Yesterday was my NY Day officially! Here’s our 2018 detox bowl with @wellpath , coconut yogurt, fresh fruit, berries and seeds. All mixed together in our 100% eco-friendly bowls!
These non toxic plates are not only free from leaking ANY toxins into your little ones food, they are made from sustainable bamboo, they are 100% natural and are biodegradable....which means they are good for the environment too! 🙌🍓🌎
And just like that it's Monday again! Lucas and I are enjoying our last Monday with just the 2 of us! Next week the big boys will be home for the holidays, and baby O won't be far off from arriving! So it's a morning on the deck enjoying our snacks in our new @missisobelboutique bamboo bowls. These bowls are amazing! Dish washer and toddler chucking safe!
Whether you’re providing store-bought peanuts and raisins or home-made chip ‘n dip, these round #bamboobowls are a must-have in any entertainer’s home.
Additional to their eco-friendliness and modern design, these bowls have a natural antibacterial property that makes them resistant to absorbing odours and limits the growth of bacteria.
Discover their sizes by visiting our product catalogue via the link in bio.
Perfectly sized bamboo snack bowls 🍉🍌🍇🍓absolutely no plastic or toxins and made from sustainable bamboo that is also biodegradable 🍃🌿
Great for bub's first foods, toddler snacks (and even mum and dad treats 😊) .
Beautifully packaged in eco-friendly presentation boxes they make great gifts too 🎁👌
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[image of a flat lay of four small round snack bowls containing assorted fruits arranged on a white backdrop among a scattering of strawberries, a slice of watermelon and some green leaves in the top corner.]
VEGAN STYLE ICE CREAM COOKIE SANDWICH🍦🍦🍦🍦🍦🍦 🍦🍦🍦🍦Part 2 of the secret share i posted about yesterday!!! seriously these are BOMB ASF👌
•(2) 8 oz. Packages of Pitted Dates
•2 Tablespoons of Water
•1/2 Tablespoon Coconut Oil/coconut butter (Optional) •3/4 Cup Coconut Sugar. •1 Teaspoon Vanilla. •1.5 Cup Or Rice Krispies (or oats) •1/4 Cup Coconut Shreds plus extra garnish
Remove Seeds and Chop dates until sticky and put them in a frying pan with water, coconut sugar and coconut oil. Cook down for 10 minutes stirring constantly to avoid burning on Medium-Low.
Once bubbling and paste like, turn off heat and stir in vanilla.
Let cool for a few minutes.
Stir in coconut shreds and rice Krispies
use wax paper or a little coconut oil for pan, sprinkle coconut shreds and then press cookie mixture into pan until flat and even. Sprinkle top with more coconut.
Once cooled, take a cup or cookie cutter and circles for the ice-cream sandwich. *Squares work too and make more!
Once you have your circles or squares and ready to serve scoop your favorite vegan ice-cream into the middle and close like a sandwich! Enjoy! You can make these a head of time and store in a container in the freezer if you would like! -----------------------》》》》》》》♡♡♡♡
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Day 133: As the alarm went off we were instantly filled with apprehension. What had we done? Why did we decide a jungle hammock was more appealing than a nice comfy bed? Headed off for an underwhelming breakfast before meeting up with Mr Chart and the other two members of our group, jumped into the 4by4 and headed out of the town and up into the hills. We were following quite a few minivans so we thought the tour would be more touristy than he lead on but about halfway up we hung a right onto a winding and bumpy dirt track all the way to remote hill tribe village and from there we didn't see another tourist for the next 2 days. We stopped by a locals house and their children took us to a small but nice waterfall in the village before returning to the house for some mango sticky rice for lunch. We also tested our foraging skills by going in search of elephant power (I think that's it's Latin name) to put into the rice whisky bottle. Steph gave it a very thorough wash before it went in but still the whisky turned brown pretty quickly. Like everything we were shown over the two days, herbal whiskey is apparently good for health 👍. After lunch we headed off into the forest with Mr Chart and his mate Japou, up and down the hills and along the stream until we reached our overnight stop, a clearing which was crucially near the stream and some banana leaves to build the shelter. Half way through the walk it fully dawned on Steph what it meant to be camping in the forest and she longed to take it all back but before she even had a chance to consider heading back we were gathering fire wood and building a bamboo shelter. A make shift fishing rod was constructed and we caught a few river fish for dinner, which looked awful so we stayed away from them. Our guides occasionally went off into the jungle with their enormous rifle in hand and shots could be heard but luckily I don't think they were successful as the chicken looked like chicken rather than snake or squirrel which we were warned was occasionally served up. We were served some fried pig intestines but I don't think they shot the pig because surely they would have served up some pork scratchings. (Continued)