Moist Chocolate Cake

So, how was the first month of 2014 going? I hope everything went well and still going smooth with everyone. As for me, generally, it started well and well, it is still. (I don’t think so!) Okay… I’ll spill it out! I have mentioned in one of my posts that I lost pounds over the month of December and got 1 kg back just after the New Year. I ate rice, noodles, and rice, and rice and rice… Yes, I will not deny that! (I am guilty, as a proven criminal should be.) But, please, do not imagine me eating bowls of rice… because I did not. I’ve eaten rice almost everyday of January 2014 but just a cup or two. (Mostly 1 cup, really.)

In addition to rice is a cake – not just a slice, but slices of cake!! If I am not mistaken, I have mentioned that (or I think I’ve mentioned this in one of my conversations with AJ of The Dessert Course) I am craving for a chocolate cake, but I did not want to bake because I might end up eating the whole cake.


I bought a slice of cake, but the only thing that’s available was a Vanilla Cake (I bought it, anyway!) Later, I said, I will buy a slice of chocolate cake and I was sure that I will NEVER EVER bake.

But, guess what? I did bake a chocolate cake!!

Moist Chocolate Cake


  • 1¾ cups all purpose flour
  • 2 cups granulated white sugar
  • ¾ cup unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 1½ tsp baking soda
  • ¾ tsp salt
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 cup buttermilk*
  • ½ cup butter, melted**
  • 1 tbsp vanilla extract
  • 1 cup hot water + 2 tsp coffee granules

Frosting (recipe from back label of Hershey’s Cocoa Powder)

  • 1/2 cup (1 stick) butter or margarine
  • 2/3 cup Cocoa powder
  • 3 cups powdered sugar (I reduced mine to 2 ½ cups)
  • 1/3 cup milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract


  1. Preheat oven to 350 F. Grease and flour two 9-inch round baking pans and set aside.
  2. In large bowl, sift together flour, cocoa powder, sugar, baking soda and salt. Add in eggs, buttermilk (or substitute), melted butter (or veggie oil) and vanilla. Whisk until combined.
  3. Add in coffee and mix until combined.
  4. Evenly divide batter between two pans.
  5. Bake for about 35 minutes or until toothpick inserted in the middle comes out with few crumbs, but not wet batter.
  6. Remove pans from the oven and transfer the pans in a cooling rack.
  7. Allow to cool in the pans for about 30 minutes.
  8. Run a butter knife around the edges of the pan and invert the cakes in the cooling rack.
  9. Cool completely before frosting.

For the frosting:

  1. Melt butter. Stir in cocoa. Alternately add powdered sugar and milk, beating to spreading consistency.
  2. Add small amount additional milk, if needed. Stir in vanilla. About 2 cups frosting.

Source recipe: Moist Chocolate Cake by Foodess


* Substitute buttermilk with 1 cup milk + 1 tbsp lemon juice or vinegar. Let sit for 10 minutes. 

** Veggie oil can be used instead of melted butter. 

Though I felt guilty, I did enjoy every bite of this cake. However, it lasted inside the fridge for more than one week because I tried my best not to eat more than two slices of cake per day. But, there were days that I did not eat a slice at all. But, rice? Yes, please! 😀 Oh no! I think I’m losing it. Please, not yet! Or better, not at all. Hopefully, by February, I will stick to the diet I used to do. It’s not that I gained a lot; I just don’t want to pamper myself. 


Dragon’s Loyalty Award #4 & #5

Time flies so fast… January is about to end!


People were so busy preparing for the New Year’s Day days and days ago – I thought it was just yesterday. Some bloggers went hiatus to spend more time with their loved ones and some just kept on blogging and blogging. Count me on the latter. 😀 I was a little busy, too. That’s why I was not able to do ‘award’ posts days after I received notifications (forgive me on that). But, I will start passing… To start with –

‘Dragon’s Loyalty’ Award is the first award I have received for the year 2014. I received two, btw., and I am so grateful to these two ladies. The first one (1/11/2014) was from Leslie of myyearofcupcakes. Leslie has many lovely cupcakes recipes – Marshmallow Stuffed Chocolate Cupcakes, Orange Almond Cupcakes, Cocoa Cupcakes are some of the cupcakes that I’d love to try.

