The Hygge Series is making me realise the extent of FOMO suffering most people have. Last week I had a conversation with a friend who told me how shocked she was when friends posted messages about hoping 2019 would be better than their disastrous 2018 – because she always saw such positive, happy and fun posts through the year from their pages – so much that it pricked her curiosity. Social media has always been the source of a lot of assumptions. I definitely don’t post pictures of bad days when I am angry, frustrated, annoyed, PMSing or facing delays with work. You only see how much food I eat, where I travel, the occasional date and social nights… does that mean I am happy 24/7? No way. I am human. And so is everyone else. The art of peacefully being on social media is to be able to admire other people without rallying up your own thoughts and beliefs – and know that we all go through ups and downs because life is just that!
Now, back to Kitchen Therapy: every product of mine is multi-purpose – I believe you must have freedom to play with anything you invest in and make life so much easier. The Chai Masala under The Nurture Range is one such example. Of course, stir in a pinch or two into your warm masala tea or hot milk… but there is so much more you can do!
This adaptation of the cinnamon rolls is with the addition of a lot of the Chai Masala – in the dough as well as the filling. This spice blend adds a bit of spiciness from the pepper and I like to have them as is – sans any icing. However, if you wish do go ahead with a drizzle of sugar vanilla glaze, or for a decadent touch – a cream cheese frosting.