Just because it’s fall doesn’t mean ice cream season is over… it’s honestly always ice cream season at my house. For Thanksgiving, I’m tweaking the usual pumpkin pie habit for a healthier option: homemade, vegan, coconut and pumpkin ice cream. So delicious!
Here’s how it’s made (or click play in the video above):
15 oz can coconut milk
1 level cup of pumpkin puree
1/2 cup brown sugar
2/3 tsp ground cinnamon
1/2 tsp ground ginger
1/8 tsp ground nutmeg
1/8 tsp ground cloves
What is the ultimate accessory to add to your holiday wish list? Only the most coveted necklaces and bracelets to ever hit the internet: DYLANLEX!
The line designed by Drew Ginsburg started as a young fashion designer’s photo journal, evolved into a social media movement, and arrived as a line of original hand crafted statement pieces for people as original as the jewelry line itself. Her gems have been seen on all of the fashion plates you care about and girls across the globe, including me, have her pieces at the very top of their holiday wish lists. Can you blame us!?
Each piece is hand crafted in New York city, using the expertise and craftsmanship of artisans gathered from across the globe and are made of Swarovski Crystal, antiqued metals, and internationally curated elements.
Can I get a swoon? Shop it all here. More of the lookbook after the jump!
Living in LA we don’t get a whole lot of seasonal change which is why one of my favorite times to travel is during the fall. I love packing up cozy knits and warm boots in anticipation of the crisp air kissing my cheeks and look forward to sipping warm autumnal drinks like spiced pumpkin lattes.
This year we decided to take an adventure to Hudson Valley, New York so we packed up our favorite Eddie Bauer gear and headed east where the apple orchards are sprawling, farm land is a-booming and the local town is as cute as pie.
We stayed on a farm where we did a whole lot of yoga, made apple pie with the fresh apples we picked right off the tree and moseyed around on little paddle boats or by foot. It was an absolute delight!
Any fun trips planned for you to #liveyouradventure?
Do you have a nook in your home that can use a little styling? Why not try a good hat wall? The design idea doubles as organization and decor plus it will inspire you to wear some of your favorite hats more often. You can set it up in a hallway or anchor a floating spot with a table and add in your favorite coffee table books, candles, trinkets, greenery and other household items for some panache.
This is an inexpensive home upgrade that is simple but cute! Watch my video above for tips on setting up your own – hope you enjoy!