This past week we welcomed March and the official start of National Nutrition Month®. Check out my POST for this year’s nutrition theme and the THREE challenges I am taking on this month.
In my search of the web this past week, I found that what caught my eye the most had oddly enough all to do with…….. an ICE CUBE TRAY! I bet you weren’t thinking I would say that. So I thought this week I would dedicate my FAVORITE PICKS to nonetheless the simple, yet surprisingly versatile ice cube tray. Check them out below.
Top Pin-Worthy Recipe
These Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups from Chocolate Covered Katie. If you haven’t already guessed it, these homemade chocolates were created using the ICE CUBE TRAY.
Ditch the overpriced, store-bought chocolates and make your own – all you need is chocolate, peanut butter (or sub almond butter or sunflower seed butter), maple syrup and of course an ICE CUBE tray.
Top DIY Entertaining (trick)
These colorful Fruit Cubes by Pip and Ebby.
Top Food Find
Well this is more like a “kitchen” find and of course I had to go with an ice cube tray. But this isn’t your average ice cube tray, its an Emoji ice cube tray by Zoku®.
With these ice cube trays, Emojis are no longer just for social media or texting. We can now use them to make ice cubes as well.
Top NYC Event
National Nutrition Month®, which is celebrated all over the country, not just in New York City, is a time to focus on making small changes to our diet that overtime can lead to BIG results. For instance, adding a fruit or vegetable to your daily snack routine.
Need snack inspiration? Check out this recipe for 2-ingredient FroYo Bites.
In this easy, 2-ingredient FroYo Bites recipe, you get both fruit and low fat dairy in one healthy snack. Keep your ice cube tray handy and ready.
Top Career Inspiration
Ok so this pick doesn’t have to do with ice cube trays but it does have to do with Nourishing and Loving your body. If you don’t fuel well, you won’t perform well in life or in business.
Top Bonus Pick – Cooking Tip
I love using fresh herbs to add flavor but they go bad quickly and you often have to buy them in bulk, leaving lots of leftovers. With this herb-saving tip, you can freeze your leftover fresh herbs for later use.
Check out this cool tip by the kitchn.
What do you think of my TOP PICKS this week?
Have a Fun Weekend!