Hey guys,
I was getting a new post ready for you, however, I’ve received some news about an overseas friend that passed away yesterday so I’m just taking a few days to get my head together, but we’ll be back soon.

 

L xoxoxo

I Tried Making A Three Ingredient Chocolate Mousse!

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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.

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Happy Holidays!

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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.

While we’re gone we hope to be fixing some things around here, so to keep updated, follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!

Thank you again for stopping by our little corner of the internet and we’ll see you in 2019!

DIY Drink Syrups, Done 3 Ways

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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.

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Summer Lovin’ Ice Blocks

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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:

 

  1. Your desired frozen fruit (frozen is best because 1- cheaper and 2- sets much faster)
  2. Coconut milk or thickened cream (or any cream to give it a slightly creamy texture and thickens the mixture)
  3. Something to give another hint of flavour/sweetener

 

Want to see what I used?

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