Breaking my fast with this lovely doughnut shape flaxseed and almond flour bread.
3 heaps of flaxseed 1 spoon of almond flour, 1 teaspoon of baking powder, mixed pumpkin and sesame seeds. Pinch of salt and pinch of chilli pepper powder, 1.5 spoon olive oil, 1 whole egg and 1 yoke, put in microwave for three minutes and then in oven just to get toasted! Eaten with cheese and cucumber slices
Summary: Much like the play written by Shakespeare, the reader and Steve have a VERY complicated relationship. A hateful one, even. But the Barton clan won’t take that for an answer.
A/N: Enjoy Part Two! Had to get this out before that blasted Civil War trailer hits tomorrow. It will be a blood bath. SIGH
“I’m not a mat that you can walk over, Rogers. You can’t just say things like that and expect me to automatically forgive you. That’s not how it works,” You spat quickly, your eyebrows furrowed angrily. Steve sighed. It had been two months since you fully looked him in the eye. He was frustrated and tired of it. “Y/N, please,” Steve groaned. Just then, you heard a crash from the living room, followed by an eruption of giggles. “Oh god,” You mumbled, dropping your cookie onto the counter and storming into the den, Steve following quickly behind you. Steve slightly chuckled at the mess in front of you. “So that’s why you shouldn’t leave them alone for more than five minutes.”
*minding my own business, cleaning the crumbs out of the sandwich toasting oven*
Ignoramuses at Subway:
*talking about how they'd never vaccinate their children, because, autism*
Excuse me, but I couldn't help overhearing you talking about autism. I happen to be somewhat of an expert on the topic. I have Kanner's syndrome.
You don't know the proper name for classic autism, but you've somehow solved the medical mystery of what causes it?
Listen. Let's just say that we live in some parallel universe where the entire medical community is wrong and Jenny McCarthy is right. Okay? Let's just say there's any chance that autism and vaccines have anything to do with each other. So what you're telling me is that you'd rather go through the pain of losing a child to some totally preventable disease that no one's heard of since the Oregon Trail than have a child like me?
Do you even understand that that's what you're saying about yourself and your priorities by being against vaccinations?
Because, if you honestly feel that way, I hope to God you never have children.
Recently in home cooking! I make toast and noodles a lot. I’ve been getting a lot of asks about links to recipes again. I’d love to link to recipes but I don’t use recipes so I don’t have any to link to.
Most of it is pretty straightforward, though. I don’t have time to make food from scratch, so I usually buy curry bricks, and those come with instructions on the back. Ramen is made with frozen ramen packages which also come with instructions. I don’t have a toaster or oven, so toast is toasted on the stovetop to a golden brown and then additional toppings are added.
Once in a while I get a nice ask sharing cooking stories. I enjoy those so thank you for sharing! :)
Song Inspiration: Secret Love Song by Little Mix (feat. Jason Derulo)
Word Count: 3,148
Date Written: Sunday, January 15, 2017
Date Posted: Friday, January 20, 2017
Author’s Note: Oh my godness! Another Avengers imagine! Sorry to those requesting Peaky Blinders! Those are coming soon! I absolutely love my Bucky imagines. And since I don’t have school Monday, I will be writing more imagines! You guys should request things, so we know what you want! Also, I’ve seen a couple asking for a Part 2 of Meant to Be with Steve, so that is coming soon. Should this have a Part 2? So many writings, so little schedule time! I love you all and hope you have an amazing day! Change someone’s life in a goodway. Make at least one person smile!
Preheat oven to 375-400. Spread butter on the bread, partially melt the butter in the microwave first if you need to. Then sprinkle garlic salt and about a teaspoon of nutritional yeast on each slice. Toast in oven until it starts to turn golden brown(about 5-10 minutes)! Great with pasta 🍝
Pumpkin Baked French Toast with Sweet Cinnamon Glaze
“Why do you never make these kinds of things for me?” asked my forever boyfriend life partner husband person yesterday, as I hauled this hot ‘n heavy delicious breakfast dish out of the oven.
“Because you would have one piece and I would go back to the kitchen six times to pretend to get water and eat a piece each time in secret, secret shame,” I said, glopping delicious glaze all over my contribution to the monthly marketing team meeting at work.
Oh, you heavenly custardy crisp baked pumpkin french toast, you. This monstrosity is easily made the night before, kept in the fridge, and baked early in the morning before you head off to impress all your co-workers.
Did you notice I didn’t make a single nod to tightly-held cultural pumpkin theologies? Ten points on the food writing derby for Nellie.
You’ll need a 9x13 casserole dish and a very large bowl.
Baked Pumpkin French Toast
10 cups of whatever fancy leftover challah or pain de mie or brioche or soft-ish slightly old white bread you might have on hand (this is important, in my opinion, because it’s a major component of the dish – you don’t want anything with super hard edges on it, because it crisps up further in the oven)
7 large eggs (I personally like it a little eggy)
1 cup of half and half (you can use cream, too), 1 cup of milk
1 cup pumpkin puree (not pie filling)
¾ cups granulated sugar
1 tablespoons vanilla extract
Almost a teaspoon of ground cinnamon
¼ teaspoon of freshly ground nutmeg
Cinnamon Cream Cheese Glaze
4 tablespoons of softened cream cheese
½ teaspoon of cinnamon
½ teaspoon of vanilla
wee pinch of salt
1 ½ cups of powdered sugar
1. Butter a 9 x 13-inch baking pan (I used salted and kind of loved it). Cut bread into one-inch cubes and place in a large bowl.
2. In another large bowl, mix together eggs, milk, pumpkin puree, sugar, vanilla extract, cinnamon, and nutmeg. Pour evenly over bread and toss very, very gently. I do this because I want everything to be coated, but be careful when you do this. Transition to the 9x13 pan, and cover pan with saran wrap. Store in the refrigerator for several hours or overnight. I like for the bread to really soak up the flavors.
3. When you’re ready to bake the French toast, set oven to 350F. Remove French toast from refrigerator and place in the oven as it’s preheating, because it’s Pyrex and Yahoo! Answers is a treasure trove of Pyrex conspiracy theorists and crazies. Bake for 55-60 minutes, or until the French toast is set and golden brown.
5. While the French toast is baking, use a stand or hand mixer to whip up the glaze ingredients.
6. Cover hot French toast bake with your cream cheese glaze.
7. Cover your face with your hands and mutter to yourself, “Good God, what have I done?"