Travel post: London 

Hey guys, 
Firstly I would like to apologise for going M.I.A with no explanation. Following my exams I decided to take a break from blogging and live my life to the fullest. 
Anyway, I just got back from a lovely trip to London. It’s been a while since I’ve been there and I’ve decided to share some pictures from my adventure with all of you. 



First day out, I went up Primrose Hill

I almost fell after I took this

Trafalgar Square
Giving you Big Shaq vibes
China town

Covent Garden

Traveling by myself to see Safs

Noodle bar


Winter Wonderland in the snow

St. Paul’s Cathedral

Tate Modern
Probably the coolest store in Camden

Oreo doughnuts in Nutella and mini marshmallows
Nutella and pistachio doughnut

Basic tourist photo

Christmas decorations 


Angels on regents street

2017 has been a good year, filled with its ups and downs and this trip was the best way to end it. I can’t wait to see what 2018 has in store for me 


Apple Pie inspired Panini🍏

Hey guys!!!

I know I’ve been kind of MIA recently, I just got really busy with school and I apologise for not letting you guys know. Anyway I’M BAAACK and today I’ve decided to share one of my quick and easy snacks I make when I’m craving something sweet. 
I actually got my inspiration for this snack from Pinterest {my Pinterest is tagged in the sidebar}, I’ve tweaked the recipe and I must say it’s really quick and easy to make and is super scrumptious as well… so let’s get right into it!! 

Ingredients: ( makes 4 sandwiches )

Sugar {2 tbsps} 

Cinnamon {1 tbsp} 

Bread {8 slices} 

Butter {4 tbsps} 

Mascarpone or Cream cheese {1/2 cup} 

1 Green apple ( or Granny Smith apple ) 
How to: 

Slice your apple as thin as you can 

Mix the cinnamon and sugar in a bowl 

Coat your apple slices in the mixture

Spread the mascarpone on one side of your bread ( optional sprinkle some of the cinnamon sugar on the mascarpone ) 

Place your apple slices on the mascarpone 

Spread butter on the outer side of your sandwich and place it into your panini maker. 

Wait until your sandwich is gold brown and serve with vanilla ice cream 🙂 

See you guys in my next post 

A night in Cuba

​​​Hey guys, today I’ve decided to share a few pictures from my uncles surprise Cuban themed party this past Saturday. It was a super fun night. 

​ some decor from the entrance 

Ready to go

Group pictures/selfies:

Food glorious food 

It was really fun to dress up, celebrate and dance til late with my family. xox Suraya 

Friday night snack idea: French toast roll ups 

Hey guys, as you may know I love to bake and I have the biggest sweet tooth. I love to get creative in the kitchen and try new things. So I was scrolling through Pinterest when I came across this cool and easy dessert/snack that I had to try, it later became my favourite snack for when I’m craving something sweet. So today I’ve decided to share the recipe with you, so no more wasting time lets get to it…

What you’ll need: 

  1. Bread ( any white or brown)
  2. Two eggs
  3. Milk
  4. Nutella ( or any chocolate spread)
  5. sugar 
  6. Cinnamon 
  7. Baking margarine 


  1. A rolling pin 
  2. Mixing bowl 
  3. Measuring cups 
  4. Frying pan


1.  Cut the crusts of your slices of bread. 

2. Roll the bread out with the rolling pin. 

3. Put a generous amount of Nutella ( or chocolate spread) on you bread slices. 

4. Roll up your bread. 

5. In your mixing bowl mix the two eggs and half a cup of milk together & dip your rolls into the mixture. 

6. Put some butter into your pan and let it melt. Then place your rolls into the pan and fry it on all sides. 

7. In a small bowl mix a quarter cup of sugar with a teaspoon and cinnamon. Then sprinkle on your rolls. 

Serve with ice cream and enjoy 🙂 

That’s all, I hope that you liked this post and try this snack out yourself and enjoy them as much as I do. If you would like to see more posts like this please let me know in the comments. And if you try these out for yourself make sure to tag me in your post so that I can see ( social media tagged in the sidebar ) xox Suraya 

Suraya’s Lemon cheesecake topped with blackberries 

Hi everyone 🙂 

 I love to bake, baking is my number one hobby. It brings me joy to see other people enjoy what I’ve created. I love a good cheesecake ( my gran makes the best ) it is my go to desert and people always ask me for my recipes, so today I’ve decided to share my recipe with you. Let’s get started. 

What you’ll need: 

2 packets of biscuits ( e.g. Tennis, digestives, or any plain biscuits.) 

2 tablespoons of butter/ margarine ( melted ) 

2 packets of Philadelphia cream cheese ( or any plain cream cheese ) 

2 cans of condensed milk 

4 eggs 

2 tablespoons of flour 


2 tablespoons of Icing sugar 

1 to 2 cartons of Cream ( whipped or any ) 



  1. Preheat the oven at 180 degrees Celsius ( 356 degrees Fahrenheit ) 
  2. Crush the biscuits and mix the crumbs with the butter; press firmly onto the base of the pan. Bake for 10 minutes. Then refrigerate until it hardens. 
  3. Beat the cream cheese, condensed milk, flour and lemon juice; mix on medium speed until well blended. 
  4. Add eggs one at a time, mixing on low speed after each addition just until blended. 
  5. Pour over crust/ base. 
  6. Bake for 55 minutes to an hour until centre is almost set. 
  7. Run a knife or metal spatula around the rim of the pan to loosen the cake; cool before removing rim of pan. 
  8. Cool cheesecake for 1 hour then refrigerate. 


  1. Take a can of any berries ( fresh berries are fine ) place in a pot on low heat. 
  2. Add the icing sugar and mix. 
  3. Let the mixture cool down. 
  4. Beat the whipped cream on medium until it doubles in size. 

Remove the cake from the rim and assemble the cake before serving and enjoy. 

That’s my cheese cake recipe, I hope that I’ve inspired you to try it out yourself. If you do try it out, I would love to see your cakes so please tag me in your post on Instagram ( @surayadereige ) or email it to me: 

xox Suraya