The things I do for desserts...who knew that not a person nor religion would help me become a better person Instead sweets made me become a better person. By now you should all know that I have an abnormal obsession or love, whatever you want to call it, for all things sweet. This includes my highly unhealthy intake of it. Heck if I could get away with eating desserts as my breakfast, lunch and dinner, I would in a heartbeat.
I don't know why but for some reason I tend to always struggle when making bread. It might be the fact that I'm not quite sure how to figure out if it's fully baked unlike cakes that I could just easily test it with a tooth pick. It might be that I can never seem to get it golden brown like other baker's can or that I'm not sure if the bread is suppose to be hard or whether its suppose to look that way.
Just to avoid the confusion, I am not a vegan nor a vegetarian in any way. I am a born and raised omnivore. I eat meat, seafood, carbs, gluten, nuts, veggies, fruits and a whole lot of sweets. Now, that being said let us all focus on the word sweet. Sweet is directly labeled as desserts when you are talking my language.
My absolute favorite dessert? one word and syllable. CAKE. Exactly what this post is all about. The only difference is that this is a healthier cake which based on my guideline is always an up thumbs.
Patience is a virtue. I would often say this phrase to all my dearest friends whenever the occasion arise, usually requiring a deep yet straightforward answer to life's lessons. The reaction I would get is a roll of the eyes and the automatic assumption that I don't exist. Truth be told I got this phrase from Evelyn Canahan played by the beautiful Rachel Weisz in the film "The Mummy". She said this when she was trying to find the book of Amun-Ra in the museum and I have ever since then used this saying countless times.
Brownies. Every home baker has either made them or has been known for them. Personally I already had my fair share of these luscious chocolatey treats. I've had them with milk, a scoop of ice cream or just plain. " But ", Now I like using the word but. It symbolises a contradiction or exception, normally followed by a new discovery of some sort, which is always a good thing. Anyway going back to what I was about to say...