Love this idea, mostly because fresh herbs are crazy expensive and I never use them all up before they go bad: chop up your herbs and stick them into an ice cube tray, then cover with olive oil and freeze.
Toss a cube or two into your pan whenever you’re in need, and presto: fresh herbs, all winter long.
In a bowl, mix together the butter, sugars, vanilla, and egg yolk. Add in the flour and salt. Mix until combined. Add in the chocolate chips. Put the dough into a small microwaveable bowl, ramekin, or coffee cup. Microwave for 40-60 seconds or until the cookie looks done. Best served warm… Enjoy!
has anyone following me tried this yet? I’m wondering if it’s worth it
I literally just did. It’s interesting, the lowest parts are the tastiest, don’t use as many chocolate chips as they recommend unless you want to overload the dough. Really easy, so why not.
Bananas - If you reach out for a banana when you feel hungry instead of an empty calorie snack, you’ll nourish your body and you’ll be ingesting way less fat and sugar than many snacks.
Eggs - As long as you’re not eating 12 of them in one week, eggs are good for you.
Almonds - Just one handful of almonds will keep you full for a long time because they are great at suppressing appetite.
Avocados - It contains good fats (monounsaturated fatty acids) and it contains protein that will fill you up nicely
Peanut Butter - You can easily find peanut butter that contains only 100% roasted peanuts (you can buy the organic and non-organic kinds). There are no hydrogenated oils, sugar or salt added to the peanut butter. This is a healthy option.
Oatmeal - Is a great super food because it’s low in sugar, high in fiber and it’s so quick to prepare.
Apples - Packing an apple for your daily snack will not only add one fruit/vegetable portion to your daily recommended intake and the fiber will fill up your stomach