Monday, 30 December 2013

How To Keep Your Hands Soft After Washing The Dishes!

If you are frequent dish washer like I am, then this post is for you! I can be a little paranoid about germs, bacteria and the like getting into what I eat and drink. Soooo...I tend to go overboard on the dish washing. I can rinse a cup up to 7 times before I can deem it fit to use.
Sorry, that's just me!

I just had to come up with something to keep my hands baby soft without interfering with my kitchen sink duties. Here it is:

Saturday, 28 December 2013

12 Uses For Coconut Oil

I love coconut oil like craaaazy! It is so beneficial to me in my daily life. From my skin to my body both on the inside and the outside. There too numerous to mention. So, I decided to list a few of its outstanding qualities.
Please ensure the coconut oil you use is pure 100% organic.
12 Uses For Coconut Oil
  1. As a naturally SPF 4 sunscreen
  2. Used topically to kill yeast or yeast infections
  3. As a deliciously fragrant tropical massage oil
  4. A teaspoonful rubbed on your hands and then through hair will help get rid of frizz and flyways.
  5. As an intensive night time facial moisturizer (for dry skin)
  6. To prevent stretch marks during pregnancy
  7. Rubbed on lips as a natural chap stick
  8. Topically, can help skin heal faster after injury or infection
  9. Directly on the perineum to help heal after birth
  10. As an incredibly intensive natural conditioner- Rub into dry hair, put a shower cap on and leave for several hours = super soft hair!!
  11. Can help reduce appearance of varicose veins
  12. Mixed with salt to remove dry skin on feet
Good luck!

¬ Neni ¬


Wednesday, 25 December 2013

Merry Christmas to You All!


Here's wishing everyone a Merry Christmas! I wish this Christmas brings lots of  happiness, joy and peace into your lives.

Once again,



Monday, 23 December 2013

10 Beauty Remedies Every Woman Should Know!

When you’re in with your makeup, skin, hair or any other beauty problem, chances are, you need a solution — and fast. Discovering beauty remedies has become a bit of a hobby for me.

 So, I’ve collected my favourites below to help you the next time you’re in need of a quick beauty fix!

1.       Use Chapstick to soothe a dry nose  This particularly comes in handy during the harmattan season or winter depending on where you’re located. Just like it works on chapped lips, it can help moisturize the skin right around your nose and provide instant relief. You can also rub some inside of your nose when it’s feeling very dry, sore or just uncomfortable.  

Just be sure not to stick the tube up your nose and then use it on your lips (because that’s just gross!). Shea butter also works!

2.       Use honey to heal minor burns   For minor burns, reach for some raw honey. A thick layer will immediately cut the sting while also providing antibacterial protection and keeping skin hydrated.


Friday, 20 December 2013

8 Skin Mistakes You Just Might Be Making

1.   Forgetting to wash your hands before washing your face: The number of women who forget to wash their hands before they wash their faces is incredible, but think about it: You’re putting the bacteria, dirt and oil from your fingers directly onto your skin, which could be the main reason you’ve got acne or inflamed skin.
2.   Keeping your makeup on at night: Taking off your makeup at night should come as naturally as brushing your teeth. Doing it during the week is one thing, but cleansing your face becomes even more important on a weekend after a special occasion or night out, when you’re likely wearing even more makeup than during the week. If you’re feeling especially lazy, keep makeup remover at your nightstand for a quick removal.

Wednesday, 18 December 2013

A DIY Hydrating Peanut Facial Treatment

The first step to having hydrated skin is drinking water, lots and lots of it. So, try to drink up to 8 glasses of water a day. This will help hydrate your skin from inside out.

On the other hand, to hydrated the skin from the outside, using this super-hydrating mask will leave your skin plumped up and hydrated for days! I promise, honestly.

Monday, 16 December 2013

4 Ways To Whiten Your Teeth Naturally

Suffering from discoloured teeth? Not to worry, Neni's got you covered! ;)

Here are 4 easy ways to help whiten your teeth naturally:

DIY Paste: Baking soda is a very powerful whitener and is excellent at removing stains. Make a paste by mixing a tablespoon of baking soda with a teaspoon of salt (for extra manual exfoliation). Rub this mixture on the teeth with your finger and rinse. Just remember that baking soda can damage the enamel or gums if overused, so only do this once in a while.

