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  • Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Chickpea Blondies
    This blog is all about desserts but that doesn’t mean that they have to be sugar loaded and unhealthy. Like today’s dessert, these Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Chickpea Blondies, they’re a mouthful to say and an even better mouthful to eat. They are dairy free, refined sugar free, gluten ... read more
    Source: Modest MunchiesPublished on 2020-09-21By modestmunchies
    3 hours ago
  • Monday Reminder #13
    Source: The Momin’s JourneyPublished on 2020-09-21By Unknown
    5 hours ago
  • Abdullah Ibn Abbas The Young Scholar
      Abdullah Ibn Abbas was a young cousin of Prophet Muhammad (s) from his father's side. He spent a lot of his time with the Prophet (s) as he was frequently staying with his maternal aunt Maimunah, who was one of the Prophet's wives. He also accompanied ... read more
    Source: Ilma EducationPublished on 2020-09-21By Jameela
    8 hours ago
  • Week 38 of 2020 – Project 366
    Sunday Day 256 – 13th September Was planning to go out for the day but then just got lazy and didn’t go anywhere. Ended up chilling at home, after the first full week of school and then a busy day yesterday we just wanted to rest. We played a game we ... read more
    Source: Muslim MummyPublished on 2020-09-19By MuslimMummy
    2 days ago
  • Day Out at Linton Zoo Conservation Park
    When you think of a zoo, the immediate thought is of acres and acres of land with lots of animals to see, spending a whole day there and leaving with tired legs due to all the walking. However Linton Zoo isn’t like that and therefore is perfect for the ... read more
    Source: Muslim MummyPublished on 2020-09-18By MuslimMummy
    3 days ago
  • Why having a baby travel routine makes it easier for you to travel
    I have to admit I am not one for having a routine or being super organised. I blame my right brain, which is creative, messy and happily dis-organised. However, one thing I have noticed over the year I have been a mother is how much a baby travel routine ... read more
    Source: Muslim Travel GirlPublished on 2020-09-17By Muslim Travel Girl
    4 days ago
  • I first knew I was LGBTQ: Sharing stories of self-realisation, transitioning and prejudice
    When did you first know you were LGBT+? How old were you? Were your family surprised? Or were you told to “fight your urges”? Well, it’s a big moment of self-realisation. You may have felt relief, joy and excitement for the future ahead. It’s a big moment – ... read more
    Source: Voice of SalamPublished on 2020-09-16By Elizabeth Arif-Fear
    5 days ago
  • Veggie Shrimp Salad (Video)- Quick and Healthy Shrimp Salad
    This Veggie Shrimp Salad is loaded with heaps of all the best summer flavors and well seasoned juicy shrimp that complements each other so well. Everyone who tries it loves it soo much, and for the non-salad lovers, there is no way the shrimps get eaten without finishing the ... read more
    Source: The Nourished MuslimahPublished on 2020-09-15By Halima
    6 days ago
  • Biscoff Macarons
    Biscoff recently became available in Australia and it has since been all the craze. I myself have had the opportunity to have tasted and created recipes with biscoff over 7 years ago. My sister in law used to live in the US and would send or bring it back ... read more
    Source: Modest MunchiesPublished on 2020-09-14By modestmunchies
    1 week ago
  • Salah Tracker for Kids Free Download
      Here's another fun way to encourage your children to pray. Try tracking their prayers. This will help them to see how well they're doing in praying for the week.  Simply print and make sure you laminate it so it can used again and again. Every time ... read more
    Source: Ilma EducationPublished on 2020-09-13By Jameela
    1 week ago
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