Hey guys, I’ve been working on what is possibly the most boring video on YouTube! Cut into two parts for your background-noise pleasure-
We’ll also be making the channel nice n’ spicy in the next few days/weeks/whenever I get energy back.. I can’t promise too much!
Whenever I see a recipe that says “Easy” or proclaims to have less-than-five ingredients, I am immediately sceptical. I know it’s stupid because there are hundreds upon thousands of baking and cooking recipes that prove my scepticism wrong, but still, I am for a second going “Pfft, can’t be that easy.” Is it because I can screw up the simplest of tasks? Oh, that certainly plays a role.
So, naturally, when I saw Kitchen Cents‘ recipe for “Easy 3-Ingredient Chocolate Mousse” I was sceptical but curious. If I can make mousse with three ingredients? Just dump it all in and blend?
Okay, I’ll give it a go.
Hey, guys! We just wanted to wish you a great break and hope you all have a happy holiday season! We’re going on our holiday break where I hope to stick to a healthy diet of sausages and pavlova.
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Thank you again for stopping by our little corner of the internet and we’ll see you in 2019!
This summer I wanted to try to drastically cut down the number of fizzy drinks in favour of something either more water-like or perhaps make my own refreshing drinks. So for the past few weeks, I’ve been looking at various recipes to quench that thirst*
After a lot of researching I decided to make some berry syrups in three slightly different ways and, hopefully, you’ll love them as much as I do.
Whether you call them ice blocks, treats, pops or Steve Rogers, nothing beats something full of flavour and ice-cold on a summer’s day, so we thought we’d reign in the holiday season and almost the start of the worst weeks of a Queensland summer with some icy treats!
This is one of those great “dump all the ingredients in an appliance and let it do its thing”, what you really need is:
- Your desired frozen fruit (frozen is best because 1- cheaper and 2- sets much faster)
- Coconut milk or thickened cream (or any cream to give it a slightly creamy texture and thickens the mixture)
- Something to give another hint of flavour/sweetener
Want to see what I used?
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