Zero Waste Kitchen There are a few reasons to make your own crackers. Firstly they taste fantastic, secondly they are plastic free and unprocessed and thirdly you can pick and choose your favourite ingredients. I was able to get these ingredients free of plastic and some free of packaging. I understand that not every person has access to package free produce so alternatively try and buy the ingredients in huge quantities to save on plastic waste. Ingredients: dry: 1 cup buck
What better time to make some Irish flag coloured smoothies than the week of St. Patricks. I have used ingredients that are free from plastic packaging and some are free of packaging altogether. Green: Ingredients: 1 cup spinach or any green you can find unpackaged. Kale is also good. 1 cup water 1/4 tsp matcha green tea powder dash of lime juice 1/2 avocado 1 tbsp nut butter - I used almond 1 frozen banana 1 medjool date - optional - gives extra sweetness Method: Place all t
There is nothing like making your own food. It tastes better and reduces packaging waste. Almonds are one of those nuts that are so high in nutritional benefits, it's a must in every kitchen. They are full of protein, VitE, monounsaturated fats, magnesium and potassium to name but a few. These nutritional benefits make almonds great for your body, especially your heart. I'm going to show you how to make almond milk from almond butter as I find this the easiest and quickest wa
It is wonderful to make gifts for loved ones, using products you may already have in the house and recycling old glass jars. I'm going to show you 3 easy beauty products that would make a thoughtful gift for Mother's Day or any day! I have used ingredients that are easy to find in paper or glass packaging. Utilise what you have in the house before buying anything new. 1. Lemon Lip Scrub It is still cold here in Ireland in March so this is a scrub for lips that get dry easily.