Breaking the unholy cycle of vacation treats

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Conventional, home-made Christmas cookies lie on plates in a family in Berlin, Germany. (Photograph by Sean Gallup/Getty Pictures)

One of many penalties of isolating ourselves is that loads of us are getting fatter.

And it will get worse at Christmas – once we sometimes lead ourselves into temptation! We eat too many treats even in NORMAL occasions. And in ABNORMAL occasions, with all people stress-baking, it’s uncontrolled.

All people sharing lovely desserts impressed by the Meals Community and subsequently irresistibly scrumptious – all our New Yr’s resolutions damaged earlier than we’ve even made them! We’re trapped on this unholy cycle of treats. And we’re helpless. Until …

We STOP making them so scrumptious!

You’ll be able to nonetheless make them engaging, you possibly can flip them into priceless works of edible artwork, however they need to style horrible — the sort of dessert that you simply conceal contained in the serving serviette after one nibble.

Making these un-delicious treats is an effective way to make use of up the deserted substances in your pantry. For instance, I’ve some wheat germ, dried cranberries, kale, and half a jar of garlic jelly.

In 20 minutes, I may make a plate of cranberry kale wheat germ garlic jelly thumbprint cookies which gained’t tempt anyone, however are utterly secure must you by accident eat one.

You continue to get the pleasure of baking one thing in a heat cozy kitchen – however portion management is straightforward as a result of you’ll really feel not the slightest temptation. And any associates you share them with will voluntarily preserve their distance – in all probability for the remainder of the pandemic. All people wins!

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