Frangipani fun

I have had a lovely time over the past day playing with a new toy. I purchased some silicon flower molds in the hope that they would expedite the production of some of my flowers. I love it when a plan comes to fruition, 24 large and 24 small frangipanis all done in less than 30mins!!! Read More

The calorie delusion: Why food labels are wrong – 15 July 2009 – New Scientist

The calorie delusion: Why food labels are wrong – health – 15 July 2009 – New Scientist

Found this article in New Scientist. Have never been a calorie counter myself, all things in moderation I say (except chocolate – can never have too much of that!). Read More

Banana Bread

As my daughter swims most mornings, breakfast is usually eaten in the car on the way home from training.  I am always on the lookout for quick, easy, filling snacks that I can make and freeze for the week ahead.

I have been making her coconut bread for a few months now, lovely with lemon butter. But alas she is in need of a change! I recently purchased The Australian Women’s Weekly Gluten-free & Allergy-free Eating cookbook and found an interesting recipe for banana bread. This recipe is gluten, wheat, yeast, dairy, and egg free!!! Read More

Robert Gordon Baking Cups

My gorgeous order of Robert Gordon baking cups arrived today!

Look how cute they are.

Must fill them with something tasty 🙂

baking cups

Chocolate Salted-Caramel Mini Cupcakes

A few weeks ago I received a shipment of books from Amazon. They arrived earlier than expected which made for a very exciting day! One of the books was Martha Stewart’s Cupcakes: 175 Inspired Ideas for Everyone’s Favorite Treat. Needless to say I have been pouring over it drooling!!! Read More

Welcome to my blog!

Hi! This is my first go at a blog, please bear with me while I work it all out.

I am hoping that scrumdiddlyumptious will be a fun, informative, and entertaining look at what interests me most – FOOD!

The plan is……I will try to update my blog at least once a week with my latest finds, cakes, cookies, or anything that I find remotely interesting.  I will include recipes and my favourite links and perhaps even some Nutritional info as I gain more knowledge from my studies.

I am sure to blunder my way through and look forward to any comments you may have (please be kind!).