When I was a child,we had dessert far more often that I ever have done as an adult!!! If I want something sweet,I usually do not need for it to be had as a dessert after a meal! I will just enjoy it when I feel like doing so!!
I will often have a cheese and crackers platter late at night as I sit at the computer after the children are in bed. We have dinner quite early - well before 6pm - so I am usually hungry again by 9pm. And it's just nice to enjoy eating without anyone throwing food at me!!
Luckily I have never been a real sweet tooth, however I can and do enjoy a small amount ie when I am out or on special occasions, Xmas Birthdays. It seems sooo indulgent and I put on weight just looking at cake!
I don't do it often but sometimes have dessert for dinner! LOL and YUM! Don't have enough room for both so one has to give way… I have dessert when dining out because they look so delicious and don't make it at home often.
Rarely. But at moment have a 'thing' for SS Puddings, especially if I've cooked a meal in the Oven, & it's still hot, like to 'use up' the heat & cook a pud!
Well, that's my excuse anyway, plus the cold nights help!
Just serve with Cream. Gives me two nights worth of Dessert!
As weather warms, do like room temp Strawberries, with Glucodin. Love it on Pawpaw, Rockmelon, Dew Melon as well.
We rarely have desserts. Usually we only have them if we have guests. I always have dessert when we eat out, if I can fit it in. I will have a couple of squares of chocolate after dinner with a cuppa and that is my dessert
We’ve all heard the old saying, 'Life is short.Eat Dessert First.’ At home we just have 1/2 a piece of Lindt chocolate each, & we have a small ice-cream,(from those Aldi packets of 10 with the 4 yummy flavours), but I only serve these if it’s someone's birthday. 2 nights ago, we had 1 for the Queen's 90th!! Any excuse! We usually have dessert in a restaurant, if we can fit it in, but that’s only 3 or 4 times a year
No, we just have ice-cream from the freezer if it's a family members birthday or public holiday. We have 55 grams a serving, because I weigh it out on my kitchen scales, as I don't want to have more ice-cream than my husband has.