I have also received the same award (1/13/2014) from Rebecca of dormroombaker. I’d love to try her Dark Chocolate Chunk Brownies and Mocha Cookies. Two of my favorites things in the world – brownies and mocha.

Ugh! There are so many recipes I’d love to try that I hope I could try them all at once. 😀

Leslie and Rebecca, thank you so much for this award and I am really honored that you thought of my blog. Hugs!

Let’s get going – here are another seven facts about me: (I think I am running out of facts, haha!)

  1. I gain weight easily. Let me eat one cup of rice on every meal (that’s three cups) in one week and I will gain 1kg. Or let me eat overeat in a day and I will gain 1kg.
  2. I went on a piano lesson when I was in grade school, but I think I have only attended a couple of classes.
  3. I bake more frequently than cooking new dishes.
  4. I don’t like the smell of cinnamon. 😦
  5.  I don’t put sugar on my teas.
  6. I prefer soft-boiled or medium boiled eggs over hard-boiled ones.
  7. I don’t like covering myself in a blanket when sleeping. But when I do (during cold days), one foot is inside the blanket and other one is outside the blanket. 😀 (and I wrote ‘feet’.. I need to go back to English class, haha!)

…and CONGRATULATIONS to these blogs:


 ‘Dragon’s Loyalty’ Award rules:

  1. You must link the person who has nominated you.
  2. You must share 7 things other bloggers may not know about you.
  3. Nominate up to 15 people.
  4. You must go to their blogs and notify your nominees.

Enjoy your award and have a wonderful day to everyone. xx Jhuls

Biko (Sweet Rice Cake)

It’s still weekend, so it still movie time for me. Sadly, I finished all the movies scheduled for weekend (that’s supposed to be until today). I’ve watched Escape PlanEnder’s Game, Captain Phillips, Hours and The Call. So what do I do now? Maybe I’ll bake to put my sweetened shredded coconut to use. Well, other than baking, I’ll try to finish the book I started reading last week. Uhm, hopefully, I could manage to finish it today.

But, for now… let’s get going… 😉

I. LOVE. RICE. And I think there’s no doubt that I love anything rice.

Biko is a type of sticky rice cake. Uhm, just imagine glutinous rice with coconut milk and brown sugar. Yummy? Well, if you are from Philippines or if you love rice and sweets, I think you will agree with me.


There are various ways of cooking this: (1) by baking; (2) by slowly cooking the rice together with the rest of the ingredients in a big pot (which I think the traditional way); or (3) cooking with the use of rice cooker. I prefer the traditional way. My Mom and I used to do it that way, every time. It consumes a lot of your time, though. Next time, I’ll try the baking method.

BIKO (Sweet Rice Cake)


  • 1 1/2 cups glutinous rice
  • 1 1/2 cups brown sugar, packed
  • 1/2 cup canned coconut milk
  • 1/2 cup water
  • Butter, for greasing
  • Latik (coconut curd) topping:  3 cups freshly squeezed coconut milk (first squeeze only, so squeeze only one time) or canned coconut cream


  1. Make the coconut curd: In a non-stick sauce pan, boil the freshly squeezed coconut milk. Cook in a medium heat until milk solid are formed and lower the heat until browned and oil comes out. This may take a while, but always keep an eye on it. Set aside until ready to use.
  2. Prepare an 8×8 baking pan and ligthly grease with butter. Set aside.
  3. Place glutinous rice in a pot, wash and drain. Add coconut milk, cover and bring to a boil over medium heat. Lower the heat until all coconut milk is absorbed.
  4. Add brown sugar and mix with the rice until even in color.
  5. Put back the lid of the pot and cook until rice is dry on a lowest heat.
  6. When rice is fully cooked, use a wooden spoon to transfer it to the prepared pan.
  7. Top with the Latik (coconut curd).
  8. Serve cold or warm.

Source recipe: Biko (Sweet Rice Cake by Latest Recipes

I’d love to serve this with hot coffee. But, the time I made this, I prefer it with green tea.


I am using this recipe for years and never looked for another recipe. But, as I said, I will try the baking method. I wonder how it will come out. If I do, I will a post, for sure. 😉

This can be kept in fridge and re-heat using a microwave oven. I prefer a warmer Biko.

