Recipe For Wholesome, Homemade Fruit Loaf


Day 3 of my healthy recipe sharing and this particular one is a family favourite. Me, my mother and my grandmother LOVE fruit loaf!

I had to browse the internet and cook books for recipes most like the way I bake my fruit loaf but with measurements as I don’t always measure my ingredients because I like to experiment in the kitchen. This recipe is the most similar, simplest and probably the tastiest that I could find.

So here it is…the recipe for a lovely fruit loaf! Enjoy 🙂 Continue reading

Recipe For Courgette and Seed Muffins


So it’s 3 days until the Olympic Torch is in my hometown and today is the first day of my Olympic inspired, healthy recipe sharing.

I came across this recipe from the famous Eric Lanlard’s-Baking Mad with Eric Lanlard. I wonder if this can make a healthy breakfast for those athletes? If not, it’s a healthy enough breakfast for me! 🙂

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Are The Olympics Inspiring You?


Saturday 30th June- The Olympic Torch will be in my city, Birmingham! 🙂 To celebrate this why not bake an Olympics inspired cake? Or cookies? Or even cake pops?!

For the first time I’m going to share a variety of recipes to use for the occassion and because it’s the Olympics, let’s keep it healthy! 

From Wednesday 27th June, at 2pm every afternoon until Saturday 30th June, I’ll share a different recipe for baked goods. 

Until then, happy baking! 🙂 xx

Save The Guilt Trip


Ever avoided a cake shop because you’re worried about the calories?

We’ve all done it at some point. Calculating how many calories we have spare today, whether we can fit in a cheeky bite or not. Well it doesn’t always have to be so difficult, especially if you bake it yourself!

There are so many ingredients in cakes that can be substituted, reduced or Continue reading