silicone tray

Moana Coconut Cupcakes

Yields 16-18 cupcakes

The things you’ll need

  • 1 cup all purpose flour
  • ½ cup cake flour
  • 1 ¼ teaspoons baking powder
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup sugar
  • ½ cup butter, at room temperature
  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • ½ cup + 2 tablespoons coconut milk
  • ¾ cup sweetened shredded coconut
  • White frosting in a decorating bag fitted with large plain tip
  • Red buttercream frosting in a decorating bag fitted with #2 tip
  • Fine shred coconut, lightly toasted
  • Large mixing bowl
  • Medium mixing bowl
  • Hand mixer with beaters
  • Rubber spatula
  • Light blue silicone cupcake liners
  • Cupcake tray
  • Ice cream scoop

Let’s get started!

  1. Preheat oven to 350°F.
  2. In a medium bowl, whisk together the flours, baking powder and salt until well combined.
  3. In a large bowl, use a hand mixer to beat butter and sugar until light and fluffy.
  4. Add egg and vanilla extract and mix well. Scrape down the sides of the bowl as needed.
  5. On low speed, alternate adding the flour mixture and the milk to the butter mixture, beginning and ending with the flour mixture.
  6. Gently fold in shredded coconut.
  7. Scoop batter about 2/3 full into silicon cupcake liners and bake for 14 to 16 minutes.

Time to decorate!

  1. Once the cupcakes have cooled completely, pipe on white frosting and then roll in toasted coconut.
  2. Use a #2 tip to pipe the symbol of the Heart of Te Fiti on top of each cupcake.
  3. TaDa! These Moana Coconut Cupcakes are a treat for the gods!

I covered Monster Clay, my new favorite clay, here. The one down side, is it comes in five pound blocks. That’s great if you’re working on a mask or such, but for my scale that’s far too large to want to deal with. On top of that, scrapping it up and warming it to use is hard on my hand.

To make my life easier, I’ve melted some if it down into easier to use blocks!

Read about it below the cut!

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I’m never above cheap activization, so I snagged some ideas from @salty-sighthounds puppy play pen video with silicone ice cube trays as puzzle feeders, except my trays are hard plastic, and I mixed wet food with warm water and froze them instead.
One tray is about a meal for Sparta, becuase she eats less and is the easiest to calculate for.

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I own a lot of cool and random shit, not limited to 20 different shaped silicone mold trays. Some of them I made myself, but this one was a purchase from the lego store a few years ago. I tend to use them to make chocolates but they appear to work well for hard candy too.

Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes with Cinnamon Cream Cheese Frosting

Yields 1 dozen cupcakes

The things you’ll need


  • 1 ¾ cup all purpose flour
  • 1 ½ teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
  • ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • ½ teaspoon sea salt
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • ¼ teaspoon baking soda
  • ½ cup sugar
  • ½ cup packed light brown sugar
  • ½ cups oil
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 cup pumpkin puree
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 8 ounces cream cheese at room temperature
  • ½ cup butter
  • 2 ½ cup sifted powdered sugar
  • Pinch of salt
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
  • ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 2 large mixing bowls
  • Medium mixing bowl
  • Whisk
  • 2 rubber spatulas
  • Electric mixer
  • 2 sets of whisk attachments
  • Baking sheet lined with parchment paper
  • Ice cream scoop
  • Cupcake tray
  • Orange silicone liners
  • Decorating bag fitted with a #849 tip
  • Pumpkin candies

Let’s get Started!

  1. Preheat oven to 350ºF.
  2. In a medium mixing bowl, whisk together flour, spices, salt, baking powder, and baking soda. Set aside.
  3. In a large mixing bowl, use a hand mixer to combine the sugars, oil, pumpkin, eggs and vanilla extract until smooth. Fold in dry ingredients until just combined.
  4. Scoop batter into lined cupcake tray about ¾ full. Bake for 20 to 22 minutes. Allow to fully cool before frosting.
  1. Use a hand mixer to beat cream cheese and butter until light and fluffy. Add in powdered sugar, salt, vanilla and cinnamon and mix until smooth.

