As much as I love a hearty breakfast, there are somedays I feel like something lighter. If you’re looking for something to make that will leave you feeling great after having it, then look no further than a smoothie. I really love making my own at home as I find that bought ones tend to be made just from fruit, whereas I like to add other ingredients like vegetables, nuts or superfood powders to mine.
You might have noticed I’ve been popping by here somewhat sporadically the past couple of months. I’ve been busy working on some behind-the-scenes baking that’s sucking all the energy out of me. Quite literally, actually. Before I tell you about this puffy golden chestnut dutch baby pancake, I’m excited to finally be able to share a sneak peek of what I’ve been baking up.
Ahh this is a food I grew up with! My mom would always make this dessert on weekends and I was infatuated with the taste from a young age. You’ll probably see this menu at Thai restaurants but they often sell it for a lot of money… it is so simple to make and hardly costs a thing to make at home so I really recommend giving that a try. Sometimes people shy away from dishes and desserts that are from other parts of the world as they’re perceived as difficult and exotic… don’t be, many of them are extremely easy to make!