STELLA McCARTNEY python print dress / Black striped sweater / Acne Studios oversized black sweater / Uniqlo stand collar blouse / Jaeger full skirt, $250 / Kenzo shorts / Haider Ackermann wide leg trousers, $450 / Blue pumps, $215 / Gianvito Rossi red suede pumps, $705 / Casadei narrow shoes, $885 / Casadei leather pumps
Wednesday, 5 March 2014
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Monochrome Decor & Pop of Colour
Desire to Inspire
Alexander McQueen Embellished Crepe Jacket
Street Style: Statement Coat
Saturday, 1 March 2014
Thursday, 27 February 2014
Wholemeal Cinnamon Pancakes
Wholemeal Flour (2 Cups)
(I could only get my hands on self-raising wholemeal flour)
Almond Milk (2 Cups)
Butter (2 Tablespoons)
Honey (1 Cup)
Baking Powder (1 Teaspoon)
Cinnamon (1 Tablespoon)
(I bought mine from Tesco, it had Blueberries, Blackberries, Grapes and Strawberries)
Maple Syrup (As much as you like!)
As usual, I did not take any measurements, I have a tendency to guess as I go along, however the measurements above should be close enough.
This recipe is really simple. I prepared the dry ingridients (flour, cinnamon and baking powder), and the wet ingridients (milk, honey and egg) separately, before mixing them together. I enlisted the help of my younger sister for mixing it all together.
Once you have mixed all the ingridients, leave the batter to rest for a few minutes. Whilst waiting, heat up the pan, preferably a non stick pan, and add a little butter.
Once the butter has melted, add a ladle of the mixture to the pan. Once the pancakes start to bubble, the pancakes are ready to flip!
Serve with some fresh fruits, maple syrup and enjoy!