Vegan Egg Nog… Happy Holidays!

Vegan Egg Nog

This is a great recipe to substitute the traditional egg nog. I served it during this Holidays and I must tell you everybody loved it! Including my parents and their friends, who are not vegan, picky in their drinks and have high standards, so good! You can vary the proportions to match your taste, add more or less milk to make it as heavy and dense as you like, play with the banana/avocado ratio to vary the taste. You can even make it all raw using raw coconut and almond milk, all good healthy fats, ninja!

2 ripe avocados
1 banana
1 1/2 cup coconut milk
2 cups almond milk
Agave nectar to taste
1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
Optional 4 oz. rum – for this I like to use Appleton Estate or Captain Morgan, but choose your favorite! Malibu goes really good specially using coconut milk, you can also use vodka or skip the alcohol entirely!

Cheers and Happy Holidays!

Spicy Banana Ninja Delight Cake!! [wheat and gluten free]

spice banana ninja delight cake

spice banana ninja delight cakeAloha Happy Ninja People….  and now…. BAKE!

1 cup quinoa flour
1 cup oat bran
1 cup rye flour
3 cups spelt flour
3 teaspoons grounded cinnamon
1 teaspoon tea Masala (the real one with real spices NO flavorings)
1 1/2 cups soy milk, use any milk you want, we used soy as it is what we had, I believe coconut would have been super fly=]
3 bananas
2/3 cup coconut oil
2/3 cup sliced almonds
Juice of two limes, Limon if you can find them

Mix all the dry ingredients together with liquid coconut oil.

Blend Bananas and “milk”.

Slowly add milk/banana mixture to dry ingredient/oil mix.

Add almonds

Pour into pan and bake at 350-375 for around an hour, you’ll have to start poking it with a knife or chopstick and once nothing to sticks to chopstick/knife, it’s ready!

Ha! Nom nom… Munching in the cozziness of my parents house, is there anything better? I get the munchiness from my dad so baking for him something super healthy is really cool! All the spices and flavor is totally Chris so let’s see what he says!  Chris says, you have the picture for this thing unless I ate that as well…..=]

Mulegé smoothie… yum, yum…

pedaling for peace - green smoothie named Mulege, part of a superfood diet

Mulegé is rad. Definitely. We didn’t plan on staying here, after Santa Rosalía we thought of going straight to Santispac about ten miles south from here, a beautiful beach and stay camping there a day or two…  the heat coming here was so hard that by the time we reached Mulegé, we had no energy for those ten miles, figured we could rest here for the night and carry on the next morning early… it’s been four days and we are still finding reasons to stay each morning, having the best time with some rad people!!

At the moment we’re staying with a super cool couple in their small house that is such a sweet spot! one of the reasons it’s so sweet are the numerous fruit plants around; we have figs, bananas, different type of mangoes… time for a smoothie!! and nothing beats collecting your food from your garden!!!  so put everything on the blender and enjoy. This recipe is loaded with potassium, and vitamins, depending on your appetite, this is serves for about two people;)

2 banana -an excellent source of potassium and B6 vitamin, therefore a good staple food for athletes!!

6 fresh figs -a good source of vitamin K, more potassium, magnesium, calcium and manganese.

1 orange -loading you up with some good C vitamin

2 mangoes

2 teaspoons chlorella powder -we try to have some chlorella or spirulina with us always, a punch of protein, iron, clorophyll and so many vitamins and minerals.

2 teaspoons bee pollen -not considered vegan but we do have some every now and then, suuuuuper nutritious, great for your immune and nervous systems specially.

1 tablespoon hemp seeds

Mulegé is rad. Definitely. We didn’t plan on staying here, after Santa Rosalía we thought of going straight to Santispac about ten miles south from here, a beautiful beach and stay camping there a day or two…  the heat coming here was so hard that by the time we reached Mulegé, we had no energy for those ten miles, figured we could rest here for the night and carry on the next morning early… it’s been four days and we are still finding reasons to stay each morning, having the best time with some rad people!!

