I do morning announcements at my school and we always end with something cute like have a 'thrilling Thursday' 'magical Monday' etc and my teacher said that on the last week of school we could do whatever we wanted and so we've decided on the following (the rest are being debated); moist Monday, wet Wednesday, thick Thursday. Suggestions for Tuesday and Friday? 😏I know you just /love/ the word 'moist'.
David Tennant in amongst his costumes as the Tenth Doctor
Sorry - I don’t have those first 6 without watermarks, but they’re cute and I like them so I’m sharing them anyway. And thank you to @dtennantphotos for finding the last 2 un-watermarked - it was lovely to finally see them without writing all over his face!
These no-bake energy bites are the perfect snack, and delightfully easy to prepare—simply mix ingredients, cool, and sculpt into spherical bites. Fans of our most popular smoothie (available at our Macpherson and Forest Hill locations) will recognize the inspiration behind this chocolatey, almond buttery recipe. The hearty oats and flax will add a zap to your energy levels, while the dark chocolate chips, vanilla, and dates will provide a great deal of tastebud excitement.
Ingredients: 1 cup rolled oats 1 tbsp cacao 1 tsp maca ¼ cup flax ½ cup almond butter ½ cup dairy free dark chocolate chips ¼ cup almond milk 1 tsp vanilla 4 dates (pitted, soaked, and drained) Optional: handful of chopped nuts
Using a blender or food processor, mix dates and vanilla until smooth.
Add this blended mixture to a large bowl with all remaining ingredients. Mix thoroughly.
Cover and refrigerate for one hour. We know waiting is difficult. We suggest amusing yourself with this Cookie Monster video—he understands the struggle. Spend the remaining 59 minutes with a friend, a book, or your Netflix queue.
Remove mixing bowl from refrigerator. Using an ice cream scooper or clean hands, form into bite-sized tidbits.
Optional: Add a coating of cacao or chopped nuts to a few (or all) of your bites for additional flavour. Simply spread a thin layer of cacao or nuts on a flat plate, and roll bites until fully coated.