Breakfast at Tiffany’s is a Rose and Raspberry cocktail, made with Belvedere vodka, rose liqueur, lemon juice, raspberry syrup, and an egg white. It’s sweet, slightly floral, and a little bit tart. This Rose and Raspberry cocktail is an easy, elegant drink to serve at any celebration, or for a pre-dinner cocktail.
Confession time, I’ve never actually seen the movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s! I know, it’s appalling. It’s just one of those movies I’ve always meant to see, but never actually gotten around to it. I will get there one day, I am sure. In the mean time, I will just sip on these delicious Breakfast at Tiffany’s cocktails and be happy I at least have these amazing rose and raspberry cocktails in my life!
This is, hands down, the BEST Chocolate Buttercream Frosting, ever! It’s smooth, fluffy, creamy, and oh so chocolatey. My special “secret ingredient” really takes it to the next level. Once you’ve tried this recipe, you’ll never turn back!
The best chocolate buttercream frosting, bold claim huh?
I don’t make that claim lightly, I genuinely believe there is no better chocolate buttercream frosting on this good earth. Of course, I’m always willing to taste test others… you know, to be sure, for science.
This Gluten Free Granola is packed full of five different types of nuts, raw cacao nibs, raisins and peanut butter. It has tonnes of protein from almonds, brazil nuts, pecans, peanuts and hazelnuts and is sweetened with pure maple syrup, this is a breakfast option that will fill you up until lunch time, tastes totally delicious, and is easy and quick to make ahead! It’s also naturally gluten free and vegan (just make sure you’re using gluten-free certified oats, as some oats are processed with wheat). What more could you want from a breakfast? Watch the recipe video now!
If you follow me on instagram , you may have seen that I started a diet this week (or a “lifestyle change” as my BFF would make me say!) and that diet is Weight Watchers. I did it last year and lost over 30lbs, which was pretty awesome (and my BFF has lost 53lb and counting since September ’16!!). I didn’t get to my goal weight though and I kind of fell off track, and I’ve put about 5lb of that weight back on. Which isn’t really a big deal, I’m not all that unhappy with my weight. However, I do want to eat healthier and not put so much processed crap in my body, and losing a little weight would be nice too!
Gluten Free Yeast-Raised Donuts that are crazy delicious! That’s right, these donuts are yeast-raised, fluffy and just as delicious as their gluten-filled sisters – and I will talk you through all the easy steps to get perfect gluten free yeast-raised donuts every time, with only a 30 minutes rising time! If that wasn’t good enough already, they have a margarita cheesecake filling and are rolled in lime sugar. Totally yummy, easy and perfect for Cinco de Mayo.
Plus a FREE printable cheat sheet to help you in the kitchen!
Y’all, I love donuts. Is there anybody who doesn’t love donuts. And look, I love cutting down on some calories with baked donuts as much as the next guy but if I’m having a serious donut craving it’s gotta be deep fried or it just won’t cut it. Since developing a gluten intolerance, real fried donuts have felt pretty much off limits. I mean, how often do you see gluten free donuts in a bakery? And adding the gluten free challenge to the yeast beast? Gah, scary, right?! Well, that’s what I thought. But I’m happy to admit I was very wrong!
These Gluten Free Triple Peanut Blondies are chock full of delicious peanut goodness, with peanut flour, peanut butter and peanuts in their original form. They’re chewy, moist and absolutely yummy – a peanut lover’s dream! They’re so easy to make, so give them a try today – you won’t be sorry!
Do you ever feel like you’re constantly playing catch up and never on top of your to-do list? That’s pretty much a constant state for me, but lately it seems to be getting worse! Even with some time off work recently and quite a few four day weeks (yay for bank holidays!), I just feel like I never have enough time to get things done for the blog. On top of all the recipe development, baking, photography and writing, there always seems to be something new to add to the list for the behind-the-scenes stuff – I think I need a personal assistant whose only job is to kick me up the butt to get going with these things! Any takers?! Don’t get me wrong, I’m not really complaining, I love doing the blog, it’s just hard to stay on top of everything! I’m sure I’m not the only one who feels like this, whether it’s in regards to blogging, work life, home life, all of the above! There’s just never enough hours in the day, is there?