today I wanna share a nice trend with you called HANG YOUR BAG WITH CUTE STUFF! you can find lots of nice things to hang on your favorite hand bags and make them look even more special. I stumbled upon these buggers by C&A and I absolutely love them.
HAPPY SANTA CLAUS! TODAY is the start of the CHRISTMAS GIVE AWAY WEEK on isawsomethingnice.ch and you can enter a new give away every day! (6.12.-13.12.2015) I wanna thank you all for being here and making this blog what it is!
lets start with giving away two amazing LUSH presents! so how does it work? you can enter by clicking here on the Rafflecopter giveaway and follow the instructions. there are 2 mandatory things: you have to visit my FB PAGE (+1) and leave a COMMENT ON THE BLOG (+2). this will give you 3 points. there are other options in order to earn more points: you can follow me on twitter @leazeitman (+2) or like my FB page (+2) and earn 4 more points. certain things can be done every day for higher chances to win. I host the give away via rafflecopter and there will be a random winner chosen according to the points earned. I have no influence in choosing the winner. there will be 2 winners for the LUSH give away (one person can win the IT’S CHRISTMAS DEER TIN and one person can win the COMFORT & JOY) and it ends on DECEMBER, 13, 2015.
GOOD LUCK to all of you!
nomnom.. today I did something really nice: I baked with my dear friend Simone and I just had to share her delicious recipe with you. as I am a vegetarian I often ask myself if I get enough proteins thru my daily food. Simone is a chef and she knows a lot about food and nutrition and she told me that by eating a couple of those delicious HEMPSEED SPLUDGES I make sure to cover my daily protein dose. a couple of days ago she brought me a jar of her yummie home made spludges and thats when I knew that I wanna find out about how to make those myself, and of course I had to include all of you because sharing is caring, right?
250 g OATMEAL
40 g FLAX SEED
40 g SUNFLOWER SEED
40 g HEMPSEED (peeled)
40 g APRICOT (dried)
3 Tablespoon HONEY
3 egg white
step one: MIX the oatmeal, the seeds and the apricots in a big bowl. step two: ADD the egg white and honey. step three: HEAT the oven 120 °C (convection oven) step four: SCOOP tiny splodges to a baking paper on a baking tray. step five: WAIT 25 minutes and let them cool before you touch them – otherwise they might break..
that was a very easy recipe, right? I am eating one of the spludges right now and it is just delicious. mmmhhmmm.. NOTE in case you want to make a vegan version then you can use vegan egg white instead of the egg white and use stevia instead of the honey. for more protein power you can exchange one of the seeds with roasted soy beans and for more crunchiness you can add some chopped walnuts. enjoy baking and have a lovely weekend! X