What my degree in IPE didn't teach me about baking, DIY, fitness, and life…
As expected, December is not going to be an easy one to meet my healthy living challenge, that is to make this Christmas season binge free. This past week alone, I hosted a gingerbread house raising, made Christmas cookies and blondies (will be sharing those recipes soon) for a church event, and made Christmas candy and bars (also on their way) for our Christmas party. And oh yeah, we had the Christmas party with a giant dessert buffet. I’ll admit it, I did have seconds, but I didn’t overdo it – partially because I knew I had this challenge. Why not come and join in too. You’ll have the chance to win a Mastrad Oil Mister. Just click on the blog button below.
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Gingerbread House Raising: December Bakemasters party. It was so much fun =)
Gingerbread House Recipes and How-To: All the specifics to make your gingerbread dreams come true
Caprese Salad Bites: An awesome appetiser, that’s easy but looks great! Perfect for Christmas parties =)
Pasta with Shredded Brussels Sprouts and Pine Nuts (Emmy Cooks): With a bit of a sugar overload, I think I need something both healthy and comforting this week. This one fits the bill. I love the idea of shredding brussels sprouts.
Peppermint Crunch Cookie Dough Ball (Picky Palate): It’s a giant cookie dough ball to put next to your cheese ball and then you have an entire meal at your fingertips.
Candy Cane Bagels (Half Baked Harvest): How cool are these? Seriously, must go make this right now!