Prepare your mouths for one of the greatest food combinations ever created. While perusing through The Vulgar Chef's amazing collection of recipes, we came across the most sumptuous looking cheesecake we've ever seen.
But this isn't your regular old boring cheesecake, this model of perfection has been combined with Oreos and ... (wait for it) red velvet cake.
The Vulgar chef has given the middle finger to graham cracker crusts and instead has found a way to make a solid cheesecake crust made entirely of Red Velvet Oreos and butter. He then covered it with a classic cheesecake filling and topped it off with even more crumbled Oreos.
Here's a list of the ingredients you'll need to make your own Red Velvet Oreo Cheesecake:
2, 8oz cream cheese packs (room temp)
3/4 cup sugar
16 oz sour cream
4 packages red velvet Oreo’s (10 oz packeges)
1 stick melted butter
Start with the crust - grab a freezer bag, throw in your Oreos and start crushing
Melt a stick of butter and pour it into the bag, mix everything together and use a pie pan to shape the crust. Bake for 40 minutes at a temperature of 325. Take it out and let it cool for a half hour then stick it in the fridge and voila, you got yourself a red velvet Oreo pie crust.
While the Crust is baking, start working on your filling. Mix the sour cream and the cream cheese together and once it's smooth, slowly start adding sugar. Then add the eggs one at a time and keep stirring. Pour the mixture into the pie crust, crumble Oreos on top and you're done!
Whether you've made it through another work week, aced an exam, or managed to cook every meal at home this week, it's important to remember to take a moment to savour the little things.
The good news is, whenever you feel like life has picked up speed and you need to find time to focus on you, there are plenty of simple things you can do to hit "do not disturb" on life and take a much-needed breather.
From indulging in your favourite dessert to curling up with your go-to Netflix show, the opportunities are almost endless. There are no limits to self-care and it really depends on what makes you happy. If you're unsure of where to start, try these six ways to chill out and cater to your well-being. Think of it as a nice little recharge!
Get Lost In A Good Book
First thing's first: reading on your phone doesn't count, so turn all devices off and dedicate some time to diving into a physical book that sparks your interest. Whether it's fantasy, self-help, poetry, or a classic romance novel, there are tons of genres you can discover and get lost in.
Besides, sometimes it's nice to escape your reality for a little while. It's like taking your mind on a vacation without actually going anywhere.
Dig Into Your Favourite Dessert
Is there anything better than taking time for yourself to sit on the couch, put your feet up and indulge in your favourite chocolaty dessert? You can make the moment even more enjoyable by making sure you're always stocked with treats like Deep'n Delicious Cakes, which come ready to eat right out of the freezer. It doesn't get much simpler than that.
Chocolate lovers looking to hit "do not disturb" on their day can satisfy their sweet cravings with a moist, rich cake topped with decadent icing. When it comes to convenient and luxurious ways to treat yourself, tucking into a Deep'n Delicious cake is highly underrated — especially when they come in delicious flavours like Cookies & Cream and Coconut Vanilla.
Have Some Fun With Game Night
Playing games is often underrated. There's a lot of fun — and several health benefits — to be had from making time for play in your life. Whether it's a game of Uno, an online co-op like Among Us, or some time alone with the latest Legend of Zelda release, getting time to play, problem solve and have a few laughs is invaluable.
The great thing about playing games is that it can be tailored to how social you're feeling. If you want time with friends, you can lay out some Settlers of Catan, and if you want to immerse yourself, you can have some one-on-one time with your favourite console.
Try Your Hand At Bullet Journaling
Activities that encourage you to stay in the present can do wonders for your mood. They don't have to be complicated either. Bullet journaling is a completely customizable way to sort through your ideas, make plans, or just share your thoughts. It can be really creative too!
You can be as minimalist or elaborate as you like, the important part is that you're taking a little moment to indulge in something that makes you feel good.
Life can get so crazy and busy that you don't even realize it's passing you by until suddenly it's been months since you've hung out with your best friends.
Spending time chilling out with your BFF, a glass of wine and a few slices of Deep'n Delicious Marble Cake, is a wonderful way to unwind. Everyone deserves some time with their best buds and a moment to indulge every once in a while — no occasion necessary.
Head Outside & Tune Into Nature
Nature is vast, and so are the opportunities to explore it. Try your hand at a few outdoor activities and discover what brings you the most joy. Some people love to go for a jog, others prefer a long scenic hike, and many enjoy a nice bike ride.
Not only does heading outside help you disconnect from the hustle and bustle, but it also gives you the opportunity to tune out the noise of everyday life and tune into yourself a little deeper.
Whether you like to get lost in a good book, unwind with your besties or dig into a slice of cake on the couch, there are endless opportunities to treat yourself. Whatever way you choose to hit "do not disturb" on life, remember that you don't need an excuse to take a moment every single day to do what makes you happy.
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Nevski's khachapuri, a Georgian cheese bread dish, is made with homemade dough and a mix of cheeses, topped with a runny egg yolk — and the restaurant's menu even teaches you how to eat it.
Its Moscow mule menu, four different takes on the classic drink — made with different spirits, ginger beer, fruit syrups and citrus — even offers mules by the pitcher for $29. There's also an extensive cocktail menu with 10 other Russian-themed options, and a few other pitcher options available for the same price.
Nevski also has a menu of dumplings stuffed with different meats, herbs and vegetables.
Though the menu also offers Russian-inspired desserts, you can also satisfy your sweet tooth with a boozy milkshake menu made with Russian ice cream, milk, Russian waffles, and vodka, Kahlua, whisky and Amaretto.
With so much alcohol on the menu, it's hard to choose your preferred drink — Nevski also offers a wide-range vodka menu, which you can enjoy with a side of bread and pickles in true Russian form, along with a wine and beer list.
Cuisine: Russian and former Soviet republics
Address: 1228, rue Stanley, Montreal, QC
Why You Need To Go: Eat and drink like a Russian, surrounded by artsy kitschy decor inspired by the streets of Saint Petersburg.
While his wife, Julie Petry, had posted that the bloodshot eyes were due to an "upper-body injury," she didn't tell curious Habs fans much more — other than saying it wasn't allergies, wasn't because he wasn't tired and wasn't the result of "a couple nights in Vegas."
He called it a "freak accident" that occurred when he put his hand on the arena's glass barrier to brace himself after skating over holes on the ice. He said his pinky finger went into the glass and his momentum pushed the rest of his body forward, breaking his finger.
"The eyes were all because when they were setting my finger back into place to put the cast on, I basically passed out and popped all the blood vessels in my eyes," Petry said.
By Friday's press conference, Petry's eyes were clear, appearing to have healed. But the haunting memory will live on — at least until the Canadiens' official store runs out of Petry "Red Eye" T-shirts.