No Muss, So Little Fuss: Incredible Homemade Desserts Made With Two Ingredients Only

When getting dinner on the table every night is challenging enough, what is one to do when the family is begging asking you politely for a fresh homemade dessert? One can google easy-peasy desserts of course, or check out these awesome two ingredient homemade desserts that you can make in a jiffy (almost.)


1. First up is a recipe for a Flourless Nutella Cake. And here are the ingredients (you don't even need to write this down!!)

1. Nutella
2. Eggs

That is all. Really. Get the how to's and stuff at Kirbie's Cravings.

2. Next, you will want to make this Homemade Banana Peanut Butter Ice Cream. Yes, homemade. Yes, two ingredients. No, neither ingredient is cream, milk, eggs, or sugar. Nope.

1. Bananas
2. Peanut Butter.

That is all you need to make your very own delicious ice cream. Really.

Don't believe me? Go see for this recipe in action yourself over at Two Peas and Their Pod.

3. Now, how about some Warm Oatmeal Cookies made with 2 ingredients. Only two, promise. Nope, no flour. Nope, no sugar. Ready?

1. Bananas
2. Oats (quick or regular...either type works)

These cookies sound too easy and healthy to be true, I know. Go on, get the details at The Burlap Bag. Then come back and let me know what you think!!

4. Last, but certainly not least, these Delectable Lemon Bars Made With Two Ingredients is super easy fast dessert that is moist, delicious and a must try.

Here is your shopping list:

1. Angel Food Cake Mix (the kind that you just add water)
2. Lemon Pie Filling (one 22 oz. can)

This is pretty much a mix and bake recipe. But you can get the finer details if you like over at DailyDishRecipes.

Hand-Crafted Easter Baskets and Party Favors For Your Holiday Gathering

 Adorable party favors and hand-crafted Easter baskets bring a personal feeling to your celebrations. Here are 4 no muss and little fuss creations that are sure to delight everyone at your holiday gathering.

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1. Mini Easter Baskets Make Awesome Table Decorations

Oh my gosh, what guests would not ooh and aah over these adorable hand-made Easter baskets? Surprisingly easy to make, these little baskets stuffed with candy treats are perfect to add to your table, or to hand out as party favors. Get the step by step directions from At Home On The Bay.

2. Three-Tiered Easter Basket Centerpiece

Create an awesome centerpiece for your Easter table that will make everyone smile. You will need empty yogurt cartons, Easter basket trimmings and orchard-style baskets in three different sizes. Get the tutorial at Good Housekeeping.

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3. Hand-Crafted Edible Easter Basket

This is one Easter basket that you do not have to worry about storing somewhere after Easter is over because the kids will eat the whole thing! Easy Step by Step instructions can be found at The Krazy Coupon Lady.

Good Housekeeping

4. Flower Pot Easter Baskets 

This is such a unique yet easy idea for an Easter gift, especially for people who love to garden. After you decorate a flower pot for Easter, fill it with gardening tools and flower seeds! You can also use hand decorated mini-flower pots to create perfect spring-time party favors to gift your guests.

Why You Need To Sleep More Than Six Hours Every Night

If you feel lucky to be getting 5-6 hours of sleep every night, you may be surprised to learn that you really need to sleep more than six hours every night. Yep, more than six, ladies and gentlemen.

The recommended amount of sleep for most adults is actually 7-8 hours every night.

So What Happens If We Don't Sleep More Than Six Hours Every Night?

The short answer: Nothing good. While you might think everything is fine and dandy after a good 6 hours of sleep a night, it really isn't.

In fact, researchers say it is actually just like getting no sleep at all. 

How Can That Be, You Ask? 

After all, chances are you are plugging along everyday just like always, right? You get up like you always do, and make it through the day just like you always do. Simple, say researchers. We are in denial when it comes to not getting enough sleep. Apparently that is how we cope.

So How Did This Study Work?

The study lasted 14 days. During that time, participants were divided into 4 groups. One group slept 8 hours a night, one slept 6 hours nightly, and one that slept only 4 hours at night. They were only allowed to sleep at night - no napping during the day, in other words!

The people in the unlucky 4th group were not allowed to sleep for 3 days. 

Researchers tested their cognitive functions every two hours. The group that slept for eight hours performed the highest. And the group that slept for six hours did okay -  until day 10 of the two-week study.

Turns out that by day 10, the six-hour a night sleepers were performing just like the people who had no sleep.

So even though you may feel like you are doing just fine on your six hours of sleep every night, your body and mind might just disagree with you.

The National Sleep Foundation (NSF), recently issued new sleep recommendations for adults and children. According to NSF, Adults aged 26-64 need to sleep between 7-9 hours every night, while school aged children should now be getting 9-11 hours sleep at night.

Getting enough sleep can help you from getting sick, make periods less painful, and help you lose weight. We really do feel better, have more patience and tend to be much more positive as we make our way through another day. Want more reasons why we need to sleep more than six hours every night? Cosmopolitan has 15 ways more sleep is a good thing for us all.

And if you like a bed-time snack before heading to bed, here are some sleep-friendly snacks to try.

The Amazing Benefit This Company is About to Offer Women

There is a British company that is planning an giving their female employees an amazing benefit soon.

Coexist, an education non-profit, will allow female employees to take time off for their periods, similar to sick days.

Research studies have shown that two per cent of 400 women have ‘severe’ period pain, or dysmenorrhea, while in another study,14 per cent said they were unable to go to work because of it.

It is because of these women that Coexist is planning on implementing the menstrual leave policy.

"I have managed many female members of staff over the years and I have seen women at work who are bent over double because of the pain caused by their periods, says Bex Baxter, one of the company's directors.

Despite this, they feel they cannot go home because they do not class themselves as unwell. And this is unfair," she adds. "At Coexist we are very understanding. If someone is in pain—no matter what kind—they are encouraged to go home."

However, she is quick to point out that women do not have to take time off during their periods - it is not mandatory, rather just a helpful option that offers flexibility in work schedules if needed.

Talk about awesome bosses and amazing company benefits.