April 2019 Faves

Wednesday, May 01, 2019

It's hard to believe April has come and gone!

As we move into my *favorite* month of the year, I wanted to share some of the products I loved in April!

1.) Crock-Pot Express Crock

We actually got ours on St. Patrick's Day, but I've been using it a TON ever since. I seriously don't know why it took me so long to get a pressure cooker! It has been a complete game changer for me in the kitchen. Dinner is SO much quicker now, and you can make everything from meatloaf to pasta to dessert! I don't use it quite every day, but almost -- I almost feel like I'm going to need to get a second one at some point! It's such a versatile tool, and it makes busy evenings SO much easier.

2.) Sacred Mountain Essential Oil

This is one of my absolute favorite oil blends! It combines black spruce, ylang ylang, balsam, and cedarwood oils for a calming, grounding experience. I love to pair it with orange to wear topically or diffuse! It makes my heart happy :)

3.) Baby Brezza Reusable Baby Food Storage Pouches

So yes, these might technically be for baby food, and I don't have a baby, but you know what else these are good for? Applesauce. Pudding. Smoothies.  Things I can buy/make in bulk and then portion out in these handy reusable pouches for Jeffery's lunches and the boys' snacks cheaper than I can buy in individual portions. They're so handy to toss in a lunchbox! They fill on the side (and come with a wide funnel to help fill) and are easy to clean. They make my life easier!

4.) IKEA BINTJE Galvanized Plant Pots

Cute, practical, and super economical ($0.79 each!), these plant pots are perfect for small indoor plants (like the aloe vera and dragon tree that I also bought at IKEA). They're the perfect way to keep my plants protected without sacrificing style!

5.) Almond Breeze Banana Almond Milk

If you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen that I was doing a Whole30. It ended up being more of a Whole15, but one of the things I took away from it was that I do seem to have a sensitivity to dairy, especially milk by itself (cheese doesn't seem to bother me much). As such, I have stopped drinking cow's milk and switched to plant-based milks for drinking/coffee/cereal/etc. I happened across this banana almond milk one day at Payless (our local Kroger affiliate) and was intrigued. There aren't any artificial flavors or anything; it has real bananas blended in. It's a total game-changer for smoothies! It might also be interesting to use this in baked goods, but I haven't tried yet. I think it would also be great for overnight oats (I think I may have to go get some more so I can try that!).

What did you love in April? I'm always looking for new product recommendations!

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