100 Days of Happiness: Do You Want To Bake A Cake?

Or an apple loaf, to be precise.

Yesterday was brilliant; after four hours in work (3 hours=writing blog posts and playing on my phone, 1 hour=working), I got a lift 75% of the way home (wooo! No 2-mile walk!), I attempted to make an apple loaf. It tastes good…if not that apple-y!

Later that evening I went with my dad and sister to a cricket match and barbecue organised by a bunch of my dad’s friends. My sister played, and bowled out a fully-grown man (who then walked off to the gleeful chants of “he got bowled by a girl! He got bowled by a girl!”. The barbecue was delicious (if potentially food poisoning inducing) and it didn’t rain. Definitely an English experience!

What was your last baking experiment?

An Overthinking Teenager

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One thought on “100 Days of Happiness: Do You Want To Bake A Cake?

  1. summersurprises says:

    I absolutely love baking cakes, but for some reason I can only ever manage to make a good one when I’ve used the most tiresome, time-consuming method that has been strung together by combining about 5 different recipes into one! I actually used to decorate and sell them too but now I just stick to baking them for home. The last I baked was a fresh cream and fruit cake for my sister’s registration. I ordered one of those photos printed on rice paper but for some reason it creased a lot and gave my sister and her husband quite a bit of premature wrinkling! Still tasted delicious though and that’s the main thing! 😀
    Your apple loaf looks lovely! I’ve never actually heard one of it before but I might give it a try! 🙂

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