Really. 2.5 servings. Pretty funny joke whoever made the food label for my Swedish Fish Easter edition treat. More like 2.5 bites. I don’t know anyone that could open up that bag and eat 1/2.5 of that bag and save the rest for later.
If you have accomplished eating just one serving at a time of those delicious gummy goodnesses, I think you may be in the running for some sort of world record or something.
Let me know if you want me to do a vlog about how to make your hair look like you dipped it into the deep fryer, it takes a lot of work to make it look so good.
Ever seen this Brian Reagan clip about food labels. Hilarious.
When I got home from spin Billy was marinating Mahi-Mahi in an amazing sauce. In the mix was soy sauce, garlic, balsamic vinegar, ginger, brown sugar, cayenne pepper, olive oil, salt and pepper (he eyeballed it, no measurements).
I married this man for a reason. He knows how to speak to my soul with food.
My ‘Love Language’ is clearly food.
He pan fried the fish and the rest was magic. I used the the marinade as a dressing and seriously, it was amazing. Try it.
It is completely normal to eat your salad out of a cake pan. I finished off the meal with pear slices smeared with PB and of course 2.5 servings of Swedish Fish Easter edition.
What serving sizes do you laugh at when you look at its food label and wonder who in the world only eats one serving of that food?
-Most candy, CEREAL, ice cream, popcorn, pringles, nuts, wheat thins and mac and cheese.
Do you ever eyeball recipes and skip the whole ‘measuring’ thing?
-Yep. Much too lazy to actually follow a recipe perfect.
What was the last deliciously sweet thing you ate?
-Unless I slept walked during the night and ate some ice cream (this has happened in the past) it was swedish fish and a pear.
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