Friday, 13 December 2013

An Easy DIY Lime Exfoliating Body Scrub

  • 1 freshly squeezed lime
  • 1 cup Epsom salts
  •  1/2 cup coconut oil or olive oil.

Tuesday, 10 December 2013

A Very Healthy Papaya Salad

Do you love papaya or pawpaw as we Nigerians like to call it?

Are you tired of eating it the same old way, every time? I know I am!

Well, if you're looking for papaya salad with a twist, here's a simple recipe for a healthy and tasty salad.

Homemade Pomade for Healthy and Beautiful Hair

Hello, everyone!

So, I've  received so many mails and comments asking me to post a recipe for homemade hair pomade.

Therefore, without further ado, here it is:


Tuesday, 26 November 2013

How To Apply Eye Cream Properly

If you take your skincare regimen seriously, then an eye cream should have a place in your beauty arsenal. We may have been told or read up the importance of eye creams in our beauty routine. We spend so much money searching for the perfect eye cream. In all of this, there's just one teeny, tiny problem: how exactly are you supposed to apply it?

Don't worry, no long story here, I'll make it really easy for you:

Sunday, 24 November 2013

Make Your Own Hairspray!

Making homemade hair spray is surprisingly easy. The efficacy of the hair spray depends on how it is used, and natural, homemade hairsprays work best when sprayed in several layers of fine mist and allowed to dry between applications.
To make the sugar-based hairspray, 

Castor Oil for Healthy and Silky Hair

My castor oil finished about two months ago so, I decided to try to live without it. It just didn't work! You know why?
Castor oil is just one unique oil. I like to think of it as a "weird" oil. You see, it's a very thick oil yet it's quite drying... did that make sense? See what I mean?
Scientists attribute its healing properties to its unusual chemical composition, which consists of a triglyceride of fatty acids with ricinoleic acid of up to 90 percent.

Wednesday, 23 October 2013

A Super Moisturizing Warm Olive Oil Hair Wash

Note:This hair rescue recipe is warm and sticky but does wonders for dry, damaged hair and split ends.
 It relies on the oil being hot, warm damp towels and plenty of time. 
Olive oil suits all hair types, you can also use coconut oil

Tuesday, 22 October 2013

Got a Bruise? Try This!!

Do you have a wound or bruise?

Try this:

  1. Slice an onion into 2 halves.
  2. Hold one half against the bruise.
  3. It will heal much faster.
Note: This applies to minor scratches and bruises. If it's a deep wound, PLEASE have it dressed with a first aid kit.




Monday, 21 October 2013

A Simple Egg Pre-Wash Conditioner

First of all, my sincere apologies for my absence. I hope you didn't think I had bailed on you... I hope not :/
I've been a tad under the weather but I'm getting better.
Okaaaaay, to the business of the day...

Some of you love 'em and some of you hate 'em.

Friday, 11 October 2013

Makeup 101: How to Remove False Eyelashes

Hey Ladies!
It's the weekend and many of you may have a party, wedding or some occasion to attend. Obviously, you will aim to look your very best because you just never know....right? *winks*

For those who apply false eyelashes or lash extensions as they are sometimes called, here is an easy foolproof way to remove your false eyelashes when you get back home.

Random note: There's nothing as unsettling as waking up in the morning and seeing a lady with full on lashes....*shudders*

Moving on...

You'll need:

  • Olive oil
  • Cotton balls
  • Hot water 
  • Basin
  • Towel 

  • Pour hot water in the basin.
  • Hold your face over the bowl and drape the towel over your head, to trap the steam around your face.
  • Steam your face for about ten minutes.

How to steam your face

  •  Wet a cotton ball with olive oil. Wipe it on your lashes, taking care not to get any in your eye.
  • Continue gently wiping your lashes with oil until the extensions begin to fall off.
  •  Try to avoid your eyes as much as possible. 
  • Rinse your eyelashes. Splash warm water on your eyelashes to wash away the oil.
  • If you feel your face is still too oily, wash face with soap or cleanser.
  • Pat your face dry.

Now go and par-tey!!!

Cheers to the weekend!!


