anonymous asked:

So, I was seeing a food tv show and I saw that dutch like bread with granulated chocolate! This is good? How it fix on the bread? Butter? Salted butter? It won't be simpler put something spreadable? By the way I'm brazilian and I'm sure I eat a lot of "weird" things too, hahaha. you are the only dutch I know, sorry.

Granulated chocolate, what the fuck is tha– oh, SPRINKLES. Fuck yeah.

You put butter on the bread first so it’ll stick to the butter. Then, you watch it fall off your bread anyway. Then, you wet your finger, put it on the ones that fell onto your plate, and you eat those too. Dutch cuisine.

Sure, we have chocolate spread too, but it’s not crispy like chocolate sprinkles are. Crispy tastes better imo.


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Wanna make super easy, cheap, and healthy cookies? Listen up, loves! I made these cookies in my dorm and they took me 15 minutes in all and taste EXACTLY like banana bread. And they only take 3 ingredients!
Here’s what you need:
2 ripe bananas
2 instant oatmeal packets (I used maple brown sugar)
Peanut butter (about ¼ cup)
To make the cookies!:
Empty the oatmeal packets into a bowl. Mash the bananas into them, then add your peanut butter. I used Vermont Creamy Peanut Butter and added about ¼ a cup but really you can eyeball it. Mix everything all up real good, so the bananas are mostly smashed in and no big chunks remain. Then, plop scoops onto a cookie sheet and bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for about 12 minutes or until golden at the edges.
I made 8 cookies with this recipe, which gives you about 110 cals per cookie but you shouldn’t worry about that stuff cause these are super delicious and very good for you! They taste best warm out of the oven.