When it comes to granola, personalization is everything. To satisfy all your wants, try making your own. Adjust the sweetness, add your spices, and just play around with it – it’s fun, trust me.
Start your New Year wearing something unique. Perhaps something that you’ve made? Within 10 minutes, you can sparkle your sweater up. All you need is a sweater, ribbon, clear thread, and a needle – that’s it!
When I think of Winter Wonderland, peppermint and candies comes to mind. It just so happens that peppermint patties are one of the easiest and homemade friendly candies to make. With just a few ingredients, you can make creamy, fresh and minty candies everyone can enjoy for the holidays!
Card making can be simple – yes, believe it or not, it can! Within minutes, you can achieve a Papyrus worthy card (with a more personal touch) just by following this simple dot technique – it’s simple enough for kids too. Plus, it looks expensive, festive, and creative. Even better, all you need is a pencil with an eraser, ink, pen and paper! This is truly holiday card making made easy 🙂
Are you a coffee drinker? If you are, you probably throw away cups of previously brewed coffee grinds each day. But whether you’re a coffee drinker or not, you can use coffee grinds to make your own three ingredient coffee body scrub that softens your skin!
There’s no need to spend money on $50 scrubs if you can make it at home in minutes, and with no complicated ingredients. All you need are coffee grinds, some honey, and oil of your choice (I use argan oil). My mom, who has thick and dry skin, uses this after doing the laundry, and says that it is extremely good at getting rid of dead skin. In fact, it’s so good that my brother found it odd that her hands were that soft!
These past two weeks have been quite packed for me, and I needed a basic, no-fuss breakfast – that’s preferably seasonal too! Cinnamon spice overnight oats is as simple as it gets, even more than cereal and milk; all you have to do is mix and refrigerate, and you have yourself breakfast for the next 5 days. And before you discard this recipe because you think it’ll be mushy, I can assure you that with steel-cut oats, it keeps its hearty qualities. With just a three ingredient base, you can add anything you want – peanut butter, vanilla, pumpkin puree – the options are endless. Plus, you don’t need an exact recipe 🙂
Perhaps one of the best food related things about Fall is the beverages: the coffee cups warming your hands on your way to work, the pumpkin spiced latte on your break, the list goes on. Sometimes, instead of entering out in the cold to get your fix of these beverages, make it at home and make it better health and taste wise! All you need is a coffee creamer base to transform it into your favorite beverage.
Superfood and candy – now that sounds like an oxymoron. Enter peanut butter cup chia pudding, the perfect way to satisfy your candy cravings, while taking in some superfood benefits!
If you were to guess the ingredients that were in almond milk, you’d probably think just almonds and water. But if you take a look at the carton of almond milk in your refrigerator, chances are, it has a bunch of ingredients. That’s why you should make your own homemade raw almond milk! You won’t believe how easy and delicious it is! But first, let’s take a look at a popular almond milk pick, Silk’s Original Unsweetened Almond Milk:
Ingredients: Almondmilk (Filtered Water, Almonds), Sea Salt, Locust Bean Gum, Sunflower Lecithin, Gellan Gum, Natural Flavor.
Although none of their ingredients are considered unsafe by the FDA, (but what even is natural flavor?) why do you need to have more ingredients in your food than you have to? The truth is, you don’t; just keep it clean and simple, and make your own!
Miss the summer? I think it’s safe to say that we all do, especially when you’re working hard at your desk underneath fluorescent lights. Most of your year takes place in that type of room, so it’s quite nice to look at a little souvenir from your sunlit vacation. While you still may have the time, put aside 10 minutes to make a DIY paperweight with your collected memories!