Time to decorate!

  1. Scoop frosting into a decorating bag fitted with a #849 tip. Pipe two swirls on top of each other and top with a pumpkin candy.
  2. Ta-da! Pumpkin cupcakes with cinnamon cream cheese frosting!

anonymous asked:

Sorry if this is weird but do you know any stores (Walmart, target, meijer etc.) that sell things that can count as stim toys ( parents won't let me go to any stim websites )

Anon, offline stores sell a surprising amount of toys that work just fine as stim toys. These sorts of toys are at least two thirds of my own stim kit/collection. The increasing availability of fidget cubes and spinners only makes this even easier!

All of the stores you mentioned will stock stimmy things, so I’ll approach this ask on a general rather than specific basis by listing the sorts of things I’ve found in dollar and department stores and where I’ve found it. You can check the tags for each store (Walmart | Target | Meijer) to see what has been posted previously on this blog. You can also check out this ask on household stim toys and this ask on classroom stim toys for some good ideas. Aussie/NZ department store K-Mart has a really fabulous range of stimmy toys, so you might like to check out our tag for toy ideas.

This list will be prefaced by the fact that I am Australian and my knowledge is based on the toys I’ve found locally (regional Victoria and Melbourne) and the content I’ve seen in other dollar, discount, department and gift shops on my travels around Australia. However, I suspect that, in Western countries at least, the content of one’s discount shop isn’t like to be that wildly different.

I’ve included components for DIY toys as well, in case you want to explore making your own toys.

Counter displays: Spinners, fidget cubes

Party Goods: Bouncy balls, jointed snakes, mini plastic slinkies, mini stress balls/sports balls, bubble blowers, hedge balls, hedge creatures.

Toys: Bouncy balls, Play-Doh (real or imitation), Kinetic Sand (real or imitation), plush/soft toy animals (as they are or turned into weighted plush), stress balls, slime, floam, bubbles, slinkies, Rubix Cubes (imitation), dice, puppets, dough cutters and moulds, marbles (for marble mazes and loops, but also for fidgeting), snake puzzles, water snakes.

Baby: Teethers, bath toys, plush animals, facewashers.

Sports: Prickle balls, inflatable sports balls, stretch bands, roller massagers.

Haircare and Makeup: Blending sponges, telephone cord bracelets, makeup brushes, makeup sponges in general.

Jewellery and Accessories: Plush/fluffy keychains, silicone necklaces and bangles, silicone wristbands, silicone keychains, beaded keychains, glitter bracelets, tassel keychains.

Stationery: Packets of keychain/split rings (for beaded pendant necklaces, tutorial forthcoming), puzzle erasers, dice.

Pets: Prickle balls, prickle rings, braided rope, rubber balls.

Cleaning: Dusters, hand mitts (weighted plush), chenille broom covers (weighted plush).

Kitchen: Jars (for glitter jars), cookie cutters (for dough and kinetic sand), textured silicone placemats/pot holders, trays (for dough and kinetic sand), bowls, spatulas, (for storage or making of dough or slime), containers (storage).

Crafts: Glitter (for glitter jars, dough and slime), glue (for glitter jars and slime), fabric (homemade marble mazes and bean bags), pom poms, plastic tub jars (for glitter jars), thread (marble mazes, bean bags and weighed plush), beads (all the fidgets and jewellery with beads).

Homewares: Essential or fragrance oils (weighted plush and bean bags), potpourri and dried lavender heads (weighted plush and bean bags), glass counters (weighted plush, fidgeting).

Groceries: Rice, beans, soup mix (all for weighted plush and bean bags).

I hope this gives you some indication, anon. There will be things I’ve forgotten. The short answer, though, is that there’s plenty of stim toys in department stores. Just take the time to wander through the aisles, if you can, because you’ll be surprised at what you might find!

