It’s easy to go out a buy some different extracts at the store but this its not hard to make your own. It’s a nice thing to give away. The ingredients are easy to buy and you know what’s in these extracts and what’s not in them. Here are some recipes for Almond extract, Lemon Extract and homemade Vanilla. Just click the link below.
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Here is some cool pumpkins templates to try out this season. Kids are especially going to love them! From Hello Kitty to Mickey Mouse Your kids will find one they will like! Just click below.
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This is a easy and healthy food to add to your child’s lunch with a protein.I used my NutriBullet to blend it all up and put it in the freezer. I used fresh raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, and organic greek yogurt. All you do is put everything in the blender and blend until smooth. Put them in small freezer safe mason jars and I used the screw on bpa free white lids that are sold separately. You add them in their lunch box with a small ice pack and they will love them. It’s a good way for the kids to get the vitamins from fresh fruit and yogurt in their diet.