I came across this Oreo & Caramel Mousse recipe on mybigfathalalblog.com and had to give it a try because I'm a sucker for anything Oreo. It's also the easiest dessert to make to satisfy your chocolate cravings.
Unfortunately, I am not as talented and experienced in the kitchen as I wish I was and definitely not when it comes to making desserts. In fact, this was my first attempt at making a "fancy-ish" dessert. This one, to my advantage, turned out to be super easy to make and only took about 20 minutes on my first try - and most importantly did not flop (whoop whoop). I made this Panna Cotta dessert for Friday Jummah lunch and everyone seemed to enjoy it, especially since it wasn't too filling to eat after that heavy meal. So I thought I would share it with you guys and hopefully rescue anyone out there who is as inexperienced in the kitchen as I am.
Lately, I've been trying to eat a healthier and more filling breakfast in the mornings because when I have a small meal such as cereal, I find myself snacking on a lot of junk food until lunch time, meaning I don't eat well for lunch either. So I recently came up with this smoothie recipe, taking inspiration from a few smoothie recipes I've seen online. You could obviously change whatever fruit combo you add to suit your preferences, but the main reason why I love this smoothie is because it's healthy yet so filling at the same time.
So I know I promised this week's post would be another makeup look, but since Ramadhan is starting in just a few days I decided to write up my first (and last, for a while) food post. This is probably one of the easiest milkshake recipes I've come across. I think it would be perfect to have for Sehri if you make it the night before, because it's really filling but not too rich. It's also the perfect milkshake to make for a party, if you're having people over or if you're just craving chocolate.