- Mod K.A.

Vegan PB & J filled donuts

Makes 12 donuts:

2 cups unbleached all purpose flour
1 ½ cup almond milk or other plant milk
½ cup sugar
1 tsp baking powder
½ cup avocado oil
½ tsp almond extract

Preheat oven to 190 degrees Celsius (374 F).
Mix ingredients in a large bowl; for easier mixing and working out lumps, you can use an immersion/stick blender. Grease donut pan and over-pour the dough in such a way that the middles are also covered. This is where you will be placing the jam once they are ready; bake for 15 minutes. Then, begin making the glaze.

PB donut glaze:

½ cup melted coconut oil
5 tbsp PB2 or other powdered peanut butter
½ cup sugar
Toppings: raspberry jam, nuts, desiccated coconut, and/or dried fruit to sprinkle on top.

Combine ingredients until you get a glaze that is not too runny or too thick. If too runny, add more PB2. 

Once donuts have been baked, let them cool for about 10 minutes before you remove them from the pan. Use a soft spatula if you have a non-stick pan, or your hands if you have a silicone tray. 

Dip them into the glaze and sprinkle with nuts of choice. In the middle, add a dollop of jam.

Can You Feel The Love Tonight?

Word Count: 1.6k

Genre: Fluff and sort of domestic I guess

Warnings: None

Summary: It only takes a two hour wait and a couple of disney songs for Dan ad Phil to realise that they’re in love..

Disclaimer: I do not own Dan and Phil as they are their own people with rights to freedom so sadly I can’t keep them locked up in my basement

A/N: I just was having a disney sing-along and heard this and idk Dan and Phil have now infiltrated my childhood. Also I spent five minutes trying to convince my computer that vlogging was a real word, five minutes that I will now never get back. What I do for you people.

The video I named in the fic actually exists and you can check it out here or click here if you want to listen to the actual song this fic is named after


“And now what do we do with our beautiful Easter children Phil?” Dan asked cheekily, holding the silicone tray full of their almost-eatable easter nests up towards the camera.

“You can leave them in a cool place or the fridge.” Phil replied for the fans’ benefit, smiling towards the blinking light that indicated recording.

“A cool place? What my bedroom?” Dan commented sarcastically, letting out a snort of laughter banishing the awkwardness before it had a chance to fully settle in.

“Put them in the fridge.” Phil said, rolling his eyes at Dan before grabbing their little vlogging camera to film a ‘dramatic’ closeup of Dan sliding their chocolate nests into the freezing enclosed space.

As Dan tugged the camera off Phil, starting to comment something about portions while zooming in on the easter nests sitting patiently in the fridge. Phil couldn’t help noticing the way that the flowers threaded onto the cheap flower crown sat so naturally on the crown on Dan’s head. For the first time it struck Phil how beautiful Dan’s hair was, even straightened. Phil shuddered, suddenly having to repress a strange urge to reach out and run his fingers gently through it.

“-we’re just going to CLOSE THE FRIDGE DOOR.” Dan exclaimed loudly, snapping Phil out of his reverie.

Dan lowered the vlogging camera, before turning to Phil, a slight frown appearing on his face, “What?”

“What what?” Phil replied, hoping that the guilt of his thoughts thirty seconds ago wouldn’t shine through his eyes.

“You were staring at me, is my hair off or..” Dan trailed off, his hand unconsciously reaching up to his hair to check it.

Phil let out a short chuckle, grabbing the camera out of Dan’s hands “I’m making sure that you don’t mess up my video, you idiot.”

Dan shrugged, Phil hoped that he’d imagined the flicker of disappointment that seemed to briefly flash in the depths of his copper eyes.

Dan moved over to beside the stove, picking up the bowl where they had melted the chocolate and using the wooden spoon, started to eat the remnants of the now-destroyed chocolate out of the bowl.

“How long do we leave them to cool for?” Dan asked, facing the still-recording camera.

