Nikki DeLoach's Earth Day Gift Basket
Check out Nikki's message about the products she discussed:
Andree's Essential Soaps
: Natural handmade soap, lotion, bath bombs, body oil, candles, and more. Check out her site to read more about her wonderful products and help support local businesses across America. These products also make incredible gifts!
Andree's supports an organization called Mary Ellen Locher Foundation to help pay for children whose mothers have lost their battle with cancer go to college. They have sent 255 kids to college thus far.
: 100% handmade cotton, super absorbent. They do not mildew. These towels make incredible gifts as well!! I own 10 of them myself. They're perfect for the beach or the bath…light weight and easy to travel with. Support friends who are starting their own business. It is the perfect way to give back!
To order, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Green Iced Tea
: Made with Organic Raw Honey instead of sugar. Store or serve in a glass, reusable bottle.
Cheesy Nutty Bars
: Everyone needs a little bite of sweetness every once in a while. These will put a smile on anyone's face. Gift them in a reusable container like a wooden box instead of paper or plastic. The box can be reused to store jewelry or hair clips.
: This is my family recipe and it is a hit at every party. I will soon be selling this product so that you too can enjoy my family's recipe. I like to serve it with avocado and homemade tortilla chips, which I also provided in the gift bag to Marie. However, people have told me they put it on eggs, salad, or just eat it out of the jar with a spoon. Georgia Caviar is so good for you and incredibly healthy. I like to use vegetables grown in my garden so that it tastes extra delicious and its made with extra love.
Homemade Tortilla Chips
: I baked my chips instead of frying them. You can use flour, wheat, or corn tortillas. Spray them without nonstick olive oil spray. Use seasoning of your choice (sea salt, garlic salt, cayenne pepper, etc). Cut tortillas into triangles (I cut mine into 6 triangles from one tortilla, but it depends on the size of the tortilla). Spread on a baking sheet and bake at 400 degrees for approx. 6-10 minutes. Time depends on your oven. Watch the chips carefully. The edges need to turn lightly brown.
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