Before we talk all things chocolate and Biscoff. I want to share this picture of the sweetest animal on the planet.
My husband is probably at his wits end with my animal collection. What can I say. I have a big heart. I love fuzzy things who cuddle.
I had one dog two cats. Then I added another dog... then a mama cat! The mama cat then had kittens. She had a litter of five only two survived. One of the two was born with front legs that just don't work. At first I thought he would grow out of it. As his brother started running around and playing, and he was not I knew something was wrong. I put a call in to our vet did some reading on his condition.... things did not look good. I then changed vets (I already was not happy with ours and how he has been dealing with my old pup Ollie.) The new vet was fabulous.
Where other vets would suggest amputation of at least his left paw... perhaps even both paws, or putting him to sleep. This vet said.... "Does this kitten know he is deformed? Does he look unhappy?" No. He is sweet at can be. Does not appear to be in pain. "He doesn't know he different, so he will adapt, and live a happy life." A weight was lifted off my shoulders. for days I was stressing over this little guy, I loved him so much already and could not imagine having to put a sweet little guy to sleep.
I told hubs I had to keep him. I can not imagine putting this guy up for adoption. He needs a special type of home where he can adapt and be loved. So what am I to do... I want to keep the mom and brother as well but know I can't have 5 cats! Because that's crossing that fuzzy line of crazy cat lady right???!!!
As much as it breaks my heart to give her to a new home mama cat has to go. I'm bring her to the vet getting her fixed her shots clean bill of health then my mom is adopting her. Good to know mama cat will be loved and take care of. Now I have his brother who is adorable. a big ball of white fluffy fur. And fat. SO FAT! He's about twice the size of my little cripple kitty. So NH peeps you know you want him right????? I would love someone I know to adopt him. So hit me up if you are looking for a fuzzy family member!
Want to know what else I love as much as little fur balls?
Fudge brownies AND Biscoff cookies.
I made these the other day for my husband's employees. I was a good girl only having a couple biscoff cookies and not even a crumb of the brownies. It was a small slip in my unprocessed diet plan. So worth it!
These are the perfect fudge brownie filled with Biscoff cookies. Topped with a chocolate ganache and then more Biscoff cookies.
Biscoff Cookie Fudge Brownies
1/2 cup of butter
4 oz semisweet chocolate
1/4 cup unsweetened coco powder
3/4 cups of sugar
1 tbs vanilla extract
2 tbs of Greek yogurt
1/4 cup all purpose flour
1/2 tsp salt
12 Biscoff Cookies
1 cup chocolate chips
1/4 cup heavy whipping cream
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
On your stove top over medium low heat melt your butter and bittersweet chocolate together. Set aside.
In a mixing bowl whisk eggs, and sugar together.
Mix in butter/chocolate mixture.
Mix in vanilla, sour cream, flour, coco powder and salt.
Crumble Biscoff cookies folding half of them into the brownie batter.
Pour into a parchment paper lined 8x8 or 9x9 baking dish.
Bake brownies for 20 minutes or until a tooth pick is inserted and comes out clean.
Set aside to cool completely.
To make the ganache, in a double boiler whisk chocolate chips and cream together until melted and smooth.
Spread over cooled brownies. Sprinkle with remaining cookies.
Cut into squares and enjoy!
Question of the day....
How many cats cross the line of crazy?
Also guess what the boys named cripple kitty..... BEANO. Like the gas meds!