Seriously guys, it's so good you'll have to lick the bowl. And then document that act with a photo.
So glad that picture is on the internet. I feel like it's probably one of those things I should have kept to myself. Oh well.
Oh, right! Those peaches. Quick, easy, using simple ingredients. All I did was mix a little butter (ok, olive oil spread) a little honey, and some brown sugar in a hot pan. I stirred for 2-3 minutes, and then tossed in the fresh peach slices to get caramelized.
I've never used honey in a caramel before, but it was so fantastic. The end result was really sweet, even for me, so I served it with plain greek yogurt to cut the sweetness a little. It was amazing! And such a great way for me to use up all those Georgia peaches in season now.
No running today, but on the schedule is some yoga, core, and upper body strength training. Does anyone read Fitness Magazine? I found a pretty interesting article in there today:
In case you can't read size 2 font, that says that people who eat candy and chocolate weigh less and have smaller waists and BMIs that people who don't eat anything sweet. Awesome news. There was something at the bottom about moderation, exercise, blah, blah....all I am taking away from the article is that swedish fish make you skinny.
|I knew I was onto something!|
Do you like to use fruit for baking or cooking, or eat them plain?
I'm usually to lazy to do much with fruit other that cut it up and eat it plain or with yogurt, but I loved making this really simple dish. I think there are much better chances of me making a recipe if there aren't too many ingredients!
What are your thoughts on the study?
I think it's pretty interesting, but I assume some of those people exercise more? Are any of you out there NOT fans of sweets? (I'm looking at you, Emily!)