Baking Time

This weekend I baked again! I forgot how much I missed it… I made this delicious chocolate pie. If you ever want to try it, I recommend this recipe. Its the easiest thing to do. I’ve been doing it since I was super young, probably 9. (recipe below)

I stopped baking when I was 15 or 16, just because I used to think that eating dessert would make me fat. Little did I know that my metabolism was the best it would ever be. Being young…..why didn’t I follow my mom’s advice!? ‘Eat a little of everything – and you’ll be thin forever’ I dont think I ever saw my mom dieting or stopping herself for eating anything. I mean she had 5 kids and at 47 she still has abs -there must be something she’s doing right… take a look at her in this family picture

I’ve started to apply that into my life, and it has been great for my body and my palette. I try everything there is on the table, even the desserts I used to think they were untouchable…

A little side note: my dad has always told my brothers that when he’s looking for a girl, to always look at her mom, because that’s how she’ll probably look like in a couple years….. well…. thats what I did with Pete… On one of our first dates, I introduced him to my mom, and threw him hints that I’ll probably look like that in the years to come 😉

Here’s the recipe:

Dough: (this is the recipe for sugar cookies too)

1 cup of Butter

1 1/2 cup of sugar

2 eggs

2 teaspoons of vanilla

3 cups of flour

2 teaspoons of baking powder

1/2 teaspoon of salt.


1 can of condensed milk

1 spoon of butter

1 bag of chocolate chip


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