Vegan Recipe- Sticky Apple Strudel Cake

Woooo Vegan! I am definitely not a vegan but it’s great for the planet so I made literally the easiest Vegan cake recipe ever! I made up this recipe to use up a tonne of gross fluffy apples that my family were never going to eat and it turned out pretty damn good. Firstly, you…

Review- Shuang Shuang

This restaurant is fantastic! Ok so I realise this is a little strange but I had a really great experience here! If you’re feeling a little adventurous, you can sit downstairs and cook your own ramen with ingredients going round on a little conveyor belt, which looks really cool. If you’re a little more conservative/ completely…

Review- Emmeline Café

Emmeline is a very small café(ish) tucked away in Stokes Croft. I say café(ish) because it actually also sells plants, not just like a florist, but like its own strange little jungle. This small unassuming shop is fit-to-bust with miniature cacti and succulents. If you can put it in a terrarium, they got it. As…

Clean Eating Raspberry Jam- Recipe

This is by far the easiest healthy recipe I have ever made or used, and actually tastes really good! It is also fairly cheap, you don’t have to use that many chia seeds and all the other ingredients are easily accessible at your local supermarket! To save money I always use frozen raspberries instead of…

Raspberry and Coconut loaf- Recipe

I made his with my lovely friend Georgi (we met at work but both recently quit hehe) its a fairly cheap recipe and could be made vegan by replacing the eggs with substitute. Its quite dense and warming but its got lovely fresh raspberries which makes me look forward to the summer (something we all…

How to make Juice- Recipe

Juice is everywhere these days but there is definitely a right way and a wrong way of doing it. Juice is inherently not  as good for you as eating whole fruits and vegetables, it lacks any basic fibre which you need to stay fit and healthy. However, I like most people struggle to get all…

Review- Falafel King

The Falafel King Bristol has long been one of my favourite places to eat in Bristol and I thought I would review it for you guys. It’s a local restaurant with two venues in Bristol, one in Cotham Hill just off Whiteladies Road and a small food truck in the city centre next to the…

Tutorial- How to make the most from fundraising bake sales

So it may seem the most obvious thing on the planet but trust me, an entire year of charity fundraising definitely taught me the tips and tricks for squeezing every penny out of a bake sale. Here are my absolute top tips that I wish I had known: 1.Reduce your costs. Seems obvious but you…

Review- The HY Brasil, Music Club

The HY Brasil is a newly opened bar, restaurant and music club on Corn Street Bristol in the premises that used to be Start the Bus. No, I’m not miss-spelling the name, the club has nothing Brazilian about it, it’s actually named after a mythical ‘ghost island’ off the coast of Ireland. Usually I’m not…

Restaurant Review – Boston Tea Party

Boston Tea Party or BTP as it’s sometimes known is an independent British café chain that has no less than three cafés open in my home city of Bristol. It has quickly become one of my favourite places to find breakfast. Although the cafés in Clifton Village and on White Ladies Road are lovely my…

How to eat Chia seeds when you hate them

Chia seeds seem to be the flavour of the month at the moment and I eat them all the time, but I have to admit when I first tried them I thought I was going to die. Chia seeds are not so much an acquired taste, but an acquired texture. To begin with you’re just…