5 Things Tuesday
In current times, the concept of a Chrat Day has become quite popular among dieters. They “eat clean” six days a week and then eat their favourite high calorie “forbidden ” food on the seventh.
I personally do not like this idea very much. It is far more enjoyable to have a little of what you fancy when you want rather than going on an all out binge on one particular day . Nevertheless, here is a list of my “cheat” foods :
As visitors to my blog know, I am very fond of cake. I love most kinds barring a few overly creamy kind. A (generous) slice of cake, a huge mug of tea or coffee, a good book, and I’m in heaven.
This thick, flavourful sauce turns anything into comfort food. Add to it pasta, vegetables or your choice of meat and you have a delicious meal. Unfortunately, it is packed full of calories.
There are several different kinds of Naan and I love them all. They turn any meal into a gourmet experience. Although I like them paired with curry, I love them with tea.
This is comfort or cheat food at its best. As a meal or a snack, or as picnic or party food in smaller sizes, I love all kinds.
Puff pastry can take fruit, vegetables or meat to the next level.
What are your favourite cheat day foods?
I would love to know.