(Well, that’s if you’ll exclude the many savoury muffins I went through at dinnertime when I was little!)
It’s been so sunny these past couple of days.
Plus it’s almost the end of the school holidays 😢, so those are two good enough excuses to make popsicles.
Infused waters are the bomb.
Like, I never have infused waters, but they’re still the bomb.
I remember the first time I tried to infuse water with herbs was during winter last year. You know; winter blues:
Now that I think of it, I haven’t spotted a rainbow in AAAAAAAAAGGGES. (Apart from that really faded one that lasted like 40 seconds the other day.)
But I have eaten a rainbow, so I guess that counts too.
And so have the members of my cooking tech class at school! 😆
So have a gander at this and check out Maria’s blog at SweetSpotting!
What do you think this is?
How do you like my toasts?
It was a half-day at school yesterday* (well, it’s called a half-day, even though we only missed out on one period…), so I decided to make some snazzy toast for lunch!
“Celebrate good times, come on!” (do-do-do-do do doo-dit-do)
You know, I was always one of those people who thought that song went:
“CELEBRATION TIMES, COME ON!”
But then I found out that it wasn’t. As of today.
As of like one minute ago when I searched up the lyrics to see if I’d written the right words (and I hadn’t, so of course I quickly had to change it).
Behold… the stovetop-cake brownie!
I know you haven’t heard of Mr. Stovetop-Cake before. I hadn’t either, until I invented it.