1) This is about quitting Fructose, and not finding love
2) They should try Tinder
3) Try this recipe for chocolate mousse, it will make anyone fall in love with you. (word to your mumma)
This morning I awoke to my notifications telling me 45 people had liked this page… 41 of them were looking for a Sugar Mumma… So for those just reading this page please ignore some of the comments on my Facebook page. They pretty much go along the lines of
"i want 1"
"suga muma come now 1"
"get me love mumma"
Or feel free to message them, if it floats your boat (i kid, i kid! please don't!!)
In other news my article made page 3!!
Wow must have been a slow news week.
Look out HolllyWood and the next cover of The Best Looking Sugar Free Mums Ever Magazine… Someone should totally make that magazine.
I did cop a little bit of slack on my Facebook page due to my obsession with my arm. I can't help it. I have always been that person to point out faults before someone else could. I don't know if this is a self preservation move, as in people can't hurt me if I hurt myself first but I do feel pretty stupid for focusing on something that isn't even that bad. I feel like a bit of a d*ck now for pointing it out. Live and learn people, live and learn.
This morning my son read the newspaper article and he got all excited, I thought he was excited because his mum was in the paper but no his little brain had ticked over and he yelled out "I knew it! I knew that when my teeth fell out I wouldn't want sugar. I lost my sweet tooth" See its not about quitting sugar, its about losing your teeth.
I told him that a "sweet tooth" is a saying and he looked at me and went "you said you had one in the paper, I am 7 now you don' have to lie to me. Apparently laughing was not the response he wanted, so I tried to backtrack and ask him what this now meant to him. He told me that he could probably have soft drink to quench his thirst ,as it will not start making him want more sugar… (this comes from my argument of, if you have one soft drink, you will want more and it will ruin all your hard work of quitting sugar). He then explained that he only has a little while before his sweet tooth grows back so I should probably let him have some soft drink for breakfast.
I told him his teeth will grow back black if he has soft drink for breakfast and googled images of black teeth. I think I have now traumatised him for life…..
He will now be running into my room in the middle of the night seeing black teeth crawling through his windows...
I did however try and make it up to him by creating a refreshing drink for him and he thought he was a little bit special, as I wouldn't let the two year old have any.
1 cup of ice
3 tbsp of cocoa
150 mls of milk
5 ice blocks of frozen cream (we freeze cream in ice cube trays usually for "ice-cream")
30gm of dextrose (more if you like it sweeter)
Blitz the hell out of it.
The end result was a icy chocolate milkshake that I sprinkled some cocoa on the top. I told him that it had coffee in it and that is why the 2 year old couldn't have it. Since he had lost 2 teeth and was now "7" he deserved something special…..
(no coffee was added… I can barely handle him when he isn't on caffeine)
If you want to go even more hardcore and make a whipped cream topping, you can keep a can of coconut cream in the fridge and spoon out the cream part (leave the watery part for something else) and whip up with a beater/thermomix or old school with a hand beater.. It makes it look pretty cool, however my 7 year old is not a fan of coconut cream.
Happy Saturday everyone!!
Here is a link to the article