Chocolate Stash & What to Make Next
Lately I’ve been trying to thin out my cupboards and organize them more. That’s code for, I’d rather not spend money on non-perishable grocery items until I use up what I have on hand.
Case in point the Curried Ginger & Raisin lentils were made with all on-hand ingredients
And so were the Microwave Blueberry Banana Oat Cakes
And so were the Microwave Chocolate Peanut Butter & Oat Snack Bars
Speaking of Chocolate, when I was going through my cupboards I realized I have quite a stash. And this is just a fraction of it.
I did do a post about what my on-hand cupboard and pantry staple items are, and yes, chocolate is clearly a key item.
Chocolate makes the world go round, right?
Since we’re talking about a Chocolate Stash, if you need Chocolate Recipes ideas, I have a whole page dedicated to them.
From my last post about picture taking in public, it was interesting to hear everyone’s comfort levels. Some of you are very comfortable and you don’t care at all about snapping away while others are more conservative and self-conscious about it all.
It seems that a point and shoot may make things a little easier and more comfortable than lugging a DSLR out, too.
And it was great to read about what you used to think was a big deal, but have now realized, isn’t such a big deal after all. I think it’s great when we can keep life in perspective and not sweat the small stuff as much.
Lots of great comments on that post. Thank you! And thanks to all the first time commenters, new blog readers, and de-lurkers for stopping by and saying hi!
If you need anything else to get your Chocolate Monster going, try a No Bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Ball with Chocolate Chips. You can add a high protein option to them, too.
1. Do you have a stash of anything on hand? If so, what?
I like to keep a stash of paper products (toilet paper, kleenex, paper towels)
Household items like cleaners and detergents
This is a super silly question for me…yes!