Even slim, sophisticated Jennifer Aniston has her indulgences during the holidays. And one of those cheat-on-my-diet delights is something that she makes herself: Rice Krispies treats, reported Us Weekly on Dec. 9.
And she also admitted that she hasn't always been the self-confident member of the "Friends" actors and actresses.
Jennifer calls her 30s her "awkward phase," explaining "I'm a little bit of a late bloomer!"
But life gets better as you get older in Jennifer's view.
"I'm more in my body; I'm more in my mind. Life is full. Life is wonderful. We're very, very fortunate," she asserted.
Helping Jennifer to be more comfortable with her body is her diet and yoga guru, Mandy Ingber, author of "Yogalosophy: 28 Days to the Ultimate Mind-Body Makeover." One of Mandy's favorite quotes sums it up: "Having the body you want begins with loving the body you have."
And that also means occasionally indulging. Jennifer normally follows the Zone diet, according to WebMD. This plan requires estimating the right ratio of carbohydrates to proteins and fats. Learn more about the Zone diet by clicking here.
However, she told Parade magazine on Dec. 9 that she treats herself for the holidays.
"There's usually three different kinds of chili at the tree-trimming party," Jennifer announced. "There's a vegetarian chili, a turkey chili and a good ol' beef chili."
And Jennifer heads to the kitchen to make her favorite indulgences.
"I do make some Rice Krispies treats and hot chocolate. My best hostess tip is to have good food and really good music! We usually put on the Charlie Brown Christmas album. That’s my favorite. And then we'll go to Bing Crosby and stuff like that -- old school -- Frank Sinatra," she said.