Friday, 18 March 2016

Banoffee Flapjacks | Little Loves #9

It is that time of the week again where I reflect on what has been happening in my life:

Read

I picked up two Roald Dahl books from a church hall for 25p each and on Thursday evening I read Lily the first three chapters of 'James and the Giant Peach' which reminded me just how dark Dahl's children's books were...

Heard

I don't know how many times I have inadvertently listened to '7 Years' by Lukas Graham. It kind of reminds me of Gary Jule's cover of 'Mad World' in a way.

Watched

The final episode of series 2 of Happy Valley. No spoilers here but I haven't even watched the first series, so I had better try to watch that. If only BBC Iplayer had an archive...

Made

A banoffee flapjack which tastes pretty darn amazing. It has two medium sized bananas in it, so it is kind of healthy? Yes? No? :)

Banoffee flapjack by Sophie and Lily


Wore

Lily has been wearing some of her latest additions to her spring wardrobe. Here is the vlog showcasing her new items featuring fruit designs and bright colours.



And lastly

I am looking forward to the weekend, we have a friend of Rob's over on Saturday night with his partner so I will make another pavlova (I think Rob has been singing my praises at work!) and my parents will make a pitstop on Sunday morning so it will be nice to see them.

Hope you all have an enjoyable weekend and week ahead. Thank you for reading my Little Loves post.

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4 comments

  1. Wow what a great find those books were! We have a whole collection and cannot wait to read them with Indie. Definitely waiting until she's older though haha xx

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  2. Those flapjacks sound amazing! I love Roald Dahl books, but you're right they are pretty dark. Can't wait for my little one to get a bit older so I can read them to him, we still have all my old dog eared copies from when I was a kid. Have a great weekend x

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  3. I can't wait to start reading Roald Dahl with my daughter. That flapjack sounds delicious.

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  4. I didn't watch the first series of Happy Valley either which is why I think it took me a couple of episodes to get into it. I really need to go back and watch the first series too! x

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