Image: Wikihow

A Simple DIY Remedy for Cellulite, Varicose Veins and Fluid Retention

Varicose veins also known as Spider veins

Skin with cellulite

Varicose veins..
Fluid retention (edema)...
Every woman's nightmare.
Not to worry... Neni's got you covered! :)


Tuesday, 8 October 2013

5 Homemade Remedies For Excessive Belching

Belching is also referred to as burping, or dyspepsia. When your body breaks down food into energy it naturally produces gas. When you belch, you release the gas that has built up in your stomach through your mouth. The sound that is associated with belching is embarrassing and often considered rude in some cultures while in others it shows appreciation for the meal....*rolls eyes* #badmanners

Although belching is normal and even the most polite of us happen to belch from time to time, excessive belching  might be a signal that you suffer from a more serious medical condition.

Some of the causes for burping include: 

  • IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
  • Celiac disease
  • Crohn's disease
  • Bowel obstruction
  • Swallowed air
  • Constipation
  • Medicines
  • Foods and drinks
Fortunately, there are several homemade remedies sitting right in your kitchen that can help with the belching.  

Try any of the following and see if it helps.

1. Baking soda
A very effective way to deal with harmless belching is drinking a glass of water mixed with two teaspoons of baking soda.

2. Ginger 
You can take it in different forms - in meals, as a seasoning, as a warm tea or just chew it raw. 
3. Papaya
The enzyme papain that can be found in papaya is known to break down tough meat fibers, so it is very effective in reducing belching.

4. Lime juice

Drink a glass of water with a teaspoon of lime juice combined with a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar after every meal to prevent excessive gas production and indigestion.

Increase the amount of water you drink and avoid carbonated drinks and alcoholic beverages

 If your condition does not improve despite all efforts, you should see a doctor immediately as it can be a symptom of the more serious diseases listed above.

Good luck!

~ Neni ~

Thursday, 3 October 2013

Try This For Those Pesky Hiccups!


Ground dried pepper

Yes, pepper is the answer to getting rid of a hiccup.
All you have to do is sniff a container of ground dried pepper.
You will most likely sneeze in the next 30 seconds.
And your hiccups will be gone.


P.S. Ensure it's good pepper o!! Not that funny looking and tasting red powder those mallams sell inside wheel barrows o!!

Okay, I'm done!

Love you all,

~ Neni ~

Wednesday, 2 October 2013

Who Knew? So Warm Orange Juice Makes You Sleep?

Okay, so last week, I was down with a nasty cold and a sore throat. My nose was blocked, my ears were blocked and I think my head was blocked... Well, it certainly seemed that way!!:D
As a result, I couldn't sleep so one night, I tried to make some warm milk to get me to sleep but there was none available. I knew that I just had to drink something warm so, do you know what I did?

  • I squeezed some orange juice into a mug.
  • Then stood the mug of juice in a bowl of hot water for about 3 minutes till it became very warm. 
  • I added a teaspoon of honey and drank it.
  •  In minutes, I started feeling quite drowsy and slept off right there on the sofa!

Now, that's what I drink when my eyes are shining when I should be asleep.:)

 Who would have guessed? Not me!
P.S. As a result of  the vitamin C in the orange juice, my cold was gone completely in 3 days without any medication.

I hope it works for you like it did for me.


~ Neni ~

Monday, 30 September 2013

A Great Homemade Mosquito Repellent!

Yesterday, I was having my usual Sunday evening gossip with my sister, so we sat outside on the veranda. While we were in the middle of one particularly CSI:Miami -ish amebo, I couldn't help but notice one biiiiig mosquito perched rather comfortably on her shoulder. This really put me in a dilemma of sorts: Should I kill the mosquito and in the process dislocate my sister's shoulder OR should I ignore the mosquito and increase her chances of having malaria?......Guess what? I did neither. I just quietly told her, " There's a mosquito on your shoulder," If you see the way she murdered the mosquito, eh???.....#lipsealed.

Moving on.....

Here is a very easy recipe for a mosquito repellent, This is my most used repellent treatment simply because it works for me every single time.

You'll need:
8 tablespoons of olive oil 
10 drops of Eucalyptus essential oil. 


  • Mix the oils. 
  • (I put it in a spray bottle), spray it on and rub in. 
It has a pleasant smell, keeps mosquitoes at bay – plus the olive oil moisturizes the skin. 
So, it;s a win-win!!

Good luck!

~ Neni ~


Wednesday, 25 September 2013

DIY: Make Your Own Deodorant!!

The moment when you reach for your deodorant and you realise it's finished... not a drop, particle or even a molecule?? (Sigh) Those were the days...*bites finger*

Oh, I've been there too many times to remember. So,do you know what I did? I decided to make my own deodarant and have it on standby for such moments...

