Life getting in the way again

I have been super busy with life lately. Have not lost 1 gram of weight either.

I’ve had a few hurdles to jump and unfortunately haven’t had time to update here. I have a low cal meals part 3 that I will start working on soon, and some nutrition information posts that I want to write up.

I need to sort out my eating again. I have been so bad. Like, SO BAD. Some days the binge eating has been almost comical.

So… yeah… Sorry… BRB




January 2018 – Goodness Me Box – Unboxing


These were my bonus items for getting 50 points worth of reviews (Basically reviewing 25 items). That smoothie mix looks like it would be expensive!


I have to admit… I got one of these as a bonus item a few moths ago and was so excited. I have rarely used it although I have just thought of something I could use it for so that is exciting.


I HATE Stevia. I don’t know why but I can taste it immediately and I just don’t like it. Oh well, my work mates will have some sweetener now!


Another thing that I’m not too keen on. 200+ calories for a little snack pack of nuts and fruit? I’d rather eat a potato and some veggies.


You always need green tea!


Another thing that is super high calorie. They are delicious though 🙂


Will have to save this for when I get back into running.


The ‘marine collagen’ is made from fish scales I think…


So excited to try this although I wish it was the plain version to try first. Not complaining very happy. Wait I’m going to try it now…

Its nice. You can definitely taste the maca and the espresso. Its quite strong too so it would be hard to binge on it.


YAY! I left mine in a jar on the counter on a 40 degree day last week so they spoiled. Now I don’t have to buy another packet!


Bit of cheeky sugar free lemonade. Don’t mind if I do!


Hello Fresh is way way way too expensive for me – even with $35 off so I’m trying to find someone who wants this…

This definitely wasn’t my favourite box. But I’m still happy 🙂 I still LOVE this subscription service!

#metoo – my stories


I have taken too long to write this. It doesn’t matter if no one reads it, but at least i’m adding my voice. This does get extremely personal in some parts, so apologies in advance.

I ALWAYS give the wrong people the benefit of the doubt. Some stupid part of me wants to see the positive of the situation, or the person. Sometimes I have let things slide when I should have spoken up for myself in order to diffuse a situation.

As young girls/women we are conditioned to be nice. Polite. Complicit. Agreeable. Meek. Mild. Nurturing, Aloof. Pretty – but not sexy (if you’re sexy then you are asking for it -_-). And I don’t just mean from our mothers or family, I mean from Society. You also learn from a young age that causing a scene is unbecoming, so you do what you can to avoid it. Even at your own peril. Protect your reputation or image at the cost of your actual self.

Also; Boy will be boys.

That is the biggest, most widely accepted excuse for shitty behaviour on the planet. Are boys no better than rabid dogs who can’t control themselves? I guess in some cases yes, but you get my point.

My worldly single mother taught me to be strong, know my rights, know my self worth, but don’t advertise it. Don’t be obnoxious, don’t be proud or arrogant.


“Don’t let a man mistreat you.”

“If a man hits you, expect it to hurt, expect to be knocked out cold. But when you get back up, you pick up the heaviest thing you can lift, smash him over the head with it and run like fucking mad to safety – NEVER GO BACK.”

It seems so easy, so straight forward, but there are things we learn on our own, from our own experiences that blur these easy instructions. If you are in the street, and a man cat-calls “Hey sexy, nice tits! Give us a kiss!” what do you do?
If you ignore them or tell them to fuck off, “You snobby BITCH! I just complimented you! What a fucking rude cow!”
If you tell them politely not to yell things like that to you, “Oh you’re one of them feminazis, learn how to take a compliment! Maybe you need a man like me to loosen you up a bit, you must be a Lesbian!” 
If you smile and keep walking to avoid a scene… You’re not only condoning their behaviour, they think you like it, and then you will get blamed for leading them on, or in some cases, consent.

Things similar to this happen in many many different scenarios, even a light-hearted refusal to go out for a coffee with someone can turn violent. You’re damned if you entertain the conversation, and you’re damned if you don’t. We have to pick our battles wisely.

I’m going to write my most memorable experiences, some fit into the #metoo campaign but I still find myself feeling like I can make excuses for them all. They probably weren’t really bad enough to warrant the hashtag.

