I use a sieve for just about every recipe I prepare, whether I’m rinsing frozen fruit for a smoothie or rice for a stir-fry, and I found the best one for all of my daily jobs.
Not only is it priced just right (hello FIVE dollars!), it rinses everything from vegetables to quinoa without a single lost seed.
My blog pal Laura from Petite Allergy Treats has a great post you should check out!
From Snickers and candy cups to Peppermint Patties and marshmallows, these treats are all healthy, allergy-friendly, and delicious! Check out the round-up here.
I am the queen of amateur skin care and trying new products.
When I was younger, I used to pay $100-200 a month to get microdermabrasion treatments for acne, and I really loved the results! Now, however, I am always looking for more frugal ways to care for my skin, while still trying to obtain the same results of the expensive methods.
I began researching microdermabrasion equipment and at-home scrubs and found that most required the use of an aluminum-based substance, which I did not like.
This one, however, employs finely ground dead sea salts, which are high in minerals and nourishing for the skin.
I have a skin type that needs constant exfoliation to look decent, so products like this are so awesome for me, as they slough off the top dry, dull layer of skin, brightening my complexion in the process.
Mixed with a bit of olive oil, this is also very moisturizing!
4. Halloween Ghost Craft
Halloween is rapidly approaching, and if you’re like me, you want scary paraphernalia everywhere!
This cool glow in the dark ghost requires only a handful of materials, is easy to put together, and will make your kids scream with glee!
5. Chickpea Flour Chocolate Chip Cookie Video
Remember these delights?
I love them so much, I created a video showing you exactly how to make them. I hope you enjoy it!
What new thing have you discovered lately?