January 30, 2012
I like the inapinch.com website. It has some awesomely easy recipes, most with common ingredients that can be found in the pantry. I made a super simple chocolate cake the other night and can I tell you- it was delicious! With only four pieces eaten that night the rest of the cake haunted me until I finally fell asleep. It was calling my name when I was finishing up the dinner dishes, driving a child to youth group, even when I was doing a load of laundry. This is the con I face when baking. I love having something at least semi homemade in the house but this desert took the ... well...cake! A Sarah Lee or Entemann product does the same thing to me. I mean, who can stop after one piece of a raspberry cheese coffeecake? If it wasn't for my kids I wouldn't try to make things so comfy. Maybe I should rethink that last part...
She Buzz Words
- Science Project
- Salt Scrub
Right Now She Could be
- Searching Craigslist
- Downloading your app
- Writing a proposal
- Planning her garden
She Could be working at a
- Music Center
- Car Service
- Newspaper Stand
- Ice Rink
The average American woman consumes approximately 4,600 milligrams of sodium a day, twice the recommended amount. Here are some hidden sodium traps:
- 1 cup of cottage cheese has 819 milligrams of sodium.
- 1 12 oz can of soda has 50 milligrams of sodium.
- 1 cup of vegetable juice has 653 milligrams of sodium.
- 1 croissant has 424 milligrams of sodium.
- 1 cup of seasoned bread crumbs has 2,111 milligrams of sodium
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