You’re going think I am lying, but I’m not. I have eaten a Belgian waffle every single day for breakfast since January 29th. (Thanks to a wonderful birthday present from Pace the day before!) That is over 50 belgian waffles. Seeing as my recipe can only make 5 at a time, that means I have … More Flawless Whole Wheat Belgian Waffles
So, I started a Pinterest account. Not because I want followers, not because I want to follow, but because I needed to do something about the sick amount of recipes I have bookmarked on my browser and starred in my Google Reader. It was getting ridiculous – and they weren’t even useful because the mass … More an amazing lunch
(Edit: This post was written in September but WordPress moved it to January?) I only have 2.3 days left in Austin :(. Merrh. On Friday, I fly out and land in LA in the late evening. I think I will be staying the night at Emily’s and then early in the morning I will drive … More My first poached egg – a success!
I woke up before my alarm today due to voices coming from the driveway. (No worries, just my housemates randomly awake at 6am… I am not sure if they ever went to sleep.) With my extra time, I decided to make something new for breakfast. This has no doubt been done before, but it was … More Salted Chocolate Peanut Butter Oats
I am currently addicted to these muffins. I am quite proud of this recipe, despite its simplicity and ease. I am also loving the nutrition facts, which I will share (which is out of character for mee!). Each muffin boasts about 150 calories of 100% whole wheat goodness, a spoonful of sugar, and a tablespoon … More Peanut Butter Crunch Muffins: A little tuft of heaven
I have been wanting to make this for months. I have put it off and put if off either because I was homeless or because I didn’t have all the ingredients or because the apartment fire alarm got pulled. But I finally did the damn thang. I was inspired by a mix of Heather’s mac … More Truffled Mac n’ Cheese
Y’all must make these today. They are amazing. Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins Recipe: Makes 5 muffins Separate the wet ingredients and the dry ingredients into separate bowls. Combine and mix with as few spatula swipes as possible. Divide into 5 or 6 muffin tins that have been sprayed with canola oil. Bake at 400 for … More OMG, these are better than Starbucks!