All images were taken from Deviantart. Yes. Lots of yummy food but no recipes to help me (a starving-dead girl) eat my fill.
1. Home-made Ice Popsicle
Imagine those out-of-the-freezer pops you buy at your local stores, minus the unwanted extra calories/sugar. It's home-made, which means you could practically throw any ingredient in (as long as you can eat it of course) and stock them in a fridge for those sad rainy days.
2. Waffle-Banana-Ice Cream Crossover
It's a banana split with a hint of mother's warm hugs and the breeze of the wind blowing through your hair as you sit on the veranda of your country home. Yes. It's THAT good.
3. Caramel Sundae
Better than your average fast-food McDonald's sundae. The dark chocolate on top gives the vanilla ice cream some personality, while the caramel syrup in layers makes everything extra special.
4. Chocolate Pots
What can I say, anything with mousse and chocolate is good.
5. "Prettified" Scrambled Eggs
This is my ultimate breakfast need. With toasted bread, some cheese and bacon and we have a moment of temporary heaven.
6. Fresh Fruitcake
7. Mini Chocolate Mousse Cake
The raspberries on top are a winner. Oh, yeah, and the mousse cake is worth it too. Hahaha. Nah. One without the other wouldn't do.
8. No Bake Nutella Cheesecake
I'm not really a fan of Nutella, but everyone's been fussing about it, so it's made it into the list. The appearance sold it for me either way. The cheesecake part keeps me interested too.
9. Oreo Cheesecake
OREO'S and CHEESE. I don't think those two would fit nicely in their original states, but when blended and turned into another product, well, that's an entirely different thing.
10. Strawberry Mousse
Anyone notice how many "mousse" recipes I have on this list?