So, as a young girl, whenever I went out to dinner with the family, my parents always ordered soup in the following manner:
“One sweetcorn/ burnt garlic/ tomato soup, and please divide it into two.”
For them, the reason was that the quantity had been unreal and too much for one person, but I noticed something else. The “into two” came out to be two full bowls of soup! Which was then devoured by six people, of course. ^_^
From this experience, Peach and I have vowed to never order two separate dishes/ beverages/ appetizers whenever we go out to eat! Plebs need to bank on every opportunity they can get, after all!
Two words, Mint and Chocolate. Just put those two together and I’m happy to sign off my assets (my bookshelf) over to the next person.
Mint lovers, like Peach and I, would not be disappointed once I’m done with my recipe for today, i.e. Mint Chocolate Blocs!
These blocs are gooey, melty, chocolate chunks, with a powerful hit of mint to your senses! What more could you ask for! ✿ ✿
Do you need a storage solution to your behemoth pile of nail polishes? The answer lies in chocolates, my friend. Ferrero Rocher chocolates, to be exact!
If you’re wondering what on earth those two could have in common, have you ever laid your eyes on the boxes these delicious treats come in, before scarfing them down your face? They are adorable little plastic boxes that are just the right size to store your nail polishes in!
If only food was always the answer. ^_^
Guys! GUYS! Do you want some healthy Chocolate pudding? I know you do! ^_~
Have you heard of Chia seeds? Besides this awe
fulsome 80’s commercial, I had never heard of them, but recently they’ve made their comeback as a superfood!
They are high in protein, fibre, Omega-3, and help reduce risk of heart disease. No wonder it’s known as a superfood!
Because it doesn’t have any flavour of its own, and thickens any liquid it’s soaked in, it’s perfect as an egg replacement for this yummy chocolate pudding recipe!
This recipe contains no processed sugar, flour or high cholesterol eggs, so it’s not only healthy, it’s vegan and gluten free!
And it’s just 175 calories for one whole cup!
Alright, let us for a second, forget about fitness or calorie count or pilates. I know, phew!, right?
Binge eating is my favorite hobby, reading aside. Because, honestly, all of my other hobbies are incomplete without this one glorious feat.
I have realised that there are certain triggers that lead you to binge eating:~
~Whether you’re watching TV shows where the characters are almost always gorging on either pizza or popcorn, F.R.I.E.N.D.S, here’s looking at you! 🍕 🍕
~Whether you read about food in books, watch Nigella Lawson or Rachel Allen in action, or just talk to your friends about which restaurant to visit on your next excursion.
by Peach and Kuma
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