What do you get when you make homemade granola using all raw ingredients?
While the texture is slightly more chewy than traditional homemade granola which is baked in an oven, the taste is equally as delicious. I love making rawnola because it is extremely versatile. You can use it any way you would with granola – add it to smoothie bowls ( such as the ones we made yesterday ), chia pudding, on it’s own with some almond milk, or just eat it straight out of the jar!
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So… I have been making my own almond milk for longer than a year now, and every single time I was throwing away to the trash the remaining pulp after squeezing all the milk out. Oh! Little did I know… that I could make delicious mini cakes with it. When I started eating them I was surprised of how good they can be! And truth be told, I am not very much of a sweet tooth.
I don’t like much to eat outside as it is hard to find something as healthy as I want it, and I was relying only on snacking dried fruit and cashews, but these cakes were my savior for a change!
So I called these little ones Tropical Cakes.
… and here goes the recipe:
Continue reading Bumped my head against the wall when I tried these little cakes!