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sweet potato chocolate pudding oh she glows

November 28, 2020

I wrote and wrote and wrote my little heart out; the words came easily because I knew that my teacher would be the only one reading. I like to let the machine run for a couple minutes to get it super smooth. Hi Meg, I added the avocado because I felt like the pudding was a bit “thin” with just the bananas – the avocado thickens things up so nicely! Hi Sandy, They are from Anthropologie a year or so ago :), Thank you for the amazing recipe ideas! It’s freezing outside and I have all the ingredients, chocolate pudding here I come. 1001 Secret Ingredient Chocolate Pudding from Oh She Glows Every Day by Angela Liddon. I have been reading your blog for quite a while now, and I’ve always been inspired by your blog and how your personality shines through in your writing. It helps to know even big bloggers (like you) still come across those fears. Hi Angela! Haha, I will have to make this recipe ASAP because my mouth is watering! Added some coconut water and it was absolutely amazing. Oh & that pudding is on my to do list.. Thanks Jessica :) I just checked out your blog and it looks great…and your creamy kale and chickpea dish is calling my name! Process until smooth. Two questions: 1) I don’t have a food processor — do you think it would work well in my vitamix? I think it would work without it just won’t be as thick. Oh. Last week I was published in the Huffington Post and it also helped to renew my passion for writing. Thanks. Not sure I will have the discipline to wait for a few hours for it to harden. I am in the process of setting up my blog and business, and your comments on wondering whether or not your words are ‘worth it’, were so inspiring to me. I can also relate to your over thinking anxieties when it comes to writing something for others to read. No sugar added in a chocolate pudding? It’s easy to think that well-established food blogs don’t have daily struggles but we’re all human and works-in-progress. I owe you a big thanks since reading your site and seeing how productive, positive and goal-oriented you are, it made me come to my senses and realize I could do something if I tried. While I was pregnant last year I began journalling and found that I absolutely love writing. It’s funny though, since writing my pregnancy and baby blog posts, I’ve actually felt a renewed freedom in my writing again and I’ve even had readers take notice and comment on it. I think I will start a journal of my own to help fight the baby blues. Plus writing multiple cookbooks and being a new mom. I look forward to much more of your personal writing, and your amazing recipes of course. Unfortunately, I stifled my writing once I made that new blog, I wanted to sell my prints, so I told myself not to get too personal. Kids pour their souls into the journals, it is therapy for them. I was just telling my husband last night that I fear my words don’t matter. yum!! Angela, Your writing is always so open and real that I never would have guessed you would have gone through these insecurities. I have just recently started blogging and can so relate to facing fears over every post and every word. Plus making it chocolate is a bonus! Thanks for letting me know :). There are a lot of food blogs out there, and what sets OSG apart — in my mind at least — is the fact that readers quickly find out that there’s a *real person* behind the awesome recipes. The pudding looks gorgeous. I am totally eating this for breakfast tomorrow. I’m allergic to almonds and so many tempting recipes contain almond butter. P.S. Would this offend someone…does this sound preachy…will I inadvertently destroy a young and impressionable human being? Just made this for dessert and my 3 year old licked the spatula clean! They don’t go back to their piece of work and treasure it. I love the way you write! I’ve read your blog cover-to-cover (I’m not a stalker, it’s just interesting!) I have to say, the combination of avocado (fat) with banana (sweet fruit) and almond butter (fat) gave me a painful and uncomfortable tummy ache for the remainder of the day. ), but I really appreciate your vulnerability and expressing fears. Your blog is beautiful :), This looks so delicious and so healthy.. I also can’t wait for your next cookbook! The raw, vulnerable and personal posts are always my favourite to read and write. I feel like your recipes are amazing and just keep getting better (I don’t know HOW you keep managing to top them!) Think I can use frozen bananas? It was so SO SO yummy! Being genuine and open requires a lot of strength and courage, but it goes a long way and it is probably why people relate to you. This website uses cookies to personalize your content (including ads), and allows us to analyze our traffic. Like you said, ‘THEIR. Thank you so much for taking the time to keep on writing and posting your recipes even at this busy time in your life. I’m eating this incredible concoction right now, and I almost screamed at my desk when I saw your post.

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