I can’t believe it’s been two years since E and I got married in what I can honestly say was the best wedding ever.
No bias here AT ALL. 😉
I loved our wedding, and our first year of marriage, and now our second. Two years doesn’t feel very long–but we’ve packed so much into those two years, it also feels like we’ve been married decades.
I think time passes a lot slower when you move apartments and cities and countries multiple times, travel as much as possible, and start making a baby!
Since I shared some favorite memories (in photos) from our first year of marriage, I’m going to do the same this year–which makes it officially an annual tradition!
Once again, I joined Amanda in the Bake Off Bake Along for pudding week. Pudding week makes me nervous because pudding is one of those things that means something very different in the United States than it does in England. In England, it encompasses a lot more than it does in the United States–though to be truthful, I’m not sure exactly what qualifies something as a “pudding.” In the U.S., it’s…custard, basically. It often comes in little snack packs that kids take to school (or do they? When I was a kid they were all the rage, at least).
This week, the bakers made a very-British “school pudding”, molten chocolate peanut butter cakes, and a trifle that had to include jelly. I chose to make the little molten cakes!
Part of the reason is that, for fun pregnancy reasons, I’m supposed to watch my carbs–and I thought this one might be the easiest to make as a low-carb version.
I followed this recipe, but used real sugar, just less of it–mostly because I’m not sure about sugar substitutes while pregnant? Also I didn’t want to buy it so…win/win.
Why these were clearly homemade, and I have never used almond flour before so I was skeptical, they were delicious.
Maybe too much peanut butter in the middle, as they collapsed a bit?
But really, is there a such thing as too much peanut butter?
The verdict? I will be making these again, which is the first time I’ve said that this year!