This muesli is so delicious it’s hard for me not to just eat it all right off the oven tray. You can play around with the ingredients but I think the mix of psyllium husk, coconut, puffed amaranth and brown rice, nuts and oats gives this muesli the most amazing texture.
This guy packs a lot of punch, both in nutrients and in flavour. It is fantastic added to pasta, pizzas, sandwiches, or with seafood or meat. It’s also good just with some avocado on toast or rice crackers. Seriously yum. I suggest you use a mortar and pestle for the sunflower seeds (or everything if you have a big one) as I find you end up with a better texture overall but I guess it depends on your food processor!
This cake tastes as delicious as it looks. it’s not overly sweet and the berries on top of the cake go a little bit jam like and tacky. You don’t have to bake it in a bundt tin (see note at bottom) I just like that this tin gives you more crunchy cake crumb around each piece.
These could be called chocolate, date, almond, coconut bliss balls as they are rather coconutty too. But then I would just be listing ALL the ingredients. Well almost. Super simple to make and a delicious snack. For whatever reason they taste better after they’ve rested in the fridge for a bit. I don’t know how long this phenomenon occurs for though as they only lasted 2 days in my house!
I love baking. And cakes. I often go through cookbooks looking for inspiration and for recipes that I can adapt, and make a little bit healthier by removing refined sugars and flour and adding ingredients that have a little more nutritional value. That way I can eat more cake.