Thursday, December 5, 2013
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
Mmmh lovely breakfast in bed!
Anonymous asked: Your photos and recipes look awesome! Can we have a photo of you? xo
Thank you so much!
Well, haven’t even thought about that, haha! I shall consider, and maybe you’ll have one if you want :)
Raw toffifee recipe:
(I don’t ordinary use measures for my recipes, but I’ve tried writing most of it down)
For the cola:
about 1/2 cup of cashew butter (for 100% raw make sure it’s made of raw cashews)
1 tbsp coconut oil + maybe a bit more
Blend everything together in a small bowl and taste for yourself how sweet or salt you want the cola to be. I like when cola taste a little salty! Then put it in your refrigerator over night. (We want it to be pretty hard cuz it’s much easier to work with when we make our toffifees!)
The nougat creme:
This was a bit tricksy to make and it’s not pure perfection but…well it tastes good anyways! You need:
1 1/2 cups hazelnuts (You can use almonds as well)
about 1/2 cup coconut oil + more when you mix
agave syrup (to taste)
about 2/3 cup coconut cream (or meat from young coconut)
*raw cacao (if you want the nougat to be darker)
*water if necessary
Soak the hazelnuts a couple of hours and then mix it all together. Taste for your self again how sweet you want the nougat to be.
agave syrup (to taste)
1/2 cacao butter
1 tsp coconut oil
raw cacao (to taste)
-Make sure you melt the cacao butter so it’s not over 40 degrees. Blend everything together in a small bowl.
I used empty toffifee forms for this! Take the cola and put a “click” (about 2 tsp) in every gap and press it out with your fingers. When its done, put it in you refrigerator for some minutes until it’s hard. Put in one hazelnut in every one. Make sure the nut doesn’t totally penetrate the cola. Fill with the nougat and put in the fridge for a few minutes until its hard. Drop a “click” with chocolate on each one and put in your fridge over night.
Wen you make sure they’re all hard you can choose wether you want them to be in the forms or not. Keep them in your fridge and you’ll be sure they’ll last. Just make sure to put them in some kind of box. Cuz we don’t want ice on them.
So, that’s it! I hope you’ll enjoy your christmas-candy!
Monday, December 2, 2013
My breakfast today! Raw buckwheat-porridge on top of blueberries and raspberries, topped with: banana, sesame seeds, dried apples, coconut, pecans and cinnamon! Very “christmasy” (◕‿ -) ❅ ❄ ❆
Sunday, December 1, 2013
Breakfast (◡﹏◡✿) - Homemade raw yogurt with banana, pecans, almonds, coconut and one hazelnut! Yum!
Thursday, November 28, 2013
eat-more-greens asked: Hi! Thank you for your inspiring recipes! Will you post the recipe for the toffifee? I would looove to try it out! :) Thanks and have a nice day!
Thank you!! and yes I will put it up very soon :) I’ve not had time to update with pics or recipes this weekend but prepare for the toffifee-recipe tomorrow!
Yesterday I made raw-toffifee! Well toffifee’s are one of my favorite x-mas candy and I wanted to make a raw version of these. Oh! They turned out really good I can tell! Do you want recipe? I will post it as soon as I can!
I have so much more x-mas candy I want to make into raw or at least gluten free and vegan! Until next post, have a nice day!
Sunday, November 24, 2013
Saturday, November 23, 2013
Also after making almond milk you should use the pulp for making seed-crackers!
I used: pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, chia seeds, flax seeds (golden and brown), olive oil, salt, agave syrup and water! Put everything together in a bowl and fill with water. Wait until it’s sticky and put it in your dehydrator. You sure can use some spices also but this thing I made in quite a hurry so I tried to make it as simple as I could!
After making almond milk I used the pulp for making dehydrated raw coconut-cookies! I call them “Coconut-dreams” (Because they remind me of the cookies called “Dreams” lol)
maybe some extra water or almond milk.
Make small cookies and dehydrate (40 degrees) for about 4 hours or less. Its up to you how you want your cookies. I think it’s best to have them in your fridge so they’ll last longer! Enjoy!