No bake, Christmas treat's!

I LOVE baking it’s my biggest hobby but there are so many Christmas occasions where I’m normally asked to bake something.... namely the school fayre. So I thought of a little cheat way to still give some festive treats.

Maybe you also haven’t got time, or hate baking or let’s face it, the stress and mess with kids but decorating is the best bit right? 

Well here you go.

All you need is:

A selection of biscuits we went for:
  • Tea cakes, coconut rings and white Oreos.
  • Sweeties, like dolly mixtures and strawberry laces.
  • Festive sprinkles.
  • Icing.
  • Green butter cream, made up by beating:
60g butter.
250g icing sugar.
Green food colouring - choose how dark you want. 

Tea cakes/ Christmas Pudding.

Just add a dollop of white icing and some sweetie holly.

Festive Wreath.

Take a coconut ring and spread some green buttercream on. I used a piping bag for some but spreading was just as good. Add festive sprinkles straight away. 

Snowman Biscuits.

Take a white Oreo (Any round biscuit with white icing spread on it would do)
Make a face with:
Stick on 2 eyes.
Make ear muffs with dolly mixtures and sweet laces. 
I chopped up an orange sweet to make a carrot nose. 

I think they look really cute. The boys loved making them. Perfect for any Christmas occasion.


THE Hot Chocolate Station #recipe


My most popular blog to date!

 I posted it on a Friday night after years of making it for family and friends by Tuesday the views were in the millions and by Sunday It was in the National News! I haven't tasted better hot chocolate if I do say so my self and it is sooo popular. I get asked to share it a million times every festive season so here it is. Re post below....


Brownie Recipe.

Who doesn't love Brownies?! I made this recipe years ago and it is still a very firm favourite. The peanut butter version is below but today I decided to go plain brownie with a MEGA loaded top...the only danger is trying not to eat the full batch. Ideal with a cuppa, a bake sale or a pressie. Go go.....


Fluffy Brows #review

Over the years my brows have been abused by many people, including me! They are no longer sisters, in fact I don't even think they are cousins and need some serious help. I have had HD brows a few years ago but wasnt blown away. I've been considering Microblading for a while but it's a big commitment/expense and I'm not sure I'm ready for it yet. I came across Fluffy Brows by chance but I'm so glad I did.

So if you don't know Fluffy Brows are the hottest trend, one step down from Microblading but like HD Brows on steroids. They correct asymmetrical eyebrows, give volume for fuller looking brows while helping hairs growing in different directions.

It will give you perfect brows that stay in shape for 6-10wks via setting lotion. The treatment takes about 45mins sitting back relaxing and includes. 

Brow Mapping
Brow wax and thread

I literally cant believe the difference in my brows just look at the before and after pics! I got my done at HT Lashes costing £45, Hannah did an awesome job and will definitely have it done again.

Have you tried it?