This is a recipe I have been meaning to share for a bit, but I have been attempting to overcomplicating my words. So in an attempt to keep things super simple all around I'm not going to worry so much about the words, but know that it's a must make! It's great to make and keep in the fridge for a post-dinner treat or to wrap up cute and deliver as a gift! The insanely simple nature of this recipe in combination with it's insanely delicious dessert qualities make me OBSESSED and I am certain you're going to be too!
In other news:
Josiah and I have found a church in the city that we love!
I'm still working through Grey's Anatomy and it's slowly turning into background noise. Is it worth continuing to watch?
Can This Is Us please come back already??
I've been running consistently, mostly in the morning, and it has made me feel amazing! If you have some good running tunes recommendations I would love them, because as much as I love the Hamilton soundtrack you can only hear it on repeat so many times. Amazingly my limit was 9,789,478 times.
I'm thinking that I am going to start another Whole30 the next time I have to get groceries, which will probably be this Wednesday. Who's with me?
Things are looking to warm up in Chicago!
This coffee creamer is totally my new go-to.
Have a fantastic week, friends!
Super Simple Superfood Chocolate Bark
- 6 ounces of chocolate, chopped
- 1/2 cup walnuts, chopped
- 2 tablespoons chia seeds
Place chocolate in a saucepan on low. Continue to stir until the chocolate is thoroughly melted. Pour the melted chocolate onto a sheet of wax paper and spread it equally around. Sprinkle the chia seeds, walnuts, and whatever other superfood additions you think of. Coconut flakes, almonds, cranberries, or pumpkin seeds would be phenomenal! Allow the chocolate to harden. If you're in a time crunch you can put it in the freezer for about 10 minutes. Once the chocolate has hardened take a knife or use your hands to break the bark into pieces. Place the bark in an airtight container and store it in the refrigerator.