After my last cake recipe seemed to go down pretty well I thought it was only right to do another one and tempt you with some more sweet-tooth goodness.
This one really is a once-in-a-while treat as it's definitely not the healthiest, but sure is tasty!
It's a variation on the Dutch Almond Boterkoek, a rich sweet treat. I got the recipe from Claire and loved it instantly! I have also converted the measurements so they are metric friendly - so us brits don't have to worry about cups and ounces confusion.
In this week's post I thought I'd bring you slightly left-field and show you my top completely un-glamourous beauty favourites.
We like to talk/read/lust over gorgeous packaging and luxurious beauty and make-up picks (I'm looking at you Tom Ford!) but every now and then our focus needs to shine on the bog-standard.
I say bog-standard but these little gems are nothing but amazing! The three product's I love are very popular and rightly so, not anything to scream & shout about ala Britney but really do their job pretty darn well if I do say so.
If you are into or even remotely interested in pop culture, fashion art & dance you may like any one of these films. I must admit I am not the greatest fan of all documentaries but I really believe about learning of our past and the journeys of significant and creative folk.
This is one of my favourite cake recipes of all-time, its a classic! I think it goes perfectly with a good ol' cuppa and its relatively quick & easy. I have never shared my baking exploits on this blog before even though its something I do all the time!
Of course the recipe is adaptable to a certain extent (e.g I love cinnamon so I always add extra, like-wise to make it slightly healthy-er I don't go for full-fat cream cheese & use olive oil as its better for you than sunflower I think) so obviously if you have allergies etc. you can change it up to suit you.