These Blackberry, Cinnamon and Fig Margaritas are the perfect fall cocktail. With a delicious blend of sweet, sour and warm spice you won’t be able to resist them! They’re really simple to make, which is handy because everyone will be asking for refills! They’re the perfect cocktail to serve this thanksgiving!
I know a lot of you are probably still lamenting the end of summer, but not me! Summer has it’s advantages; lovely fresh produce, long days, sunshine, and cocktails galore to name a few. But, as much as I love sunshine, I hate the heat. It does not agree with me! The sun may be hibernating more and more as we delve into autumn and the days are already getting much shorter but in return we get crisp air with cooler days and colourful foliage. And we may start saying goodbye to the strawberries and peaches of summer, but we can say a big hello to the blackberries and figs of autumn, and not to mention the absolutely gorgeous, warm spices that dominate this season. Yes, I think it’s safe to say that I am big fan out autumn. Especially because it means I can give my favourite summer cocktail an amazing autumn makeover with these delicious Blackberry, Cinnamon and Fig Margaritas! Yum!
These Cookie Dough Brownie Bombs with Salted Caramel are indulgence on top of decadence! Eggless chocolate chip cookie dough balls are dipped in salted caramel, then coated in chocolate salted caramel brownies, and dipped in chocolate. They’re gluten free, so easy to make and absolutely to die for!
Being a food blogger is hard work. There’s the recipe planing, the recipe testing, the photographing, editing the photos, writing the post. A lot goes into these humble little posts. But I think the hardest part is coming up with the recipe name! Especially for something as over the top as these beauties! I mean, if it’s a vanilla cake with chocolate frosting, that’s easy. But when so many layers make up the final product, each as delicious as the next, how do you decide on a name that does it justice and really tells your readers what they’re in for, without writing an essay as a title? I swear, naming a child would be easier sometimes. Hopefully my final recipe title has captured the deliciousness of these cookie dough brownie bombs that I’m about to share with you!
Layers of meringue, fresh whipped cream and berry compote make up these adorable Berry Eton Mess Dessert shots. These dessert shots are not only a treat for the eyes, they combine the deliciousness of Eton Mess with homemade berry compote all in one cute, individually portioned dessert! These little Eton Mess desserts only take 15 minutes hands on time to make, and they’re no bake – making them the perfect summer get together dessert!
Phew! What a crazy few weeks it has been over on the British side of the pond! Whether you live in the UK or not, I’m sure you’ve not been able to avoid all the drama surrounding the UK’s decision to leave the EU! It’s not the smartest decision the country has ever made as a country, but I think we’ve all heard enough about that! And I have the perfect post-Brexit treat for you all today – it’s delicious, it’s adorable, it’s no bake and it really couldn’t be easier. Seriously, I’m fairly certain these Berry Eton Mess Dessert Shots are the easiest recipe on the blog to date!
They take 15 minutes hands on time to make (I say “hands on” as the berry compote does need extra time to cool, but if you make that a day in advance you’re laughing!). What could be better than this? A dessert that will impress even the fussiest of guests that takes you almost zero effort? I think we all need more of that in our lives!
These shortbread cookies will satisfy all of your sweet and spicy cravings. You will love the crumbly, melt in your mouth shortbread flavoured with spicy cayenne pepper and zingy lime. Then you dip the cookies in chocolate to really indulge your tastebuds. Sprinkle with lime zest for an extra tasty kick. Chocolate dipped chili and lime shortbread cookies are so quick and easy to make, you’ll love making them and you’ll love eating them even more!
Summer officially starts next week apparently, you wouldn’t know it in London though. The last couple of weeks have been so wet and miserable… actually, that sounds A LOT like a British summer! The worst part it is still warm out, so being outside is very unpleasant. I love going for walks around my new neighbourhood because the area I live in is so pretty. I’ve just wanted to stay inside as much as possible tately to avoid that thick, wet air! Luckily, there’s plenty to keep me busy inside, like baking these amazing shortbread cookies. Although I knew these little cookies were gonna be good (sweet and spicy is just my fave!) even I was blown away by the taste! recently started yoga which is keeping me active inside, I’m not very good at it but I hope it’s at least burning off some of the delicious shortbread calories!
A sinfully indulgent rustic free-form tart. Chocolately pastry is home to sweet bananas and salted caramel, topped with fresh whipped cream and grated chocolate. So simple to make with 5 minute caramel sauce, you won’t regret making this Banana and Salted Caramel Galette!
Happy Monday! I can say that with sincerity too, because how can you have the Monday blues when something as delicious as these Banana and Salted Caramel Banofee Galettes exist and you literally have the recipe at your finger tips? It’s also the second installment of Yum of the Month, so I’m in a pretty good mood! The theme this month is, you guessed, it galettes! A Galette is basically a free form pie, all the goodness of pie without the need for a dish – you just roll the pastry out, pile on your filling and then fold the edges over. It creates an easy, rustic looking pie. Totally cute and totally delicious – I love them! How about you?