Hi healthy bunnies! Well, as you already know– it’s pumpkin season! I love this simple and delicious dip because it takes only a few moments to make and you can dip veggies or graham crackers into it. Perfect for kids or for any holiday party.
Hey there healthy bunnies! The holiday season is in full effect and that means lots of pumpkin as well as other delicious sweet treats. If you need ideas for a company potlocks, holiday parties, or treats to bring your friends and loved ones, I’ve got something delicious to share with you.
I recently did a collaboration with my favorite YouTube bakers: SimplyBakings, KawaiiSweetworld, Iheartrecipes, and LovelyLadyCakes.
We all came up with unique dessert ideas that you can use for Halloween and boy are they yummy ideas!
My contribution it was the cream cheese pumpkin dip which can make great appetizer. My favorite things to do carrots, celery, and graham crackers!
I want to say something about health and beauty. Don’t let anyone make you feel superficial for caring about either one. You are entitled to feel comfortable in your own skin and I don’t think you should stop until you get there. It takes a lot of time and even more patience, but it will come.
You’ll have to find out what works and that means finding out what doesn’t work. You’ll get compliments and you also get judgments. Take me for example: I spent most of my life hating my hair and it’s only been the past couple of years that I’ve really grown to love it and what do you know – – in my loving it it has bloomed and so have I. I think that’s a lesson for me in other areas in my life. I hope its a lesson for you, too.
I’ve attached a few videos related to reaching optimal health and things for healthy hair.
Fettunta is of my favorite things to serve as a part of heavy appetizer or to go alongside a yummy stew during the wintertime. If you haven’t heard of fettunta, it is Italian version of garlic bread. It’s full of flavor, and you toast it until it’s crisp around the edges but still soft in the center.
You will need:
*The bread you see in the video is a bit of a unique color because I used kalamata olive ciabatta.
1. Slice garlic bread into 3/4 inch slices and place on baking sheet.
2. Drizzle or brush with olive oil.
3. Cook on broil setting for approximately 5 minutes, being sure not to burn or over toast bread.
4. Remove and rub with with a clove of garlic or the entire bulb with the cloves exposed. The flavor is best if this part is done when the bread is still pretty warm.
I’ve made a video making this yummy and easy bread as well:
Mason jars are still all the rave, and I love that this cookie company has used them in a fun and cute way! The Mason Jar Cookie Company sells mason jars filled with all the ingredients to make delicious cookies, and all you need to add is a few additional ingredients like eggs or butter. I made a video of my review, baking, and tasting the cookies. Absolutely scrumptious! They were nice enough to offer a free jar with cookie batter to one lucky subscriber! Check it out and enter! Good luck!
I’m currently in London having a complete blast! I will be posting a series of vlogs sharing what I ate, where I went and who I met. It’s been so much fun and I cannot wait until my next adventure! Here’s the first! Make sure you watch till the very end so you can see the extraordinary dining experience I had at Inamo, a fusion style Japanese restaurant that uses very forward thinking technology. My only complaint about this place was that they did not allow us to take food home! Rather odd since the portions were large! Anyway, enjoy!
As you know, I’m currently in the UK visiting lovely friends, eating, walking, seeing the sites, and getting some much needed R&R. With all of that, I still have time to both vlog and blog and I’m happy to share it with you! Here’s the first of a series of 3 videos. This is my essential list of travel items for smooth sailing on the ocean of— yeah…let’s stop there with the corny analogies, shall we? Have a look at the video and feel free to share with me some of your essential items when you are going on holiday!