also can i have a biscuit

Crock pot Chicken and Dumplings

I really love  this recipe, especially on rainy days or when it’s cold. I can throw just about everything in the crock pot in the morning and then when I get home all I have to do is pull apart the biscuits and drop them in the crock pot too so that they cook while I take a shower. This recipe is low energy, yummy, and easy to make your own. Enjoy!


  1. 2 chicken breasts - I generally use bone out, but you can use whatever you have or prefer.
  2. 1 box of chicken broth (approx. 32 ounces) - you can also use boullion cubes and water.
  3. 2 cans of cream of chicken soup
  4. one thing of Pillsbury biscuits
  5.  add different seasonings, veggies, etc., etc. that you like.


  1. Place thawed chicken breasts in crock pot
  2. Pour box of broth over the chicken
  3. Spoon cream of chicken soup over chicken 
  4. ***add seasonings, or veggies like potatoes, celery, carrots, etc. that need to cook awhile here***
  5. Turn crock pot on low for about 8 hours - I let it go during the day while I’m working, but for weekends I turn it on high and let it cook for about 4 to 5 hours.
  6. Take two forks and shred the chicken - you could cut the chicken into chunks before you even put it into the crock pot, but I like doing it this way because its quicker and easier for me.
  7. Pull each of the biscuits apart into 4 or 5 bite size pieces - they come in a container of 8ish so you’ll have a bunch of little pieces.
  8. Put biscuits in crock pot
  9. Spoon broth over biscuits to keep the tops from burning and them from sticking to the sides
  10. ***add canned veggies that just need to heat up here***
  11. Cook on low for about 45 minutes.

This makes a lot of food, enough for 4 people and then there are still leftovers. If you have a smaller crock pot or are not cooking for that many people, just cut the recipe in half. If you’re cooking for more people, add more chicken or some veggies! Also, I always check the labels of the cream of chicken soup and broth to make sure they are low sodium- the ones marked “low sodium” tend to have more sodium then the regular ones, so check the percentages if that is a concern for you. 

The Great Middle Earth Bake Off

That glorious time of year is coming around again, yes, it is almost time for the Great British Bake Off (5th of August, get excited)

And because I am trash (tolkien, barduil and bake off trash) I have decided to write a Bake Off Au (oh yes, I am going there)

So get set for a fic filled with innudeno, yummy sweets, custard controversy and competitive bakers…

But wait! There is more!

This will be no ordinary fic, oh no, this is a Bake Off fic, how on earth could it be ordinary!?

I will be writing a chapter alongside each Bake Off episode, and (with the expecition of Bard and Thranduil for shipping and story and trash reasons) you will be allowed to vote off baking contestants, in the comments and tags and my askbox!

However, there is more; even though I am keeping Bard and Thranduil around for the long run as this is essentially a barduil fic, I will only force you to keep them until the semi’s, so you will still be able to chose the winner of The Great Middle Earth Bake Off! 

Meet your hosts:

Baking Verterans and Judges: Samwise Gamgee and Galadriel

Presenters and General Mischief-Makers: Meriadoc Brandybuck and Peregrin Took

Meet your contestants:



Bilbo (with the customary side order of Bagginshield)










So, grab your lembas! Pour your dorwinion wine! Chug your Miruvor! And start your honey cakes!

Are you ready? Get set, BAKE!

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I love her smile. I love the way she gets in a snit and her lips get all pinched up. I love the way she thinks she has to cook for me. I love the fact that she lets me butter her biscuit. I love the way she curls into me at night and lets me hold her. I also love how perfect it is when I’m making love to her. How I feel complete. You can’t have one without the other.
—  Abbi Glines, Sometimes It Lasts
I have invented a thing.

For no particular reason tonight I decided to invent a homemade pizza. 

One of my favorite things is Cuban sandwiches. Mmmm, ham, pickles, cheese, mustard, all the things I love. So I decided to make a…wait for it…CUBAN SANDWICH PIZZA.

My dinner companion was nervous. She asked if I had a plan B. In the end, we gobbled up almost all of it.

Here is how I made it.


