I don’t have much to say in this post, as opposed to my last one where I described my decisions behind adopting a vegan lifestyle. That doesn’t make it a rant. It’s not a rant. It WASN’T a rant, okay? First, read the post. Then decide. I’m sharing my views, not forcing them on you.
This isn’t a new recipe. I guess it’s not really an old recipe either. It would be more appropriate to say it’s a recycled recipe. This is a revisited and improved recipe of an older post for vegan chocolate muffins. So that tired (and I’ll admit, imperfect) muffin recipe has been upgraded and replaced by this one for dark chocolate
Baking is my kind of therapy. A peaceful silence settling into the kitchen, broken only by music on the radio – yes, we have a radio, and it plays old school tunes because mum picks the channel – the hum of the oven and the gentle whir of the fan. Outside, Joey our dog happily
Today’s recipe might seem mildly insane because of it’s insanely long title, so I thought we’d take it step by step: Double decker. Well, that’s because there’s two layers of each flavour to make these chocolate pumpkin brownie bars doubly delicious. Chocolate. So no, these actually don’t contain any chocolate… (sorry!) I used raw cacao instead.
Sometimes, I like to make things difficult. Sometimes it’s worth it, but mostly it’s not. Taking the time to make homemade almond milk falls into the totally-worth-it category. The benefits of homemade almond milk Where to begin? I guess I could start by asking: have you ever read the ingredients list of your favourite almond
I had an idea: they should just change the ‘F’ of FODMAPs to fruit. Because it’s all about sugar right? And one of the richest source of sugar – and worst source for symptoms – is fructose. Fructose, fruit – they’re basically the same thing anyway, right? Hah. I wish. I wish I could eat
There’s something enticing about that too bright yellow box with a monkey face plastered across it. I’m talking Coco Pops. There’s something even more enticing about the catchphrase “Just like a chocolate milkshake, onlyyyy CRUNCHY!” It’s basically what crunchy peanut butter did for the spreads industry, but what puffed chocolate cereal does to milk. What’s not so