“Leave them to cool for two hours!” Phil replied, excitedly sliding back into shot.

“Two hours?!” Dan exclaimed, “How do you expect me to keep that fridge closed for two hours?”

“I don’t.” Phil replied honestly, “But for the sake of the video I think that you should just keep licking the bowl.”

“Two hours..” Dan muttered, staring off into the distance.

“Or we could have a disney sing-along.” Phil suggested.

“Why the hell would we want to have a disney sing-along?” Dan replied, lifting his eyebrows at Phil.

“My Mum always used to make us sing disney songs whenever something was baking in the oven, I have a theory that the magic within the songs is what made her cooking so good.”

“You’re such a kid.” Dan mumbled, before sliding the bowl into the sink, which was already filling up with dirty dishes from their cooking escapade, before heading out of the kitchen.

“Hey! Where are you going?” Phil called after him.

Dan poked his head back round the kitchen entrance, “I’m getting my laptop so we can actually sing the tunes somewhat close to how they’re supposed to sound.”

“Okay.” Phil replied lamely, leaning back against the counter, waiting for Dan to return.

Dan burst back through the kitchen door only a few seconds later, triumphantly holding up his laptop which he then set upon the counter, opening it he entered youtube’s url, quickly signing out of his danisnotonfire account.

“In case I accidentally click anything.” Dan explained when Phil asked him why he signed out.

Raising his eyebrows incredulously, Phil watched as Dan proceeded to type “best disney songs” into YouTube, scrolling down the results until he finally selected one named “top 30 Disney songs.”

“Are you ready Phil?” Dan asked cheekily, pausing the video before it started for dramatic effect.

“You’re going to have to be the girl in any duets Daniel.” Phil pointed out, smiling.

“Oh god save us.” Dan sarcastically replied, “Do I need to fetch the wig?”

“You’ve got a flower crown, I don’t think that’ll be necessary.”

Dan took off the flower crown, triumphantly placing it on Phil’s head “Ha, not anymore.”

Phil sighed, “Dan? Please shut up and start the video.”.

“Point taken.” Dan replied, cracking his knuckles before hitting play.

“Oh god.” Dan groaned as Under The Sea started to blast its way out of the Mac’s speakers. “I’ll have this stuck in my head for days.”

“That means I’ll have to listen to you hum it terribly for days.” Phil teased.

Dan’s only reply was to launch himself into a very loud, and admittedly quite good impression of Sebastian.

And so they sang their way through every disney song that the video presented them with, Cinderella, Tangled, Sleeping Beauty, Dumbo (Dan had to grab a few tissues to mop up the betraying tears which had rolled down his cheeks), Mulan, Pocahontas, the two of them sang their way through more disney songs than they could ever remember hearing.

They had started waltzing around the room as a joke when “A Tale as Old as Time” from Beauty and the Beast came on, both of them singing it loudly and terribly, cracking up on every second line that rang through the tiny kitchen.

Of course Phil totally didn’t notice the way that Dan’s eyes lit up when they locked with his own, the way Dan’s laugh seemed to rebound around the tiny space, amplifying the joy, the deep carve that Dan’s dimple made in his cheek…

“A Tale as Old as Time.. A Song as Old as Rhyme… Beauty and the Beast…” both of them trailed off as their dance slowed considerably, both of their hearts racing together in sync.

As the jarring notes from the last song on the list blared out, they averted their eyes, both of them blushing considerably.

Dan looked over at the screen, laughing when he realised which film it was from “I can see what’s happening…” he began.

Phil looked up, his hand still locked in Dan’s own and his arm still snaking around Dan’s waist. “And they don’t have a clue!” he exclaimed as loudly as he could, trying to erase all memory of the moment that had just transpired.

“They’ll fall in love and here’s the bottom line…” Dan continued dramatically.

“Our trio’s down to two!” They both sang out, their eyes locking.