#1 – The Bus Ride

This is by far the most tame, but also left me completely powerless. I was terrified to make a wrong move or upset him in any way in case he became aggressive.
I was 20 weeks pregnant (I was fucking HUGE by the way – at that point I had already put on about 15 kilograms) I was so puffy and swollen that I had to put a fake over-sized wedding ring on – here is my hand when I finally got my rings off;

IMG_3489[1]I had to catch the bus home from work as the trains were not running. I had been working later than normal this day and as a result it was pitch black outside, and there was hardly anyone on the bus. I had a seat to myself, and was able to put my bag up next to me (Great for me as I already couldn’t touch my feet let alone pick a bag up off the floor). First stop of a 60 minute journey, a guy gets on the bus and sits a few seats away, but stares at me the whole time. I avert my eyes, put my bitch/don’t wanna talk face on and just play with my phone (Don’t give any impression that you want interaction – do not give the invitation).

He doesn’t seem to pick up on this social queue.

He keeps staring, then decides to walk up the aisle to my seat, gently put my bag on the floor, and sits next to me. (There are about 4 other people on the bus, there were PLENTY of other seats for this guy). He strikes up conversation, inane crap at first, the weather, the crappy transport system we have, what apps am I playing etc? I oblige the conversation because I don’t know this guy from a bar of soap and I don’t want to seem rude. He is being super nice, and not aggressive, but he is in my personal space, too close, and I am internally shitting my pants. The questions move to personal ones, am I married (no I just wear wedding rings for fun -_-), am I happy in my relationship etc. To which I answer yes, married, yes very happy, in fact, my husband is coming to pick me up from the station! (A lie but men seem to respect the husband or boyfriend more than the woman they are talking to).

This does not deter him, in fact it seems to become a personal challenge for him.
The conversation changes to, would you like to hang out when we get off the bus? I say no, I have to get home and that I want to see my husband.

“Ooooh come on, what your husband doesn’t know won’t hurt him!”

“No thank you, that wouldn’t be appropriate. I am very happy in my relationship and would never do anything to hurt my husband”. I couldn’t say, no you are creeping me out, I don’t like you, and I don’t want to be near you etc – because when you hurt their ego, that is when things almost always turn sour. Is he violent? I don’t know, but I’m 20 weeks pregnant I am not taking that risk.

He is relentless. He does not stop propositioning me for the next 45 minutes. He is getting personal and almost threatening but never technically crossing that invisible, flexible line – wearing me down and almost making ME feel like I am the bad guy and being overly mean because I wont entertain his fantasy however tame it may sound. I am too scared to be anything other than extremely polite.

He does not touch me other than our shoulders touching, and him trying to look at my phone. He does not make any physical move other than being way too close. I have no technical argument against him other than ‘this guy doesn’t understand social queues and is making me uncomfortable’
At the last stop, he stayed sitting so that I couldn’t get out. I had to say, “OK this is the last stop and my husband is waiting, can I please get out?”
Only then did he move. He gave me a chirpy goodbye wave like we had been friends for years. I was too scared to walk the 200 metres to my car around a dark corner in a pitch black car park, so I walked over to the security guard and stood with him until I was sure this guy was gone, and even then I waddled to my car as fast as my swollen feet would allow.
I endured 45 minutes of anxiety and turmoil because I didn’t want to offend a stranger. I was terrified of the unknown. Is he violent, is he going to cause a scene? Is he going to follow me to see if my husband really is coming, then make his move? But other than the propositioning, was he doing anything technically wrong? To some men, no of course he wasn’t, he was just trying to be friendly…


#2 – Just Silly Teenagers

When I was a young teenager (14-17) I was very flirtatious. Some people would use the line ‘asking for it’. I wore low cut tops and LOVED attention from boys. Some boys took that as wanting physical attention but at the time I was of the opinion that unwanted attention just came with the territory. It was 2000-2003 it was always going to be my own fault. I was too flirtatious, I was wearing suggestive clothing (I rarely wore skirts or shorts and they were always knee height or lower) but the cleavage was almost always out. One afternoon, some boys that I had caught the bus to school with for years came to my house, under the guise of ‘hanging out’. While I was out the front ‘hanging out’, a couple of them snuck around the side of my house and let themselves in the back door. They rifled through my room until they found my underwear and took it upon themselves to steal some, bursting back out through the front door and parading my underwear around the street and sniffing it like it was the funniest thing in the world. I was mortified, but laughed along, snatched my underwear back and made sure the back door was locked. I came back out the front because I didn’t want them to think I was that easily rattled, and to prove that their silly shit meant nothing to me. I didn’t want to give them anything to brag about.

