I am a 37 year old chick who has let her health/body go due to weight issues and eaten complete crap for most of her LIFE. I've lived most of my life half-assing it trying to get it together, and trying to loose weight, but have obviously failed miserably. This tumblr is to keep me motivated & strong willed as I go down this new journey... I do not want to go into my 40's carrying all this weight...
delectabledelight:

Who’s ready for breakfast? (by Brian Just Got Back From…)


Yum!!! Mexican Breakfast… I want! 

delectabledelight:

Who’s ready for breakfast? (by Brian Just Got Back From…)

Yum!!! Mexican Breakfast… I want! 

3 weeks ago
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Close-up of Suarez bite...

What an animal 😁

3 weeks ago
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bornreadygeneration:

Guilt Free Pancakes!
1 egg
1 banana
chia seeds
fry in coconut oil
top with real maple syrup

Yum!!!

bornreadygeneration:

Guilt Free Pancakes!

1 egg

1 banana

chia seeds

fry in coconut oil

top with real maple syrup

Yum!!!

4 months ago
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Fried Oreo’s!!! LOVE oreo’s, especially fried ones… YUMMO!!!

Fried Oreo’s!!! LOVE oreo’s, especially fried ones… YUMMO!!!

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3 weeks ago
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delectabledelight:

Double Rainbow Triffle
RECIPE HERE!


OMG!!! Birthday Cake idea for my niece…. LOVE!!!

delectabledelight:

Double Rainbow Triffle

RECIPE HERE!

OMG!!! Birthday Cake idea for my niece…. LOVE!!!

3 weeks ago
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Anonymous said: Can you please post up your Thai tea macaron recipe? I just tried to make them and I failed horribly :(

ayyynatalie:

Aww it’s okay, practice makes perfect :)

Thai Tea Macarons

2/3 cup almond flour
1 1/2 cups powdered sugar
3 egg whites
5 tbsp granulated sugar
1 packet of Dede instant Thai tea mix or 1-2 teabags of Thai tea leaves, ground finely in a food processor
Orange gel food coloring (optional) 

1. Preheat the oven to 280-300 degrees.
2. Sift almond flour and powdered sugar together with the Thai tea. 
3. Beat egg whites until frothy, then add 1 tablespoon at a time of granulated sugar until you get stiff peaks (you can hold the bowl over your head without any falling out). Add gel food coloring at this point and beat, if you desire.
4.  Then add the almond/powdered sugar/thai tea mixture to the egg whites, and fold until you get a thick consistency that you can drop off the spoon and it will slowly incorporate after 30 seconds. (like molten lava)
5. Put the macaronage in a piping bag and pipe out 1-1.5inch circles on pans lined with parchment paper. Drop the baking sheets lightly several times on the table to get rid of air bubbles.
6. Crucical step: Let the macarons dry out for 15-30 minutes, or until the tops are dull and not sticky.
7. Bake the macarons for 15 minutes, and let cool before sandwiching together.

Thai Tea Ganache


3 ounces white chocolate, chopped (the baking bars are good)
1/4 cup heavy whipping cream
1-2 thai tea bags or leaves
1-2 tbsp butter 

1. Heat up the cream to almost boiling, and put the tea bags in.
2. Put the white chocolate in a bowl.
3. After the cream is hot and fragrant of Thai Tea, pour the hot cream over the white chocolate and stir until smooth. 
4. Add in the butter, and mix until combined.
5. Chill in the freezer/fridge until firm enough to pipe. 

Yum! I must make these babies :)

1 month ago
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renniesane:

Easiest Homemade Chocolate
• 2 cups cocoa powder  • 3/4 to 1 cup coconut butter / oil. Melted  • 3-5 tablespoons stevia, honey, or agave. Add more to sweeten more  • optional, almond milk for a more ‘milky’ version  • add ins like nuts, cocoa nibs, berries, etc.
—> combine the oil and the sweetener together, add the cocoa powder, then mix ins if using.
—> pour into candy moulds or flat surface, freeze until hard. You can also melt them again.
—> ENJOY! x
Renniesane / Tumblr
Makes 10 small bars per bar: Calories: 219.4 Fat: 19.2 Protein: 5.7 Carbs: 9.6 Fiber: 5.7 Sugar: 3


This is pretty easy to make… Nice!!!

renniesane:

Easiest Homemade Chocolate

• 2 cups cocoa powder
• 3/4 to 1 cup coconut butter / oil. Melted
• 3-5 tablespoons stevia, honey, or agave. Add more to sweeten more
• optional, almond milk for a more ‘milky’ version
• add ins like nuts, cocoa nibs, berries, etc.

—> combine the oil and the sweetener together, add the cocoa powder, then mix ins if using.

—> pour into candy moulds or flat surface, freeze until hard. You can also melt them again.

—> ENJOY! x

Renniesane / Tumblr

Makes 10 small bars per bar:
Calories: 219.4
Fat: 19.2
Protein: 5.7
Carbs: 9.6
Fiber: 5.7
Sugar: 3

This is pretty easy to make… Nice!!!

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9 months ago
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