I’m not the biggest fan of cooking, but baking is like a whole different world.
I absolutely love everything about it, especially in the fall time.
It’s the season when you don’t have to worry about sprinkling a little more cinnamon than usual and adding more sugar into those apple tarts or pies.
Granny smith apples are my favorite type of apple. I love how tart and flavorful they are,
so when I came across this simple recipe on “Olgas Flavor Factory” I couldn’t resist baking them myself.
This recipe is perfect, not to sweet and not to tart, just perfect.
My little munchkin loved them just as much as we all did.
I won’t post the recipe on my blog, but here is the link to this lovely recipe:
Last weekend my husband and I visited Victoria BC. It was a very short but very memorable trip.
Think fall, the leaves are changing colors, rain is pouring down on the roofs, kids playing and jumping in the puddles,
people walking around in rain boots and XL umbrellas. It was absolutely beautiful.
And there in the middle of all that, my husband and I were walking hand in hand under a small umbrella, welcoming the beautiful fall season.
In all honesty this trip wouldn’t seem so warm and close to my heart if wasn’t for the rain.
A beautiful place, love of my life, umbrella and some hot chocolate made our trip pretty darn magical.
Here’s what I live in pretty much the whole fall & winter seasons: a beanie, chunky sweater, leggings, jacket and a nice pair of boots.