I decided the only way to start eating something like this would be straight up, tearing off a hunk with my mouth:
I believe I made the right decision. After a while we decided to get slightly more creative, and made indoor s'mores. That's graham crackers spread with nutella, and a giant hunk of marshmallow in between.
Since then the marshmallow has been slowly shrinking in size. But there is no nutrition information on it since it's more of a specialty item - which means, no calories! So awesome. Got lucky on that one.
I decided to get a little more creative, since it's clear there is enough marshmallow to last me until my next birthday. Enter sweet potato s'mores. Every bit as delicious as they sound.
I sliced a raw, peeled sweet potato into disks and then microwaved them for 90 seconds on each side. Then, I dipped each disk into three bowls: flour, egg white and finally crushed chocolate cereal. Here they are ready to go into the oven:
|Half in chocolate coating, half without|
If Tim and I are both licking our fingers trying to get every last bit of marshmallow, you know it's good.
Foot is still pretending to be all injured. Boo. My abs are killing from yesterday's workout though, so I can't complain that I can't exercise! I'm also trying to coordinate buying a stationary bike tomorrow! That way when my foot feels better I can use that instead of running. Plus - my foot hurts too much to even drive to the gym right now. Awesome.
Anyway, this stationary bike is very used but only a $25 investment, so I'm thinking it's worth it.
What do you think about buying used exercise equipment?
I really wanted a new treadmill, because I spend enough time on it that I don't want it breaking in a few months or hurting my knees, etc. But a cheap bike, weights, etc. I'm fine with!
What's better: traditional campfire s'mores or indoor ones?
Gotta be outdoor for the atmosphere, but I have to say...nutella is definitely better than Hershey's as the chocolate layer. Blasphemous, yes. But true.