Check out these amazingly delicious sweet treats I picked up on Saturday! After spotting their Facebook post I made sure that Layer Cake in Lisburn was on our to do list for Saturday, even if the other half thought I was mad driving Lurgan to Lisburn, back to Lurgan and home later to Bangor. They … Continue reading Mmm, delicious!
Time for an Easter throw back. Crazy to think it was only last year I actually had the time to make these fab wee Easter cupcakes! They were so much fun to make, trying out new ideas and techniques and for once this little miss baking OCD was happy with how they turned out, so … Continue reading HAPPY EASTER!
The Dainty Bow Bakery is a home-run business, based in Bangor County Down, owned by Baker and Cake Designer Ruth McKibben. Ruth has recently turned her dream into a reality by taking the plunge and opening up her business. I decided to ask Ruth a few questions about her business. THE INTERVIEW Where did your … Continue reading The Dainty Bow Bakery
A couple of months ago I came across a fabulous Australian blogger Fat Mum Slim, I love her blog posts and follow her on facebook and instagram. At the start of March I spotted the picture above and decided that I would do her photo challenge and I was determined to definitely finish it! I … Continue reading #FMSPhotoadayChallenge
It's the start of my birthday week like I have said, and what better way to start than afternoon tea at my favourite dessert place Treat Boutique with my best friend?! Well that is how we spent Saturday, the sun was shining, Spring clothes were on and we were booked in for a lovely treat! Our afternoon tea . … Continue reading Tea in the afternoon
Check out my homemade shamrock cupcakes! Two years ago I decided to attempt to make these bad boys for St Paddy's day, they don't look the best but they did taste good! Using the normal cupake tin and cases I put 3 marbles in at the edges to make the shamrock shape and used green food colouring … Continue reading Eat green like the Irish
McCartney's of Moira is actually somewhere I've been going since I was a small child. Trips up to Moria with my Nana, Papa, Mum and brother when we were children were always finished off by my Mum and my Nana calling into McCartney's for some meat to bring home (usually their award winning sausages). Ever … Continue reading Mc Cartney’s of Moria