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The Hard Task of Wedding Guesting

August 23rd  •  Posted in Style


2016 has been the very first year I started attending weddings as a guest. And apparently, as you keep venturing in your twenties, these are occasions that will keep happening quite often! But really, I never gave it a proper thought before about how hard dressing for wedding guesting can be. Because your dress can’t be anywhere close to white or you’d be confused with the bride, but it shouldn’t be too short either or you’ll look innapropriate during the rite, but you don’t want anything too constricting either because your food baby will appear by any minute…

What I’ve learnt about it so far is to go for a soft flowy tissue option and that maxi dresses would totally do the trick most of the times. Also pastels are a great solution, you’ll rarely go wrong with them at a wedding! I’ll be attending a very special wedding, the second this year, very soon and I won’t lie when saying I wish I was introduced to Sherry London and their evening dresses UK a bit sooner – because I may or may not have found the dress already, but the inspiration I was able to find over there is amazing!

At Sherry London they offer dresses of any kind but I was especially fascinated by their evening dresses collection between the others, with amazing options for maxi dresses in every shade of pastels and with the nicest details. And if you’re going to attend a wedding soon, I’d highly suggest to give their long evening dresses a proper look, as there’s something for literally anyone (they also have a petite range, which make them earn some extra brownie points)! The little selection in the image is of dresses I’d happily wear to attend any wedding really..!

. L I N K S .

01. Lace Long Chiffon Maxi Evening Dress ;
02. Halter Neck Backless Chiffon Evening Dress ;
03. Shoulder Straps A-Line Pleated Chiffon Long Evening Dress ;
04. Jewel Neck Pleated Chiffon Maxi Dress – Petite ;
05. Scoop Neck Chiffon Evening Maxi Dress With Knotted Waist .

Anyone else finding it quite hard to dress for a wedding? x

Post in collaboration with Sherry London but all opinions and love for maxi dresses and pastels are my own.

P.S. Posts might be a bit sporadic over here in the next couple of weeks, as we’re finally enjoying our holiday! I hope to share a few holiday themed posts in the meanwhile, if wi-fi is going to collaborate! 😉

Healthy Carrot + Chocolate Muffins

August 19th  •  Posted in Recipe

Healthy Carrot + Chocolate Muffins

If there’s one thing I start missing when around the last month of summertime, that is surely baking. With the heat calming down slightly, this last week saw a couple of nostalgic baking sections, doing my favourite thing of them all: testing and trying new recipes!

This one was firstly properly put to the test last week by my mum, and, based on my grading scale of how well and quickly they went down, these were on top of the list of new recipes we should have made again! It’s basically incredible how these little carrot bites maintain a sort of gooeyness and softness even if they’re made of whole wheat flour – you can’t even tell! And I’m such a fan of the combination of carrot + chocolate..! They make for the perfect healthy but indulgent afternoon treat, that’s for sure!

Healthy Carrot + Chocolate Muffins
Healthy Carrot + Chocolate Muffins
Healthy Carrot + Chocolate Muffins
Healthy Carrot + Chocolate Muffins
Healthy Carrot + Chocolate Muffins

Doses for 12 medium-size muffins…

Healthy Carrot + Chocolate Muffins

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 35 minutes

Total Time: 45 minutes

Serving Size: 12 medium muffins

Healthy Carrot + Chocolate Muffins


  • For the base...
  • 3 medium carrots
  • 110g vegetable oil
  • 3 eggs
  • 150g raw brown sugar
  • 90g rice flour
  • 150g whole wheat flour
  • juice of 1 lemon
  • 1/4 teaspoon baking soda

  • For the glaze...
  • 50g dark chocolate
  • 1 tablespoon raw brown sugar
  • A splash of water


01 :: Preheat the oven to 170°C.

02 :: Wash thoroughly and peel the carrots, then ruffly chop them into pieces and place them in a food processor together with the vegetable oil and eggs. Then blend until smooth.

03 :: In a large bowl, sift the flours and add the sugar and give them all a nice stir. Pour the carrot mixture in and stir nicely again. If too sticky, add a splash of water - the mix should be quite runny.

04 :: In a glass, squeeze one lemon and add the baking soda. Use a teaspoon to quickly stir, allowing the mixture to rise and create bubbles. This will create a sort of instant baking yeast that will keep your muffins soft and chewy but will make them rise extremely nicely!

05 :: Pour the baking soda and lemon mixture into the muffin batter and stir well. Spread the batter into 12 medium muffin moulds or paper cups and bake in the oven for 35 minutes.

