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Nutella Cake in 2 minutes

Hey, so it’s been a while since I posted. I’ve been so busy with school, and it’s the time of the year when most bloggers just quit posting or take a break, but I don’t want to do that, because I made a commitment, and I love blogging, and I know if you take breaks or shortcuts, it’s much harder to get back up. On a completely unrelated- but still very important note- it’s raining. It’s raining so hard, but the sound is so… relaxing. I’m sitting at my desk by the window, experiencing the soft cold wind, the beautiful rain smell, and the relaxing sound.

Anyways, so today I wanted to whip up a quick desert, and there’s this recipe I found that I wanted to try out, but I couldn’t at that time because one of the main ingredients was missing. Today I bought that main ingredient- nutella. So are you ready for something that’s basically going to be your breakfast/lunch/dinner from now on? You’re going to love it so much. So. Much. So much, that senpai will notice it. Senpai won’t notice YOU, but they will most definitely notice recipe. Sorry, but that’s just how it works. Okay? Okay.

Now you probably know the many, many, many, many, many ways you can enjoy Nutella. On a cracker, in a sandwich- or even just with a spoon. But think of something greater. Something that can change history. NUTELLA CAKE. In 2 minutes. Yes. Are you ready? Okay-



4 tablespoons self-rising flour

4 tablespoons sugar

1 egg

3 tablespoons cocoa powder

3 tablespoons Nutella

3 tablespoons milk

3 tablespoons vegetable oil


  1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl.
  2. Pour ingredients in the largest mug you own.
  3. Microwave on high for 2-3 minutes (Depends on what microwave you have)
  4. When it’s finished and has cooled down a bit, add an extra dump of nutella on it, and then whipped cream.

Tell me if you try it out!

Enjoy this delicious and quick dessert!

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🎁Holiday DIY Gift Guide🎁

Hey! Ever need a last-minute gift? Here are some easy and creative DIY Gift ideas! Christmas is just 5 days away, and let’s face it, there’s always that Christmas where you need to find a gift for a very complicated person, and you don’t have the time or whatever, but guess what? I’m going to be showing you some really cool ideas, some very simple DIY’s for your friend, your mom, or whoever  you’d like. 🙂 It’s perfect for this time of year, and these cute gift ideas can be used for anytime for year, like for a friend’s birthday, or any occasion, or person you would need a fun, personalized and cute gift! This is way more personal, and just as artsy!

Sharpie Mug🎁
I literally just found this online, whoa it’s like amazing. Seriously.
     All you need is a plain mug, and a few colorful oil-based sharpie markers in hand.You really could customize it however you’d like but I’m digging the idea of using stickers and then using your pen around them. Once you pull them off it looks really impressive. And if you make a mistake, chill. Just use a little rubbing alcohol, and it’ll wipe the sharpie right off. Plus, if you want the sharpie to be permanent use one of those oven things which I’ve forgotten the name of. I know it starts with K. Right?
 Homemade Luxurious Soap🎁
Had I known you can make these in a mini-muffin pan, I would have made them a long, long time ago! This is perfect for your luxurious bath, like, seriously, these are freaking amazing. If you like working in the kitchen, this might be the perfect gift idea for you. Literally just use soap powder. Once they’re finished, package them up in mason jars with a pretty ribbon.
35 Easy DIY Gift Ideas People Actually Want -- easy bath bombs using a muffin pan!
DIY Glitter Cup🎁
Wondering how in the world she did that? It’s a double-walled cup! Don’t worry, you won’t be drinking the glitter. Starbucks sells them, but you can also find them at most department and home stores.You can even do this with photos. It’s simple, really.
35 Easy DIY Gift Ideas That Everyone Will Love -- DIY glitter cup! So fun and easy.
DIY Glow Letters🎁


This is seriously AMAZING, and you don’t even need to go buy expensive couture furniture, which could be, what, 40, 50 bucks? Instead, here’s this original, easy, artsy AND idea, homemade and therefore, much more special. Basically, you can purchase these cheap plain letters at Target or your local thrift-shop. Next, make holes into your letter (your letter should be cardboard) and then stick in Christmas lights, which are everywhere this time of year, and voila. You can even buy them and arrange them to spell your name! It’s easy, cute, and personalized!

