December 21, 2014

Fun Christmas Gift Ideas

Ozeri Green Earth Frying Pan
1. Ozeri Green Earth Frying Pan- I love a good non-stick pan and found that this one is great. To test it out, I cooked some chicken breasts on it with a tiny bit of olive oil and it turned out great. No sticking! It has a safe ceramic coating on it from Germany. It is one of few frying pans free of PTFE, PFOA and other chemicals. These chemicals can decompose and release fumes- this has definitely happened to me with cheap brands and I have had to throw them out immediately. I remember one day in college, my family came to visit and I was cooking for them. I literally threw out the pan right in the middle of cooking and used a different one.

Ozeri Green Earth Frying Pan
With this pan, even under high heat, no fumes will be released which is awesome. It is durable and scratch-resistant. Due to its non-stick properties, you can use about half the oil that you would normally use to cook with. It has a magnetized bottom for quick heat transfer on induction stoves and a silicone handle.

This would make a great gift for anyone in your life who likes to cook!

Michael Todd Skincare Discovery Kit
2. Michael Todd Skincare Discovery Kit- I was sent a 30 day supply of Michael Todd products to try out in their sensitive skin discovery kit. This comes with a cleanser, scrub, moisturizer, toner and facial mask. I enjoyed trying these products and have liked the effects that they have on my skin so far. I have pretty dry skin so this is nice and light for my skin. This would make a good holiday gift for someone close to you who wants to improve their skin care regimen.

The products are organic and are not made with a bunch of harmful chemicals. Kits from Michael Todd range from about $75-85 each for a full sized supply.

Michael Todd Tinted Lip Trio
I was also sent the tinted lip trio which gives you a nice, light lip color. This would make an awesome stocking stuffer! It is peppermint scented and contains SPF 18.

Yummi Pouches
3. Yummi Pouches- I have not been able to try these yet but in about 3 more months, Adalyn will be ready for solids and I cannot wait to let her try tons of different foods, especially fruits and vegetables. I plan to make my own baby food and have heard awesome things about food pouches which lets kids eat without making as big of a mess.

These can be cleaned in the dishwasher, can be frozen and can be stored in the fridge with food. They have different sizes that can fit 2.5, 6 or 10 oz of food. They are easy to fill with a zipper opening. To wash, use soap and water and a bottle brush or the top rack of the dishwasher.

My favorite feature is that these are reusable and that will help to save money with making food. I seriously am so excited to use these! These would make a great stocking stuffer for a toddler or a baby.

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