I love quinoa, but for some reason I always hesitate to make it when I’m in a hurry. That’s where these bags came in: easy, approachable, and totally delicious. Even a mom who plans dinner in 5 minutes like me feels good about their dinners when it’s as simple and healthy as this. Full disclosure, this was my first time trying anything but plain quinoa, but I was pleasantly surprised at the flavor and texture (holds up to sauces and with proteins).
Thick and creamy with a hint of coconut. Filling and smooth, but leaves me without the guilt like a lot of sugar filled yogurts do. A little pricey, but worth it if you want to keep quality without losing flavor.
Hershey’s Gold is a welcome alternative to plain chocolate; it’s smooth and creamy with delightfully little salty and crunchy pretzel bits throughout. I crumbled on top of ice cream and had alone as a snack, but I’m sure you could add it to brownies or other treats as well. Inexpensive enough to buy again whenever I get a sugar craving.
Gives a beautiful and layered highlight and leaves a bit of a sparkly sheen. Use largely on my cheekbones and find it lasts for most of the day and warms up my face. A bit pricy, but worth it is you use al the time.
Love high beam! Goes on liquid and blends in well with the skin. Works well with my fair skin tone and is able to be layered for a more dramatic effect. I use on cheeks or brow bones mainly, but this could be used for general high lying as well. Worth it!
Great to have built in spf, and this medium coverage foundation does stay on throughout the day. The shade I got first read a little too dark, so I will likely try again, but a lighter shade. I got for under $10, so it’s reasonable.
This didn’t work well for me. Although the color was great it came out a bit clunky and ended up spreading around my under eye and eyelid by the end of the day. I’ve had great success with other Maybelline mascaras so maybe it was a bad applicator, but won’t try this again.