Saturday, August 20, 2011

Strawberry sauce and changes!

(please bare with me there is some explanation before the Strawberry sauce but I think it is all worth it)

OK so I was on vacation before Vacation really began(August was the official vacation).  I got really caught up in my art work which I don't think is a bad thing AT ALL it just didn't lend itself to being blogger friendly.  I started making art dolls which look like this...

Elodie, Celeste and Joslyn!
Joslyn out in the flowers!

Anyways, I was using a lot of this summer as a time for experimenting with my art since I am about ready to start my second year of my Master of Fine Art program.  At the end of this school year I have a major show and need to turn in a dissertation so it might get crazy around my house :P

So first off I just wanted to share with you what I have been up to behind the scenes.

Secondly I got a new hair cut!!

long hair....

With this change I decided I needed a little change in my waist region too!  I was on a good track to loosing weight until I started grad school and then got married... at which time I gained 10-15 pounds back when I still have 10 pounds left to hit my original goal.... shoot.  Anyways I started Weight Watchers recently and am trying to kick my sweet tooth into shape.  With this you might see more food related posts now!

So while we were on vacation a waitress brought me out some jelly for my pancakes which I though was odd but I tried it... FANTASTIC!  With this in mind my husband and I pureed 5 cups of strawberries since fruit and veggies are 0 points!!!!

Don't ask me where the photo of the Cuisinart hand blender in action went... because I'm clueless.  I swear I got one but there is no proof obviously!

Anyways I didn't add anything to the strawberries.  They were just cut up and blended and now ready to pour all over whatever I choose!  I am sure you could add sugar if you needed but honestly it was such a quick and easy topping to make!

I dare you to make some and put it on your pancake or waffle you won't regret it!


  1. Neil and Courtney AnneSeptember 6, 2011 1:05 AM

    You should try blending a can of peaches. It's so yummy on pancakes! I think I usually prefer fruit-topped pancakes to syrup-topped pancakes. Welcome to the club!

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