Today, I want to share another one of my DIY natural body care recipes, because it’s that time of year again.
It is fall, and that means it is time to slow down, drink herbal tea and soak up in the bathtub to some relaxing tunes and soft candlelight ♥
If you are like me, you always keep a stash of your favorite comfort foods in your kitchen cabinet.
Luckily, overtime my comfort foods have also turned into my healthy indulgences. When look in my kitchen pantry today, instead of twizzlers (yes, I have always had a weakness for twizzlers!) and reese’s peanut butter cups, you will find homemade chocolate, oatmeal cookies and my all-time favorite snack, freshly-baked granola ♥
I love this time of year — the chill, crisp air, beautiful, bright colors and seasonal root veggies which I am a huge fan of ♥
If you’ve followed my blog for awhile, you know that I like to eat. I don’t believe in diets and my favorite foods always involve chocolate of some sort. I never stop searching for healthy ways to enjoy my favorite sweets and for ways to create yummy recipes I can share with y’all.
The days are getting shorter and the air is filled with cool freshness. It is time to pull out the fuzzy sweaters and flannel pajama bottoms and curl up on the couch with a cup of hot tea.
I love fall; it is my favorite season ♥ The sweet scent of apple pie and cinnamon is all around, and nature’s colors are simply spectacular. Everyone is in a good mood too, because the holidays are just around the corner.
I do realize that ice-cream season is sort of over with the weather now getting a bit nippy. However, you can always find an occasion to enjoy a decadent frozen treat, even in the middle of winter, especially if it’s as yummy as this one!
Speaking of winter, this recipe will make a very fun and delicious holiday treat if you are looking for new ideas to surprise your friends and family ♥