Nope. We very rarely have dessert.
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03-07-2014 12:39 #31Senior Member
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03-07-2014 12:44 #32
Meeee! It was I who mentioned it df and i argue about it every night!
Because its winter we have a small serve of choc pudding and vanilla ice cream (like a brownie in a mug recipe, but my own adaptation for two!)
We also like specialty ice creams, chocolates etc. it stops him from drinking and is the highlight of my days lol.
To put it in perspective, I grew up on a farm. Dessert was the norm. If there wasn't pudding going it was canned fruit and yoghurt, custard or cereal etc.
And I don't have it on the nights df isn't home, because it feels weird without him. (We always wait til the kids are in bed!)
03-07-2014 12:45 #33
Maybe one week out of the month i'll buy a box of paddlepops for dh and the kids.
But im prob not gonna do it again because ds#2 has just started refusing dinner as soon as i serve and asks for an ice cream and then has a giant meltdown when i say not until you've finished dinner. (I got some as a treat cause its school holidays)
So if its not here then theres no arguing about it
03-07-2014 12:46 #34
I never eat dessert but for some strange reason, I love cooking desserts
I have a baked lemon tart on the go right now
03-07-2014 12:46 #35
Not exactly. DP and I have coffee or tea every evening, usually with something sweet (fruit, chocolate, yoghurt...depends what we have). We generally have it while we watch something, sitting in the lounge or office. Somehow, that doesn't seem like dessert to me. In my mind, dessert is something like icecream/cake/fruit salad that you sit at the table and eat.
DD doesn't have dessert.
03-07-2014 12:46 #36
... And now I feel odd because I seriously thought dessert was a norm
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03-07-2014 12:52 #37
Nope. Only for special occasions. My kids don't eat enough dinner so if they're hungry later they get fruit.
My mother didn't serve dessert either when we were growing up.
03-07-2014 13:35 #38
03-07-2014 14:35 #39
Every night we have something after dinner and it's either fruit or yoghurt.
Weekend nights, the kids get ice cream. DH and I will have something sweet too, a decadent ice cream or some good quality chocolate.
I will always choose dessert when dining out. I'd rather go without an entree.
I love dessert, especially now that I'm pregnant
03-07-2014 14:39 #40
Can't remember the last dessert I had I think possibly not at all this year unless maybe birthday cake but even then I think I declined.
I would like apple pie though it's been on my mind for months but full homemade style.
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