My favourite go-to cake. Super healthy, low fat and gluten free.
What a week! I mean, this week has just flown by an yet been so long. It feels like one day spread out on one month. So many things have happened, both small and big, I won’t even start listing everything. But I have to share the two biggest, because these two things are things, I’ll never forget.
Ed Sheeran concert. YES. I can’t believe I’ve actually seen him in real life! It is crazy. I’ve mentioned it before and I’ll say it again: I absolutely love Ed and his amazing songs. He’s a lyrical genius! I’m still kind of speechless. We went there almost five hours before they opened the doors which ment we got to stand pretty close the the stage. I, I… I don’t know what to say. The concert was simply INCREDIBLE! And I’ve been singing Sheeran’s songs 24/7 since. “Now I’m in town, break it down, thinking of making a new sound, playing a different show, every night in front of a new crowd…”
Prom! Definitely one of the best days ever, and it just went on forever.
– I started Friday with a run, then the girls came over for brunch.
– Two of my friends Marie and Karen stayed and helped preparing for the dinner and we dressed up for the night.
– At 3pm 20 of my class mates arrived and we had dinner, danced and played games. I love my classmates!! Just a big group of fun and nice people who all have a great sense of humor, are so help
– At 6 the limos (oh yeah! That’s a tradition for seniors) picked us up and drove us to the school where we…
– … danced the traditional dance Les Lanciers and ran around the rest of the night. In Danish high schools prom is always for all of the grades together, but only the seniors are allowed to wear long dresses so this year was very something special for me. I enjoyed every single moment in that dress.
– Then Karen and Signe went with me home and slept over, and I tell you, with those hilarious girls waking up at 5am and laughing till your stomach aches and then go back to sleep is a totally normal thing to do
– Then they helped me clean the house and people came over to pick up all the stuff they’d forgotten
– And as if we hadn’t seen each other in a year Marie, Signe, Karen and I decided to meet Saturday night for “Prom – the aftermath”. Nights with those girls are the best!
Soooo after a long post and a long week lets talk no-bake saffron blueberry yoghurt pie with a glutenfree crust…
Some weeks ago the sweet Jackie from La Casa de Sweets kindly asked me if I’d like to make a guest post over at her lovely blog. Jackie is so talented and makes the most delicious things (which are always gluten free – yay!) and her blog os so cute and pretty so I was very honoured when she asked me to make the post.
Thank you so much Jackie!
I really love the texture of no bake cheesecake and yoghurt cake, so I actually make it quite often. Strangely I’ve never shared the recipe. So I decided to make yoghurt cake. Head over to Jackie’s lovely blog and check it out. And while you are there make sure to have a look around La Casa de Sweets.
Have a wonderful week everyone! And thanks again for letting me make the post Jackie.