I never hear people talking about strawberry pie. Well, I’m here to tell you it’s awesome. Dab a little whipped cream on top of that baby and you’ve got yourself an awesome dessert. For Easter, my ma made a strawberry pie with jello that is a little different than straight up strawberry sauce and maybe a bit lighter as well. Here’s a recipe if you’re feeling pie-happy.
This shit is so good. If you’re looking for a way lighter alternative to ice cream bars, these greek frozen yogurt bars from Yasso are a true delight. Sometimes ice cream can be heavy, super sugary and not congruent with yo fitness plan. I tried the strawberry ones and they were perfectly light and a hint of fruit that would be even more perfect on a super hot, sunny day.
Read all the nutrition facts. They are awesome. Like, 6 grams of protein and 70 calories awesome. Also, the same as eating one egg. Weird.
Doesn’t it feel good to be eating frozen treats again?! I’m sure there will be days when it’s banana float with caramel and whipped cream time, but for days when you want something light and sweet without all the added sugar, these are BOMB.
This salad was fucking awesome and yummy. As a money-crunched gal in the city, I’ve had to seriously curb my restaurant eating (dammit!). One thing I LOVE to eat out are really good salads. I’m not talking that iceberg shit with dry chicken, one grape tomato and a choice of 5 Garden Valley dressings. I’m talking amazing. My favorite it a roasted beet salad, but I have yet to try it homeward bound.
Anyways, I’ve thrown together an amazing and easy recipe for an awesome garlic chicken avocado salad.
Roasted Chicken (I buy a whole roasted chicken and eat it over a couple of days. It’s an easy and yummy alternative to baking or roasting your own chicken at home. The one I bought this time was a roasted garlic chicken)
1 Avocado (you want a softish avocado when you’re shopping. Don’t buy a hard one because it will take days to ripen)
Cherry or grape tomatoes
Newman’s Own garlic and parmesan salad dressing
Salt + Pepper
Stacy’s pita chips or croutons
Wash the lettuce. Even the lettuce that comes “pre-washed,” because people are big fat liars. (Do I need to say ‘put lettuce on a plate’? Do it.) Dice up however much cucumber and red onion you want, throw it on top of the romaine and put the rest in a bag or container for other meals. Throw on a few grape tomatoes now too.
Cut the avocado in half lengthwise. If you don’t know the 411 on avocados, they have a huge ball in the middle. When you cut the avocado in half, you want to leave the ball in one half of the avocado if you want to save it for later. For some science-y reason, the ball helps the avocado stay fresh longer than without. If you wanna use the whole avocado, don’t eat the ball, for the love of God. Use a spoon to scoop the avocado out, and then dice it up however you please. Throw on salad.
Next, peel some chicken off of the whole chicken and toss on the salad. Pour on the garlic and parmesan dressing and finish with salt and pepper. Then I topped everything off with Stacy’s pita chips or your favorite croutons.
Then, eat your heart out.
Fuck yeah. Melted ice cream is the best food ever.
Supplies: Ice cream, spoon or fork, time
Directions: Sit on counter for 5-7 minutes. Eat!
Tis the season, bitches. That’s right: Girl Scout Cookies will be melting in our mouths in a little over two weeks. You can even enter your zip code for the nearest Girl Scout council in your area. This is one fine American tradition, folks.
What’s your favorite cookie?! It’ almost too cruel to choose.
The 65-year-old chef is synonymous with butter, sugar and cooking whatever the fuck she wants using those ingredients. Perhaps one of the most outrageous recipes is her donut burger. Barf.
Anyone who watches her show or is familiar with her cooking cannot possibly be shocked that this woman has type 2 diabetes, which is caused by having an unhealthy diet. Lucky for Deen, pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk offered her an endorsement deal to promote diabetes medication. How CONVENIENT, seeing as she was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in 2008.
Is there really anything more soulless than having a TV show based on cooking and shameless consumption of fat, getting diabetes and hiding it only until a pharmaceutical company pays you to endorse medication?
What’s more is that she’s defending her eating choices and southern cooking. News flash, Paula Deen, being self righteous about eating like shit and being fat makes you look like a huge jerk. Being overweight and unhealthy is never cool or something to be proud of. Obesity is a huge issue with the health of Americans and it needs to be taken seriously, not encouraged.
Eat what you want in moderation. How hard is that? Really?
Chef, travel channel host of the coolest show alive and all around awesome guy, Anthony Bourdain, was understandably miffed at the entire situation. He tweeted, “Thinking of getting into the leg-breaking business, so I can profitably sell crutches later.” What a rock star.
Paula Deen hilariously shot back at Bourdain saying that “You know, not everybody can afford to pay $58 for prime rib or $650 for a bottle of wine,” all while wearing an expensive chinchilla coat. So she hates animals and claims to be poor. Sociopath?
By the by, type 2 diabetes can be managed without medication by changing to a healthy diet and engaging in exercise. I guess it’s better for her fans to fill themselves with pills and butter than to eat vegetables and work out a couple times a week. You can really tell how much she cares about her fans, as well as other overweight Americans.