Monday, 13 October 2014

Blogtober | Favourite Blogger Recipes

autumn canterbury
Happy Blogtober day 13!

What I've been doing
It finally feels like Autumn! The leaves have started falling and the weather has gotten colder. Nothing beats the feeling of walking outside to a nice cool breeze. This photo was taken yesterday on my trip to Tesco to buy snacks to help me feel better. I still feel a little worse for wear, but I'm getting through it one mug of lemsip at a time. 

I've been taking it easy today. I'm done a tiny bit of uni work and then spent the rest of the day in bed. Mopping round the house all day feels acceptable now I'm ill, and I just want to relax so I feel better ASAP. 

I posted a Boots and Superdrug haul earlier today, if you missed it you can see all my recent makeup purchases here

Autumn recipes 
Today's Blogtober prompt is 'my favourite fall recipe' but as I'm not much of a chef, I thought I would just share with you some of the recipes I want to attempt this Autumn. All the recipes are from other fellow bloggers (sharing the love an' all), and just to warn you, they are not very Autumn related. Just yummy looking food I wanna stuff my face with. So here you have the ultimate bloggers cook book... 

Sommer | Chocolate Butterfly Cupcakes 


Helen | Black Cherry Bakewell Tart 


Olivia | English Breakfast Muffins 


Nouvelle Daily | Spicy Noodle Soup 

As the weather gets colder I tend to crave comfort foods more and more. I love warm pies, soups and of course cake. I could really do with the noodle soup and a nice chocolate cake right now. If only. 

So there are my recipes picks. I definitely want to try all of these as they all seem easy to make (which is definitely key to a kitchen noob like me), as well as looking delicious. What are your favourite recipes to eat in the Autumn? Will you be trying out any of these ones? 

Helene in Between Blogtober

If you missed yesterdays Blogtober, you can find out my best advice ever here. 
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