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Easy Danish Christmas Eve Rice Porridge (Risengrød) Recipe

For Christmas Eve dinner, families in Denmark start the meal by giving everyone at the table a small bowl of warm porridge topped with a mixture of cinnamon and sugar and a pat of butter on top called Risengrød (pronounced risen-groo with a hint of a d sound at the end.)  One lucky person at the table will find a whole almond in the bottom of their empty bowl and will win the almond gift – usually candy, marzipan, or other small treat.   Save this recipe to your Pinterest Boards for later! Share it with your friends!

I Learned an Important Lesson at Whole Foods Today

Oh Whole Foods you are a blessing and a curse.

Love it or hate it, Whole Foods is a good place to shop if you have a food allergy since they seem to carry every variation of traditional foods you are allergic to or need a substitute for a nontraditional diet.

I don't shop there often b but I will shop there on occasion because there are a few things we use  I can only get at Whole Foods. 




When I learned a new shopping area was going to include a Whole Foods, every time I drove past it I  silently urged them to 'build faster'.


Recently the store opened. I haven't had a chance to check it out. I asked Husband if he needed anything while I headed out the door to my morning Piyo class.  Were running low on his cow's milk and completely out of banans.

What a good excuse to go to Whole Food! Grab my two things, check some prices on  some bulk bin items, wander the store a bit, and zip home, right?

I learned something today.

It isn't a good idea to go to a store that sells food after Piyo class.



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Oops.

Planks, crunches, and ab work make me hungry for anything that isn't nailed down. I had to stop myself from face planting into a bag of chips in the store. Hippy chips but still.

 I to the store for just milk and bananas remember?

 I knew this was going to happen.
 


At least I now know it happened sooner rather than later.


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