wishing you a happy new year for 2020 and hope you had a happy Christmas 🕊☺️✨ here is a post to share a summer recipe for crepes (a thin and french kind of pancake made in a crepe pan) with fresh strawberries, creme fraiche and lemon honey from a Christmas edition of nz house and garden magazine (2013) 🍓 i love crepes and strawberries a lot and hope the recipe could be helpful if you could love the ingredients a lot too or could be hoping to try crepes in case you could not of tried them before. i enjoy looking at all of the pictures in the house and garden magazines and reading the articles too, although the recipes are often so nourishing and delicious looking too and with beautiful photos ! i hope the ingredients could also be quite easy to find where you are from, and you could also include another kind of fresh fruit (raspberries, blueberries, peaches, oranges or grapefruit) if you could like too.
wishing you a happy friday and here is a post to share and note a bit about a beautiful, soft and creamy cream cleanser i have been using each day, created by biohoney 🕊☺️ i bought a natural moisturiser by biohoney called natural vitamin e cream just a month or two ago (a link to an earlier post about the moisturiser is here) and after sharing a post about the moisturiser, biohoney kindly offered to post a free gift sample of a new face cleanser they had just created to try, called the avocado and rosehip cream cleanser with avocado oil, rosehip oil and mgo 300+ manuka honey. i am enjoying using the cleanser a lot and hope the post could be helpful in case you could be hoping to try a new cleanser which is creamy, soft, gentle and helpful for sensitive skin and made with a lot of nourishing natural ingredients, or could be curious about natural beauty care and skin care made with manuka honey (post is about a kindly *gifted product).
wishing you a happy monday and hope your weekend went ok ! i was shopping online just a month or two ago for a couple of natural beauty care and self care items from an online shop called health post, and found a natural moisturising cream made with manuka honey from a brand called biohoney who are also based in nz (where i am from) 🕊🌸 i was hoping to also buy a new moisturising cream as i often run out quite quickly and a new one could be helpful, and a lot of the notes and reviews about the moisturising cream were extremely positive (often describing how wonderful and gentle and helpful the moisturising cream was for sensitive skin) and often gave the moisturising cream 5 stars ! i chose to also pick up a moisturising cream to try and to share in a post up on care natural b in case it could be helpful, and the moisturising cream by biohoney is called natural vitamin e cream and is noted to be made with collagen and mgo 300 + manuka honey.
Here is a post to share a recipe for summer peaches, with fresh honey and chopped almonds I sometimes make in the summer, when there are a lot of beautiful different kinds of ripe peaches (golden, pink) from countryside orchards 🕊🌸 for the recipe you would just need a couple of ripe peaches, fresh honey and whole natural almonds, and you could also include creamy yoghurt and any other kind of fruit you enjoy, or a different kind of fruit in case you cannot find any peaches close by to where you are (could also include strawberries, watermelon, oranges, bananas, blueberries).
Here is a simple and plant based recipe for fresh strawberries and banana, with honey and chopped almonds 🕊 it is spring, early summer in NZ (where I am from) and the weather is warm and sunny and we just bought a packet of strawberries from our local fruit and veggie market a couple of days ago (our first strawberries of the season) 🌸 strawberries are one of my favourite fruits, and I hope the recipe could be helpful in case you enjoy strawberries a lot too! to make the recipe, you just need fresh strawberries and banana, honey and whole almonds to chop, and you could hopefully find the ingredients for the recipe in your garden and at your local shop or fruit and veggie market 🌸
Here is a lovely and plant based recipe for a sweet smoothie bowl by beautiful Ella Mills, the founder and creative director of Deliciously Ella. The recipe is from Ella's book Deliciously Ella Every Day and I love all of the healthy and natural recipes, kind and helpful tips and beautiful photos in the book so much 🕊🌸 the recipe has a lot of natural and caring ingredients, including strawberries, banana, chia seeds and almond butter and could be so lovely to make in the morning for breakfast, or in the daytime if you would like to. Strawberries are one of my favourite fruits and the recipe could be helpful to make in the spring and summer in case it is easier to find fresh strawberries. You could also hopefully find all of the ingredients in your garden or at your local shop 🌸
Here is a simple recipe for a raspberry and pear drink, made with fresh pears and raspberries. The recipe is from a book called 100 Best Health Foods, which has a lot of beautiful recipes made with healthy ingredients from a number of different food groups, including fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts and seeds, and also notes a lot of nutritional information about the healthy foods. The recipe has just a couple of ingredients, including fresh pears, raspberries, water and honey, you could hopefully find in your garden or at your local shop 🌸 the recipe could also be lovely to make in the autumn when pears are in season and you could hopefully be able to find fresh pears a bit easier 🕊🌸
Here is a recipe for oats with almond milk I often make in the morning for breakfast in the autumn and winter, when the weather is a bit cooler, or for lunch, as the oats feel so warming and nourishing to eat on a cold day. The recipe has just a couple of ingredients (including oats, almond milk, maple syrup or honey, cinnamon, almonds and raspberries) you could hopefully find in your garden or at your local shop and the recipe is quite easy and quick to make in case you don't have a lot of time in the morning 🕊🌸
Here are a couple of recipes with honey, found in the healthy foods and superfoods book 100 Best Health Foods. I have always loved honey on its own or in a warm lemon, honey and ginger drink, and honey is also one of my favourite ingredients to include in baking or cooking recipes. When I was little I enjoyed watching the bees and honey bees in the garden, and was always curious about where the bees would go after gathering pollen from the flowers, and how the honey was made 🌸
Here is a recipe for a lavender and honey face scrub I used to make when I was studying at University and had an assignment or was feeling a bit worried coming up to exams. The face scrub is made with quite simple ingredients (including lavender flowers, lavender oil, (organic) honey, lemon juice, brown sugar and organic coconut oil) you could hopefully find in your garden and at your local shop 🌸