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Raw Cookie Dough Milkshake

Please be advised: this blog has a new title: “Chocolate Milkshake Covered Katie” And now, back to your regularly-scheduled recipes… Yesterday, in the comments of the recipe for the Healthy Shamrock Shake, I brainstormed one way to make a cookie dough variation. One of my non-blogger friends saw the comment and asked if I’d make the shake […]

Healthy Shamrock Shakes!

What’s your favorite milkshake flavor? Mine’s always been mint chocolate chip… although the last time I drank a real milkshake, it was chocolate. To be honest, the vibrant green color enthralls me more than anything else. (Have you seen the Shamrock Shakes from McDonalds or the mint chocolate chip milkshakes from Baskin Robbins?) It goes […]

Peanut Butter Frosting

Smooth or Crunchy? More of y’all like crunchy peanut butter than smooth, according to a poll on Twitter. I always figured it’d be the other way around! Banana Bread for One I created the above frosting for a friend, as a challenge. This friend has a serious frosting addiction. In fact, freshman year of college, she […]

Magic Breakfast Pudding

I’m loving the beautiful weather. It’s weird to think last week was –4 and today will reach over 80 degrees. Warm weather does not mean I give up my beloved breakfast grain bowls; I just eat them cold! (Actually, I eat cold oatmeal in winter too. I’m strange like that.) Today’s brekkie was a twist […]

Banana Bread for One

I’d argue that brown and mushy bananas are actually even better than yellow (and much better than green!). Brownness signifies ripeness, so darker bananas yield sweeter fruit. Especially for those interested in eating less refined sugar, these fruits are perfect for smoothies, puddings, cakes, or even the raw fudge I’ve been eating non-stop. One can also peel and […]

Vegan Red Velvet Pancakes

Heart Healthy. Or not so much. It’s ironic that—thanks to sugary sweets, fancy dinners, and rich desserts—a day devoted to matters of the heart can be so dangerous for your heart. Google “red velvet” and your results will be saturated with butter, eggs, heavy cream, and enough sugar to sweeten even the Grinch. Pretty, for […]

Victoria’s not-so-naughty Secret

More Boobies!! Remember our fun Boobies Discussion? Leave it to Victoria’s Secret to glamorize bras. No longer must women choose between black and white. They can buy blue. Or red. Or pink polka dot. If you happen to be filthy rich, you can even purchase their Fantasy Bra. It’s only 15 million dollars. What Victoria’s […]

My Little Chocolate Book

Red Velvet Pancakes. That’s how I’ve decided to spend my Valentine’s Day. Unfortunately, the recipe won’t go up until Tuesday, since I haven’t had time to create a post. There are still many Valentine-themed recipes I wish to share; can we just consider February Valentine Month? Upcoming recipes include: Red Velvet Pancakes, Chocolate-Raspberry Fudge Cake, […]

Easy Soy-Free Pudding

Hello Chocolate Pudding Pies! Speaking of chocolate pudding… Last week I fixed the voluminous oatmeal post, so this week, I tackled another post in dire need of fixing: the soy-free pudding tutorial post. It was awfully confusing and convoluted. I’m re-posting the updated post so you don’t have to bother clicking on links to find […]

Raspberry Marzipan Muffins for Two

Or halve the recipe if you’re single.   The Raspberry Diet I think I’d really like that diet… the “eat as many raspberries as is humanly possible” diet. Lately, I’ve not only been eating them plain, but also in oatmeal, truffles, raw fudge cake, and now muffins: Raspberry Marzipan Muffins (makes 2 muffins) 6 tbsp flour (I […]

Soy-Free Love Potion

Remember middle school, when “going out” with someone meant his dad would drive him to meet you—and your mom—at the movies? Today I was thinking back to middle school, the time when girls discover that whole “boys have cooties” thing is a lie. My mind wandered through first crushes to first kisses to first dates. […]

Healthier Chocolate Cake

Have you ever seen the movie, Matilda? Every time someone mentions chocolate cake, I unfortunately think of a scene from Matilda, where a boy named Bruce Bogtrotter is forced to eat an entire chocolate cake. It’s so gross that even I am turned off of chocolate for a while. Miss Trunchbull kept the whole school […]

Single-Lady Carrot Cake Cupcake

Once upon a time, I devised a super-healthy cupcake to bring to a nursing home. A Popularity Contest Voted most popular? The 24-Carrot Cupcakes. With their good-for-you stats and delicious taste, it seemed everyone in bloggieland wanted to be their friend. However, the cupcakes must’ve done something to fall out of favor with the “in” […]

Banana Pancakes and Tiramisu Fudge

Yesterday, the sun decided to show its face in Texas. The night before, I’d resigned myself to another treadmill run. But as soon as I saw the sunshine, Mr. Dreadmill was stood up. Sorry, man. 😕 Seven miles, in 10-degree weather, through 5 inches of snow was surprisingly fun. No, really! The sun’s presence, combined […]

Raw Chocolate Fudge Cake

What do you like to do on Snow Days? Growing up in the Philadelphia area, we had a lot of snow days. Once, school was closed for 17 days straight! My favorite things to do on snow days: make snow cones, make snow forts, and build snow families. Oh, and then come in for hot […]