Sometimes when the afternoon comes nothing else will do but cake. Yesterday at work we were all struggling to get through the afternoon so I treated my work colleagues to a huge raspberry ripple cheese cake.
This really was heavenly and exactly what we all needed to see us through the rest of the shift.
All this week other than loving the little rays of sunshine, despite it being chilly I have been enjoying some lovely food too.
Despite the sunshine it has felt a little cold in the mornings still. Usually I would have eaten the chopped apples as they were but instead I warmed them in the microwave and dusted them with cinnamon and topped them with coconut cream.
It seems that I am addicted to apples as a side to other things which is something that I hadn’t really noticed before. I’ve had them chopped with a homemade apple and cinnamon hot cross bun topped with butter and blueberry jam.
I also love apples dusted with cinnamon and scrambled eggs, yum!
Honestly I haven’t been apples all week! For lunch the other day at work I mixed some smoked salmon with some Greek yoghurt for a topping on my baked sweet potato with a salad. Despite how simple this lunch was it was surprisingly tasty!
These plain oats made with water topped with baby figs (on offer in Sainsbury’s, almond butter and local honey comb was delicious. I’m so happy that figs are around again!
A very busy and productive week spiked with tasty and nutritious food, I love week’s like these. I hope you all have a lovely weekend!
What are you favorite ways to eat apples?
Do you have a go-to afternoon pick me up? The cheesecake made for a lovely treat, but usually I like to have tea with a Nakd bar, nuts, fruit or carrots dipped in almond butter.