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Don't Throw That Away! Make Something New

Don't Throw That Away! Make Something New

Scraps of food you would normally just throw in the trash can can actually make some pretty tasty recipes. Mind Over Munch has some great ideas for what to do with your leftover fruit, veggies and even bread. About 30 to 40 percent of food is wasted in the U.S., so using food again cannot only help your wallet but also make our country more green. Recipes: Apple Butter: Ingredients: 5 medium apples (cored, chopped roughly) ¼ tsp salt 2 Tbsp lemon juice 1.5 Tbsp cinnamon ¼ tsp cloves ¼ cup maple syrup   Procedure: 1. Stir everything together in a pot. Cover and cook over low heat, stirring occasionally, for 2 hours, or until apples have reduced. Your house will smell delicious and definitely get you into the fall spirit. 2, Remove pot and let cool for 15 mins. Puree using immersion blender or regular blender. 3. To thicken even more, return to the stove over low heat and let it reduce (an additional 30-60 mins works great) 4. Serve warm. Store in the fridge for a few weeks. Freeze for a few months, thaw in the fridge before using.   Pumpkin Dog Treats: Ingredients: ½ cup natural unsalted peanut butter 1 cup canned pumpkin 1¾ cup whole wheat or oat flour   Procedure: 1. Preheat oven to 350F.  2. Mix together your pumpkin and peanut butter 3. Mix in flower ¼ cup at a time until it’s not a sticky dough. 4. Roll out in between parchment papers and use a cookie cutter to cut out the shapes. 5. Bake for 8-10 mins. Cool completely 6. Store in an airtight container for a week or freeze for up to 3 months.   Egg Yolk Face Mask: 1. Mash ¼ ripe avocado (moisturizes & hydrates with healthy fats) in a bowl until it’s free of lumps. Add 1 egg yolk and 1 tsp yogurt (contains live cultures and antibiotic properties to help with acne causing bacteria). Mix until smooth. 2. Apply mixture to your face using clean fingertips. Let it sit for 15 minutes, until dry. 3. Rinse with warm water and pat dry with a towel.  View Now
Tired Of Mascara? Try This Beauty Trick

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Call it wizardry, call it an "eyelash perm," but this trending beauty trick from Hello Giggles is the real deal. After only 30 minutes of primping and conditioning with special molds and cream, these luscious, long-lasting lashes (6-8 weeks) can be yours. Toss your mascara and get the full "Lash Lift" tutorial here. View Now
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Forget The Sweets, Mummify Meatballs Instead!

Forget The Sweets, Mummify Meatballs Instead!

Halloween is a time for scary decor and bowls full of candy. What if we told you to do away with the sweets this year? You'd call us crazy but first, you've got to try these meatballs. Our clever kitchen gal, Jessica Hord is wrapped up over these tasty meatballs. You need to add these to your menu this spooky season. You'll Need: — 1 roll of canned pizza dough (Jessica used Pillsbury Classic Pizza Crust)   — Wooden skewer    — 18 cooked meatballs (Jessica used frozen and defrosted store-bought meatballs)   — Mozzarella cheese   — Black olives   — 3 tbsp melted butter   — Spaghetti sauce      Instructions:   1. Preheat oven to 350ºF.   2. Leaving pizza dough rolled up, cut into 1/4-inch strips.   3. Thread 3 meatballs onto the skewer. Leaving a space for the eyes, wrap meatballs using the strips of dough.   4. Line a cookie sheet with oven-safe parchment paper and gently remove the mummy from the skewer onto the paper.   5. Bake for 15-20 minutes or until browned.    6. While mummies are baking, cut slices of cheese for eyes.   7. Use a spoon to cut eye shapes from slices of cheese.   8. Cut olives in half and lay flat.    9. Using a straw, cut small circles from the olives for the inner part of your eye.    10. Using the same straw, cut a hole from eye-shaped cheese.   11. Put tiny olive circle into the hole in the eye-shaped cheese.   12. Once mummies are browned, remove from the oven and brush with melted butter.    13. Place eyeballs on mummies. (If they won't stay, try tucking them under wrapping or applying a little spaghetti sauce.)    14. Serve with warm spaghetti sauce. You're done!   Inspired by: Spend with Pennies View Now

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The RNLI does incredible work rescuing people and animals out at sea. These dedicated volunteers were called on to rescue some dolphins who had gotten stuck in a muddy area that couldn't be reached by boat or by foot. So, they broke out the hovercraft! The rescue itself was complicated, but they were able to get the job done.  View Now
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