Saying goodbye to summer

So, unfortunately, summer is coming to its end. It’s really tragic, I know, I’m actually two weeks away from going back to school and, honestly, I’m not ready hahaha!

To “celebrate” the end of summer, I baked this gorgeous, fruity and summery cake. This Peach Carrot cake with Cream Cheese frosting is from Call me Cupcake blog, you can find it here.

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Although I’m not ready for the routine to start again, after summer comes autumn and, after that, christmas. And those, are my favorite seasons and I can’t wait to Deck the halls!

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I hope you’ve had an amazing summer and a very chill return to whatever you do!

Marta x

 

 

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Honey Yoghurt Berry Popsicles

I know I’ve been out for months but, in my excuse, I’m like an animal, I have to hibernate. Now that’s summer I can come back to life.DSC_2811

Talking serious now, I haven’t blogged in soooo long, I had uni and a quite changing life decision to make, which I have made, and I didn’t feel inspirited enough to write, so sorry!

I’m re-starting as I first did, with a recipe! I’m not a massive fan of ice creams, I can’t eat them actually (I’m lactose intolerant), but as the heat rises I wanted something cold and tasty for my mouth. These popsicles are made with seasonal berries and so delicious!

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Ingredients (For 4 popsicles):

(I actually used lactose-free yoghurt)

  • 1 cup of greek yoghurt (I mixed normal and strawberry yoghurt)
  • 1/2 cup of raw honey
  • 1/2 cup of mixed berries
  • Some mint (optional)

Method:

  1. Mix in a bowl both yoghurts and honey.
  2. Fold the berries and mint (in small pieces).
  3. Pour into popsicles molds and freeze over night.

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Hope you liked them. Please leave a comment with your opinion. I want to do a Q&A soon, leave a question too!

Love x