Monday, 4 April 2016

White Chocolate, Raspberry and Almond Milk Muffins

Hello lovely people, this is my recipe for some delicious muffins, that are extremely tasty and are low in calories compared to normal muffins! It's a super easy recipe so, enjoy the yummy chunks of white chocolate and the explosion from the raspberry's. Beauties, this recipe has almond milk in which is a refreshing substitute to cows milk - it is lower in calories, and provides you with lot's of good' stuff. Enjoy the crisp top to these muffins which is topped with a sprinkling of poppy seeds!

Ingredients. (Makes 12)

400g Self-Raising Flour
200g Golden Sugar
250ml Almond Milk
3 Eggs
100g Raspberry's 
150g White Chocolate 
Small bag Poppy Seeds 
12 Muffin Cases

Gorgeous people, Preheat your oven to 180 degrees (fan), 200 degrees (normal), layer the muffin tin with your cases, and your first step is to crack all 3 eggs into a large mixing bowl...

... with the eggs pour into the bowl 250ml of Almond Milk, whisk together until combined, then add in the 200g of Golden Sugar, and whisk for several minuets until the mixture has slightly thickened...

... add the 400g of flour ...

... whisk the flour, until the mixture is smooth ...

... break up the white chocolate into small pieces and throw into the muffin mixture, then throw in the Raspberry's ...

... fold in the white chocolate and raspberry's and carefully by using two spoons, transfer the mixture into the 12 muffin cases, lightly sprinkle the poppy seeds ontop ...

... place in the oven for 30-35 minutes until the tops of the muffins are golden, leave to cool and enjoy the yummy muffins you lovely people.

I'll talk soon beautiful people.


Sunday, 3 April 2016

Outfit of the 'Workday'

Hello, beautiful individuals, I am presenting you with one of my favorite workin' outfits. I obviously go to college, but I still dress smart (as if i'm a working woman). I am personally someone who expresses many fashion styles, so when i'm going to college, I love to really push colour, and try to use bold prints within what i'm wearing. I don't tend to wear much of my 'work wear' outside of college time, as I really like to mix my fashion styles up. 

Illustration by myself - Elizabeth Maria Goodrick

Rusty Red Fitted Jacket - Zara 
Black A-Line skirt - Topshop 
Mixed striped shirt - Missguided 
Black industrial shoes - Topshop 
Gorgeous People, I love this outfit for many reasons, but mainly for the flattering dynamic of the overall look. Firstly the parallel striped shirt leads the eye towards the waist, where the A-Lined skirt nicely sits, which makes the eye think your waist is smaller. The solid black skirt follows through to then meet the black tights (I wear tights in the cold English weather, but once it's warm enough, don't wear them if you feel comfortable enough). Lastly I then wear a bold rusty red Jacket to break all the black colours up, I finish by wearing industrial black leather shoes, which balances the black colours together. 

Lovelies, I tend to wear striking and smart clothes for college, as it expresses my personality - I do purely creative subjects as well, so I also think that by expressing a mixture of print and colour is important for me creatively. Colour and print is a massive part of the fashion industry, but I feel that many people of my age group are too afraid the push their own boundary's when it comes to it, so beauties don't be afraid to wear a bold colour or a geometrical print - release your inner colour thoughts, to express your own personality.  

I'll talk soon beautiful people.

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