All posts tagged: coconut

Cayman Scents: Eco-friendly Bath & Body Products

Cayman Scents has a premium line of handmade eco-friendly candles, bath and body products.  The collection consists of an array of luscious and delicious scents that embody island life.   Flavors include: Island Mango, Ocean Breeze and Cucumber Melon.  The heart of Cayman Scents is quality handcrafted products made locally with an eco-conscious mindset.  All products are environment friendly, not tested on animals (cruelty free) and made with fair trade ingredients.   Great care is taken in the process of making each item.  The collection of products were developed over several years to ensure a high quality product.  Plenty of time and dedication was put into mixing, smelling and testing the products as part of the manufacturing process and to create the unique scents and recipes. Rub-A-Dub-Scrub  Body Scrubs Handcrafted Soaps Body Lotion Let It Glow  Candles and home diffusers Support Local Cayman Scents have been handcrafting eco-friendly products since 1999.   By supporting local and sustainable products it helps both the environment and the economy. Visit Angela Wood, founder of Cayman Scents on Wednesday’s …

Endless Summer Orange + Coconut Popsicles

  Summer might be slipping away but the memory of summer doesn’t have to fade.  For those hot summer days on the rise, enjoy a zesty orange & coconut popsicle.  I came across these plastic popsicle molds at Fosters, The Strand, which is good because they can be reused all summer long and after.  It beats having to buy and discard the one time use traditional popsicle sticks.   The recipe…  -Endless Summer Orange + Coconut Popsicles-                     What You Will Need: 2 oranges, coconut milk rich and creamy, and milk free vanilla ice cream. What To Do:   1. Pour a can of coconut milk into a mixing bowl, squeeze 2 oranges worth of juice (add more for extra flavor) 2. Stir well 3. Add 1 spoonful of milk free vanilla ice-cream 4. Keep stirring 5. Finally, add some zest with shaved orange peel, using a grater 6. Give it a final quick stir 7. Pour into popsicle molds, and let it freeze overnight or …