How about you? How are you spending your weekend? Any weekend baking or cooking? 😀 Anyway, whatever you’re up to, I wish you enjoy the rest of the weekend! 😉

Book review: The Heroes of Olympus (Books 1 to 4)

On my last book post (which I have deleted), I have mentioned that I’ve managed to finish the first three books from The Heroes of Olympus series by Rick Riordan. Well, three books in December and I finished the fourth book two weeks ago. But, I still can’t move on!


The Heroes of Olympus is a sequel to the Percy Jackson series. The Heroes of Olympus revolves around the seven heroes who might save both worlds (immortal and mortal). It also revolves around the ‘Prophecy of Seven‘:

Seven half-bloods shall answer the call
To storm or fire, the world must fall
An oath to keep with a final breath,
And foes bear arms to the Doors of Death

In the first book – The Lost Hero, Jason (demigod son of Jupiter, or Zeus in Greek form) woke up in a bus with no much memory. Together with him on the bus were Piper and Leo, also demigods – daughter of Aphrodite and son of Hephaestus respectively. Without their knowledge, they were being watched by a satyr who was assigned as their protector. The satyr was also asked to bring the three kids in Camp Half-Blood – a place for demigods and special people like them. So they were brought to the camp and there, they knew who they really are, though Jason was still in awe by how he was feeling that he does not belong to that group. In this book, Percy was also missing and it left Annabeth horribly worried.

The second book – The Son of Neptune, revolves on the other camp – Camp Jupiter. Percy was found with no memories at all expect the name Annabeth. He knew she was the love of her life. He had undergone fight with monsters and finally found Camp Jupiter where he stayed for not too long. Like Camp Half-Blood, Camp Jupiter is also a place for demigods, but Camp Jupiter is a camp for demigods whose father or mother came from the Roman side of the gods. Percy met new friends, Hazel (daughter of Pluto, or Hades in Greek form) and Frank (son of Mars, also known as Ares in Greek form).  Later on, they have discovered that Jason might be in the same situation as Percy – lost memories – and might be alive and staying on the other camp.

The story continues with the third book – The Mark of Athena… Here, both camps finally met and of course, you can tell how incredibly happy Annabeth and Percy were. Oh, yes! Percy and Jason have their memories back. It was all Hera’s plan – the exchange of both heroes, the stealing of the memories – to have both camps meet and join forces to defeat the evil Gaia. In this book, Annabeth was given a quest to save a statue of Athena (that no one from the child of Athena made it alive). The statue was supposed to be an answer to re-unite the Romans and Greeks and later work together to fight the evil Titans. Just when they thought Annabeth has successfully defeated the goddess who was keeping the statue, Annabeth was about to be dragged down (with the help of the goddess, of course… very bad!). Annabeth and the rest of the heroes (who were at their fabulous flying ship, the Argo_II, and with the dragon figurehead… Amazing, isn’t it?) Oh! Where was I? Okay… Annabeth and the rest of the heroes agreed to save the statue first (which, btw, very very tall and heavy) and then, there it is… Annabeth was about to fall because there was this something like spider webs (from the goddess Arachne) on her foot (I think ankle). She asked Percy to let go of her hand. But, of course, Percy did not let go. So they fell together. It doesn’t matter if they die together, as long as they’re together. How sweet was that?

The story continues on the fourth book – The House of Hades – Annabeth and Percy in Tartarus, in search for The Doors of Death. Doors of Death should be closed to keep monsters from re-forming. Like, when demigods kill monsters, they should remain dead. The thing is, two Doors of Death should be closed – one for the mortals and other one for the immortals. On the other hand, the rest of the heroes of the prophecy of seven, including Nico di Angelo (son of Hades) were also on their way to close the other door. Well, of course, they succeeded… with help from Titans (surprising part) and some god/goddess.

Thoughts on the series?

Well, as I said, I love the Percy Jackson series and I love this more. It was just heart-breaking when the two Titans decided to help Percy and Annabeth. I literally had tears on my eyes – thinking if they had survived or not. It was not mentioned in the book, so I had no idea and I had a hard time sleeping that night. The series had really affected me and when I finished reading, I asked myself ‘What am I gonna do with my life now that I’m done with the series?’ I still kept on talking about Percy and the series even after days I finished reading. I was thinking of re-reading the Percy Jackson series, but I told myself ‘Hey! You still have other books to read!’ Well, I guess I am having a book hangover.

