Old fashion pop corn made with coconut oil, no butter just some popcorn salt, it is wonderful! I am not sure but I think it is the coconut oil. It just seems to make everything taste better! Deb Pheifer
What works for me is a small amount of the best chocolate I can find, and then, instead of "eating" it, I simply let a small square melt on my tongue. I can keep 20 grams (about 2/3 ounce) of chocolate going this way, 5 grams at a time, for close to 20 minutes.
The DIY chocolate croissant idea sounds awesome! A little bit of luxury and not much guilt. The only problem with it is that you can't make just one. The package contains 8 crescents -- if I baked up all of them, I'd be tempted to eat several at once. I suppose one could bake them all and freeze the other 7, but I'm not sure how many would actually get into the freezer...
I like to slice bananas, freeze them for about 15 min so they are firm and then cover them in melted chocolate and refreeze. DIY as opposed to buying it prepackaged and getting a lot more additives and paying more.
2/3/2014 9:34:17 AM
starting again on the journey hopefully I will be down 30 lbs by May 24
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