The Cake. 😍 Completely destroyed by the Frenchman’s family this afternoon haha 🤭🤭🤭😋👍I roasted rhubarb and then placed this on top of a lightly scented lemon cake before baking. I loved how the top looked so much that I left it exposed stacking two layers with frosting perfumed with fresh ginger. It was light, perfectly moist and hinted with a lovely tartness from the rhubarb. Just divine! I’ll put the recipe on my blog soon! 🍰ANNOUNCEMENT! I will be changing my instagram handle soon to my name 👍👍👍
Just harvested hour and half ago , baked with coconut sugar and homemade vanilla extract.... so delicious, we are so lucky to able to grow own organic veg , thank you #motherearth#organic#rhubarb
To mark the #royalwedding we asked our @contact_teas guests and volunteers to bring photos of their #weddings as a celebration and share their #memories with us. A wonderful tea and lots of great stories of happy occasions and beyond. One guest who married his wife in 1947, described how, with few petrol stations open and petrol on ration, they’d had to save coupons to buy petrol over some time, taking with them a gallon jerry can and 4 bottles of petrol in the boot to get them from north Norfolk to Great Yarmouth, 60 miles away, where they were going for their honeymoon. The 1932 #MorrisMinor car broke down frequently on the way and he had to make repairs as they went along. When they got to the guest house, the proprietor didn’t believe they were actually married and insisted on giving them separate rooms. Once he was finally persuaded that they should be allowed to share a bed, they found a large bunch of #rhubarb hidden under the covers. Some kind of joke, it seems. They shared a bathroom with four others and the loo was down the garden. That was the life.
Bjöd in släkten på lite vårfika. Fick ihop en paj på mördegsbotten, vaniljkräm, rabarber och massa jordgubbar 🍓
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Good morning! Who would have a piece of cake for breakfast before going to a wedding? Probably nobody...
But fruits, oats and nuts sound like a perfectly nutritious meal to me, so let’s have a big piece of this healthy rhubarb tart this morning. So excited to see the beautiful bride later! 💕
100g coconut oil
160g almond flour (by-product when making you own almond milk)
160g quick oats
2 tbsp coconut sugar
Preheat oven to 200c/350f.
Use your blender to make the base by simply pulsing the ingredients a few times. Press into a tart or pie dish. Cut the rhubarb into small pieces and place on the crust. Sprinkle with coconut sugar and bake for 45 minutes.