Once again, I think my bravado posed a challenge.

The underwear talk turned to what underwear was I wearing? Could they see it? Of course I told them to straight up fuck right off – hey, they were my social equals, I knew them fairly well, saying fuck off was the easy part.

“Well if you wont show us we’ll have to see for ourselves!”

They lunged at me like animals. They tore my favourite t-shirt for fuck’s sake! The biggest one pinned my arms back so the others could grope my breasts. I flat out booted him in the balls with all my strength and he laughed at me. I did it again and I swear to God it had NO EFFECT. They all took their turns groping at me and licking and biting my neck/face etc. The entire time I was yelling fuck off, stop it, and trying to push them off me. I had red welts on my face, arms, and chest afterwards and was covered in saliva. Honestly I don’t remember what made them stop, I think one of them finally clicked that they were taking it way too far. They hung around for about 20 minutes after like nothing happened, and then left. I then locked all the doors, showered, and never told a soul.

This is the first time I have ever put this in writing or told anyone. And I am sitting at my desk at work re-living it and think I have only just allowed myself to accept how brutal,  fucked up, and gross, the situation was. I have always played it off as silly teenager shit, and I always blamed myself for the low cut tops and flirtatious personality. I always figured I deserved it for the way I presented myself.


#3 – “You’re going to get raped one day”

When I was 16, I had a rough break up with my first love. There was this guy I knew for a short time previously and had talked to on the phone a lot, and I wanted some male company and some attention so I called him to meet up and chat/hang out. This company turned to sex – believe it or not, that wasn’t my original motive, but I wasn’t against the idea either. Unfortunately It ended up not being very good sex, and not what I was used to I guess. It was the first sex I’d had without being in a relationship – my first ‘casual’ encounter, and I ended up just feeling worthless and used at the end of it (not his fault).

We talked for a bit, then he initiated sex again and I went along with it. It wasn’t good, I felt bad, asked him to stop and he did.  Then he talked me into massages that led back to sex. I again asked him to stop. He did. This happened 2 more times. You must note that I consented to it every time we started, and every time I asked him to stop, he did, straight away.

I was young, selfish, confused, and completely ignorant of the way my actions were making him feel. He got so sick of me stopping the sex that he blurted out, “Ugh you know, if you do this to guys all the time, you’re going to get raped one day.” He was right, and he knew it, and at the time we BOTH were of the assumption that it was something that SHOULD happen if I kept stopping sex half way through. That I was being a shitty person and my actions would deserve being raped. (I realised soon after that I should have just said no from the start – but my actions did not deserve rape).

It jarred me. I thought he was a massive wanker for saying something like that. He then got upset at me because I didn’t like some new jacket he’d bought so he drove me straight home and we never spoke again. That was such a weird day, and it ended very abruptly.

I just realised that I was 16, and he was 21 at the time – technically that was statutory rape – at the time that didn’t enter my mind and I don’t think of it that way now either. Should I be thinking that way?

#4 – “I’m nearly finished”

I know I’m not the only one who has been through this one. This has happened to me more times than I can remember.

You’re having sex, it starts to hurt, or not feel good, or for whatever reason, you realise you don’t want to keep having sex…

You say you want to stop, and they say, “It’s OK, I’m nearly finished.”

What do you do? I wasn’t going to scream rape on this one even though it technically is. I’m sure if I pinched or punched or something, then that could have snapped them out of it – but it was easier to not offend, or make them mad, or be upset that I wasn’t enjoying it. So I just let them finish. No matter how much it hurt.

It simply comes down to the other person’s orgasm being more important than your general comfort. Of course they aren’t thinking of it that way at the time, and if you were to break it down for them I’m sure most would be mortified. But this kind of thing needs to be taught to teens/people who are sexually active. Your enjoyment is not more important than someone’s general well being.

I don’t really know where I’m going with this one. I just know that other people have gone through this and didn’t know if it was wrong or not, or if they were being stupid by letting it happen. You’re not stupid. You are human, and clearly put others above yourself. Know that you are worth more, and if it ever happens again, maybe you will feel empowered to be more assertive, or to take control of the situation.