To sum up my feelings… all I can say is I AM IN-LOVE with the series!! I am in-love with how the author wrote the story. Uhm, I think I now have my favorite author. 😉

Percy…and there was this day when I was reading the fourth book – The House of Hades – while I was eating this yummy dessert. I noticed that my dessert bowl/plate (whatever) has purple and orange butterflies on them. Then, I remembered that purple is the color of Camp-Half Blood’s t-shirts and orange for Camp Jupiter… and I caught myself grinning. Haha! Doesn’t make sense to others, maybe… But, I always remember the two camps whenever I see these colors. 😀

P.S. The dessert is a favorite dessert in the Philippines. It’s called Fruit Salad – a mixture of fruit cocktail, condensed milk, cream (e.g. Nestle cream/all-purpose cream), sweet kernel corn, pineapple tidbits, grated or chopped cheddar cheese and evaporated milk. Well, at least this is my version (with additional cracker crumbs – I find it more delish!) Varieties of fresh fruits can also be used instead of the fruit cocktails in can.

For more information on the series: The Heroes of Olympus 

Thanks a lot for reading! xx

Chicken Caesar Wrap

I was craving for something sandwich, but I was sure I was not craving for bread. For days, I put together (as if it’s a very hard problem to solve) what I wanted to put in my something sandwich, if I’d make one. (Sure, I will!) At long last, I figured out that I wanted a chicken wrap. I was planning to make a chicken wrap with fried chicken, lettuce, tomatoes and use mayo and cheese as the sauce. But when I was about to make the marinade for the chicken, I ended up making a marinade for grill chicken.

Let’s continue… As I grill the chicken, I thought the grill pan was sad. (Yes, the pan told me that!) So, I checked the fridge for something else to grill (fry) and I saw the red bell pepper – I grabbed it, washed and sliced, and I let it join the chicken. Wow! The smell of the chicken and the red bell pepper was amazing!!


When the grilling was done, I just prepared my tortilla wrap and I put lettuce, chicken (already cut), bell pepper and the sauce? Caesar dressing! Well, not homemade, but the wrap was undeniably delicious!!

The funny thing was… I cut the wrap in half so I can eat the other half the next day or later that day. But, I ended up eating everything! 😀 So yum!!


This is also a make-ahead meal: prepare them the day or night before and you have a grab-and-go meal – perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner (or just anytime). Also, this can be eaten cold or heated in a microwave for a minute or two. Perfect, right?

You can use your favorite grilled chicken recipe. But, you can also try mine:

Chicken Caesar Wrap


For the chicken: 

  • 200g boneless chicken breasts, pounded
  • 2 tsp barbecue sauce
  • 2 tsp mustard
  • 2 tsp rice vinegar
  • ½ tsbp brown sugar
  • 1 tbsp soy sauce


  1. Mix everything and marinate overnight or 30 minutes.
  2. Fry in a pan for 6 minutes on both sides.
  3. You are now ready to prepare your wrap.

To serve: 

You will need tortilla wraps, roasted red bell pepper (optional), lettuce and ceasar dressing.

Easy, isn’t it? Go and make now!!! 😀

Have a wonderful day, Friends! xx

‘Shine On’ Award #1

It was the last day of 2013 and I thought surprises were already done popping… Until I received a notification that I have been nominated for the ‘Shine On’ Award by my sweet and lovely friend from More Food, Please – Ada   (I am so sorry that it took so long to pass this award. I was quite occupied the past few weeks.)


Ada has varieties of delish recipes to try to – from Pineapple Buns to Homemade Granola Bars (Oh! I should try this. Since I am on a diet, I think this will make a good snack.) I also wanted to try Red Bean Paste. Did you know that I’ve been looking for that recipe for months now? It was such a joy when I found it on Ada’s blog. (Ada, can I use any kind of red beans? Uhm, I’ve seen different sizes, but I am not sure if I could use any of them.)

