Awesome Vegan Cookie

This is a “low-bake” recipe. Make the batter then cook for 10 mins in a 320 degree (F) oven.

Cashews, walnuts, dates, flax seeds, coconut oil, almond butter, Himalayan salt, maple syrup. Blend in food processor until almost smooth. Add macadamia nuts, coconut flakes, cacao nibs and goji berries. Blend slightly to chop up these ingredients into batter.

After baking, let cool and keep in fridge.




Awesome delicious smoothie that has maca in it

After hot yoga, I came home to have a monster warrior smoothie:

Organic kale, Navitas raw cacao, Sunwarrior warrior blend (vanilla), Pacari raw cacao nibs, Navitas raw maca, Madecasse vanilla extract, Living Intentions sprouted almonds, 365 brand unsweetened organic vanilla almond milk.



(All possible thanks to my vitamix)

Yellow Split Pea Dal Recipe

Rinse yellow split peas. Simmer in‎ Himalayan salted water for about 35 mins.

When cooked, season with tandoori seasoning (coriander, cumin, sweet paprika, garlic, ginger, cardamom, and saffron), a spoonful of chickpea miso, and fresh ground black pepper. Chop and also stir in some fresh parsley.

Spoon dal onto plate or bowl and top with a flavorful high-quality olive oil‎ and coarse cracked pepper. Garnish with fresh parsley leaves.

Pure Energy Cookie-Bars

Whole Foods Cookie

Seriously, this recipe took me 20 minutes, from conception to finish. I thought I’d be making a sort of energy bar… Turned out more like a cookie, or even brownie/blondie!

10 minutes to mix ingredients in food processor and 10 minutes in the oven (in a pie tin sprayed with coconut oil).

Organic medjool dates, raw almond butter, Himalayan salt, hemp protein (Manitoba HempPro70 has delicious flavor and is high in protein), organic raw oat bran, unsweetened organic almond milk, organic raw coconut sugar, organic raw cocoa nibs, organic raw hemp seeds (hemp hearts), organic sesame seeds, organic coconut oil.

20130416-122542.jpg(I did not bake on the metal thing the cookie is resting on. That is just what I was cooling it on. I baked in a pie mold. And, in the photo, the cookie is actually flipped upside down.)

Maybe the best cookie I’ve ever had.

Great source of fiber.
Great source of protein
Great source of antioxidants
Great source of health-promoting fats
Great source of minerals.

No cane sugar!

I might re-make them into little muffin-things. ;)
Could be good with added spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, and cayenne!! :p