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‘Self-Care’ Sunday ~ 2/5/2017

February 5

A new month, a new chance to take good care of ‘you’!

Happy February everyone! Yes, I am one of those people who LOVE Valentine’s day! It’s the colors, the roses, the chocolate…oh yes...the chocolate! I’ve tried many gourmet chocolatiers, and like it or not, my most favorite in the world is See’s Candies.

Since I was a little girl, that small red box full of Bordeauxs, Mayfairs, and Butterscotch chews, was the hallmark of the month of February. I really can’t imagine Valentine’s Day without them.

So of course, my mind turned to ‘chocolate’ this week. Since I was making a trip across town to my mother’s house, I figured I would whip up a batch of the BEST brownies I’ve ever had. This recipe I share with you has absolutely NO redeeming nutritional value…I don’t care. Sometimes self-care means bending the rules a little…or a lot…this recipe accomplishes that in spades.

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Pound & 1/2 Dark Chocolate Brownies

  • ~11/2 pounds semi or bittersweet chopped chocolate

  • ~2 sticks butter

  • ~6 eggs

  • ~2 cups sugar

  • ~ 1 TABLESPOON vanilla

  • ~11/2 cups flour

  • ~1 tsp baking powder

  • ~pecans or walnuts for sprinkling on top

Melt chocolate and butter in pan, set aside.  Mix separately the eggs, sugar, and vanilla.  Stir chocolate mix into egg mix.  Combine dry ing and add to choc/egg mix.  Pour into greased 9×13 in pan and sprinkle chopped pecans over.  Bake at 350 degrees for 35-40 min. {I turn oven off at this point and let brownies sit for an additional 20 min to set in middle. You may or may not need this additional oven time, a toothpick in the center will determine ‘doneness’}

'Self-Care' Sunday ~ 2/5/2017

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This week’s ‘self-care’ feature comes from Dianna McBride! With all the digestive issues we have to deal with as FMS patients, we often need to resort to making certain foods from scratch to ensure our bodies get what they need. Dianna makes her own yogurt! What a great idea! Thank you Dianna ♥:

Courtesy of Dianna McBride

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What did your ‘self-care’ consist of this week? Remember, it can be anything that benefits you! Share with all of us here in the chronic community what works for you. It can be: a product you make & sell, an Etsy shop, a hobby, a relaxation technique, a trip you took, a recipe you’d like to share, ect.!

Send me an email: kristine@alifewellred.com, or share below in the comment section. Photos are most welcome, but definitely NOT necessary! I will include/promote what you send to me on next week’s ‘Self-Care’ Sunday post. Let’s all share the ♥ and help each other out!…(now that’s a little bit of self-care right there!)

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4 Comments

  • Reply Valerie February 5 at 12:24 pm

    Hello There

    Nice to see the treat recipe. I agree, we spend a lot of time making our own food to keep the tummy happy and sometimes a treat is in store and not feel guilty about it.

    Thanks, Valerie

  • Reply Dianna February 5 at 3:16 pm

    Your brownies look amazing, Kristine! I will have to give them a try. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe.

    • Reply kristine February 5 at 10:32 pm

      Thank you Dianna! They are good!

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