Repurposed: Wetbags

My sister in law gave me the most beautiful muslin squares when my daughter was born. I loved them so much that I hardly used them, they were just too pretty for baby spit and whatnot.
Today I finally repurposed them into wetbags. They are lined with a light waterproof fabric. Being a toddler mom means I get really excited when something is washable or waterproof. Why is everything always wet...or sticky?

I'm also pretty excited to use them for my groceries. No more 600 plastic bags just to get my cleaning stuff and veggies to the car. Hooray!

I was thinking of making more and adding them to my store, what do you think? They will make handy diaper bags as well.

Dairy free Peanut butter fudge

I started this new year with a few dietary changes. One of them is giving up all dairy products. I was really apprehensive since I pretty much have dairy with every meal. My biggest concern was that I have to give up all my favourite desserts. 

But thanks to pinterest I'm no longer worried! There are a so many options to replace your usual dairy-favourites, it just takes a bit of experimenting.

This fudge is melt-in-your-mouth heaven! I used honey, but you can replace it with maple syrup if you want a vegan option. I added a bit of roasted coconut flakes, because they are amazing and no meal should ever be without it ever again! Add some chopped nuts, berries or even oats.

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Dairy Free Peanut Butter Fudge
  • 60 ml Coconut oil
  • 90 ml Peanut butter
  • 2 tbsp Cocoa
  • 30 ml Honey
Melt the coconut oil in the microwave or over a double boiler. Stir in the peanut butter (I used crunchy, it was perfect!), cocoa and honey. Pop in the fridge and wait for it to cool into yummy fudge. Or eat it as is, it doubles as a delicious sauce as well!