I think you should try it out. The ingredients are very easy to find so I believe you should have no problem at all... I hope.

What you Need
  • 6 tablespoons coconut oil
  • 4 tablespoons  baking soda
  • 4 tablespoons cornstarch
What to Do:
  1. Mix baking soda and corn together in a medium sized bowl.
  2. Mash in coconut with a fork until well mixed.
  3. Store in a glass container or old deodorant bottle

Please don't forget to share this post with your friends...

Follow me on twitter @NenisNaija

Good luck!!

~ Neni ~

Monday, 23 September 2013

How To Make Carrot Oil

Hello everyone!
I hope you all had a good weekend. Mine was great. I'm sure yours was too.:)
Some months back, I got a mail from a lovely blog visitor (yes, you all are lovely!!) asking me to post a recipe on how to make carrot oil. I promised her and just dumped it on the back burner.

So today, I'm here to tell how to do just that: make carrot oil.

Thursday, 19 September 2013

A Vitamin-Packed Slimming Smoothie

Now that's some title! Quite a mouthful (pun intended), don't you think?
Okay, so I've been a little lax on my posting, I'm sorry. It's been so crazy lately... you know, so much to do in very, very little time. Please vex not.:) Moving on...

This smoothie is just the perfect addition to your diet. Why? Because if you feel like you are not getting enough vitamins from your diet, this smoothie packs a powerful antioxidant punch and helps you absorb nutrients from your diet.

So what exactly is in this smoothie anyway? The papaya/pawpaw gives you more than your daily recommended value of vitamin C to keep your immune system strong and ward off disease. The lettuce and spinach give you a healthy dose of magnesium and calcium, and the apple and banana give you a dose of antioxidants! 

Now, you're interested...very interested! lol

1 cup papaya/pawpaw
1/2 cup lettuce
1/2 cup spinach
1/2 banana
1/2 green apple

Put all ingredients into blender. Blend until smooth. 



~ Neni ~

Image courtesy Dr. Oz


Tuesday, 17 September 2013

A Sunburn Soothing Yoghurt Mask

Yoghurt is not just for consumption, it does wonders for your skin. It heals the skin naturally by re-establishing the acid/alkaline balance of the skin to help heal a sunburn. I like to blend it with one of my favorite ingredients—green tea, which is so soothing. 

Green tea is also rich in antioxidants, which help protect the skin from free radicals, as well as calm and soothe irritation. I like finish with a light oil like grapeseed oil oil. It’s rich in omega-3 fatty acids and has natural anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties. 

Okay, enough of the gushing already!! 

Want to try it out? Here's how:

½ cup plain yoghurt
1 bag green tea
One to three drops grapeseed oil or Bio oil (depending on skin type)
  1. Steep and cool the tea bag hot water. Empty the yoghurt into a bowl through cheesecloth or paper towel for a few minutes. 
  2. Add contents of cooled tea bag to strained yoghurt and mix well.
  3.  Wash sunburned skin with cool water and pat dry.
  4.  Apply yoghurt mixture to affected area. Leave to dry for 15 minutes and do not rinse. 
  5. Reapply another layer.  Repeat three to five times. Rinse with cool water and apply the oil.  
  6. The oil may be reapplied throughout the day.
  7. This mask may be applied twice daily until your burn fades.

So, why don't you try it out and see how it goes! Whatever happens, let me know...:)

Wednesday, 11 September 2013

A Lightening Cornmeal Scrub and Mask for Oily Skin


Cornmeal is very easy to find at any market near you. So, why not try this simple scrub 3 to 4 times a week  and see your skin begin to glow.


  • 2 tablespoons cornmeal (known as Nni Oka in Igbo)
  • 2 teaspoons lemon or lime juice
  • 2 tablespoons plain yogurt or milk


  1. Make a paste by mixing the cornmeal with the yoghurt and lemon juice.
  2. Massage into the skin and leave for 20 minutes.
  3.  Rinse off with warm water.
Easy peasy!

Good luck!

~ Neni ~

Friday, 6 September 2013

Mummy Alert: Homemade Baby Wipes!

Calling all mummies, aunties and nannies!! I don't know what category you fall into but I am an aunt and sometime nanny to my lovely nieces and nephews.

