It has been quite a while since I last take part in Aspiring Bakers, so I was pretty excited when this month's theme is Asian Desserts! :D
Despite investing in a new oven and mixer, I find myself too caught up with work to bake. :(
But I'll always have a box of jellies stored in my fridge! It is the easiest and simplest thing I can afford to make now. Most importantly, the whole family loves jellies! Now instead of eating fresh fruits, we have been eating these fruit jellies. :P
Konnyaku jelly is what I have been swearing on and there are just so many flavors to try on! My current favorite is lychee and mango though I'm still exploring other flavours. :)
Simply follow the steps provided on the packet and I usually like to add in a can of fruits after the jelly is cooked to enhance the taste. :D Finally pour the jelly into a mold and let it cool before putting into the fridge and tadah~
You can have your fix of jelly easily! :D
Usually one packet of jelly can last me at least 2 weeks? But I can finish them in 4 days now. Blame the hot and humid weather! :<
I'm submitting this post to Aspiring Bakers #20: Asian dessert buffet! (June 2012) hosted by Moon of Food Playground
Anyways how is GSS for everyone? Personally I don't think GSS is any attractive at all, but I did buy a lot still. Haha! Bought 2 more pairs of shoes today from Rubi and I had to clear out some old ones to make room for them. :/ So I curiously went to count the numbers of shoes I have and....38 pairs. :O I was kinda shocked too. :/ The thing is I have so many shoes/flats/heels, but I'm always wearing my slippers. Quoting my mum, I buy shoes for display. LOL!
Damage for the day:
2 pairs of shoes
2 pairs of shorts
2 pairs of skinny jeans
1 maxi dress
cosmetics from Wastons.
Gonna eat like a beggar.