I love this juice.
Cleansing, purifying, digestion soothing, plus iron and vitamin boosting.
The bonus prize? A dose of sweet root vegetables kicks sugar cravings to the floor. (I’m great with hangovers too.)
Beetroot + beetroot tops + mint + celery + apple + lemon
Summer mood, summer looks.
Artist “Puuung” captures those little moments that make love whole in these heartwarming illustrations. In relationships, every-day interactions are more important than grand gestures—basically, don’t forget the small things.
“Love is something that everybody can relate to. And Love comes in ways that we can easily overlook in our daily lives. So, I try to find the meaning of love in our daily lives and make it into artwork,” writes Puuung on Facebook.
You will need:
red food coloring
a piping bag & decorating tip
Wash and rinse the strawberries. Make sure they are 100% dry before dipping them in chocolate. If the strawberries are wet, the chocolate won’t stick to them. Then poke a wooden skewer through the top of each strawberry.
Dip the strawberry in melted white chocolate.
Allow the chocolate to cool and harden.
Here’s another trick I learned from Pinterest, though it was originally used for cake pops: use a colander to hold the strawberries while the chocolate dries.
Once each strawberry was dipped in chocolate, I mixed in a few drops of red food coloring to the leftover chocolate, spooned it into a piping bag, and piped it onto the strawberries. If you don’t have a piping bag, you could try using a plastic bag and cut the tip off of a corner, but I think a piping bag would work much better.
By the time I was finished,
I had a whole bouquet of chocolate covered strawberry roses!
Is that really another year gone by?
In some ways it feels like yesterday, in others it feels like I have always blogged.
So I just wanted to say a huge, massive THANK YOU to everyone who has ever taken the time to read, share, like or comment on my blog.