For those days when you want to clean up some baby "business", and the container of baby wipes is very, very empty, here's a recipe to make some homemade wipes that works just as well.


  • 1/4 cup baby body wash
  • 1/4 cup baby oil
  • 1/4 cup baby lotion
  • 2 cups hot water
  • 1 roll of absorbent paper towels
  • An air-tight plastic container


  1. Mix all the ingredients together well in a large jug or pitcher.  
  2. Stir the mixture for a few minutes until it’s all blended together nicely.
  3. Unroll the paper towels from the roll and layer them into the plastic container. Pour half of your mixture over the top of the towels. 
  4. Turn the entire stack of towels upside down and then pour the other half of the mixture over the other side of the towels and into the container.

The absorbent towels will soak up the mixture and remain soft on your baby’s body all the way to the last towel. Be sure to keep the container tightly sealed at all times.

It also works as an excellent makeup remover!! 
As a makeup artist/junkie, I say Amen to that!
~ Neni ~

Wednesday, 4 September 2013

Beauty SOS: How to Fix Your Broken Lipstick

 Have you ever opened your lipstick only to find it broken or melted in half!  Chances are, a good number of you have experienced this – I know I have.

Or, the moment when your most treasured lipstick falls out of your grasp and breaks into (insert number here) pieces. Aaaaaargh!! I have notoriously slippery fingers because everything and anything is likely to fall from my hands. Yep...story of my life.

Do you know how many lipsticks I have 'repaired'? Fuggedaboudit!

Moving on...

You'll need:
  • A box of matches or lighter

  • Using a burning match or lighter, gently melt the top layer of lipstick that is still attached to the tube

  • Place the broken end on top of the melted base
  • Use a match or lighter to melt the outer edge for a seamless hold.
  • Place in the refrigerator to cool down and set for 15-30 minutes. 
  • Remove the lipstick and smooth out any lumps with your fingers

Good luck!

~ Neni ~

Tuesday, 3 September 2013

An Effective Homemade Hair Grow

This is a great little hair loss remedy for anyone troubled with having weak hair that seems to take ages to grow. (Read: ME!)
The rosemary essential oil in this tonic will help to simulate and strengthen slow-growing hair; when used with good strong stout or ale, this mix will also leave your hair feeling soft and full, and with a remarkable shine, especially to dark hair.

Ingredients You Will Need

  • 3 drops rosemary essential oil
  • 1 bottle Guinness stout or any dark ale

  1. Add the rosemary essential oil to the beer and leave it to infuse overnight.
  2. After shampooing, rub the mixture into your hair and leave for 20 minutes.
  3. Rinse your hair and then condition it normally.
Note: If you haven't got rosemary essential oil, that's okay. Substitute with fresh rosemary and you're good to go!

Hope it works for you like it does for me!

Good luck!

~ Neni ~

Thursday, 29 August 2013

Do You Swim? Your Hair Needs This!

We all know the damage that pool water can do to one's hair. Do you know that the same chlorine in swimming pool water is a major component of bleach? Now, imagine all that on your hair while you're in the water. Yikes! *shudders*

This conditioning treatment works wonders on dry damaged hair, it is a staple in my hair routine whenever I'm in swimming mode.
Try it and see for yourself!

You'll need:
  • 3 tbsp Aloe Vera gel
  • 1 ripe Avocado
  • 2 tbsp Honey
  • 1 tbsp Coconut Oil
  • 1 tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • 1 ripe Banana
  • 5 drops Lavender essential oil (optional)
  • 5 drops rosemary essential oil (optional)

  1. Mix honey, coconut and olive oils in a bowl. Gently warm the mixture by placing the bowl in a bigger pot/pan of boiling water. Warm for 1 minute before removing from heat.
  2. Blend the Aloe Vera gel, avocado, banana and warm oil mixture. Add the essential oils while blending.
  3. Wash your hair first, then apply the mixture to hair and scalp, allow to sit 5 minutes before rinsing with cool water.

So, you can go ahead and swim all you want.


*somersaults into swimming pool*

~ Neni ~


Tuesday, 27 August 2013

A DIY Vitamin Enriched Grapefruit and Grape Facial Mask



What you will need

  • Half of a large grapefruit, peeled
  • Half of a cored and unpeeled apple
  • 1 egg white
  • 30 grapes
  • 2 tablespoons fresh lime or lemon juice


  1. Combine ingredients in a blender or food processor.
  2. Apply the mask to your face and leave for 20 minutes.
  3. Rinse with warm water and pat dry.
Do this twice a week for a month and watch your face glow!

