I’m liking this recipe! I had to make a few adjustments and I’d like to try adding other ingredients – it’s definitely a keeper!
Original recipe: http://ifoodreal.com/flourless-peanut-butter-chocolate-chip-blondies/
I switched peanut butter for almond butter, omitted the coconut sugar, honey instead of maple syrup, used dates instead of chocolate and whizzed them with the main ingredients.
Next time I think I’ll try adding vanilla or maybe get some cocoa nibs or perhaps just some cocoa powder!
So now I’m dairy free, I obviously can’t have milky tea. I was advised to steer clear of other animal milks and soya is out too so I’ve been using oat milk which I don’t fancy in tea!
After reading a few articles about benefits of hot water with lemon juice first thing in the morning, thats what I’ve been drinking when I wake up (with some honey). I can stomach black tea (really weak, literally dunk the tea bag into the hot water and take it out again) and oat milk is ok in coffee (I use agave as a sweetener as I have sugar in my coffee!)
Until now I’ve been a fan or fruit or herbal teas, I’ve tried various shop bought ones and just didn’t like them.. until a friend recommended teapigs! You can actually find them in supermarkets and although they’re expensive, they’re totally worth it! I’ve only tried one flavour so far – peppermint and liquorice but I love it!!
Then in the evening I’ve been getting my chocolate fix via hot chocolate! Again using oat milk, some good quality unsweetened cocoa powder and agave syrup or honey. Perfect!
Since I started my new diet just over three weeks ago I’ve been having smoothies for breakfast, trying different combinations of varying levels of pleasantness! This so far is my favourite combo:
Good handful of spinach
One chopped banana (can use frozen – if I have black bananas that kids won’t eat, chop them up and pop in a freezer bag!)
Half cup frozen blueberries
Half large avocado, or one small one
Small handful almonds (other nuts/seeds could be substituted)
Four dates (don’t always put these in)
About a cup of milk, I use oat milk since I’m dairy free
Place in blender in that order and blitz! Sometimes you’ll find a chewy bit of date, I quite like that though! Enjoy!
I adapted this recipe slightly! I used two small avocados, one banana, 80ml honey, 80ml oat milk, pinch salt and a squeeze of lemon. Whizz it in a food processor until smooth and pop in a container. Freeze for an hour or so, give it a mix then return to freezer. Repeat another once or twice until ready to serve. I topped with raspberries. Was lovely and there wasn’t much left!