i’ve never made a granola without any sweetener (maple syrup? agave? no way friends) but this turned out pretty well! a little bit of berries or pear on top goes a long way for sweetness. it is part of our cleanse time and we needed a quick breakfast to have on hand (i miss you toast) so i whipped this up. it is partially based on this recipe from Green Kitchen Stories, using the sprouted […]
for when you want coffee, and dessert, and an icy thing. you can have it all. this if from a recipe i found over at smitten kitchen, and changed to suit my needs ever so slightly. here’s how i made it: 1 c. espresso (i used stovetop) 1/ t4sp good vanilla (optional) 2 tbsp sugar dissolve sugar in hot espresso, then put in the fridge to cool. once cooled, put in a shallow freezer-safe dish. […]
if you want a lazy, summery, fresh tasting dessert that doesn’t involve turning on the oven then i suggest you make this. 1 can good full fat organic coconut milk 2 small mangoes, peeled and cut in pieces a heaped 1/8 c. sugar zest of 1 lime Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until very smooth. divide between 4 glasses or bowls and refrigerate for atleast an hour. all done.
i’ve been on an ice cream kick. i have an ice cream maker with half the parts missing so it wasn’t on the top of my list of things to make. then i found out it doesn’t’ matter if i have the parts. i have the frozen core and then i used an electric hand beater to mix. i’ll talk more about that later. anyway you may as well make iced cream all the time. […]