I haven’t had a beef burger in over 13 years and it’s been a little over a year and a half since I’ve
I know what you’re thinking…”But, I thought you were lactose intolerant?” or maybe you weren’t thinking that. Well, I am, but my husband looooooooves classic cheesecake, but always feels guilty after eating a slice from a restaurant. This is why I came up with this recipe for a healthier cheesecake to keep the guilt level down. The key is finding substitutions for as many unhealthy ingredients as possible.
This is a simple yet delicious spin on the Winner Waffles. The banana makes the waffles extra moist so they melt in your mouth. Oh so yummy!
As a kid I never really bought into the whole pop-tart craze, it just wasn’t my thing. The crust was too dry and flour-y. A glass of water was a must after consumption. Toaster strudels stood a better chance but they didn’t win my vote either. The crust was better but
I really dislike craving something that isn’t readily available. For example, a couple of weeks ago I had the flu and didn’t eat for 3 days. I felt awful, and since I don’t take medication, I didn’t have much relief. On day 4 I started feeling a little better and had a mini appetite. All I could think about was the apple salad I occasionally ordered from a restaurant located downtown. Mmmmmm! But I felt bad