Glow-In-the-Dark Jar🎁




Super easy and cute!

Super easy and cute!

Now for some delicious recipes!🎁

Peppermint Hot Chocolate🎁

This is pretty much the only drink, or any food you will need the recipe to during this lovely time for year.


    • 1/3 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
    • 1 quart milk
    • 1/2 cup semisweet chocolate chips (3 ounces)
    • 7 peppermint sticks; 3 crushed (1/4 cup), 4 left whole
    • pinch of salt


    1. After placing cocoa in medium saucepan, whisk in milk until the cocoa dissolves
    2. . Add chocolate chips and crushed peppermint; simmer over medium heat, stirring occasionally, until chocolate and peppermint have melted, 8 to 10 minutes.
    3. Bring to a boil and immediately remove from heat. Add salt. Ladle into mugs; serve each with a peppermint stick.

    OPTIONAL: Toppings!

    1. Crush peppermint pieces, and decorate.

    2. Whipped cream.

    3. Chocolate Shavings.

    *For decoration, it’s very festive and cute to place a peppermint stick inside the cup at the end for decoration.

    Melted Snowman Cookie🎁


  • A sugar cookie, plain cookie, or digestive cookie. Any type.
  • Lots of frosting. (Preferably white, red, green and other festive colors. Colors a snowman wears?)
  • Marshmallows


  • Place some frosting on the cookie, and place one marshmallow on it, so it looks like the snow mans head.
  • Using some colored frosting, draw on a nose, melted buttons, a scarf, etc!
  • Enjoy!

Here you go, and remember all of these CAN be used for any other holiday, and occasion, and remember, have fun with it! Merry Christmas!🎁🎁🎁

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Chef Shadow- How to Make a Healthy Mixed Berries Smoothie

Aloha, everyone! Who doesn’t miss the taste of a delicious, berry smoothie? There are two cons about them. Fresh berries (black berries, blue berries, raspberries) are not always in season, and smoothies are often very fatty. In this post, I’m going to be showing you how to make a ‘Healthy Mixed Berries Smoothie’. It’s guilt-free, and absolutely delicious!


  • Cold Water
  • Ice Cubes
  • 1 1/2 cup frozen mixed berries


It’s really easy! Just combine all of the ingredients in a blender and puree until smooth.


  • You can add some honey for a small taste, but NO sugar
  • I did this, and so can you: Add one or two banana’s into the mix
  • The good thing about frozen mixed berries is that you know that they won’t be as sour and unripe and sour as berries that are overpriced if not in season.

That’s all for today! Enjoy your healthy, simple, quick and delicious smoothie! Try it out! ❤

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Cooking with Chef Shadow- Strawberry Cheesecake

I just got 50 likes! This is a huge milestone for me, and I want to thank all my viewers!! Tysm!! ❤

Do you like cheesecake? Well, here’s the ULTIMATE Homemade Recipe for Cheesecake! Mix the filling ingredients, pour over crust and bake. No fancy water baths are needed!

I’m very lazy…I like to use mixes to bake. Today I used Betty Crocker Mix, because I’m very classic. 😛

Now, before I start, here’s what the back of the box looks like:

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Prep Time:
30 min
Total Time:
6 hr 45 min


  • 90 g Melted butter (Notice it says MELTED not Softened. If you use softened, it will be mixed in chunks. You need to let it dissolve.) About 6.3 tablespoons.
  • 400 ml milk (I recommend cold milk) About 1 3/4 cups.
  • Whisk (Can be electronic)
  • Wooden Spoon/Table Spoon for mixing butter and biscuit crumbs
  • One small and one large bowl
  • One baking dish (Note that this dessert does not need baking, though, so you CAN use a non-baking dish)



1. Mix the melted butter with the biscuit crumbs using a wooden spoon or table spoon. Don’t use an electric mix, as we want to keep the biscuity texture.)

Ultimate Cheesecake

 2. Spread the mix on your dish. Cool for 15 mins in the refrigerator.

3. Mix 400 ml cold milk with the pudding mix.

4. Spread on the biscuit mix.

5. Chill in refrigerator for at least 2 hours.

6. Spread topping. (Strawberry/Blueberry)

Enjoy your cheesecake!

Biscuit: Graham Crackers (Crushed)

Credit Source: http://www.bettercrocker.com