The very sweet Sarah at Mum of Three World has given me a lovely Super Sweet Blogging award. Unfortunately I cannot accept it as no sugar ever passes my lips. My body is a temple.
Haha, who am I kidding, if my body is a temple, then it is a place to worship the joys of the sweet treat. Biscuits, cakes, chocolate, I love it all. Especially biscuits- I even wrote a jingle about them for my biscuit of the week posts. I haven’t done one of those for ages, because of the stupid dieting. But then again I haven’t done any of the stupid dieting for ages neither- so here is the jingle- and in case you want to know- this week I am mostly eating Malted Milks.
But back to the matter in hand. I have to answer these treat related questions, which is going to make me hungry. So I will do it quick, so I can get on with the important business of cramming my cakehole with crap*.
* Not actual crap of course. I am not a scatological person. Just sugar laden crap. Obviously.
1. Cookies or Cake?
Stupid question. Both. At the same time. I can make a mean Oreo cake, best of both worlds there.
|The Oreo Cake I made for Betsys 16th!|
2. Vanilla or Chocolate.
I do like Vanilla, but in the spirit of either/or I will have to plump for chocolate.
3. What is your favourite sweet treat?
I don’t know. What time of day is it? What is the weather like? I like a digestive for breakfast. Battenburg for elevenses. Minstrels for lunch. Scones and Jam for afternoon tea. Chocolate fudge cake for dinner. Apple Crumble for pudding. Posh dark chocolate for supper. And all rounded off with a hot chocolate as a pre-bed treat. But only if it is a Monday in February. That list varies depending on the day, week, year, minute, whats in the cupboard, which hormone is in charge that day etc etc
4. When do you crave sweet things the most?
When I am awake. Or asleep. When I am alive.
5. If you had a sweet nickname, what would it be?
As mentioned previously I actually went by the stage name Parma Violet for a bit. An old lady sweet, whose colour I intend to have my hair in my latter years.