The beauty when you hear your children say the word “again” in their most unappreciative tone when you serve them food is to innovate, challenge yourself or make something out of the ordinary with one exception; you are a true creative momma and a superwoman in every way.
Eeeeek… Sadly, I’m not.
The truth is, get annoyed when my children start whining and didn’t eat the food I serve. I find them very ungrateful, unappreciative and sometimes rude. I am very tempted to say this to them: “Alam mo ba kung ilang bata ang hindi kumakain ng tatlong beses sa isang araw tapos ikaw pangalawang meryenda mo na iyan nagrereklamo ka pa…”
Raise your hands if you feel me.
Well… Buti na lang may Google.
So I found this recipe and I spare myself from whining children.
In this recipe I just added 3tbsp of semi sweet chocolate chips and TADA! Breakfast is served!
In this picture, I drizzled it with cold cream which made it even more interesting. You know the feeling of hot and cold inside your mouth? This is it exactly.
Ooops… the truth is I almost had The Cream Factory Bath cream for breakfast. It’s milk and avocado flavor. But I restrained myself when I realized it was not food after all.
I had the straw in for goodness sake!
But I have to stop and take the straw off and apply it directly on my skin when I took a shower.
It’s luscious, indulgent, and smells oh so good. Exactly what they claim to be.
The Cream Factory Bath Cream Avocado flavor is moisturizing and whitening! I saw the difference after 3 use. Really!
After use you will instantly feel velvety-smooth and fresh! (You really have to try it to know how velvety-smooth feels like, words just can’t describe it!)
I like how I smell after use. You know how a balikbayan box full of imported lotions, soaps and all smells like when you tear it open… I smell “imported”.
If there’s one thing I don’t like about it… is why it’s so tempting to eat, like a cupcake with whipped cream and sprinkles on top, you are always ready to give it a lick? But then I have to remind myself over and over again; “it’s for the skin gaga NOT for the tummy loka.”
2. In a large saucepan, heat olive oil over medium heat. (olive oil not necessary any kind of oil will do)
3. Add mushrooms and garlic in oil and saute until mushrooms have reduced in size.
4. Add 1/2 cup of the milk and all purpose cream. It will thicken fairly quickly; that’s okay. Add the remainder of the milk and beef bouillon and stir to incorporate all ingredients. Bring to a simmer and cook until it thickened.
5. Remove sauce from heat and stir in parmesan cheese.