With these stories, I’m not going to name names (the ones I know anyway) as these things happened when we were all quite young, and most adults are a lot different from their teenage selves. Most of us have dome something we regret and know was bad, in my case these things were not life changing or severe (in my eyes) so I don’t feel that any action needs to be taken now. I SHOULD have taken some action when it happened – I know that now, but at the time, I honestly believed that I brought it all on myself and that there was no point in saying something as I basically asked for it – OR – they were my boyfriend, and that it wasn’t a big deal.

There are other stories of inappropriate groping, strange men cat calling me at 13 years old, or that one time when I was 11, there was a naked adult male wanking on the beach, and the adults that I told called the police (who couldn’t locate him). These adults basically said that I was making it up for attention because my friend who was with me didn’t actually see him wanking – just saw him laying there. There’s that time when I worked in a warehouse and in the middle of an Australian heat wave, all the women were told they could not wear shorts above the knee, or short sleeved shirts because some of the men were perverts. They did nothing about the actual perverts though and the males could wear whatever they wanted. Those many, many times where I was plied with alcohol or weed until I was too drunk or stoned to do anything, and still was groped and dry humped by ‘friends’. I guess some of these aren’t assault though, just some examples of what some women have to deal with.

Any who. Those are the stories that I am comfortable putting out there.

I hope if you’re reading this that you get something out of it.






OH MY GOD YOU GUYS THIS BOX IS  AMAZING!!!!!!!! It has a great mix of products this time around! There were lots of items too, so it felt like you were getting more for your buck.


Christmassy wrapping too! Brownie points already!


This is Karma Cola, it is sweetened with Stevia, and also made with all natural and organic flavourings. Also, part of the proceeds of each bottle go to the who grow the cola in Sierra Leone. Pretty cool right?


I LOVE products from Kez’s Kitchen. TBH, I don’t think I’ve found one of their products yet that I don’t like.


Excited and a little nervous to try this…


I am not a huge coriander fan, so I am going to gift this one. I am doing hampers for the adults this Christmas, and this is going in one 🙂 Luckily, the family know nothing of my blog.


This doesn’t really sound like my cup of tea, but I will try it eventually. It is smaller than the palm of my hand and worth 166 calories… for only 7.7g of protein. It doesn’t really matter to me if the ingredients are natural when there are so many calories. **EDIT** Its freaken delicious -_-


I love muesli. Who doesn’t?


A bit of glare that I couldn’t shake sorry. Its basically like a low GI protein bar. 10g of protein for 179 calories, like the one above, I’d rather eat 179 calories in a massive bowl of greens and falafel or something.


Will definitely pop this after my next run.


Who doesn’t love almond butter? In the hampers they go!


This is my FAVOURITE tea flavouring right here! Marshmallow root, ginger, fennel, lemon, peppermint – can you get any more perfect???


In the hamper with you! Handy, quick, somewhat healthy, microwave meal for someone!


Am I going to give this to my kid? Yes I am!


I get so many smoothie boosters from GM box that I am going to put this in the hamper too. Like the protein bars, its 179 calories for 9g of protein, and I don’t like chocolate smoothies enough to waste those calories. I’d rather have the cals for 30g protein in my chai latte flavoured Prana powder.


Large Portion – Low Calorie Meals Pt 2

And here is part 2!


Egg White Omelette: Serves 1
Calories Per Serve 139 – Fat 3g – Carbs 8g – Fiber 4g – Protein 25g

  • 4 egg whites
  • 2 tbsp so good unsweetened almond milk
  • 1 button mushroom
  • 1/4 capsicum
  • 1 cup spinach
  • 1/4 tsp paprika
  • 1/4 tsp garlic powder

Do the thing. Mix it all at once, plop it in a non stick pan, cook, eat. Tomato sauce/ketchup will make everything good. Also add ham if you want – just remember your calories.



Zoodles with Pesto: Serves 1
Calories Per Serve 135 – Fat 9g – Carbs 7g – Fiber 3g – Protein 6g

  • 2 Cups Zucchini (or one large one should do it)
  • 1 tbsp pesto
  • 1 tsp lemon juice

Get yourself a julienne peeler or a spiraliser, do the thing on the zucchini, add the rest and mix together! Soooo simple. As a whole meal it can be a bit boring, so maybe add some other veggies to mix it up a bit! You could change up the sauce for marinara sauce also – just amend your calories 🙂


Loaded Spaghetti Squash – Kale & Chickpeas: Serves 2
Calories Per Serve 307 – Fat 13g – Carbs 34g – Fiber 10g – Protein 17g