At the moment we’re staying with a super cool couple in their small house that is such a sweet spot! one of the reasons it’s so sweet are the numerous fruit plants around; we have figs, bananas, different type of mangoes… time for a smoothie!! and nothing beats collecting your food from your garden!!!  so put everything on the blender and enjoy. This recipe is loaded with potassium, and vitamins, depending on your appetite, this is serves for about two people;)

2 banana -an excellent source of potassium and B6 vitamin, therefore a good staple food for athletes!!

6 fresh figs -a good source of vitamin K, more potassium, magnesium, calcium and manganese.

1 orange -loading you up with some good C vitamin

2 mangoes

2 teaspoons chlorella powder -we try to have some chlorella or spirulina with us always, a punch of protein, iron, clorophyll and so many vitamins and minerals.

2 teaspoons bee pollen -not considered vegan but we do have some every now and then, suuuuuper nutritious, great for your immune and nervous systems specially.

1 tablespoon hemp seeds

Mulegé smoothie… yum, yum…

pedaling for peace - green smoothie named Mulege, part of a superfood diet

Mulegé is rad. Definitely. We didn’t plan on staying here, after Santa Rosalía we thought of going straight to Santispac about ten miles south from here, a beautiful beach and stay camping there a day or two…  the heat coming here was so hard that by the time we reached Mulegé, we had no energy for those ten miles, figured we could rest here for the night and carry on the next morning early… it’s been four days and we are still finding reasons to stay each morning, having the best time with some rad people!!

At the moment we’re staying with a super cool couple in their small house that is such a sweet spot! one of the reasons it’s so sweet are the numerous fruit plants around; we have figs, bananas, different type of mangoes… time for a smoothie!! and nothing beats collecting your food from your garden!!!  so put everything on the blender and enjoy. This recipe is loaded with potassium, and vitamins, depending on your appetite, this is serves for about two people;)

2 banana -an excellent source of potassium and B6 vitamin, therefore a good staple food for athletes!!

6 fresh figs -a good source of vitamin K, more potassium, magnesium, calcium and manganese.

1 orange -loading you up with some good C vitamin

2 mangoes

2 teaspoons chlorella powder -we try to have some chlorella or spirulina with us always, a punch of protein, iron, clorophyll and so many vitamins and minerals.

2 teaspoons bee pollen -not considered vegan but we do have some every now and then, suuuuuper nutritious, great for your immune and nervous systems specially.

1 tablespoon hemp seeds

Mulegé is rad. Definitely. We didn’t plan on staying here, after Santa Rosalía we thought of going straight to Santispac about ten miles south from here, a beautiful beach and stay camping there a day or two…  the heat coming here was so hard that by the time we reached Mulegé, we had no energy for those ten miles, figured we could rest here for the night and carry on the next morning early… it’s been four days and we are still finding reasons to stay each morning, having the best time with some rad people!!

At the moment we’re staying with a super cool couple in their small house that is such a sweet spot! one of the reasons it’s so sweet are the numerous fruit plants around; we have figs, bananas, different type of mangoes… time for a smoothie!! and nothing beats collecting your food from your garden!!!  so put everything on the blender and enjoy. This recipe is loaded with potassium, and vitamins, depending on your appetite, this is serves for about two people;)

2 banana -an excellent source of potassium and B6 vitamin, therefore a good staple food for athletes!!

6 fresh figs -a good source of vitamin K, more potassium, magnesium, calcium and manganese.

1 orange -loading you up with some good C vitamin

2 mangoes

2 teaspoons chlorella powder -we try to have some chlorella or spirulina with us always, a punch of protein, iron, clorophyll and so many vitamins and minerals.

2 teaspoons bee pollen -not considered vegan but we do have some every now and then, suuuuuper nutritious, great for your immune and nervous systems specially.

1 tablespoon hemp seeds