Whenever huz and I travel, it’s a joy for us to explore the country’s food, culture and history. This post is dedicated to a delicious memory I have of Madrid, Spain. Downtown Madrid was busy with people of all ages going out for late night eats and was surrounded by the landscape of European buildings and romantic lights. In the horizon, my eyes were locked on a sign that read “Churros con Chocolate.” It was love at first sight. The churros were made fresh-to-order, crispy and sugary with a chewy texture. When the churro was dipped into the chocolate, it made for a savory, crispy and sweet surprise. Continue reading
In our home, we try to avoid as much added sugar as we can. Awhile ago, we took sugar out of our diets and ever since then, anything with too much processed sugar tastes a little too sweet. Because of this, I’ve grown into a habit of making our own desserts or drinks and substituting pure cane sugar with either natural fruits, coconut sugar, or agave.
For this post, I’ll show you how we make our own homemade popsicles with a few simple ingredients. Continue reading
If you have ever walked down the aisle of your local farmer’s market, get overwhelmed by the boxes of cereal and think to yourself, “I wish I can just make my own cereal,” then this post is for you. It’s easier than you think and twice as yummy. I hope that this post inspires you to create your own “primal” cereal mix because the choices are endless. Continue reading
This post was created over my craving of Portland’s Salt&Straw ice cream flavor “Arbequina Olive Oil.” Since that ice cream is only sold in Portland, I was left to create my own and it ended up being a pleasant challenge. Continue reading