Oatmeal Chocolate Chip GoMacro Bar
Let me tell you, this is the bar of BARS. I literally think about it in the morning and crave it with my iced matcha. It's a chewy cookie dough texture and flavor that's so desirable to me. What I love about this bar is that I feel somewhat full afterwards, it has 12 grams of protein, and is C.L.E.A.N. certified which is pretty rare to come upon. YAAAAAAHHH GOMACRO.
I eat too many of these . . . I think. Maybe not though, maybe I don't eat enough? I know that if you like chocolate, chocolate cream and wafers . . . all together, then you will like these. I know that if you mash one (two? sure two) into literally any ice cream or just straight up mash it into frosting (just thought of that) then you will experience true (pure) joy. I know that when we run out of them on the shelf, it's because my shelf at home is full :)
Mad Hippie Daily Protective Serum
Now that spring is here, I like to make sure I get some spf on my face since I'm out in the sun for longer stretches of time. I'm loving the Mad Hippie Daily Protective Serum. It's super lightweight, clear mineral SPF 30 with 80 minute water resistance. Loving this brand!
Organic, Local, "Spring Dug" Parsnips
This member of the carrot family is one of the few root crops that can overwinter in the ground. Farmers and gardeners start their parsnips the previous spring - let them grow the whole season long, then over winter in the ground (with mulch on top). During the winter - their starches start to break down and they sweeten-up. Spring-dug parsnips have a sweet "nutty" flavor! Many New Englanders love their spring-time parsnips as they taste the sweetest and were often the first "fresh" root crop after a long winter. Try some spring dug parsnips alone - sauteed in butter or oil - to enjoy their unique, yummy taste! Or roast alone or with other roots. It's the "Parsnipy-time of year!"
Teeccino Vanilla Nut and Dark Chocolate
These teas have been a delightful afternoon treat for me this winter. They are most unique in that they steep up a full body, dark, subtly sweet and chocolatey rich tea. They give me my afternoon pick me up from nutrients not caffeine! Have it black or with a creamer for a hot cocoa taste. Imagine it iced when summer arrives!