If you’re anything like me five years ago, you haven’t yet discovered the thrill of the thrifting obsession because you haven’t learned how to gamify it for yourself yet. It takes too much time. You never find anything good. And all you ever find is overpriced crap you already have or will never need. Then, one day you’re at your girlfriend’s house and notice her gorgeous new mirror that looks like it was $300 at Anthro, only to discover she bought it for $20 at a thrift store. Why don’t you ever have that luck?!
These bites don’t have any processed sugar or flour, making them perfect for a post run snack! Or…perfect for the chocolate-obsessed who’s doing her best not to eat chocolate cake every day. Either way, you won’t regret making these tiny treats.
This bread recipe freezes very well. Make sure your loaves are completely cooled and wrap tightly with freezer paper. To serve, set the frozen loaf on the counter 1 day before. Also, if you don’t need your bread to be gluten free, substitute all purpose flour for the Cup 4 Cup.
This is one of those times I would much rather sit across from you face to face. I’d rather you were able to hear the tone of my voice, that my facial expression could speak deeper and truer than just words. Because this topic feels so tender to me lately. Disappointment has been an unexpected guest in our house for the last couple months and I was tempted to feel isolated in it. But then I started talking it out. After a few different conversations I realized every single one of us is dealing with disappointment in some way or another.
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