Tan France has had a baby name picked out since he was a teenager, as he said he and his husband Rob discussed their family plans on one of their first dates.
TikTok creators @robandhaley urge their followers “do not sleep on this” and with some baked oats goodness, you’ll have plenty of reason to wake up early. This baked oats cookie recipe blends together oats, a banana, honey, milk, and baking powder to create the batter. Top with chocolate chips, stick it in the microwave, and enjoy in minutes.
Water and fiber are two of the biggest missing elements in a healthy diet, according to dietitians. And you’ll find both of those in a bowl of oatmeal.
Paloma Faith is "praying for a speedy recovery" for her newborn baby after she was rushed to hospital.
Rich, creamy, fluffy Dalgona coffee has taken TikTok by storm—and with good reason. This delicious drink is made by whipping equal parts of instant coffee, sugar, and hot water, then putting the mouse-like mixture on top of hot or cold milk depending on your preference. As TikTok user @plantbasedcouple shows, you can also use almond, coconut, soy, or oat milk if you’re avoiding real dairy.
Gluten-free biscuits are versatile & go great with soup, salad, pasta or the ever-popular biscuits & gravy.
If you need a quick bite of something sweet, this recipe from @sydney.a4 is the perfect big batch snack recipe. To make it you’ll need bananas, peanut butter (or any nut butter you like), chocolate chips, and milk (or a milk alternative). Pop these in your freezer for a delicious healthy snack you can enjoy throughout the week.
Paloma Faith is in 'next level pain' after being diagnosed with acute engorgement after giving birth over the weekend.
It’s hard to forgo coffee’s energy-boosting ability or rich complex flavors. Here are eight expert-recommended alternatives that will wake you…
Best: The actual CEO of alt-milk manufacturer Oatly sits at a keyboard in a field, singing a pro-oat-milk jingle he apparently wrote himself. “It’s like milk, but made for humans” and “Wow, no cow” are among the lyrics. With obviously DIY ads, there’s a fine line between charming and cheap. This one is way over on the charming side. (But oat milk still tastes like, you know, oats.)
The Brits don't typically indulge in their big holiday meal on Christmas Eve. "The 24th is for cooking with our families and going to the local pub for a pint," says Nicola Butler, the owner of the London-based luxury travel company NoteWorthy, of Christmas in nonpandemic times.
One of the most iconic questions in advertising history is back. But this time around, most of the stars are TikTok-ers and YouTubers, and the mustaches have been left in the past.