What’s on My List?

Here are a couple of recipes I’ve come across that are on my list of things to make in the upcoming weeks. they all seem pretty quick and simple.  Try them before me and let me know how they turn out!

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I’ll be making these banana oat muffins to bring to work this week! Check them out here.

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These look like a really easy snack! Check them out here

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Definitely trying this out this weekend! Click here for the recipe.

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Haven’t gotten around to trying this whole kale fad yet but I plan to get on board soon. Check out this single skillet black bean, sweet potato and kale dish from Goop here.

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Here’s a recipe for an avocado, shrimp, rice and cilantro dish. I think I’ll try replacing the rice for Quinoa. Check it out here.

Which will you try?

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DIY Perfect Skin

This may not be a recipe persé but it does involve food! If you know me, you know I’m a pretty big fan of any product that’s all-natural, especially when it comes to skin care. I’m also a pretty big fan of caring for my skin with budget friendly solutions. So when I came across these DIY home facials I was eager to try.

Greek Yogurt Mask

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Most of you already have the ingredients for this facial in your fridge. All you need is Greek yogurt, a couple drops of olive oil and 1 tablespoon of honey. Mix it all together and leave it on your face for about 20-30 minutes. It’s supposed to help with discoloration, blemishes, fine wrinkles and all that good stuff.

Honey Mask

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Here’s another easy one. Warm up some honey and leave it on your face for 15 minutes. This one is especially good for those with dry skin. Just make sure the honey isn’t too hot.

Click here for more quick DIY facial ideas from Health magazine. Thinking of trying the avocado one next!