When you surprise yourself by baking. This is how I did.
1 cup cashew
1 cup oats
1 cup dates
4 tbsp coconut oil
water as needed
1/2 cup coconut flakes
1/2 cup dates
Place the dough ingredients into a food processor and blend until dough-like, ad more water if needed. Place the dough in a refrigerator for a while.
Run the filling ingredients in the food processor and blend until smooth. Roll out the dough between two baking papers. Cover the dough with filling and roll into a cylinder. Place the dough in the refrigerator again for about 10 minutes before cutting.
Confusing with the apples I know. Forget about them, or use combined with the dates.
10 g cocoa powder
10 g coconut powder
1 teaspoon fiberhusk
20 g vanilla protein
4–5 drops stevia vanilla
Mix the the ingredients in a cup or bowl with a fork. Put in the micro about 2 minutes. Decorate with a couple of raspberries. Ready.
Come on, away with the bad refined sugar and white flour!
Make no mistake, I eat just about everything as long as it is vegetarian food. I do prefer healthy stuff though. And I’m trying to stop feeding myself accidentally. No complicated stuff. If I can I choose food with energy for a longer period. The dish above has become a favorite. Zucchini pasta is super easy to cook. Clean and cut the zucchini into long thin “spaghetti” slices using a vegetable peeler or cheese slicer. Cook the slices in slightly salted water for about 10 seconds.
I pour a little cream and soy sauce and eat it with fried Quorn, salad, freshly grated black pepper and Parmensan cheese. Try it it’s tasty, and healthy.
Bougth a present today which lies in a good looking bag with a good looking logo.
Organic vanilla powder
A half cup of strong coffee
French vanilla Stevia drops
Roll the balls in shredded coconut.
Do you still eat sugar? In Sweden you can buy Stevia in ordinary grocery shops these days. Finally.
I’m making a new order from iHerbs and would be grateful for tips if you have any favorites that you think I shouldn’t miss.