“Zhe sweet caress of twilight.” Dan continued in an extremely affected French accent.

“There’s magic everywhere,” Phil hurried, trying not to encourage his racing imagination.

“And with all this romantic atmosphere.” Dan sobbed comically.

“Disaster’s in the air!” they both finished, breaking into giggles as they began to waltz around.

Can you feel the love tonight… the song continued as Dan continued to laugh, somehow moving closer to Phil as though they were two magnets, unable to be separated

Phil couldn’t keep a stupid smile from spreading wide across his face as the song continued, The peace the evening brings… as outside their window, the sun began to set, the air filling with the birds’ evensong.

“The world for once, in perfect harmony.” Dan quietly sang, almost breathlessly.

“With all its living things.” Phil continued in the same quiet tone.

As they continued to waltz around, the dance no longer forced, each step flowing effortlessly into another, each movement bringing them closer and closer than the last until the only parts of them that weren’t touching were their heads.

“He’s holding back, he’s hiding.” Dan whispered in time with the song, his faint breath ghosting over Phil’s lips.

“But what, I can’t decide.” Phil breathed back, he felt like he was falling, his heart in his throat with what felt like a hundred butterflies trying to flutter their way free out of his stomach.

“Why can’t he be the king I know he is,” Dan moved his head forward slightly, so their foreheads were barely brushing, a million volts of electricity seemed to be soaring through Phil at the slight contact.

He wasn’t falling at all, Phil decided desperately trying to get ahold of any sort of coherent thought as the last line rang out in the background, unheard by either of them. No, he wasn’t falling, Phil was flying.

It was impossible to figure out which of them moved first, but suddenly they were kissing, their lips barely brushing past each other and oh god, the butterflies seemed to have broken free, replaced by a golden light that seemed to sear its way through both of them, starting from their connected lips.

Can you feel the love tonight?

You needn’t look far.

Stealing through the night’s uncertainties.

Love is where they are.

As the song finished, so did the unspeakable euphoria that was the contact between them, they both pulled away at the same time, resting their foreheads against one another’s as a calm joy passed between them.

“And if they fall in love tonight.” Dan sang quietly as he changed the words to apply, unable to keep his sun of a smile from his face.

“It can be assumed.” Phil replied the atmosphere in the room filling him up with intoxicating bliss.

“Their carefree days as friends are history.” Dan replied, unable to keep the slight smirk off his face as he changed the words.

“As they whisper I love you.” Phil, finished, smiling back at the changed words, as they move in for another searing kiss in an infinite chain to come.

Costume Quest - Barf Roll-Ups

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With Gourmet Gaming’s first Halloween several years ago we held a vote for which Costume Quest Creepy Treats we should recreate - the winners at the time were the Pizza Sundae, the Mossy Log and the Choconana. With the release of Costume Quest 2 we felt it was only right we pick one of the runner ups of that vote as part of our current seasonal posts! Stealthily healthy and super sour, Barf Roll-Ups have Halloween covered.

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Lemon Shortbread

These buttery cookies are a life saver when you need something quick and easy to take to a picnic or potluck. They are filled with refreshing lemon flavor, and they can be rolled and cut into any of your favorite festive designs. 

SERVINGS: 21, 2 ½-inch cookies

15 minutes prep + 40 minutes refrigeration, 16 minutes baking.

1 cup unsalted butter, softened
1 cup confectioner’s sugar (powdered sugar)
1 teaspoon almond extract
Zest of 2 Paramount Citrus lemons
¼ teaspoon Paramount Citrus lemon juice
¼ teaspoon salt
2 cups unbleached, all-purpose flour


1. Preheat the oven to 325 degrees F. In the bowl of a mixer fitted with a paddle attachement, cream the butter and powdered sugar together on medium to medium-high for 60 to 90 seconds. Scrape the sides of the bowl as needed.

2. With the mixer on low add the almond extract, lemon zest, lemon juice and salt. Slowly mix in the flour until all ingredients are combined.

