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November 2016

Pina Colada


I had no fancy pina colada glass so I had to use the ones at home. Besides it’s expensive and these are the only nice lookin’ glasses I have. But at least I put pineapple slices for deco, yes? This is a non-alcoholic type because of me and family. I first tasted pina colada in Cheesecake Factory and I just want to make one for future snackin’.

Pina Colada

Yield: 2 glasses

-4 ounces cream of coconut
-4 ounces pineapple juice
-2 cups ice
-2 slices pineapple and maraschino cherries for garnish

1. Put the cream of coconut, ice, and pineapple juice in a blender. Blend until the ice is crushed. Pour it into two glasses. Garnish with a pineapple slice and a
maraschino cherry.


Kingdom Hearts Sea Salt Ice Cream


Even though I lost my interest in Kingdom Hearts I will always love this one. It’s sooo good like what heaven feels like. The saltines and the sweetness in perfect harmony. The color of turquoise, the memory of KH *sigh*. I remember my sister’s friend came and took some. She liked it so much that when we finished the whole ice cream she asked if there’s more. I reply with a sad No and she too felt like life is not good without sea salt ice cream *sniff*.

Anyway here’s a link. They’re right about going easy with the salt:

Harry Potter Butterbeer


Damn this mug is too big for a cold and tasty BUTTERBEER! I love this beverage. Not a fan of the world of Harry Potter but who cares, right? So curious of how it tastes like so I searched and looked at thousands of different versions of this. My sister’s a fan so I dedicate this mug o’ beer to ‘er. I had a few of it left and was full so I converted it into a popsicle.

I forgot which one I picked so I let you decide. Link:



Whew. That was a LOT of ingredients but it was worth it. It’s delicious and was my first time making it so I had to search a tutorial on how to properly cook one.


It took some time and made it a dinner but my relatives didn’t even get some so I ate it all. Hmph. No thanks whatsoever. I made it for us but hmph. Is it the celery? Because I realize I don’t like celery. Also no need for rice because it’s plenty enough meat and veggies.

Here’s a link of this recipe:

Graham Balls


An easy dessert to make. You can put toppings of any sweet thing you want. Be crazy with it. Fill it or sprinkle. It’s up to you.

Here’s la link of this sweetness:

Deviled Eggs


Mmm…love it. Gonna add more paprika and maybe chili next time. Me want spicy! Make it buuurn.

Here’s a link of this recipe:

Cheese Sticks


They’re suppose to be twisty but the dough ain’t firm enough. Was in a hurry but it taste nice. Wonder if I should try mozzarella…nope. It’ll melt I think.

Here’s a link of this recipe:

Baked Apples


Is it normal for the apples to go wrinkly? Because it’s my first time making these. The black ones are raisins, by the way. Who knew they would puff up? Anyway these are good. There are fruits, nuts, and oats. A very healthy snack indeed. Didn’t know how to eat it so I had to use a knife and fork.

Here’s a video of this recipe. Get ready for a Disney vibe! P.S. I don’t own anything of this Disney recipe and give the owner credits.

Snow White Inspired Baked Magic Wishing Apples Recipe
• 7 apples
• 1 cup rolled oats
• ½ cup dried apricots
• ½ cup dried cranberries, unsweetened
• ½ cup almonds, slivered
• 3 tbsp light coconut milk
• 4 tsp brown sugar
• ¼ tsp cinnamon
• ¼ tsp cloves
• ¼ tsp nutmeg

1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.

2. Wash your apples and core with a melon baller, being careful not to go all the way through to the bottom. With a vegetable peeler, remove the top half of the apple’s skin and place them in a baking dish.

3. In a bowl, mix together the oats, brown sugar, almonds, apricots, cranberries, light coconut milk, cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves.

4. Fill each apple with the oat mixture and bake in your preheated oven for 35-45 minutes or until the apples are soft. Let cool for 15 minutes and enjoy!

Servings: 7

Apple and Blueberry Crumble


Am pretty proud of myself when I caught this pic. Apple and blueberry? My two favorite things! And the crumble mix really adds an extra “crunch” to it.

This is by Barry Lewis from My Virgin Kitchen. Check out his site for more yummy goodness:

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