These treats are easy and so good. They are perfect to store in the fridge. That way you can have a healthy snack whenever those cravings kick in. Ingredients: 1.25 dl coconut milk 2.5 dl coconut mass 1 tbsp coconut oil 1 ml vanilla extract 50 grams of melted 80 - 100% chocolate a pinch of himalaya salt How: - Mix coconut milk and coconut mass - Pour into small muffin tins or similar. - Set cold for one hour - Melt the chocolate and pour on top of the coconut mixture - Sprink
This s such a treat, so yummy and packed with goodies for your body. Avocadoes are packed with more than 20 nutrients, good fats, protein and makes a dish super creamy and nice. The cacao is packed with antioxidants, minerals, protein and more. Bananas provides energy, fiber, natural sweetness and even more creaminess combined with thes avocado. And using them instead of other sweetening can be highly beneficial. Ingredients: 1 large ripe avocado (approx. 212 grams without th
Are you juicing, and don`t know wha to do with the pulp. Well, this cake freaking delicious anytime of the week.
So after I made carrot juce, I wanted to use the pulp. I often make pancakes from all of the pulp, but this is just pulp from carrots. It turned out so tasty, with many spices. This has a base of shredded carrots, and than using from the pulp after juicing. The Cake: Ingredients: 700 gram organic carrots (about 275 gram carrot pulp) 150 gram melted organic butter
Omg these are freaking delicious!
I was experimenting on a new recipe for cookies today, and these turned out so yummy! Here is what you`ll need: Get a big bowl to add your ingredients, and a spatula to stir. 2 cups of glutenfree, big oats 2 tbsp of Mykosan (helps digest the oats better)
8 tbsp of alkaline water. - mix this in a bowl, and let it soak for 2 minutes 2 tbsp linseed (grind them i a coffee grinder) add the gnded seeds in 4 tbsp of alkaline water Let it sit for 2
These super-bites are sooo delicious, easy to make and actually good for you.
Today I mixed
Super green powder
Just mix everything up in a food processor until a smooth consistency. Make small balls and roll them in shredded coconut.
I prefer serving them cold, so put them on the fridge or freezer. In my house half of them however disappear before they get in the fridge....
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