  • 1 whole spaghetti squash
  • 1 small onion, sliced thinly
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1/2 tbsp rosemary
  • pinch of chili flakes
  • 1/2 cup chickpeas, drained and rinsed
  • 2 (packed) cups of chopped kale leaves (massage them with your fingers for way easier eating)
  • 1 tbsp Lemon Juice
  • 1/4 cup chopped sun dried tomatoes
  • 1/4  cup toasted pine nuts
  • salt & pepper
  • 30g Parmesan cheese to serve

I had to order spaghetti squash seeds online and grow them myself a couple of years ago as I can NEVER find it in Australia.
Cut your squash in half length-ways and microwave upside down on plate for 10 mins – adjust timing until you can pull the middle apart with a fork – add all the ingredients that you like and voila!  You can substitute the sun dried tomatoes for Olives if you like – but the calorie content will change. Pine nuts are also expensive AF so you could omit them or maybe even use toasted sunflower or pumpkin seeds instead?


Loaded Spaghetti Squash – Taco: Serves 2
Calories Per Serve 273 – Fat 3g – Carbs 43g – Fiber 12g – Protein 13g

  • 1 whole spaghetti squash (cut in half length-ways and microwave upside down on plate for 10 mins – adjust timing until you can pull it apart with a fork)
  • 1 small onion, sliced thinly
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1 Can lentils – or prepare your own
  • 1/5 can corn kernels
  • 1/5 Can black beans
  • 1 packet taco seasoning (or be fancy and make it yourself from scratch)
  • Optional Nooch or Cheese – calories will need to be adjusted for the one you choose. I have calculated this recipe WITHOUT either of them.

I want to make this now but alas, no spaghetti squash 😦


Coleslaw and Pulled Pork Salad:
TOTAL – Calories Per Serve 343 – Fat 16g – Carbs 23g – Fiber 4g – Protein 29g

edit* I dont know what I’m doing wrong but the formatting WILL NOT let me make the ingredients in to bullets anymore without turning the whole page into bullets. Ugh.

Coleslaw Recipe: – Serves 2
Calories Per Serve 123 – Fat 1g – Carbs 22g – Fiber 4g – Protein 9g 
1/4 Shredded Standard Cabbage Related image
1/4 Shredded Purple Cabbage
1 cup shredded carrots
1/2 cup thinly-sliced green onions
2/3 cups non-fat plain Greek yogurt
1 tablespoon lemon juice
2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
2 tablespoons honey, warmed
1 teaspoon Dijon mustard (optional)
1/4 tsp pink Himalayan salt
pinch of salt and freshly-cracked black pepper

Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Recipe: – Serves 18
Calories Per Serve 220 – Fat 15g – Carbs 1g – Fiber 0g – Protein 20g
1.8kg Pork shoulder
1 tsp Garlic powder
1 tsp Onion powder
2 tbsp Brown sugar
1 tsp pink Himalayan salt
2 tbsp Paprika
1 tsp Pepper
1/4 cup Apple cider vinegar
3/4 cup Water

So obviously the recipes have different serves, but the total at the top would be for one serve of each in the same meal 🙂 Mix all the powders together and rub all over the pork. Put water and vinegar in slow cooker and gently place the pork on top so that the powder doesn’t get splashed off – cook on slow for 6-8 hours.


Egg White Zucchini Eggplant Slice: Serves 1
Calories Per Serve 370 – Fat 8g – Carbs 42g – Fiber 13g – Protein 33g
1 medium zucchini
1/2 Eggplant
1 Small Onion
1 medium carrot
5 egg whites
1tsp garlic powder
1/4 tsp pepper
1/4 tsp salt
herbs/spices of your choice
30g Lite cheese

Thinly slice (if you have a lathe or something then definitely use that) the onion, carrot, and the zucchini. Frying the onion would give a better flavour but would add more calories. Use paper towel to soak up as much of the zucchini liquid as you can. Add the egg whites, garlic powder, pepper, salt, herbs etc and mix together. Its your choice whether you cook the cheese on the top until its brown, or mix it into the dish – I think its better mixed in. Cook in the oven on a medium heat until its cooked through. I do this in my convection oven and it normally takes about 35 mins – but just check it as you go.


