Please take a minute to nominate Sugar Free Londoner for the BiB Brilliance in Blogging Awards!
The BiBs are one of the biggest blogging awards in the UK and I have entered in the Food category.
YOU CAN CLICK THROUGH TO THE NOMINATION FORM HERE. IF YOU ARE READING THIS ON A DESKTOP, JUST CLICK ON THE BIB BADGE IN THE SIDEBAR. NOMINATIONS ARE OPEN UNTIL 7TH JUNE AT 23.59 GMT.
Sugar Free Londoner has been online over a year now and it’s been a fantastic journey.
I love the process of creating sugar free versions of my favourite recipes, coming up with new recipe ideas and experimenting with ingredients. Writing about food is almost as good as eating. I feel all warm and fuzzy chatting with the foodie community out there on Facebook and Instagram who feel just as passionate about healthy eating as me. And I love the enthusiasm and support I get from you, my fantastic readers.
Heck, I even love installing new Plugins and Widgets on my website. If they work.
There have been great successes in this kitchen (we regularly can’t decide whether to have almond and cream cheese pancakes or almond butter waffles on weekends – they are both just so good). And plenty of failures. Like that time when I did not close the lid of the food processor properly and covered the room in green omelette. Or that time I forgot to set the timer on my phone and got carried away on Facebook until my batch of chocolate chip cookies set off the fire alarm.
I can recount (several!) occasions when my to-be-photographed finished dish has been gobbled up. Nice when people like your food. But. Bad timing!!!! Last but not least, it’s taken quite some persistence to get used to the capricious nature of low carb baking ingredients. Coconut flour, yes, I’m talking about you.
Here’s the thing: You are the vital ingredient in this blog.
You are the secret sauce.
Nominate me now and let’s spread that sugar free love!