I love, love listening to podcasts. I do so many menial chores around the house every day that are made so much more enriching with a good podcast. When I vaccuum, I put on my hot pink beats and totally zone out. One of my favorites is Dave Asprey’s bulletproof podcast. The guy is a mad genius. I love it. One thing he really emphasizes on the show, and it’s 100% backed by research findings, is the sheer power of positive thinking.
I thought about that today as I had to go in to work with hair that still makes me sad 😦 The ladies I saw at the second salon were able to help, but still…my hair is canary YELLOW. It’s not cute. I tried lots of tricks at home to tone it down. De nada. I even slept with my hair soaked in coconut oil and cocoa powder. All it did was make my hair crunchy. I washed it out and voila! Bright yellow.
I pulled it back and decided that I was just going to have to rock it with confidence. There was nothing to be done and I’m not about to call out of work on account of embarrassing hair.
So I did, and I survived. I decided I’m just going to scrap the whole thing and dye my hair an auburn color to cover up this horrific misdeed. Especially after being told, multiple times, that it didn’t look that bad. Not exactly a look I want!
I did comfort myself with a delicious piece of keto cheesecake for breakfast and that made it all ok for about five minutes! This was so good, guys. This cheesecake, in itself, is worth converting to keto…if you haven’t already! 😉
I found the original recipe at fat for weight loss. Not only was it delicious, but a small (ok, generous, I had another “sliver” after this piece!) kept me full for hours.
The only things I changed was the crust and the cook time. I don’t have shredded coconut so I added much more almond flour. Like 1 1/2 cups. He recommended a cook time of 45 minutes but at that point it was more hot, oozing custard than cake. It needed another 15 minutes at a higher temp. of 345 degrees F.
I’ve never made cheesecake before and I had the impression that it would be hard, but this was really pretty simple. The hardest part is waiting for it to cool before digging in!