This post was supposed to be published in june, but it somehow got lost up until now. But ok, it’s never late for frozen yogurt bars, right? They are definitely suited for enjoying all year round. Even more if you love desserts as much as we do.
Who doesn’t like gummy bears? They were totally our favorite as kids. Especially the red ones. Yum! But we all know how bad these little gummy candies are, at least as far as calories and blood sugar are concerned, and given the fact that after the first candy it’s hard to stop, we have decided to make healthy homemade gummy candies, with only THREE ingredients.
Autumn has begun, and with it so does the rhapsodies of aromas and plusses on the weight scale. We simply can’t resist apple pies, cinnamon rolls and inescapable soups. We comfort ourselves that we need to prepare our bodies for the long and cold cold winter, oh sweet lies, as sweet as the pies that we eat. Besides, after a long autumn walk, the best thing we can do for our frostily body and empty stomach is to warm them up with a warm and tasty soup, right?
We know, we know, Valentine’s Day is over, gifts and tenderness have been exchanged, and why would we now bring you a recipe for pink heart shaped cookies, you ask? Well, we think that when you love somebody, you should show and celebrate that love daily, and what better way to do it than with cookies?
We have to admit that dinner is our favorite meal of the day. Breakfast is always about some fruit or chia pudding, but we love dinner time because then we just go full out. Pancakes, pasta, mom’s croissants…
When we were little Sandra loved cheesecake, and I did not really. I was a real chocoholic.The other day it occurred to me why not make a cake and connect what is dearest to her and to me. Connect cheesecake and chocolate cake. This idea sounded so tempting.