Genius Ways To Rescue Your Baking

Everyone that knows me is well aware of my lack of skill in the kitchen. However, I am also infamous for finding genius ways to save my baking, mostly out of sheer desperation. I am not here to teach you how to make extravagant baking…..unfortunately I don’t have that skill. What I can teach you is how to save that baking when you make mistakes. Trust me, I have had to do that too many times to count. I can’t promise it’ll always work, sometimes there is just no saving it. But when its already ruined, its certainly worth trying!

Soften Hard Baking

I have overcooked baking more times then I can count. One genius way I have discovered for restoring hard baking is to place it inside a sealed container along with slices of bread. Don’t ask me how this works, I have no idea myself, but leave it for a couple of hours and it’ll be nice and soft. I have used this one to rescue cookies a few times, but I’ve heard it works with cakes too.

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Travel Tag

Recently, I saw Ella May Garrett do the Travel Tag on her blog and I wanted to do it myself. I love travelling, and have visited many places over the years, both at home in New Zealand and abroad. I am excited to share my experiences and hope with you.

What is your favourite place that you have ever visited?

Montreux Switzerland

We got to look around this place for a bit, it was so beautiful!


I love Switzerland. My favourite place would have to be the town Montreux in the French region, famous for its food and music. I had the pleasure of visiting there for a week in 2013 and fell in love with the beauty of the area, which is so similar to my home country. My favourite part would have to be the old medieval castle, which ignited the fantasies I had of knights and queens that I held as a child and reminded me of my more recent loves of the TV shows Merlin and Reign.

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