The Best Things in Life are Free...except chocolate and Hello Kitty!
Some things in life like chocolate and Hello Kitty are worth the price tag, don’t you think? Seriously, after a visit today to the Japanese American National Museum, I am in awe of how the universe rewards those who strive to bring goodness into our world. (Apak - Aaron and Ayumi Piland - by the way, are the inspired artists behind the above Inner Kitty.)
Shintaro Tsuji, the man responsible for the worldwide explosion of Hello Kitty, drew me to his photo with his kind smile. His expression was one of sweet contentment. (Of course, life would be wonderful as a billionaire!) Research revealed a man who has overcome spirit-breaking experiences. (Just a few examples: Tsuji-san lost his mother at age 10 to leukemia. Tsuji-san was bullied by his remaining relatives. He witnessed the suicide of his commanding officer upon Japan's surrender in 1945.) Instead of growing cynical and embittered, Shintaro Tsuji dedicated himself to delivering happiness and comfort.
Hello Kitty Transcendence by Martin Hsu
Taking my cue from the man who set out to make the world smile with Hello Kitty, I'm including crowd-pleasing chocolate in my 5-ingredients or less recipe challenge for tonight's Sunday Supper dessert. (Scroll down to see your invite to this weekly dinner party on Twitter.)
Chocolate cookies dancing with melted toffee bits .
My 5-Ingredients Chocolate Toffee Cookies are revolutionary wonders. The taste is distinctly homemade with love goodness...guaranteed to bring grins to friends and family. AND the compliments as well as the quick and easy recipe are sure to make you smile!
Last minute demands for a bake sale or school party cookies?
5-Ingredient Chocolate Toffee Cookies will reveal the true superhero you!
High-quality chocolate cake mix serves as the foundation. Espresso, coconut oil and toffee bits further enhance the cookies.
Small gifts like chocolate toffee cookies and Hello Kitty
do wonders to make any day special.