It’s been a while.
So long, in fact, I look back at my collection of pictures and have no idea which meal goes with which day or exciting event in my life.
Looks like I had quite a few salads:
Apparently I had an apple
or 10 throughout the past week.
And lots of yogurt with fruit. I’ve actually gotten a lot better about simplifying my breakfasts lately. Yogurt + fruit + coffee + a small scoop of nut butter seems to have been doing the trick.
I guess I put that leftover oat bran to good use?
And free Panda Express
that burnt the roof of my mouth off might have been consumed.
Actually, I wasn’t lying about the burning my mouth part. Even though I picked out all the peppers. They obviously still left their fiery remnants amongst the chicken.
I might’ve had to chug almond milk afterwards. Or I’m just doing this for show. Who knows? I can’t remember.
I do remember how excited I was for my fortune cookie. I love fortune cookies.
Heyyy I’m likin’ the looks of this fortune
Except then I learned that if you eat your whole fortune cookie the fortune won’t come true. Darn it.
I don’t have evidence of my waffles, chips, and a slice of pizza dinner. So that obviously never happened.
A little baking did go gown in my kitchen though.
Come to me.
Nutella cream cheese brownies anyone???
I swear by this brownie recipe (although I also added about 2 tsp of instant coffee powder and ~1/4 cup Nutella to the batter). And then based the Nutella cream cheese topping off of this recipe. However I wanted to make them extra Nutella-ie so I used:
- 8 oz light cream cheese
- ~1 cup Nutella (maybe even more. I honestly just scooped it in until it tasted right)
And doubled everything else (except I used no butter since I figured the extra Nutella more than made up for the lack of butter ).
Ooooey gooooey deliciousness.
So so rich.
However it was my cookies that got the raves! These cookies never ever fail to disappoint. Seriously. Make them. (Note – I added probably about 2 Tbsp. worth of cinnamon to this batter. And cooked them for 7 minutes. But they usually take 9 minutes. Everyone’s oven is different!)
Oh crap. I found this on my camera too.
But I’m pretty sure I used the whole jar in my recipe, and I was just scraping some of the sides off. I think?