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This is my own recipe and I must say it is seriously good.
While I believe that your hair is your most important accessory and that all women are inherently beautiful when accessorized well (shoes are second as people will top to bottom you in a flash), we as women do what we can to take care of our complete selves. Most of us try to eat well and exercise when our busy lives permit. If you are as much a chocoholic and a peanut butterofphile as am I, here is something tasty just for you and at only 153 calories WITH the icing. This will also provide you with a whopping 10.6 grams of protein. Without the icing you’ll still get 10 grams of protein and only 100 calories!
One half ripe banana
One half teaspoon vanilla
2 tablespoons egg beaters
Mix together in a separate bowl and then add to the wet ingredients and mix well:
2 tablespoons PB2
1-2 tablespoons cocoa powder (depending on how chocolatey you like it. I like it dark and chocolatey so I use Hershey’s special dark and I use 2 tablespoons)
1 to 2 tablespoons of Splenda
One half teaspoon of baking powder
Place in a large custard dish or a small microwave safe bowl. Microwave for 1 minute to 1 minute and 20 seconds. Allow to cool before icing the cake.
Make a note of your timing and what size container it’s in because you will want to make this again.
2 tablespoons fat-free vanilla yogurt
1 tablespoon PB2
Splenda if needed to taste
I apologize for not having a picture of this cake iced but I did not have the ingredients to ice it here today. It can be topped with fresh berries or whatever you like. Pictures next to a couple of items to show you what the size looks like.
So, over the past year I’ve been lazy about the weights and diet and got a little “paunchy”. After a few false starts, I have been back at it for a month and have dropped almost five of the few I need to to feel great and I am gaining back some muscle.
I confess that I have a particular weakness for peanut butter. I mean just give me a spoon, a knife or a finger and a jar of it. I have it bad One day I saw a recipe on a friend’s Facebook that used peanut butter powder. What sorcery is this I wondered? This prompted me to do some research and I am now totally hooked on this stuff in this brand. I love it as part of a spicy Chinese sauce for a chicken salad among many things.
Okay, need to get back to Amazon and order some more…lol
Ah, gorgeous, healthy avocados. I put a tree in the backyard around five years ago. Last year I got the first fruit and it was only about seven avocados. This year the thing went crazy. While “storing” avocados on the tree is best because they will not soften while they are there, I woke up one morning to about ten that had fallen on their own. TEN. What do I do with TEN avocados all getting soft at the same time? There are only two of us two legged people living here.
I love avocados. I really do but I can’t see myself eating them for every meal. Anything can get old. Here are a few things you can do with an over abundance of avocados whether you grow them or you find them soft and cheap at your local grocery store…
Body moisturizer The natural oils in an avocado can penetrate deep into the skin, helping to soften and hydrate dry and flaky patches. Simply spread it across your body, leave on for 10 to 15 minutes, shower or bathe in lukewarm water and pat dry.
Sunburn pain Most of us LOVE the beach until we wake up the next morning with a sunburn. Ease pain and prevent chafing by applying avocados directly to the spot.
Reduce wrinkles Use a Haas avocado to whip up an antioxidant and amino acid-rich mask that will target fine lines, crow’s feet and other signs of aging.
Nourish dry facial skin Try a facial mask made from avocado, raw honey and yogurt to slough away dead skin cells and restore a more youthful glow to your face.
Condition your hair Try an avocado, olive oil and egg hair mask. Sure, it’s pretty sticky, but you won’t regret slathering it on when you end up with super smooth and luminous strands.
I have been the lucky recipient of this horrible flu going around this year and that is in part why I have not been here much at all. I happened to catch an old movie yesterday. The First Wives Club. Though this was made back in 1996, Goldie Hawn had the best hair. Loved it so had to go search for pictures. Great shape and beautiful color. Soft and touchable. These things never go out of style.
I have been in this business for 40 years now. I have done just about every type of hair that there is. I like to do all types straight, curly, short and long. Of course short hair is easy as far as keeping it in good condition. People with short hair tend to have more regular haircuts. Unfortunately, long-haired girls have a hard time finding someone who will make their hair look beautiful without cutting too much off. As professionals, we need you to do your part so we don’t feel the need to cut too much off.
1. Long hair needs regular trims just as short hair does. Here are some other tips for keeping your long hair in great shape.
2. Wash hair sparingly with a good quality shampoo. Many people insist that washing here too often can leave here dried out, at least in its natural oils, and damage your hair. Shoot to shampoo your hair no more than every other day. Some people wash their hair only twice a week. Ask your trusted professional to recommend a good shampoo for your hair type.
Lather hair generously at the scalp only. The shampoo that washes through the length and ends of your hair should be enough to clean them.
3. Use conditioner/moisturizer every time you shampoo. Use a deep conditioner once a week. Start by applying your conditioner from the ends to the lengths. It is generally not necessary to run the conditioner all the way to the scalp.
* De-tangle hair with a good paddle brush starting from the very ends and working your way up. Never use plastic or wire bristles for this.
* Do not sleep with wet or damp here this will weaken the follicles and make hair strands brittle.
* When towel drying, don’t rub the hair vigorously. This splits the hair. Squeeze and blot the hair as much as possible.
4. Never tie your hair back while it’s wet. Trying to tie your hair when it is semi-damp can cause hair to become brittle. Always make sure to dry the strands before tying your wet hair to stay away from severe hair problems.
*Hair damage When hair is wet. There are chances of shedding more hair. Never try to rigorously brush or tie your wet hair since this weakens and breaks the hair strands. These stern actions can lead to acute hair damage. Healthy hair can only be achieved through a lot of persistence so use a soft towel to drain out water from your hair before tying them.
* Never tie your wet hair into a ponytail as it is fragile and therefore cause hair loss. Using hair elastic to tie dripping hair is definitely asking for more root damage and hair breakage. Make sure to dry your tresses before tying your hair.
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