Sheblogs and Milestones Winter Warm Up Bash

Sheblogs and Milestones Winter Warm Up Bash

I was invited to a wonderful event by Sheblogs Canada.  Sheblogs teamed up with Milestones (Dundas Square) for a Winter Warm Up Bash.

We tasted many of the new Superfoods menu items from Milestones and we also created our own winter warm up essentials box.

We tried the following;

Superfood Bowl XXVIII

(Photo from Milestones website)

Superfoods unite for this powerhouse bowl of deliciousness. Kale, sweet potato, avocado and pumpkin seeds are just naming a few of the superfoods in this dish. We put them on a bed of kale-infused soba noodles and finish with a miso maple dressing. It’s a touchdown for taste and an extra point for nutrient-packed ingredients.

Cakes by the Ocean

(Photo from Milestones website)

No birthday required. Crisp quinoa-crusted salmon and shrimp cakes with a delicious avocado dill aioli. Quinoa has all nine essential amino acids and the avocado dill aioli is full of GOOD fats and vitamins.

(sorry for the dark pictures – it was dark in the restaurant)

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A frozen blend of premium white rum, peach liqueur, sparkling white wine, topped with Boone’s Sangria img_8313

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There were so many wonderful beauty brands such as Lush, Revlon, Smashbox, and products from their sponsors Dr. Roebuck’s, JoeSCRUB, Woodlot, and Shoppers Drugmart (Dundas Square location).

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Thank you Sheblogs Canada for inviting me to this wonderful event and to Milestones at Dundas Square for providing delicious items from their Superfoods menu.  Thank you to all the sponsors for providing wonderful products.

I love these events – I get to meet new local bloggers and get to test out some wonderful products.

Diana

xo

 

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