I made this video forever ago and just realized I never uploaded it....oops. Breaking my camera has thrown me off, but regular videos are coming to ya after this! FULL RECIPE BELOW INGREDIENTS = /// Chocolate Cookies: 1/2 cup Sweet potato pur‚e (I used a Japanese yam, which is yellow, but you can use a regular sweet potato as well) 1/4 cup Cacao powder 2/3 cup Oat flour 1 tbsp coconut sugar Flax egg 6 tbsp almond milk /// Maple Marshmallow Whip: 1/2 cup Aquafaba (the "water" in a can of chickpeas) 1/3 cup maple syrup 1/4 tsp cream of tartar 1/4 tsp vanilla extract DIRECTIONS: /// Chocolate Cookies: 1. Combine 1 tbsp of ground flax with 3 tbsp of water to make a flax "egg". Put in fridge to thicken while you make the rest of the batter 2. Blend 2/3 cup of dry oats in a blender to make a flour 3. In a medium sized bowl, mash 1/2 of a roasted large sweet potato to make 1/2 cup of "puree" 4. Combine oat flour, cocoa powder, coconut sugar, and almond milk and mix well 5. Finally, pour in the flax egg and stir the mixture until it's a uniform consistency 6. Using the dough, make tablespoon-sized cookie balls and press firmly onto a greased or lined pan 7. Bake cookies for 20min on 350. Let cool completely.
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My favourite healthy meals! As the weather gets a little cooler I'm always craving something warmer and hearty which is why i wanted to share with you my favourite dishes and they're SO easy to make! I will also be posting these recipes individually on my blog so don't forget to check them out! www.carlyrowena.com OPEN ME FOR THE FUN STUFF! This video is part of my #HerbiliciousMeals campaign with LoveFreshHerbs. We are giving you guys the chance to win œ350 worth of kitchen appliances plus a further œ1,000 worth of shopping vouchers just in time for Christmas! This video is in sponsorship with LoveFreshHerbs, all terms and conditions are below! AD.
Here is a perfect little snack: Candied Pecans. I prefer to soak the pecans before, so put them in some water for at least 6 hours. That will make them more easily digestible.
Want a creamy, lactose-free alternative to cow milk? All you need to do is soak 1 cup of almonds in water overnight, drain the water, place almonds in a food processor, add 2 cups of water, and blend on high for two minutes.
We're inching closer and closer to a ghoulish Halloween and I thought it would be appropriate to make some Forbidden black rice, which just sounds SO spooky and SO off limits.
Pumpkin is that squash that you totally expect to see around this time of year. One of the most basic things you can do with all those great guts of a pumpkin is turn it into a puree.
Well, we learned how to blanch almonds last week, now let us make almond creme.