Which Slice would you pick?😌🎂🍰💘 Chocolate, Vegan Cookies, Coconut flakes, Frozen Blueberries, Blackberries or Raspberries?💙💙 All of them were so tasty!✌🏽
2 ½ cups all purpose flour
1 ½ tsp baking powder
½ tsp salt
1 ½ cup almond milk
¾ cup coconut sugar
¾ cup coconut or almond yogurt (I used both)
1 tsp vanilla extract
Preheat oven at 350F(180c). Whisk the dry ingredients until well combined. In a different bowl whisk all of the wet ingredients and stir into the dry. Mix to make a smooth batter and transfer to greased or lined cake pan. Bake for 30 to 40 minutes or until toothpick from the center comes out clean.
Toped with: Melted Chocolate: combine 2 tbsp cacao powder, 2 tbsp melted coconut oil and 2 tbsp agave nectar.⭐️
• 4 dates
• 1 + 2 tsp of honey/syrup
• 1 tbsp of almond milk
• 10 peanuts
• 20 raw cashews OR 1 tbsp of almond meal + 1 tsp of coconut oil
• chocolate coating of choice
Soak the dates and cashews (if you’re using them) for at least 1-2 hours. For the caramel layer, peel the dates and process them with almond milk and 1 tsp of honey. Chop the peanuts and mix with your “caramel” mass, leave it in the fridge. Meanwhile, process 2 tsp of honey with cashews or a combination of almond meal and coconut oil (you don’t need a blender for this version). Shape a layered bar and leave it in the freezer while making the coating. Cover with chocolate and freeze again. Keep it in the fridge for about 30 minutes before eating ☺️
1 banana 1 avocado 1 tsp matcha powder ½ tsp mint extract 1-2 tbsp rice milk, original 1 packet stevia powder* 1/3 cup chocolate*
1. Peel, chop, and freeze banana and avocado overnight. 2. Combine frozen banana and avocado in a food processor, and blend roughly (don’t let it get fully smooth yet). 3. Add in matcha, mint, stevia, and rice milk (as needed), and blend until almost fully combined and smooth. 4. Lastly, add in chocolate, and process a little longer, until fully smooth, and chocolate is broken up. 5. Freeze or serve immediately.
* I used stevia, but you can substitute another granulated sweetener, if you’d like. * I used a mix of sugar-free chocolate chips, semi-sweet chocolate chunks, and cacao nibs. You can use whatever you’d like.
1. Peel and slice bananas, and freeze overnight. 2. Combine frozen banana coins, chocolate protein powder, peanut butter, and chocolate almond milk in a food processor, and blend until smooth. 3. Freeze for a bit longer to harder, or serve immediately.
* I used Vega chocolate protein powder, but you can use whatever brand you prefer.
i'm trying to eat healthier but i have so little energy i don't cook very often. i've found some vegan frozen meals that state that they use organic vegetables and there's a decent mix but i'm wondering how nutritious they're likely to be? do ready-made meals and canned soups etc. have the same or similar nutrition content as if i were to make the same meal myself?
It’s good that you want to eat a little better, and to be honest when you start doing that you’re likely to solve some of your energy issues. Frozen meals aren’t usually great in terms of salt content as they use a tonne of it usually, but vegetables keep very well and maintain their nutritional value when frozen, so buying frozen veg is always a cheap and effective way to get nutrients. As for soups, a fresh soup is going to be better but canned is still good for you. You can get pre-made soups in tubs at most supermarkets for reasonable prices too, and they’re usually generous servings.