21 Aug 2015

Summer in Sweden 2015

Hello Friends,
like every Hollyday my family and I went to sweden.
I took loads of photos while finally enjoying my life LOL.
School has been very stressing so these holidays were much needed.
I love baking, but i normally never have time to.
But in sweden i baked literally every second day.

This is my large bowl of kvarg, banana, strawberries and rice kris pies, which we don´t have in germany..

Here is me trying to paddle.

This is a lovely curry-coconut soup.
(excuse the ugly face) we went to a very famous gelato shop, and they make the biggest scoops on earth...
What I´m having there is just one btw.

I baked a tradition swedisch cake called "mazariner" , but it turned out too dry... but it look good, right?

This is my sis linnea in Kalmar.

Kalmar is a beautiful city located on the baltic sea.

A Blueberry pie we made out of fresh self-picked blueberries.

These photos were taken in a park near Karlskrona.

This is at a festival in karlskrona.

I had this gluten free coconut ball thing and it was very good, I´m currently looking for a recept which i will share with you :)

So at first we wanted to go to Göteborg, but our car had a problem with its breaks so we decided to go to Öland insead.

This is in Büxelkrok (may not spelled correctly)

Thanks for looking at my photos :)
Sorry if some of them aren't correctly focused, I sometimes take pictures in half a second.

love always,

10 Aug 2015

Summer BBQ

 Dear Friend,
my sister and me decided to do a BBQ Party with all homemade Food.
We invited good friends so we could catch up on the news :P .
Sis and me changed the school so we didn´t see some of the friends for almost a year.

The Weather was perfect, so we could sit outside.

A bit of decoration is always needed.

My dad got us a recipe book by two sisters and it´s called "Mingelmat" it´s in swedish, but we can understand a bit.

I planed what we will prepare a week before and these omlette-rolls with cream cheese and salmon where the ones i picked first.

I also baked my first ever gluten free Bread.
I just used the recipe in the book and substituted the flour for my gluten free mix.

These are Rice-salat boats.
And ofc potaoes with sour cream.

We also had some marinated Chicken, Vegi and normal Sausages.

I really hope you enjoyed this post and i want to thank all of my lovely friends for coming around.

love always,