HOLY FUCK THERE ARE CHILDREN ON HERE!
I need recipes like now.
Peanut Butter & Jelly Cups
Chocolate Mugs and Vegan Hot Chocolate
The chocolate skulls used to be on Etsy and are no longer available.
Triple Chocolate Mousse Cake
Chocolate Raspberry Pistachio Tartlets
Chocolate Pancake Cake
The chocolates are made in these two ice cube trays.
Chocolate-Covered Brownie Ice Cream Sandwich
Curry + Sriracha Roasted Chickpeas…I love these little guys. Crunchy and flavorful, full of protein and fiber. Enjoy
I’m not a big coffee drinker and I’m not huge on black tea, but I love chai tea, especially chai lattes. The smell is amazing! So I was so excited to see this soap recipe that uses chai tea as a exfoliating base. Even better, this one also uses melt and pour soap which is incredibly simple to use, meaning you could make a few of these to give away as gifts too (if you don’t end up hoarding them all for yourself!)
I’ve always loved those Foo Dog statues that I see in all those magazines, but the real ones are so expensive. Unfortunately until I can afford to get the real thing, I’m going to have to make do with a faux version, and I love this one - especially the colour! Though I might have to go with a cat figure instead of a dog!
We’re having a bake sale soon to raise funds for Beyond Blue, and I’m still thinking about what I’m going to make.. well I think I’ve found it! Seriously, I have never met anyone who doesn’t love Nutella (though I’m sure there’s someone out there!) and these look super fancy.
The first time I tried churros was in America, and oh my gosh, what a revelation! So good. Unfortunately it’s quite hard to find them here in Adelaide - I only know of one place to get them. Though these pancakes aren’t exactly the same I’m still pretty sure these would be incredibly delicious. Yum.
29 Amazing Vegan Ice Cream Recipes…Welcome to a whole new world of creamy, dreamy, and totally dairy-free ice cream…
You may recognize three of these recipes from the The Simple Veganista Collection…so glad to a part of this line up! ♥
Next time someone tells you to eat more veggies, get down on of these tiny motherfuckers. These low fat, high fiber sons of bitches are healthy as shit without sacrificing flavor. Trying to eat better? START WITH A FUCKING BURGER.
SMOKEY BEAN AND SPINACH SLIDERS
2 cups chopped fresh spinach
1 cup chopped onion
3 cups cooked kidney beans or 2-15 ounce can
1/2 cup cooked brown rice (use leftovers)
4 cloves of garlic, chopped all small and shit
1 tablespoon liquid smoke (like I said, it is near the BBQ sauce at the store I swear. You haven’t even looked yet so stop complaining. It is there)
2 teaspoon soy sauce or tamari
1 tablespoon smoked paprika
2 teaspoons oregano
1 ½ teaspoons ground cumin
black pepper to taste
1/2 cup whole wheat breadcrumbs (any breadcrumbs you have are fine. Got nothing? Just toast up some bread until it is almost burnt looking and real dry then grate them shits or put them in a food processor to get some tiny fucking crumbs. They help soak up all the liquid so don’t leave this shit out)
Warm the oven to 375 degrees and lightly grease a large baking sheet. You can throw down some foil and then grease it if you are a lazy fuck like me and hate doing dishes.
Add the spinach and onion to a food processor and pulse until they are in tiny-ass pieces. Add the kidney beans, rice, garlic, liquid smoke, soy sauce, and seasonings and pulse until everything is all mixed up. It’s fine if a few larger pieces of the beans hang around but you want this looking like kinda paste-like. Place the bean-spinach mixture into a medium bowl and add in the fucking breadcrumbs. This should be slightly sticky and hold nicely when you form it into a ball. If it is too wet, add more breadcrumbs. Taste it and add more spices and whatever until it tastes good to you. Can’t do that shit with ground beef.
No food processor? It’s all good. Just cut up the spinach and the onion extra tiny and add everything but breadcrumbs to a big bowl. Now pound on that shit until it looks like chunky mash potatoes. Then add the breadcrumbs and do all the other shit I say above.
Divide the mixture into 16 patties if you are making sliders or 8 patties if you are making regular burgers. Whateverthefuck you want to do. Place them on the baking sheet, spray them lightly with oil (slow your roll, I said LIGHTLY) and bake for 15 minutes or until the bottom is a crispy golden brown. Flip the patties and bake for 15 or until both sides look awesome. If you are doing full size burgers you might need to let the sides go 5 extra minutes. Let them cool for a few minutes before serving. Pile them high with red onion, avocado, whatever additional deliciousness you’ve got and chow the fuck down.
Makes 16 sliders or 8 regular patties
i get asked a lot about hair tutorials, so here is a round up of 20 from the lovely ABM! There are a few you might have seen on the site before and a few you haven’t. I’m going to share this with my sister, she loves trying new styles!
I have a serious love for Nutella. I can eat it straight from the jar on a spoon! I really hate the fact that it has both sugar and dairy in it, so I decided to make my own. I did still have to use sugar, however I used coconut sugar, which is both natural and unrefined. This Nutella recipe is really easy to make, and only takes about 20 minutes.
1 cup of hazelnuts
1 desert spoon of coconut oil
1/4 cup cocoa powder*
1/4 cup coconut sugar
1 tsp vanilla
1 pinch salt
Roast your hazelnuts in a 150C/300F oven for about 12 minutes (you could even buy pre-roasted hazelnuts). Use a tea towel, or just your hands to rub off the hazelnut skins. Most of them come off really easily, there might be a few stubborn ones, but it doesn’t really matter.
Place the hazelnuts in a high power blender or food processor. In the first 1-2 minutes, the nuts will be very crumbly, but as you keep processing, the natural oils will release and the hazelnuts will eventually resemble butter. Remember to keep scraping down the sides of the blender/food processor as you go.
Add the coconut oil and blend until smooth. Then add the remaining ingredients and blend again.
That’s all! Instant Nutella, and deliciously dark and rich. This is definitely going to be a pantry staple for me. I shared it this morning with a friend on Sonoma spelt toast with sliced banana.
In the above photo, you can see that the consistency is less creamy when compared with the conventional nutella on the left, but this recipe is more wholesome, and much better for you!
Using two sweaters, a little bit of altering and sewing you end up with this super comfy looking dress. OK, so you might not be able to wear it to a nightclub but for grocery shopping or hanging out, this would be perfect!
For some reason pinatas are so expensive - especially for something you end up smashing to bits! Making your own is a much easier and cheaper alternative, but they can be hard to make. This design is simple yet oh-so-pretty. If you can’t bear to hit it, it would also make a great decoration!
Sometimes a soft and delicate outfit needs a soft and delicate accessory. And you can’t get any softer than lace! Combined with a delicate gold chain and you’ve got the perfect accessory for all those sweet Summer dresses.
This is meant to be a ‘Halloween’ wreath, but I loved it so much I’m thinking I need to make it right now! And it couldn’t be simpler to make - all you need is the basic wreath form and a ton of ribbon. I love the black but for a more everyday look I’m thinking of cream or pink. Even a mix of colours would be fun (pastels for Easter?).