Hi lovelies, and welcome back! I’ll be showing you a lovely thyme-scented blueberry tart recipe, today. This post is in collaboration with Marks & Spencer’s, and I just want to say a big thanks to them for working with me! I’m very excited to bring you this blog post. M&S have challenged me to recreate some of their recipes involving fresh berries, and today I’ll be bringing you this lovely tart!
This is the most popular pudding I’ve ever made for my family. My dad in particular loves this blueberry tart recipe, and says it’s the best tart he’s ever had. (He’s in his 50s, so hopefully this speaks volumes to the quality of the dessert.) Usually tarts, especially store bought, can be very sickly sweet or too sour. This tart, however, isn’t either of those – there’s such a great balance between the ingredients, and it’s so fresh and delicious!
Hi lovelies, I’m back with another recipe! I love a chunky potato salad, and I had a great one at work the other week, so I thought I’d try and create a lovely, creamy curried potato salad at home!
It’s only slightly curried (with one teaspoon of curry powder) so it’s not something that is overwhelming, but if it isn’t for you then you can remove this ingredient, and still make an amazing sauce! If you’re vegan, you could also replace the salad cream and mayo with a plant-based mayo as well.
Let’s kick this recipe off with the ingredients you will need!
I visited the Pop Up Geeks again, and this time round they had a Rick and Morty themed cocktail bar! I love Rick and Morty, and when I first met my boyfriend that was one of the first things we talked about – so it was a definite that I was dragging him with me to check it out!
If you haven’t read about my last visit with the Pop Up Geeks, you can read about it here. They were doing a Harry Potter theme called Perilous Potions, and it was amazing! Now, onto Rick and Morty…
This is another recipe from The Body Coach, specially his fat loss cookbook. I thought this would have a crunchy consistency, but it was actually quite soft having mixed the popcorn in with the melted chocolate.
Even so, I really enjoyed it so I thought I would share with you guys, too!
I recently had a bit of a baking frenzy and made a couple of different things (banana bread, these energy balls, and a chocolate popcorn recipe that should be up next week). Two of these are recipes from The Body Coach, specifically his fat loss cookbook. I’ve always want to try energy balls as they look so easy to make, and I’m glad I chose The Body Coach’s cashew energy balls!
They have dates and coconut in them, both of which I love! They’re very quick to make and all you need is a food blender, or I used a nutri-bullet and it worked really well.