In a blogger’s world, any recipe that is worth repeating is a BIG DEAL.
3 times in 1 weekend.
Make them! Perfectly fudgy, melty, and chewy like store bought popsicles, but much richer and homemade tasting. Perfection.
Wings are one of my boyfriend’s food groups, and although I can’t deny their deliciousness, I can’t get on board with its fried fatty calorie bomb.
I was highly skeptical indeed about cauliflower even coming anywhere close to resembling chicken wings.
I guess miracles do happen?
Try them, you won’t be disappointed.
I was lacking a simple, healthy, easy zucchini bread recipe on here. Until now!
I don’t usually do this, but I wanted to try something new and use pic monkey to create a graphic! Since this blog is first and foremost my way of documenting my creations, I think that this falls under that category.
This is one of the workouts that I’ve been doing lately. I love being able to run outside in the summer, but I usually have to keep myself from getting too bored when I’m running by myself! When the music gets old, and I’m not feeling the audiobooks, I like to break up the miles with some circuit training.
This morning, I went through this workout 3 times at the park and around my neighborhood (and borrowed the edge of someone’s yard…oops).
I’ve been wanting to try making my own raw chocolate for a while, and I don’t know why I waited so long! With only 3 ingredients, it couldn’t be easier.
Of course, once I deemed the chocolate a delicious success, peanut butter cups were the natural progression.
Hello, cute little heart molds from IKEA. You’re supposed to be for ice cubes, but I don’t care! Although now that I think about it, some fruit-infused heart ice cubes would be adorable.
These are SO easy and delicious, I’m kicking myself for never trying to make them before!
The prep time may be a tiny bit longer to make the cream cheese filling, but the end product is pretty cute and doesn’t need any frosting or other decorating!
The chocolate cake is so dark chocolatey and moist–I’m sure it would be great on its own too! Bonus: it’s vegan!