
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.