(Hi guys, sorry for my delay in posting new recipes this month. I have been out my element for a while now, but I promise I’ll be posting some very appetizing recipes shortly after this post. Actually, this post should have been up last week Friday,Im now back to eating solid meals:)But I still wanted to share it anyway, after all, no one’s hard work should go to waste;)
Hi guys, its dinner time.What are you having for dinner tonight? I’m having cerelac (yay)…the number 1 infant cereal!!!!! So I have had my Cerelac and Nutrend wheat cereals hiding in my kitchen cupboard for a while.
I’m not ashamed to say that I still take cerelac,Yes o, call me an agbaya (Nigerian slang for an adult acting like a child),lol, but I’ll agree to this one. So, today I have a legitimate reason to take my cerelac, lol.I had my wisdom tooth taken out so I can only have liquids or semi-solid foods for now.I hope my future baby doesn’t form for me when I feed him/her, because Ill gladly help myself to his/her bowl of Cerelac. lol. If you have never had a tooth extraction before,then consider yourself lucky.The pain after the anaesthesia wears off is something else.Thank God for my very experienced dentist and pain relievers like Ibruprofen. If you do have one in the future; you will be advised to take only liquids or semi-solid foods for a day or two. My number one meal suggestion would be… Cerelac, of course!!!Lol. Don’t mind me. If you are not a baby lala like me, then you could make yourself fruit and.or vegetable smoothies. They are healthy and will be safe for you to swallow without worrying about pain. Here are some smoothie recipes on the blog: they all have bananas in them:
- Strawberry-Apple smoothie
- Pineapple-Tangerine smoothie
- Watermelon-Apple smoothie
- Coconut- Pineapple smoothie
Have a goodnight everyone, and look out for more appetizing recipes.