3. Form the dough into a ball, cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for 30 minutes.

4. Roll the dough on a floured surface to a ¼-inch thickness. Cut the cookie dough with a 2 ½-inch round cookie cutter or your desired shape. Place on an ungreased cookie sheet or a cookie sheet covered in a silicone mat. Refrigerate the tray for 5 minutes.

5. Bake the cookies for 7 to 8 minutes, until firm, but not yet browned. Let cool on the pan for 2 to 3 minutes and transfer to a cooling rack to cool completely.

Vegan Reese’s Hearts

Vegan PB filled dark chocolate hearts! I loved Reeses peanut butter cups when I ate dairy, but I figured a Vegan alternative would be easy to make!!

150g Dark Chocolate (make sure it doesn’t contain dairy)
¼ Cup Smooth Peanut butter.

1. Melt 100g of the chocolate in a small bowl.
2. Spoon into moulds (I used a silicone ice tray), making sure the chocolate is spread on the sides.
3. Freeze for 10 minutes or until solid.
4. Spoon just under a teaspoon of peanut butter into each of the chocolate shells.
5. Melt the remaining 50g of chocolate.
6. Spoon the melted chocolate over the peanut butter to seal the chocolate mould.
7. Freeze for 30 minutes until completely solid.
8. Pop out of the moulds and keep chilled!

You can temper the chocolate in a Bain-Marie if you want to give it a glossy finish- my temperature probe is broken so I didn’t bother this time!

Enjoy! xo

Hello Fall First of all, sorry I’ve been so MIA lately but getting back on a tight schedule with school is always hard the first week and I’ve been sick Anyways I’m making time for Instagram again and starting with these {Chunky Apple Cinnamon Cranberry Muffins}

{For 12 muffins :

-3 flax eggs (3 tablespoon of flaxseed and 3 tablespoon of water), 2 diced red apple + ¼ cup for topping, 3 cups flour (you can use gluten free flour of course), ¾ cup of applesauce (I used apple and pear for this one cause I ran out of apple), 6 tablespoon of soy milk (or non dairy milk), ¼ cup of white grape juice, 3 tablespoon of vegetable oil, 6 teaspoons of brown sugar, 2 tablespoon of baking powder, 1 ½ tablespoon of cinnamon (I’m a huge cinnamon fan but you can use less if you think that’s too much),  2 teapsoon of spices (nugtmeg, ginger, cloves), 2 handful of cranberries or raisins.

Preheat the oven to 180°C (350°F). In a glass or very small cup, mix the tablespoons of ground flaxseed with the water. Beat the mixture up with a spoon until all the flaxseed has been covered with water and let it sit while you prepare the other ingredients so it can thicken and gets an egg like texture. Dice the apples and leave the skin if it’s organic and whashed. Put it in a large bowl in which you add the flour, white grape juice, sugar, milk, applesauce, oil, baking powder, spices and cranberries. Stir up a bit and add the flax egg. Strir again until everything is mixed well. Prepare 2 muffin trays with a muffin cups or just use silicone trays (6 and 6 or one of 12 cups) and spoon the mixture onto each cup. Bake in the oven for 20-25mn.

DIY homemade bath bomb

By: Bea

For people obsessed with bath bombs like me, you might want to read this. With $15 worth of products, you should be able to make 9 bath bombs. Instead, at LUSH, 9 bath bombs would cost $54 (not that LUSH isn’t one of the most amazing stores ever, but, it starts getting a bit costly if you like taking baths once a week). Make sure to read the whole D.I.Y. before trying, in case you do something wrong, because it might mess up your entire recipe! If you do end up trying it out send me a message and tell me how it turned out! Keep in mind this is a standard recipe, and it could take you a bit to properly tailor the steps to your specific needs. Have fun! :)

Basic ingredients:

Baking soda (2 cups), citric acid powder (1 cup), salts (1 cup of salts such as: dead sea salt, epsom salt, or any other mineral salt), water (a teaspoon) and any light vegetable oil (3 tablespoons).