  • One pizza crust (I use the Pillsbury kind you get in the round cans, they’re with the biscuits - I used thin crust but normal would be fine too)
  • Olive oil
  • Minced garlic
  • Garlic salt
  • 3-4 Roma tomatoes, sliced v. thin and patted dry with paper towels
  • Frank’s red hot
  • spicy brown mustard
  • deli shaved ham (diced ham would also be fine but shaved ham is easier to tear up and bite into)
  • Dill pickles, sliced v. thin and patted dry
  • Banana pepper rings
  • Ground black pepper
  • Swiss cheese (they didn’t have shredded so I used slices, I just cut them into smaller pieces)

Roll out the pizza crust onto a non-stick cookie sheet. Preheat to 425 or whatever the crust’s directions say.

Mix up some olive oil (about a quarter cup) with minced garlic. I do this ahead of time so it can steep - if you have already-garlicky oil that’s cool too. Spread it over the crust with a brush or the back of a spoon. 

Liberally squirt spicy mustard over the olive oil. Use the basting brush or spoon to spread it out evenly. If you think it’s too much it probably isn’t - mustard sort of chills out when it’s cooked and isn’t as strong. Shake some Frank’s over all this (as much or little as you want, or even none, but I think it gave it a nice little kick)

Evenly distribute the tomato slices over the mustard and oil. I like to leave some space between - it’s like five rows of four slices each. After that, sprinkle some garlic salt over the top. Not too much.

Evenly distribute 2/3 of your Swiss cheese over the tomatoes. Evenly distribute torn-up deli ham over the whole pizza, then distribute the pickles and pepper rings (those are also optional). Shake some black pepper over all of it (not too much) and take the remaining 1/3 of the cheese and lightly spread it around or place it (if using slices).

Bake for 12-14 minutes. Let it cool a bit, slice and eat! YUM.

Shawn Mendes Imagine

It was about 1:00 A.M. You couldn’t sleep due to the movie you and Shawn had watched earlier with the guys. You didn’t want to be a wimp and back out of the movie so you stayed.

Shawn had also asked if you were fine and or wanted to go upstairs. You replied no, because you wanted him to have a good time you also felt a bit selfish if you would have said yes.

So here you are now at 1:09, scared out of your mind with your sleeping boyfriend beside you. You heard him snore lightly. You wanted to wake him up, because you were sure he could get you to sleep, but you were embarrassed.

You eventually decided to “risk it for the biscuit.”

“Shawn,” You whispered shaking him lightly. He began to stir as you shook him.

“Hm? What time is it,” He says in a tired yet cute voice.

“It’s 1:26, but I can’t sleep,” You mumble.

He gives you a tired smile and cuddles against you.

“Was it the movie?” He asks turning on the lamp.

You blushed and nodded. He gave a small smirk.

“I told you we could have left,” He mumbles.

“I was embarrassed,” You admit cuddling into you chest.

He chuckled and began stroking you hair while humming a song you couldn’t quite remember. Soon enough, like you thought, he got you to sleep.

4 Aussie Dessert Recipes to Help Celebrate Australia Day!

Australia Day is coming up on the 26th of January. It’s our country’s official national day, marking the date when the British released all their convicts onto the lovely Australian shores. If you’re an Aussie you should know that it pretty much means beer, sausage sizzles and beach. Spending time with family and friends and generally having a chilled out and typically Aussie day.

I’ve grabbed some recipes from around the web that one may call traditionally(ish) Australian so you too can celebrate, whether you live down under or not.

1. Milo Cheesecake

This one makes the list purely for the milo and shape of our country on the top there made out of Milo! Milo is basically a kind of cocoa you mix into cold or hot milk for a tasty drink, you can also put it on icecream.. or in cakes. 

2. Lamingtons

Lamingtons are like little bite sized sponge cake pieces coated in chocolate icing and coconut. They’re delicious, trust me.

3. Anzac Biscuits.

This isn’t a History lesson, but ANZAC stands for Australia & New Zealand Army Corps, and the story goes that the biscuits were sent to troops during World War I. Nowadays they’re crunchy rolled oat type biscuits that are quite tasty.

4. Pavlova

This fantastic dessert is basically just meringue, cream and fruit on top. They’re apparently a lot easier to make than they look. Which sounds good to me. 

Awesome Cast Iron Biscuits

For a friend’s dad. Hi, friend’s dad! 

