Easy Holiday Treat | Magic Squares

1/2 cup Butter Melted
1 1/2 cup Grahm Crumbs
1 can Sweetened Condensed Milk
Nuts & chocolate chips to desire
1 Bag unsweetened coconut

Mix melted butter with graham crumbs and at in the oven pan. Pour sweetened condensed milk over the pated mixture and sprinkle chocolate chips and/or nuts followed by a bag of unsweetened coconut.

Bake the mixture at 350 for 20-25 minutes or until golden. Cut them in a square or with any holiday-shaped cookie cutter and serve them, Enjoy!!

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La Prairie | Skin Caviar Night Time Oil

A little late on this post but I think it’s a perfect time to experience this new launch from La Prairie. La Prairie has recently added a new addition to their Skin Caviar line the Skin Caviar Night Time Oil (C$712.66) made in Switzerland. This is a Caviar Retinol formulated facial oil that is effective in decreasing the appearance of fine lines and smooths out the skin as well as adds exceptional hydration to the skin. Many know facial oils are one of the most important parts of my fall/winter skincare routine and it couldn’t get any better to add this facial oil to my skincare routine at this time of the year.

I am a long-time lover of the La Prairie’s Skin Caviar line – the line is quite nourishing and brings joy to the skin. It adds an instant lift and luminosity to the skin that also includes their makeup line.

This new Night Time Oil is formulated with a composed of caviar lipids and caviar-derived retinol that is exclusive to La Prairie. The formula is also infused with Vitamin D, omega 3, 6, & 9 essential fatty acids that deliver skin-caring properties which help boost skin hydration. The formula is gentle and doesn’t irritate the skin at all while you wake up with an internal glow and plump skin in the morning. The Oil is designed to apply as the last step of your skincare routine.

The texture is light and doesn’t feel heavy on the skin and absorbs quickly. I have been using the oil for the last 4 weeks contiuesly on my nightly skincare routine and has been working great with no irritation and no redness. I only use retinol formulas during the fall/winter season and this is the best way to introduce it to your skincare routine. A little goes a long time with this oil and for me, I do give a little massage after the application. The formula also helps with uneven skin texture.

You should always wear your sunscreen to prevent any damage while using any retinol products and every two hours of reapplication is a must as well.

Bottom line – I love it!!! anything that comes from La Prairie and especially with the Skin Caviar line works like wonders on the skin. Its been a good long journey for me using La Prairie’s skincare products especially the Skin Caviar line. It just feels right on the skin plus the luxurious feel is always there. The packaging is well designed with a nice dropping dispenser that allows you to control the amount of oil for the application. For me, 3-4 drops work well for the entire complexion. I’ve linked the entire collection I’ve tried below for you.

You can find the newness at all La Prairie’s counters as well as at Nordstrom, SaksfifthAvenue, Neiman Marcus and Bloomingdales.

Provided & courtesy of La Prairie.

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Tilapia Fish Tandoori Masala

The Ingredients:

Olive Oil as needed
1 tablespoons salt
3 tablespoons of Tandoori masala
1 tablespoon lemon juice
2 teaspoons ground cumin
1 tablespoon minced fresh ginger
5 pieces of Tilapia Fish
2 clove garlic, minced
2 teaspoons ground cumin 2 teaspoons paprika
1/4 cup chopped fresh cilantro

Side Dish:

2 Bell pepper
1 Broccoli branch
some Brussel sprouts

Instructions:

Mix all ingredients together, place them in your cooking dish. Making sure it’s all even. Add 1-2 tablespoons of lemon juice on top so it covers the top. Preheat oven 350C and place it for 30-40 minutes until it’s nice and golden.
You can also use the same ingredients to marinate your side dish. You can place them in the same oven and they get cooked at the same time. You can serve it with your favourite bread.

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