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=]
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.
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…..=]
In the good sense of the word. It’s my parents birthday today and it’s the perfect reason to go high falutant all the way with their birthday cake, something way fancier than the usual Tuesday night muffins or the movie night cookies. It is all an experiment without plan so I’m deciding what else to put on as I go, let’s see what happens!
We often prepare raw almond milk and I like to collect the remaining “almond meal” for making other stuff, usually cookies, or CAKE, and happens that my dad is a crazy almond lover. Working our way to reduce soy in our diets we have a lot of almond meal right now which means this will be a thick heave cake. So far here it goes..
4 cups amond meal
1 cup sucanat
1/2 cup coconut oil
1 Tbsp. clove powder
2 Tbsp. flax seeds
1/2 cup almond milk
1/2 cup rice flour
Pressed into an oiled pan and into the oven at 420F for an hour or until golden. On a separarate frying pan place..
1/3 cup raw almonds
1/5 cup sucanat
1/4 cup tequila añejo – we’re using Don Julio here=]
1/3 cup silvered coconut
Flambee until all the alcohol evaporates and pour on top of the cake as soon as you take it out from the oven.