Lentil Dhal: Serves 3
Calories Per Serve 286 – Fat 12g – Carbs 38g – Fiber 5g – Protein 11g

Oh OK, so now the bullets work again?gaelle-marcel-353648
  • 1 large onion – chopped
  • 2 cloves garlic, crushed
  • 2 tsp crushed/minced ginger
  • 2 tablespoons curry powder (use a decent one)
  • 1/2 to 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper (optional)
  • 3 cups water
  • 1 400ml can of lite coconut milk
  • 2 tbsp tomato paste
  • 2 400g can of unsalted crushed tomatoes
  • 1 400g can lentils
  • Juice of half a lemon
  • 2 teaspoons garam masala
  • Sea salt, to taste

    You can add Fresh cilantro, yogurt, naan, rice or quinoa for serving if you like but you will need to adjust your calories for this.

Cook onions in a non stick pan until they are soft and starting to brown (5-7 minutes at least). Add the garlic and grated ginger and continue to cook, stirring regularly so the garlic doesn’t burn, until the mixture is brown.
Stir in the curry powder and let them cook for about 30 seconds. Be careful not to let the spices burn.
Add the water, coconut milk, tomato paste, tomatoes, and lentils.
At this point you can add 2 tbsp butter (but add in the calories as I have omitted them), lemon juice, garam masala, and salt (I usually add at least 1 teaspoon of sea salt).
Serve over rice or quinoa, garnished with yogurt, chili flakes and cilantro.
Leftovers will last for several days in the fridge or can be frozen for a few months at least. The flavour in this dish gets better with age.
I have no idea what the colour of the lentils means… you could use red lentils if you like – it looks nicer and the original recipe calls for them – canned ones are usually brown but I find them easier.


Cauliflower Pizza Crust: Serves 1
Calories Per Serve 245 – Fat 6g – Carbs 36g – Fiber 16g – Protein 19g

How To Make A Cauliflower Pizza Crust ~ This is hands down the best Cauliflower Pizza Crust! It's Gluten Free, Low in Calories, and Low Carb! |

  • 1 head of cauliflower
  • 1/4 tsp sea salt
  • 1/2 tsp back pepper
  • 1/4 tsp red pepper flakes
  • 1 tsp dried basil
  • 1 tsp dried oregano
  • 1/4 tsp garlic powder
  • 1 whole egg
  • 1 cheese cloth
  1. Wash and chop head of cauliflower.
  2. Whack it in a food processor, pulse until cauliflower looks like snow.
  3. Nuke for 2-3 minutes covered in the microwave.
  4. Let it cool.
  5. Put cauliflower in a cheese cloth and squeeze out as much water as you can – seriously, even let it sit after you think its done, and then squeeze the crap out of it again.
  6. Chuck it in a bowl, and stir in the salt, pepper, basil, oregano, and garlic salt.
  7. Add egg and stir until blended together.
  8. Form cauliflower dough into a ball and push it down onto the parchment/baking paper on a pizza pan until it resembles a pizza base.
  9. Bake 10-15 minutes until crust is golden brown.

Add your toppings that you like – don’t forget to add the calories for these though.




This one got lost in transit so I had to wait a little longer for it to arrive. I was devastated!


I want to say I’m keen to try this, but I’m also positive it will be disgusting. Morelife do a dip powder that you add to Greek yogurt/sour cream etc that is DIVINE so maybe they will win on this one too?



These are quite tasty.



I saw these in the shop the other day and wondered when they’d appear in the GMbox… at 155cals per 5cm x4cm block, its a bit too much for my liking. EDIT** I just cut some off, it is VERY soft and oily. Your fingers get covered in grease – maybe one for the refrigerator?


I will have to try this next week. I’ll have it before my run and see if it improves my performance 🙂 I’ve never taken pre-workout before, so a pre-workout chocolate is completely foreign to me.



This tea was DELICIOUS.


This doesn’t foam/lather up too much. It does the job and smells divine!


This one also smells divine. It works too.


I generally just like to make pancakes myself from scratch – but I guess this will save time 🙂


BONUS ITEMS! (I reviewed enough products to get my 50 points and bonus item!)


I am really excited to try this one. Sounds delicious – EDIT** 05/12/17 – It IS freaken delicious!!! I ate it with a Turkish bread roll and while massive calories it tastes AMAZING.


I popped a tsp of this into my smoothie this morning – TBH my smoothie was so packed with other items, I couldn’t pick this out – so I’m guessing it doesn’t taste disgusting!