Now, from reading the things I usually make, you probably know that I’m not the most disciplined of home cooks, and therefore the food I make are not the healthiest of dishes. Remember my longganisa quesadilla? Mighty tasty, but probably not the best thing for your heart. But lately I’ve been trying to expand my repertoire with food one might consider healthy. And that’s what brings me to today’s snack: mango almond granola bars.
If you’ve noticed from my latest posts so far, I’ve been having way too much fun making no-bake desserts. I can’t help it; they’re easy to make and I don’t have to bother with the oven. I suppose I’ll have to tinker with actual baking some time, but for now, here’s another no-bake treat you might want to try out too. (Sorry about the superfluous title; there is no other way to describe these delicious monsters.)
As much as I love having pancakes for breakfast , I do enjoy the occasional egg to start the day with. Scrambled’s my go-to style because it’s fast and easy, and I can’t stand runny yolk (don’t hate me, but the stuff makes me gag, which is weird because I used to love it as a kid). If I’m feeling up for the challenge, I go for a well-done sunny side-up (I say challenge because despite liking the yolk cooked all the way through, I like to keep it intact, which can be quite a task). But recently, wanted to see how far I can push myself when it comes to fancy schmancy cooking, so I decided to make a proper omelette.