*1 banana, per person, peeled
*Brown sugar or maple syrup to taste
- Peel the banana and sprinkle with the brown sugar or maple syrup to taste
- Wrap the banana (not too tight), so there is some space on top of the banana for air
- Place on the grill and cook
I've been exploring a lot of natural options for body scrubs and face masks and have discovered some really easy and quick recipes that make so much sense I can't believe I haven't done any of these before. Hello. what could be better than employing mother nature to help beautify yourself?!...
She recommends "his & hers cocktails"– easy-to-make recipes that can be ordered at ANY bar or restaurant, or to make at home with just a few ingredients.
The Ruffino Sophisticate
5 oz. Ruffino Prosecco
Slice a small lemon rind and place in the glass.
Pour glass ¾ full of...
From easy-to-follow recipes to drool-worthy drinks porn, unusual ingredients to bizarre presentation ideas, the 'gram is a shining beacon of hope for those useless in all things bar-related.
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Now you can recreate the same soothing spa atmosphere and pamper yourself from head to toe with the luxurious, yet easy-to-follow recipes in The Herbal Home Spa. Virtually every page is packed with recipes for all-natural personal care products that are healthier, less expensive, and often...
Roasting the beets (rather than using canned) will take this recipe to another level. Here's an easy recipe that explains how to do so. Roasted beets taste awesome, but I think canned beets taste just fine and are worth it, since it makes this salad so easy to throw...
Tory Burch is known for color,fun and easy elegance. Her recipe for Salmon Spread shares these qualities as well! It has only a handful of ingredients, its easily served with crackers or pita chips and it will add a rosy pink pop of color to your table to boot! If you are thinking of throwing...
For the following recipes, simply combine all ingredients and chop up!
2.5 Cups of Chopped Romaine
1.5 Cups of Red Cabbage
1.5 Cups of Cucumbers
1.5 Cups of Tomatoes
1/2 Cup of Red Onions
1.5 Cups of Corn
16 Basil Leaves
What do you think of DIY beauty treatments? Do you have a particular recipe that's your favorite? What have you tried? Does DIY save you money? Make sure to leave a comment – can't wait to hear your DIY spa tips!
Posted on on March 22, 2011 / Filed Under: Beauty & Hair / Tags: Beauty, DIY
I was offered the opportunity to try the Kallo Very Low Salt Organic Chicken Stock (℅ Kallo) and that's what I've used in this recipe. As far as stocks go, this is one of my all-time favorites and now a staple in my larder. The low salt content means that not only is it potentially healthier...