TBH this could be two BIG cookies but I am that much of a glutton.Continue reading
Last year, my husband was diagnosed with Diabetes type II, and since then I’ve been looking for alternative desserts that he can eat. And boy, has it been an easy task… not.
The road to a healthy weight is paved with temptations, but I think the most important thing is to know there are alternatives that can both satisfy your sweet tooth and boost your weight loss, like this one.
The ingredients are apples (I only have Gala apples right now so they will do), honey, rolled oats, Greek yogurt, and the same spices you would add to your version of apple pie.Continue reading
Full disclosure, I am still fat (currently 211 pounds), but I have lost 18 pounds since my highest weight and am working on the remainder. Here is what is working for me:Continue reading
YES, IT DOES WORK! And it’s super easy and takes almost no time except the half-hour in the oven! Continue reading
Last week it was Easter break and though I appreciate the chance of sleeping late and playing videogames all day, it’s nice to come back to a routine where days don’t just bleed into each other and existence is meaningless. Even if I am still at home. Continue reading
Masala Chai, or most commonly known as Chai Tea has become a weakness of mine. I first tried it when I was in yoga classes, back in 2013 when my yoga instructor would share a cup of it with us at the end of each session. I particularly love the one they sell in Starbucks but a grande is more expensive than buying a box of teabags, and neither compares to the one the instructor made. So I researched how to make it and it’s really cheap but most of all, it’s delicious! Continue reading
Yesterday, it was my husband’s birthday and since this is one of my husband’s favorite desserts, I made it along with a key lime pie. Continue reading