Optional ingredients (to make your bath bomb look and smell better):

Food coloring of your choice, a fragrance oil (make sure it’s skin safe), glitter, flower petals, or whatever else floats your boat.


A whisk, two small mixing bowls and a big mixing bowl (glass bowls would be the best, since it doesn’t react to these ingredients), a measuring cup, a measuring spoon, paper towels, a plastic mold for the bath bombs (such as a Christmas ornament mold, an open tennis ball. If you really don’t have any muffin tins or ice cube trays will do, but it might make it a bit harder). 

Step one:

Mix the baking soda, citric acidic powder and salt in a bowl.

Step 2:

In another bowl: mix fragrance oil, vegetable oil, and water (be careful about the water!!! You don’t want to add to much because the bomb will fizz.)

Step 3:

Use the whisk, and one teaspoon at a time, mix the second bowl into the first (because if you pour too much at once it’ll fizz). If it starts to fizz, add a bit of the contents from the first bowl wherever it’s fizzing. When you’re done, add all the optional ingredients you picked out (like the fragrance or glitter). Your finished product at this point should feel damp, and squish in your hands without crumbling too much. If it doesn’t feel like it’s supposed to, feel free to add more of each ingredient to your liking. Once you’re done, you only have a limited amount of time to put your mixture into a mold, so hurry on to step 4!

Step 4:

You’re almost done! Grab the molds, whatever you picked, and grease the insides with the oil (so it won’t stick). Then, fill the molds up with your mixture, until you’ve completely filled it up (make sure to pack it down with your fingers to ensure there’s no free space in there).

Step 5:

You’re not supposed to leave the mixture in the mold for a long time at all, unless you’ve used a silicone-based tray or something like an ice tray. In this case, let it dry so it doesn’t crumble, but lightly tap it with a paper towel on the top. If you made them in any other mold, as soon as you put them in, slowly take them out by flipping the mold over and squeezing the sides. Lightly tap the molded mixture with a paper towel to soak up its dampness.

Step 6:

Let them dry out for a while. Sticking them in a container in the shade for a couple of days is ideal. Since no preservatives were used, it’d be ideal to consume your bath bomb within 6 months. 



These little babies are the easiest to make, are great to do in bulk and make the perfect “grab and go” clean paleo friendly meal. Eat as a snack or serve with a salad for a more elaborate meal.


  • middle bacon rashers at least 1 for every 2 cupcakes
  • eggs (1 per cup cake you are making)
  • fresh herbs (I used oregano, basil, coriander & sage
  • pine nuts (optional)
  • salt and pepper
  • coconut oil
  • silicon muffin trays


  1. Using your fingers or a brush, rub the inside of the trays with the coconut oil, just to be safe.
  2. Preheat oven at 180 degrees
  3. Cut the bacon into long even strips and line them around the sides of each tray. Use your off cuts to place in the bottom. Don’t be too fussy…it all holds together once cooked.
  4. Throw in some chopped herbs and some pine nuts.
  5. Crack an egg into each tray
  6. Sprinkle some salt and pepper on top
  7. Bake in the oven for at least 30mins or until the whites are solid.
  8. Allow to cool for about 10 mins before popping them out of the tray.
  9. Enjoy!! xx

Make your sweetheart some sweet hearts for Valentine’s Day!

Easy DIY Sugar Hearts


  • white sugar
  • food dye or natural food coloring
  • water
  • mug or bowl
  • candy mold or ice cube tray(silicone recommended)
  • spoon


Pour about 1 cup of sugar into your bowl. Start with just a small spoonful of water and stir the sugar until the texture is like wet sand, granulated and sticky. Add more water if necessary to get to the right consistency.

Add a drop of dye and mix until the sugar is a smooth color. Fill your molds and gently press with your fingers to pack it down. Leave in the freezer overnight, until the sugar is hard.