Note: I have adjusted up the amount of yeast because they seem to have a tough time rising. You can adjust down if necessary; the original recipe called for 1 ¼ tsp yeast. 

You will also need a 10" or 12" cast iron frying pan, but you can use a baking sheet instead if you don’t have one. 

Fluffy Yeast Biscuits 

1 ½ cups sifted flour
1 ½ tablespoons sugar
¼ teaspoon salt
2 tsp yeast
¾ cup warm water
1 ½ tablespoons melted shortening
4 tbsp melted butter, for dipping

Melt butter and shortening ahead of time – you don’t want them too hot when they come into contact with the dough.

Dissolve yeast in warm water and let set for 5 minutes. Mix together dry ingredients and add yeast mixture. Add shortening and mix.

Roll out ¼" thick and cut into biscuits. Dip in melted butter and place on greased cast iron skillet. (You can melt some butter into the skillet ahead of time and then just dip the tops in butter, your call.) The sides may be touching; that’s okay. 

Let rise for 1 ½ hours.  Bake at 400 degrees for about 15 minutes.

These come out amazing – the tops stay relatively pale, but the undersides turn the most lovely golden color. 

The Great British Bake Off:

- Show with a bunch of bakers who also have lives (amateur?). They want to win so they can be the best baker who also has a life.
- There are 2 judges. One of them is a male judge who wants to be Simon Cowell. The other is Mary Berry, old lady extraordinare, great print jackets and cake skills.
- There are 2 hosts. They make lots of jokes about tarts/cream horns/soggy bottoms. One of them is Sue Perkins, I’d be her wife.
- This year was the best year ever. Fireman Matt/Who from Whoville made a biscuit fire engine. Tamal balanced being a sexy doctor who likes sandwiches with great bakes.
- But the best bit was Nadiya.

Nadiya from The Great British Bake Off:

- Perfect pocket size human (4ft11!!!)
- Amazing eyebrows
- Has numerous blogs/think pieces dedicated to her facial expressions
- One time she made this floating pop can and it was amazing
- Didn’t believe in herself at first but then she was like wait no I’m the best and everyone was like, yeah.
- Nadiya won.
- I cried.

Want your very own Tiny Box Tim?

Well he’s available on my RedBubble as shirts, leggings, stickers, bag, cups-!

Now, Like Markiplier, you too can have your very own little biscuit to take with you everywhere-


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Fic: Behind Blue Eyes (Happy Ending)

Summary: Because I appear to have traumatised about a fifth of my followers, I am posting the happy ending to Behind Blue Eyes. Also because i-ate-the-biscuit begged and I can’t ignore begging.

Warning: Gore, feotal kidnap


Belle’s in the back room of the library when she hears the bell on the issue desk ring for attention. Officially it’s not open yet, but she wanted to come and do a little bit of sorting out whilst she could.

“I’ll be with you in a minute,” she calls. It’s taking her longer than ever to move around these days, what with the added weight and swollen ankles and aching feet. She’ll be glad when this one decides the day to meet the world is here.

When she reaches the issue desk and sees who is waiting for her, she almost turns on her heel and storms back to the store room.  Zelena is there, smiling benignly and looking remarkably svelte for a woman supposedly almost at term.

“What do you want?” Belle asks. She’s too tired to fight. “You’ve already taken my husband from me. What more do you want to do to me? What did I ever do to you, Zelena?”

Zelena’s smile turns nasty.

“You existed, Belle. That’s all. That’s your only crime. If you hadn’t existed, Rum would never have met you and none of this would be happening.”

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I went to the foodstore with mum and found a box of Red Lobster Cheddar Biscuit mix

A) didnt know that existed
B) Mom let me buy it so I’m can have comfort food

It was fate. They were hidden behind a pillar and the only reason I saw them is they were next to Russian labelled Strawberry Oreos.

I also got a chocolate bar and coffee

I’m gonna make coffee and feel warm. My head hurts too much to try and bake biscuits though.


I took photos of stuff I made today at work because I keep talking about it and don’t show anything ?? I don’t have wifi at work though so I can’t post till I get home haha (also this isn’t even like half of what I made but I forgot I was taking pictures after I made scones oops)

Pumpkin chocolate chip muffins, ham n cheese biscuits, cashew crunch bar, and raspberry cream cheese scones in and out of oven