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Chocolate and nutella cups!

I found a really awesome recipe for CHOCOLATE NUTELLA CUPS. How great does that sound? And it looks and tastes even better! Check this out!
It's from Kirbie's Cravings (when you click on the link it'll take you there :)

I have done those! And I gotta tell you, guys, this is one of the sweetest things I've ever eaten. I'm a HUGE chocolate eater and I'm the person who can eat a whole bar of milk chocolate all by myself sooo that's a huge deal! Anyways, if you are craving for something sweet, having a rough day or sth it is perfect! + you can always do JUST ONE! I did like 3 (with one bar of chocolate I had at home). Anyways, really try them out! Oh, and if you want me to do a step by step of this recipe or ANY OTHER recipe I've posted or you're interasted in leave it in a comment below, I'll be glad to do it :)
Anyways, here are the pictures, it all looks soo minimalistic and perfect haha!

these are mine, hope you try it out!
loove y'all! xx


Zucchini Cupcakes

It is really amazing to get the feedback from you guys! Even if it's not as a comment, but just as a private message it's... wow, I can't tell you how great that is! Makes me smile (banana smile - you know what i mean!)
Anyways, I have loads of pictures and loads of subjects for posts I could do so I think I should use them. Now that it's decided.... I'm on a diet. Again. You know, bikini season's coming up, you gotta look good! But don't you worry. I'm not going to stop baking. N E V E R!I actually baked brownie cupcakes just 2 days ago :>
But as the "diet" subject came up I thought about my diet cupcakes (I know that's kind of an oxymoronic expression :>) and I figured I have to find more recipes for healthy stuff like that. BUT for now, I figured out I still haven't posted the recipe for them!

DIET (zucchini)  CUPCAKES

from  "Cook Yourself Thin " show :)


  • 1 1/4 cup  flour
  • 1 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • pinch of salt
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 tsp of seeds from vanilla bean or you can simply add a bit of vanilla extract
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • 1  3/4 cup  ZUCCHINI! peeled and grated! :) - that does the trick!
  • you can add 1/2 cup of ground almonds if you want 
  • 3 egg whites
  • 1 cup of sugar
  • pinch of salt
  • vanilla extract
  • zest from 1/2 lemon

What to do?

  • Start with the frosting! So in a heatproof bowl combine egg whites, sugar, salt & extract

  • Set the bowl over a pan of simmering water and stir until it's warm and everything's melted (1-2 min)

  • Take the bowl from the pan and mix its contents until  it's glossy, cool AND STIFF  (when you put it over your head upside down nothing can fall out of it!) - it can take a good 5 minutes...

  •  Stir in gently the lemon zest and put in a fridge for about 30 minutes

  • Now let's proceed with the cupcakes!  Preheat oven to 180C. Combine flour, (almonds) and baking powder in one bowl

  • In another bowl whisk eggs with sugar and salt and vanilla until it is one-colored and combined

  • Beat the zucchini with a mixer on low speed a little bit

  • Mix zucchini, dry and "wet" ingredients together until corporated 

  • Fill in the paper liners and bake for about 20-25 minutes in an oven preheated to 180C (356F)

  •  Decorate the cooled cupcakes with frosting and  BON APPETIT! 

  • I want to stress that YOU CAN'T MAKE OUT ZUCCHINI in them while eating! They don't taste like it at all! Try them yourself and check that out! It is just a substitute for butter and they have half of the calories they would normally have.
    And that's how my cupcakes look today! I've decorated them with banana as I had it at home and thought it was pretty good idea :)




    Easter delights

    Hi! I am soo sorry for not posting this earlier I just couldn't find time for it, I don't even know why... I was about to do it like million times but then something always came up and there I am, 2 weeks after Easter showing you what I baked... forgive me, please!
    Soo of course, like everybody ( I guess) I've baked a lot with my mom, mostly. We did the traditional polish Easter bakings like mazurka, babka (something like a yeast cake), but we also made cheesecake and I've done cupcakes, obviously :) I think I've gained soo much weight, but let's not think about it! Look at that yummy things!

    this is mazurek, and it's pretty much a shortcrust pastry that you can put everything on. I did mine with caramel fudge sauce and chocolate over it :) Decorated with almond flakes and dried cranberries 

    this is babka and some easter eggs :) Mine had rasins inside and was truly delicious

    and there is one single cupcake with frosting lookin like brain and chocolate egg. Oh and they had chocolate egg inside of them as a surprise :> well, they turned out soo sweet that we had troubles eatin' them haha 
    I guess that's it for today, but I MADE MACAROONS, you guys! But about this next time, 
    love, love


    Spring love

    Well well well, look at me. It's 7.04, i have like 6 minutes to leave for school. And what am I doing? A post. But since I had those 10 minutes, I figured I can show you some amazing pictures of spring cupcakes. Of course I was inspired by the beauty of  the weather. Is it just me or world really gets much much prettier in the spring. But that not it, my loves. Spring only comes so that after it can be SUMMER. Oh, how I can't wait for those summer days! Anyways, back to the topic. I've found some great pictures I wanted to show you, guys :)

    aaaaah, aren't those adorable? I can't stop smiling! I have tea parties like that in my wonderland :)

    and thisss... awww <3

    I want those, they look soo cheerful! 

    Oh My God.

    Ups, I'm running late now! Shit, I gotta run! Stay gorgeous! 


    Happy Easter!

    Hello, hello! I'm sorry, I haven't posted this earlier, but I was so taken with all the preparations I didn't find time to do it. Anyway, I've baked really good chocolate cupcakes with lemon cream cheese frosting for my "school Easter" and as I got so many requests to post a recipe for this frosting, I couldn't say NO. It's kind of problematic, though. I haven't used ANY recipe for this frosting. I just made my own, if you can call simply pouring some things together in a bowl a recipe. Anyways, the problem is, I am not sure how much of e.g. confectioner's sugar did i put in. But about this in a second. YOU WANT IT, YOU GOT IT. 



    • 1 package of cream cheese (125g) - I used "ostrowia jogurtowa" if you were wondering, 'cause I didn't have Philadelphia at home
    • 20-25g of butter at room temperature (sth about that, I just put a little bit)
    • juice from half of lemon 
    • confectioner's sugar - but how much, that is the question. I don't know, I just poured some, mixed it, poured some more and kept doing that until I got the consistency I liked. I didn't want want it to be too runny, but well, it just kept on being rather runny, so I let it be like that finally, as I COULDN'T WIN. I believe it could've been about 2 cups? I don't know, really, you just have to check if you like it like that.

    What to do?

    What you do is simply mix in stand or handmixer all those ingredients and try with confectioner's sugar. 
    When you're done put it in fridge for about an hour, decorate the cupcakes and put them inside of the frigde again. That's at least how I did it, without putting it in fridge at all, it can just run down your cupcake, which is, I BELIEVE, not good. 

    I decorated my cupcakes with orange zest and that's how it looked :)


    Oh, I've also done one St. Patrick's Day a little bit later :D

    Thank you  so much for watching, try this frosting and enjoy them!
    I'm going to post some of my Easter bakings later! I hope you're gonna like 'em!