Anyway, moving on to the post, here are seven random things about me:

  1. I hated teas. But, I have learned to love them. In fact, I now have different flavors. 😀
  2. I always keep chocolates near me. In case I plan to go out, I always bring some.
  3. I always have bottled water near my bed for me to drink every time I wake up in the middle of the night.
  4. If you’d ask me what quick meal I could stand eating for a day, I would gladly tell you anything with sunny-side up eggs cooked that way I love it – cooked in a very high heat so I could get burnt whites (bottom side) and edges. Uhm, it could be bread + sunny-side up, rice + sunny-side up, etc, etc.
  5. I tried cooking noodles how many times but it seems I cannot get the perfect taste/flavor I wanted. It’s like I am looking for something (in noodles), but I really can’t figure out what it is. Uhm, do you know the secret to fast-food chain’s noodles? ‘Coz I really love their noodles – maybe that’s what I am looking for.
  6. As much as I love the smell of shower gels, I don’t like staying too long under the shower. Twenty minutes and I’m done.
  7. I was a coffee addict but since I started my diet, I cut back on coffee. Since I started my diet (more than two months ago) I just had full cup of coffee once or twice.

And now, for the nominees… Congratulations to:


There you go… 😉 And for the rules —

‘Shine On’ Award rules:

  1. Visit and thank the blogger who nominated you.
  2. Acknowledge that blogger on your blog, and link back.
  3. Share seven random, interesting things about yourself.
  4. Nominate up to 15 bloggers for the ‘Shine On’ Award, provide a link to their blogs in your post, and notify them on their blogs.

Hope you enjoy your award and thank you so much again, Ada! xx

Have a fabulous week to everyone! 😉

Egg Noodles with Beef and Veggies

I must admit that I am a terrible cook when it comes to noodles. I don’t know why I can’t get the perfect seasoning/sauce. Or maybe, I always overlook the ingredients I may have on hand by looking away from the pantry.

Considering myself a terrible cook when it comes to noodles, it didn’t stop me from trying again. This time, I want something you can call an all-in-one meal. (Must have really gained confidence now, eh?) I imagined noodles with beef, broccoli, mushrooms, carrots, cabbage and bell pepper. Hmm… yum! So what about the seasoning/sauce? Well, let’s see…

Egg Noodles with Beef and Veggies


For marinating the beef:

  • ¼ kg beef, sliced thinly
  • 6 tbsp soy sauce
  • 2 tbsp rice vinegar
  • 3 tsp brown sugar
  • ½ tsp salt
  • 2 tsp garlic powder
  • 2 tsp onion powder

For the sauce:

  • 1 tbsp sesame oil
  • 2 tbsp water
  • 4 tbsp sweet soy sauce
  • 6 tbsp soy sauce
  • ½ tsp salt
  • 2 tsp brown sugar
  • 1 tsp cornstarch

Other ingredients (for the noodles):

  • ½ kg fresh egg noodles (or dried), blanched
  • 1 cup broccoli florets
  • ½ cup sliced bell pepper
  • ½ cup carrots, julienned
  • 1 cup white button mushrooms, sliced
  • 1 cup cabbage
  • 1 medium onion, sliced thinly
  • 4 cloves garlic, crushed
  • Cooking oil


Before we proceed with the actual cooking, we have to do the following first:

Marinate the beef overnight. [Yes, I really suggest marinating the beef overnight. If not, at least 2 hours.]

On the next day: (If the beef was marinated overnight) 1) prep the broccoli: put the Broccoli in a container or bowl, pour in some water – enough to cover the florets and microwave for one minute; 2) blanch the fresh egg noodles: put the noodles in a heat proof bowl and pour in some hot water and let it sit for four minutes. After doing so, drain the noodles and transfer to a bowl with cold water. This would prevent the noodles from cooking way too long; 3) mix all ingredients for the sauce and set aside.

Moving on to the next steps:

  1. Heat oil in a pan (with the fire on high). Add beef and stir fry for 15 minutes or until the beef is cooked. You can see the beef slightly caramelized because of the brown sugar.
  2. Remove the beef from the wok or pan (or whatever you are using) and lower the heat the medium. In the same pan, add additional oil and sauté onion for one minute. Add carrots, cabbage, mushrooms and red bell pepper. Cook for two minutes.
  3. Add in the beef, broccoli and the sauce. This time (and on a low heat), try tasting the sauce if it’s fine with you. If yes, you can add the noodles and let the sauce coat everything. (This will take less than a minute.)
  4. Turn off the heat and transfer to a serving plate. Share and enjoy!

I hope that didn’t sound complicated. It seemed a little complicated for me when I cooked this but I realized that nothing is complicated when you have prepared everything. Am I right?