Good luck!

Monday, 26 August 2013

A Perfect Almond and Egg Facial Mask For Dry Skin

Hello, my peoples!
I trust you all had a great weekend. Mine was good...could have been better but I'm not complaining.;)

Okay, so this facial mask is specifically for dry skin. If you have oily skin, abeg, no nearrrrr this mask at allll!!! Abeg o! That is because this mask is super moisturizing and is not kind to oily skin...I'm a victim/survivor/scapegoat.

You need just two items:

  • Almond Oil    1 teaspoon
  • 1 egg
  1. Beat the egg and add the almond oil to it and mix thoroughly. 
  2. Apply the mixture on your face and leave on for about 15 minutes.
  3. Rinse off the mask with cold water to reveal a glowing face.
 This mask is ideal for people with dry skin and is guaranteed to give you glowing and supple skin.

Good luck!

~ Neni ~


Friday, 23 August 2013

Two Easy Ways to Treat Razor Bumps

Razor bumps also called shaving bumps, are hairs that curl back on their own and turn back to expand under the skin. They remain in  the hair follicle which can cause irritation resulting in zits and bumps. Razor bumps on face are the most irritating thing to have or anywhere for that matter!
Not to worry, they can be dealt with and their event can be minimized or prevented with the help of two do-it-yourself remedies.

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is an extremely effective solution for razor bumps. All you have to do is apply fresh aloe gel straight onto the bumps and using it straight on the razor bumps. You don't need to wash it off. 
 Hot Water

A simple hot compress can likewise help to treat razor bumps quickly. What to do? Boil some water. Soak a cotton ball in the hot water and apply on razor bumps.Your skin might get irritated for a few seconds however it is quite effective particularly on fresh shaving bumps.
So ladies and gents, shave all you want!

Neni's got you covered...

I guess...?

Have a great weekend, guys!

~ Neni ~

Thursday, 22 August 2013

A Refreshing Watermelon Mask

Try this very, very refreshing facial mask. It's very effective and super hydrating. You'll love it, I promise!

You'll need:

  • 2 spoons of watermelon pulp.......*licks lips*
  • 1 spoonful of honey
  • 2 spoonfuls of lime or lemon juice

  1. Mix all the ingredients thoroughly.
  2.  Apply the derived mixture to your face and leave for 15-20 minutes.
  3.  Rinse with warm water.
Do this regularly and see your skin glow.

Later, beautiful people!


~ Neni ~

Wednesday, 21 August 2013

Who Knew? Get Soft Feet With Hair Shampoo!

I came across this by accident and what do you know? I ended up with the softest feet everrrrr! This is one of the many, many things I have stumbled upon that has made me wonder why I even bothered to attend beauty school but when I remember the steaming and extraction, I don't feel so bad anymore because that is some serious stuff!

You'll need:

  • Hair shampoo  2 full caps
  • Rice Vinegar      1 cooking spoonful
  • Warm water

  1. Fill a basin half full with warm water.
  2. Add the shampoo and vinegar to the water.
  3. Soak your feet in the water for at least 30 minutes.
  4.  Once done, you pat dry your feet with a piece of cloth or towel but make sure not to rub them.
  5. Apply whatever cream or lotion you usually apply on your feet. I mix my body lotion with a little shea butter.
Do this frequently for consistent results.

Good luck!

~ Neni ~

Monday, 19 August 2013

How to Enjoy Peanut Butter

I trust you had a great weekend. Mine was so-so, thank you for asking.;)
Today, I would like to sing the praises of peanut butter or ose oji ( in Igbo). It gets a bad rap most of the time because many of us use it the wrong way.
You should eat no more than one tablespoon of peanut butter a day. That way, you get to enjoy the goodness of P.B.and maintain your waistline. I eat it almost whenever I'm updating my blog, it makes everything 'flow' better. lol!

Try it with an apple
Cut the apple into slices and dip into the peanut butter

You could also try it with a banana and you'll love it, I promise!

And if there is no peanut butter in sight, dash down to the nearest shop and buy 20 naira groundnut but try not to eat more than required! lol

Try it, I hope you like it.

*licks lips*

~ Neni ~
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