Some monday inspo

Is monday anyones favorite day? I didn't think so. Well I think that mondays are somewhat boring, the weekend is over and yet another week of school, stress and homework is coming up. But this year I have had the fortune of having a very chill monday with only 160 minutes of class every monday. I also feel like mondays should be inspirational to keep you going during the week therefore I give you - Monday inspo
 
 
This week is my second week of school and I miss Paris a little bit extra this week because it has now been 1 year and 3 days since I moved in with my host family and started an adventure in Paris. And boy how much I learnt there. 
 
All the other photos are from We <3 it and are just random nice photos to look at
 
TTYL
 

Fashion

After my year in Paris I kind of threw my jeans away. Well not literally but I stopped using jeans and wenr for softer materials and flowy pants instead. (Like the pants shown here) It is just nicer and feels better, I can't stand the tightness that skinny jeans bring.
 
This collage shows a really pretty outfit that you can use both for a party night out or just a school day where you want to be a bit more fab than usual. Links to all the items below ↓

Kollage med Kissies.se och Zalando
 
1. Top | 2. Byxor | 3. Väska | 4. Armband
 
Sponsrat inlägg


As promised

Hey! As i promised yesterday I'm going to post the recipe from the banana bread I made. Also today Karolina came over and she will stay the night. We took the last to bananas and made banana muffins and I'll post the recipe here as well.
 
Fist of: Very healthy banana bread, the recipe assumes that you live in Sweden so I don't think any of you international peeps know what "kesella" is. But it's kind of like creme fraiche but for baking so it is sweeter.
 

0,75 dl (40g) almond flour

0,75 dl (40g) coconut flour

0,5 dl (20g) Whey complete vanilla or more almond flour

2 bananas (rather mature ones, NOT GREEN)  approx 180 g

0,65 dl (65 g) Light Kesella

0,5 dl natural yoghurt

2 egg whites

2 teaspoon bakingsoda

1/2 teaspoon Bicarbonate

Optional:  1 tablespoon stevia sugar and 1 tablespoon cinnamon

15 g Walnuts

1. Put the oven on 175°C

2. Mix all ingredients exept the walnuts with a stick blender 

3. Use some coconut oil or natural oil and use almond or cocnut flour in a "bread form" so that the mixture doesn't stick. PIC--> 

4. Put all the dough in the bread form and put the walnuts on top. Put in the oven for approx 45 mins. 

5. Let it cool down

Now you are finished. Serv with fresh fruit approx 3 slices is all you need.

 

Secondly: Banana muffins. Here we tried to make it more healthy by using buckwheat flour. And we removed the choclate that you can add if you want. 

2 eggs

150 g sugar (about 1 3/4 cups)

1 teaspoon vanilla sugar

200 g of wheat flour (buckwheat flour) (about 2 1/2 dl)

2 teaspoons baking powder

125 g butter

2 ripe bananas

Optional: 100 grams of good dark chocolate

12 muffin cups ( we used 6 larger ones) 

Optional: glaze

100 g icing sugar (about 2 dl)

1 1/2 tablespoons cocoa

boiling water

1. Beat eggs, sugar and vanilla sugar white and foamy.

2. Mix the flour with the baking powder.

3.Melt the butter over low heat and cool.

4. Stir in flour and melted cooled butter into the egg mixture with the mashed bananas and (coarsely chopped chocolate.)

5. Spread batter into 12 paper muffin cups (approximately 1 cup) and bake in middle of oven.

(6. glaze
Stir in powdered sugar with cocoa and a little water to a glaze. Make the glaze in a freezer bag, cut a small hole in the corner and decorate cakes.)

baking time
15-20 min. at 200 ° - conventional oven.

Let them cool down and enyoj with a glass of milk! :)