Lemon poppy seed oatmeal! Again using this bottomless oatmeal recipe, and adapting the flavouring from The Oatmeal Artist. Notes on the oatmeal: You have to let this stuff simmer for about 2 hours - as long as possible, really. The idea is to force the grains to absorb as much water as possible. Also, leave the lid on your pot - this will keep the water in, and force it to be absorbed. The more liquid that escapes, the smaller the portion! However, I have ended up having to leave the lid off for a few minutes right before I eat the oatmeal, in order to not have it SO liquidy. To the oats I added: juice of 1 lemon, a bit less than 1/2 mashed banana, ~2 tsp poppy seeds, ~1/4 cup sugar free maple syrup, ~3 tbsp baking stevia, and ~ 2 tsp cinnamon.
More oatmeal (again, using the bottomless oats recipe), this time with CHOCOLATE! Yay, giant bowl of chocolate [oats] in my tummy right now! Basically, I added 1 1/2 tbsp cocoa powder, a few hazlenuts, and a whole pile of stevia, adapted from Chocolawty. Uh, YUM! (You know, this really makes me think that I need to get some stevia extract. All of this powdered stevia is getting a bit overwhelming... )
Attempted, and HATED, this cereal. Erm... wow, epic fail, right there, guys!
I started a new anime - Soul Eater. Boy, I am SUCH an anime freak.
My computer totally got infected with a virus on Friday, and I spent all Friday and the better part of Saturday babying the poor thing. Luckily, M and I were able to fix it, and all is well now... I hope!
Guess what! Home made lemonade: 1/2 lemon to 1 cup water, and stevia to taste. YUM! It's so easy, why haven't I tried this before?