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This rich-but-zesty snack has no refined sugar - it's sweet enough to be dessert, but also a perfectly acceptable breakfast choice, if you're into that kind of thing (I know I am!). Pair with coffee or tea and some fresh fruit, or enjoy all by itself, straight out of the pan.
Illustrated recipe based on Lalakitchen blog's recipe "Ginger cookies. Mi regalo de Navidad". This recipe contains all the ingredients and instructions to build a wonderful and healthy gift. To see the original recipe you can follow the link: www.lalakitchen.com/ginger-cookies-mi-regalo-de-navidad/
Your little monkeys will love this delicious banana smoothie, they'll never guess it's also healthy for them! The banana gives energy from the high potassium, and dates are high in calcium and phosphorus. The Greek yogurt contains probiotics, and has twice the protein of regular yogurt. Almond milk is low in fat, but high in energy, protein & fiber, and contains many beneficial minerals. The cinnamon contains both anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties, while the chia seeds are a great detoxifier, and rich in Omega-3 fats, while also sustaining energy and keeps them feeling full for longer. An easy, yummy drink, perfect for a snack or breakfast!
I created this right after watching Salli's Webinar! I wanted to try a simple recipe to get started. It really fun to do and maybe a bit addicting so now I'm on the lookout for more brownie recipes because next to lemon squares, nothing beats a brownie to brighten up my day!
When I was a little girl, we'd often go visit my Gramma Helen who was, according to family lore, one of the best cooks in the world. She had a plaque in her kitchen that read, "No matter where I serve my guests, they seem to like my kitchen best!" And fruit-shaped magnetic hooks. I loved those things.
I was an incredibly fussy eater who'd complain about anything put in front of me: lettuce was too bitter, hot dogs too salty, mac and cheese too slimy, potatoes too pasty, walnuts too sharp, oatmeal too gooey. But I'd always eat my Gramma's beef stew and zucchini bread, apple pie, date and nut cake, homemade bread, pretty much anything she served. She had the magic touch, that's for sure.
A few years ago when my brother was getting married, I asked relatives for favorite family recipes which I then compiled into a cookbook for the new bride and groom. My cousins sent me some recipes of our grandmother's, one of which is this twist on date and nut bread.
Baked in a tube pan and drizzled with icing, it's perfect to have as an afternoon snack before heading down the hall into the sitting room where the crocheted striped throw-covered davenport sits, to "help" Gramma play Lara's Theme on the electric organ.
This is a fantastic sweet alternative for choc-a-holics out there, who don't eat granulated sugar, like me.
I made this illustration, along with the participants of my online workshop 'Draw It Like It's Hot', who have been creating their own illustrated recipes to publish on TDAC.