06 :: Check with a fork the middle of one muffin before removing them from the oven. Then leave them cool down completely before moving on with the glaze.

07 :: In a saucepan, melt down the chocolate with the sugar and a splash of water until nice and runny. Use a spatula to spread the chocolate glaze on top of each carrot muffin, garnish with nuts, granola or chocolate chips and then pop them all in the fridge until the chocolate has hardened completely.

08 :: Remove from the fridge 5-10 minutes before serving and enjoy!


I can already picture myself enjoying these all autumn long – but they make for the best summertime afternoon treat as well, if eaten still cold and paired with freshly made chocolate milkshake 😉

Let me know if you give them a go! x

Daily Dose Of Greens

August 12th  •  Posted in Health

Daily Dose Of Greens

I’ve never been one who have found some sort of interest into supplements by any means, so I was a little reluctant when I was firstly introduced to the new VITL Greens. But I knew the brand since a while and have had the pleasure of working with them at a couple of recipes in the past, and after having a quick look at the ingredients, I was sold even before coming to the “all-natural, vegan, gluten free” point!

VITL Greens are in fact all-natural supplements to help you implement extremely good for you superfoods into your diet. Each sachet contains up to 19 superfoods, extremely healthy and good for both immune health, energy levels but also skin, nails and hair health, including between the others maca, tumeric, goji berries, seagreens, spirulina, green tea, kale leaf and much more!

Daily Dose Of Greens
Daily Dose Of Greens
Daily Dose Of Greens

The one thing I was quite concerned about at first was the extra dark and deep green colour of the powder and ‘what will it taste like?’. I’ll be honest when saying I wasn’t the biggest fan of the taste at first, but I was surprised that it didn’t taste bitter in the slightest! But with some testing and trials, I’ve actually come to enjoy the taste quite a bit! Especially into very cold water, maybe with the addition of a couple of ice cubes – just perfect for this Summer heat!

I’ve been having one dose of Greens every single day since a I got them 3-4 weeks ago, and I’m extremely happy about them. I’ve been experimenting with recipes (especially smoothies) to have them with, and what I love the most is that they’re giving my body a chance to digest some of the foods I wouldn’t otherwise ever eat, like kale or broccoli, that are surely not my favourites, but also seaweeds and beetroot, that I don’t think body have ever known before!

Daily Dose Of Greens
Daily Dose Of Greens
Daily Dose Of Greens

My number one favourite way of implementing VITL Greens in my diet though, is by popping them in my smoothies. I rarely enjoy green smoothies, so anything that could make them taste a little bit better is totally up my street and the fact that VITL Greens are vanilla flavoured gives them a whole bunch of brownie points! I’d blend them with some banana, dates and some other fruits and I’d be good to go.

Recently though, after some more testing, I’ve come up with the most delicious vegan chocolate smoothie recipe of them all, and I couldn’t refrain me from sharing it in this post today! This recipe makes for the best indulging and intense chocolate smoothie, only featuring all-natural ingredients, good for your body and health! Thick, chocolate-y, dark but sweet! The dates naturally sweeten the mixture, but if you like things on the sweet side I’d suggest to add a splash of agave syrup.

This recipes is for one serving.

Chocolate Vegan Greens Smoothie

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 5 minutes

Serving Size: 1

Chocolate Vegan Greens Smoothie


  • 1 ripe banana (from the fridge)
  • 3 dates
  • 3 teaspoons raw cocoa powder
  • 6-7 almonds
  • 1 teaspoon of coconut oil
  • 1 sachet of VITL Greens
  • 100ml soy or almond milk (from the fridge)
  • (Optional) A splash of agave syrup


01 :: Slice your banana into big chunks and pop it into your smoothie blender, add in the stoned dates, the cocoa powder, the almonds, coconut oil, VITL Greens and your non-dairy milk of choice.

02 :: Blend on high speed for a few seconds until smooth. Taste and add a splash of agave syrup if you fancy some extra sweetness!

03 :: Serve into a tall glass with a straw and enjoy fresh!


What is your thought on food supplements?
If you are curious to give VITL Greens a go yourself, they’re kindly offering all Miel Café’s UK-based readers a free pack of 6 sachet: you’ll just pay for shipping and they’ll be on your way! (Only via *THIS* link) x

Some of the products mentioned have been kindly sent to me as a gift, but I wasn’t paid to write this article and
all the opinions and love of healthy foods are my own as always.