Sweets. The sugary sour ones, the frothy pink and blue ones, the soft coconut ones, the chewy fruity gums and chews, the squidgy jelly ones, the liquorice sorts, the melt in your mouth foam bananas and shrimp, the sherbet filled ones, those of the lollipop type, the ones made for sucking, the foamy egg and heart ones, and the squishy, fluffy marshmallows. I’m not sure I can pick a favourite, they’re all super tasty, and a sure way to my heart! So when I got invited along to the launch event of SugarSin, a grown up sweet shop of sorts, located close to Covent Garden, I was obviously super duper excited. I took Alex with me, and we arrived as some of the first people…

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I love to give a little something homemade for christmas, I think it adds the perfect personal touch. Plus, after all, gifting is all about the thought which goes into it, and what’s more effort than making gifts? This year Ally and I teamed up, had a girls night in and got making, cooking and setting – It’s always nice to have company when doing things like this. With christmas music on in the background we got stuck in. We decided on 3 things to make all together which I thought I’d share with you. They’re great and relatively easy to make, and are lovely gifts! First recipe: Coconut Ice We used the recipe from Good Housekeeping which my Grandma had actually kindly recommended. It was…

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Here comes a confession – I think I’m a bit of a sweet-a-holic! I gave them up for lent but they’re definitely my fave treat, way better than chocolate – they come in so many more different varieties! Chewy, hard-boiled, sour, fizzy, sponges, juice-filled…and so much more satisfying! So I thought I’d start sharing my new sweet-treat discoveries. They may not be necessarily new to the sweet world, but they’re new to my taste buds, and I’ll only be telling you about the ones worth raving about. So here’s my newest sugary, juicy finding… Mike and Ikes. I bought mine from cyber candy in Angel, but you can get them from the super market too! Mine were £1.55. They’re not as cheap as one of…

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