Two weeks ago I posted the photo you can see above on Instagram. I had my older sister around and we spent the afternoon together, cooking, laughing and being silly as usual! We were both craving a little something sweet, so decided to whip up a bowl of Puff Puff. I shared the process on Instagram, and let’s just say the love was real! So many of you asked for my recipe, and I promised you exactly that!
Puff Puff is very easy to make, and is the ultimate definition of delicious! Definitely a winner if you’re hosting guests, but beware this stuff is addictive, and should be consumed with caution!
Here is exactly how I make it.
NIGERIAN PUFF PUFF RECIPE
3 Cups Plain Flour
3/4 Cup of Sugar [alter to your liking]
3.5 tsps dried Instant Yeast
Pinch of Salt
Optional: 1/4 tsp of Nutmeg and 1/4 tsp of Cinnamon
Do let me know if you try this recipe, I’d love to know!
Exactly a week ago today I took to my Snapchat and Instagram Stories, and shared my absolute favourite breakfast pancakes recipe. I recorded every step of the process, and promised a few of you that I would post a full recipe on the blog.
Well the day has finally come!
These pancakes are my definition of breakfast heaven. Not only are they are delicious, they are quick to make, and unlike your average pancake, these are super duper nutritious. In just one serving there are approximately 14g protein, 14g fiber, and 75g slow releasing carbs [thank you MyFitnessPal for making nutrition tracking so easy!]
So without further a do, here goes the recipe. View Post
Two years ago I hosted my very first protective style challenge. I wanted to speed up my hair growth in time for my wedding, and decided to follow through on four things that I believed would help me achieve longer hair.
One of the things I did was drink a smoothie a day. I was well aware of the impact of nutrition on the health of my hair, and decided that taking smoothies was one of the easiest ways for me to get a tonne of vitamins, nutrients and minerals, in just one drink. The results? Take a look for yourself
Two years later smoothies remain an important part of my daily routine, and I do my very best to ensure I take one a day. I’ve gone back and forth with different smoothie recipes but three in particular are always on repeat.
If one of your goals for the year is to see your hair grow in health and length, smoothies can make all of the difference. The three I’m sharing today are oozing with nutritious goodness and taste so freaking good!