Creating a beautiful life one mini at a time..........

Friday, April 24, 2009

When you can't have something...the more you want it!



Well I'm trying to be good but I truely have chocolate on the brain. I made these little goodies today. I had fun making them but do I still need chocolate?.....Yes! I do so I have decided there is no way I can cut it out completely. Yesterday proved that with half a bag a m&ms. So.....it will be all about moderation. I will let myself have chocolate everyday just small amounts. I just can't give it up cold turkey. No way...... Anyway wishes for a Happy and Creative weekend. Mini hugs!

17 comments:

Mary said...

They turned out very nicely. I just had dinner...now I want some chocolate cake so badly!

MiniKat said...

I think the "chocolate on the brain" is spending faster than strange you tube videos. I've got it to! ;-)

Your desserts look fantastic!

Wish on a Whisker said...

I love your sweet treats! ~Mandy

moti said...

wowwww, lovely!!!!!, great job!!!!!!!
congratulations!!!!
Eli

Lena said...

It so nice everything You made! I just love that chocolatcake!
How do You make the wipped cream? Do You use liquid gel to mix with white clay?

Lena!

Debbie said...

Beautiful Cake Kim. I always say a little of what you fancy does you good.

rosanna said...

There must be moderation in anything we do. We ccannot cut out completely any food, chocolate stimulates endorphines which make us happier and help good slepping. A small piece every night cannot do any harm. Rejoice! BTW when I'm on diet I cook any kind of sweets and fatty foods and then I give them aways: the smell helps me ;o))

Joana said...

Kim, all I can think about is "death by chocolate" LOOL

It's perfect!!
I feel like diving into that cake and eat it all (too bad it's clay! LOL)

Your work is getting lovelier and lovelier!

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Stéphanie Kilgast said...

Kim, actually you need to hold on 3 days without any sweets. Then you won't need chocolate or anything sweet daily again.
And you need not to buy chocolate at the supermarket so nothing is at home to tempt you (when you go shopping eat something before so you're not craving for all the things you see)

It's more a question of time and discipline. When I became a student and had to buy food for myself, I never bought cookies or chocolate because these foods aren't useful and they're expensive. Well rapidly I didn't need them again. Now I can have some chocolate at home without getting mad because I need to eat it.
And believe me it's far better to live without any addiction :)

Besides, I love that mini choco cake ;)

Stéphanie Kilgast said...

aah I forgot, making mini chocolate cakes when you're craving for chocolate is a bad idea. Eat some fruit, that should help way more :D

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Great job and they look good enought to eat. I have not had solid food since Thursday - peridontal work. The good side is maybe I will loose a few pounds.
:-) Have a great day.
Glenda

Sassy Mini Dolls said...

Just wonderful!!!!! Life's too short! Enjoy the things you love, but in moderation :) Let them eat cake!!! :)) Hugs

Whittaker's Miniatures said...

Maybe you'll have to start making minature bowls of fruit and carrot sticks Kim, cos i sure as hell couldnt diet looking at that mouth watering cake! All that drizzled chocolate.. oozing creamy centre..hot chocolate fudge sauce..thats it, my diets blown too now!! Off to get a bag of M&M's, and start again Monday. So all I want to see on your blog from Monday is fruit and veg or Ill never be slim!!!!! lol Kate xx

Tiny Delights said...

Well..., now I need a piece of cake. And I´m on a diet... ;)
So real your chocolate cake, beautiful!!!
Ana

Never Enough Time said...

Kim, the bundt cake looks absolutely delicious! Yummmm.
I am impressed with the way you texture your baked goods.
Great job.

Roberta said...

Dear Kim, I'm in diet too and see your blog is a torture...To much cakes, to much of everythings...Congratulations, you make a great and perfect mini.
Roberta

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Yummy! Kim, I am just now seeing the link to your victorian doll house. Oh my goodness! i love it, and the detail is wonderful. Love the kitties on the aquarium. I will be back to look ar it some more. I have not worked on any of my mini things since back before the holidays.
Glenda