I really enjoyed this dish. I ate this along with rice and sunny-up eggs. 😀 For me, this is an all-in-one meal, but you know… this was served during the New Year (Seriously, I fried eggs to serve on New Year’s breakfast.), so I had to forget that I was on diet. And I did not like the result of forgetting my diet. As I said, I did not eat too much, but carbs and calories (because I ate a slice of cake?) have great effect on my body.

Anyhow, I did enjoy this all-in-one meal.


And oh yes! About re-heating the noodles, using a microwave-safe bowl, I popped in the noodles in the microwave and pressed the one minute button and set it aside. I sautéed onions and tomatoes (with a little oil) and tossed in the reheated noodles and mix. The result? This meal was yummier the next day. 😀

Oreo Overload Muffins

I am not a 100% fan of Oreos. Yes, I love Oreo Milkshake! I love Oreo Truffles! And I think I will love anything with Oreo, but not the Oreo itself. So that makes me less than 100% fan, right? Anyway… regardless of that, I’ve always wanted to bake something with Oreos. I have searched and bookmarked few recipes but nothing came into actual baking!


It’s been months since the last time I bought Oreos (because I really don’t eat them as biscuits). When I bought some, that’s because I wanted to make an Oreo Milkshake!

Few weeks back, I have bookmarked another recipe with Oreos (again!). But this time, I finally made them.

Oreo Overload Muffins


  • 2 cups flour
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1 tbsp baking powder
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1/4 cup vegetable oil
  • 1 egg
  • 1 & 2/3 cups heavy cream
  • 1 cup chopped Oreos
  • For the Streusel: 1/2 cup finely diced Oreos combined with 3 tbsp softened butter until crumbly.


  1. Preheat oven to 350 F. Prepare and line muffin pan with 12 paper liners.
  2. In a bowl, mix together flour, baking powder, baking powder and salt. Set aside.
  3. In another bowl, mix vegetable oil, egg and cream. Pour this mixture to the dry mixture and mix just until well combined.
  4. Add in chopped Oreos.
  5. Sprinkle streusel over the muffins.
  6. Bake for 15-20 minutes until a toothpick inserted in the middle comes out clean.
  7. Let cool in the muffin pan for few minutes, then transfer to a cooling rack to cool completely.

Source recipe: Oreo Overload Muffins by On Sugar Mountain

The muffins were like Oreo Milkshakes (or Cookies and Cream)… in muffin forms!! I can tell you that they were absolutely awesome!!

Oats and Black Tea Fruit Smoothie

I am not talking about the movie. I am talking about a real Hunger Games.

I have to remind myself every single time that losing weight doesn’t mean starving yourself. But, there are times that I am so upset that I have not lost any pound in a week. Then again, I have to slap my face to be reminded that I have to change the term ‘losing weight’ to ‘eating healthy’

This month is supposed to be the last month of this diet thing. For the second month, I lost 3kg. I struggled more as I cut the carbs off during the weekdays (at least most of the weekdays) and less than a cup on weekends. I can’t completely cut it on my diet as I still crave for it from time to time.

And yes, on the first day of 2014, I ate more compared with the last days. (Not too much!) Uhm, I don’t call it a cheat day but I felt a little guilty. I did not overeat but still – I am guilty, your honor! (How was your year starting, btw?) So, I gained the 1kg back. (Sigh!) But, that’s fine. I’ll just extend this diet thing until the end of February. (Whew!)


The things that keep me going are smoothies (and fruits). I’ve learned that black tea and green tea are good for weight loss. Sometimes, I drink a cup or two in a day and there are times that I put a bag (I mean the powder only inside the bag!) of black tea or green tea in my smoothie. Yes! Yes! If others put protein powder, I put tea. 😀 I am not sure if they have the same effect when you drink it. The reason why I put it? It’s because I am just lazy to make a cup of tea. Also, this idea came from my sweet and lovely friend on Instagram, Maria Ro. (Click here if you want to check out my Intsagram account, too.)

This can be done with any combination of smoothie. And I also add oats to some of my smoothies.


This time, I just put Raspberries, Grapes and Strawberries, plus oats, black tea and non-fat milk. 😉 And yes, ice cubes.

Wishing everyone a wonderful week ahead!