One of my biggest pet peeves in life is indecisiveness.
Of course, I’m not claiming to be perfect. I’m scared of everything, I prefer robots to human company, and I’m one of those people who orders a Diet Coke with their Big Mac.
(Helloooo, I’ve got to cut calories where I can, right?? Diet Big Mac isn’t an option, obviously)
With all that being said, one thing I AM super great at is decision making.Â If there was a job where you could be paid for your ability to make sound decisions quickly and efficiently, I’d be wearing a red velvet robe and a monocle, diving into a room full of gold coins.
So I’ve decided that maybe it would be a good idea to let everyone in on my decision-making secret. It can be my way of making the world a better place.
And I know you’re all, “how do THEY influence your decision, they aren’t even relevant” but seriously, I beg to differ.
I mean, Chuck Norris was able to walk away from explosions without turning back to look, which requires way more self control than I could ever muster.
And Punky made everything she touched turned into a rainbow of magicalness.
When faced with these facts, how can anyone argue?
Honestly, there is really no situation in life that can’t be resolved with a roundhouse kick or a rainbow-ey make-over.
That’s just a fact.
So next time you’re out to lunch with a friend and she’s all, “what are you going to get” and you’re all, “I don’t know, what are YOU going to get”, just remember my advice and order a honkin’ steak (Chuck) and the hugest, most obnoxious sundae the menu offers (Punky).
I think you’ll find that as always, Chuck and Punky have served you well.
Another way I’d like to contribute to world peace and the general well-being of the human population is by offering you a super easy and delicious treat recipe.Â Cheesecake bites are covered in brownies, white chocolate, and sprinkles.
What isn’t good about that?!
9×13 pan of fudgy brownies, baked and cooled (not cakey, please)
Small container of frozen cheesecake bites (I used Sara Lee Strawberry Cheesecake Bites)
16 oz white chocolate candy coating (or candy melts)
pink sprinkles, for garnish
Using your hands, crumble up your brownies so you can mash them together with no large chunks.Â Take a large spoonful of brownie and mash it into a flat circle in your palm. Place a cheesecake bite in the center and wrap the brownie around it.
Once all the brownie bites are formed (you should get around 20ish), place them on a wax paper lined baking sheet in the freezer for 30 minutes.
Melt your candy coating according to package directions. Dip brownie bites in the melted candy, spooning the candy over to coat. Remove brownie bites by sliding a fork underneath, letting the excess drip off, and placing back on baking sheet. Sprinkle with sprinkles before chocolate sets. Place back in the freezer for about 10 minutes to set.
Makes about 20 brownie bites.
Easy peasy, right??
I hope you have a wonderful Thursday. Thanks for visiting!!