Nag champa incense smell in the bedroom. Not living in our own house right now is challenging, but walking into our bedroom and being enveloped in this scent makes me happy. It energetically feels like it makes the space ours even though we are surrounded by my mothers things.
Now, while I wouldn’t exactly call myself a beginner, I have never read one of her books and it is always fun to review the fundamentals of ANY topic you love! I love discovering new techniques and approaches to things I do well 🙂
Superfood Kitchen- Julie Morris Same thing here as above. I love reading new recipes with ingredients I use daily! When you discover a new combination of flavors or textures, it is so exciting! The Law of Divine Compensation- Marianne Williamson
I have so much baggage around the topic of success, especially financial. It stems from a history of simply not valuing myself and I have worked hard over the last few years to overcome it. I chose this book because I still have a lot of resistance to actually choosing to love myself and value my gifts.
Smoothies- I seem to have gotten my smoothie groove back. Here are a few I posted to Instagram
And then there was this:
Frosting made with cashews, coconut sugar, vanilla, probiotic powder and spring water, gently fermented and then chilled. So freaking awesome ;). I am loving the leftover cream with all the fresh berries from the Farmer’s Market.
Lots of work to do before getting ready for tomorrow’s market so off I go!
Last weekend, I realized that I had tons of almond and hazelnut pulp stored in my freezer. And I also really wanted cake. So I defrosted the pulp and got to work creating! And here are the fruits of my labor:
First I set to work on a Carrot Cake.
Horrible pic but delicious cake 🙂 This is made with hazelnut milk pulp, carrot pulp, date past, lucuma, coconut oi and spices and topped with an amazing cashew white chocolate coating.
And then I decided I also wanted a choccie cake!
This one is made with almond pulp, cacao nibs, carob powder, lucuma, purple corn and cacao butter. I think the topping is the same one I used for the carrot cake but with some ground cacao nibs and a bit of chaga powder as well.
And if that wasn’t enough, last week when I placed an order with Raw Living to stock up on my favorite Sunwarrior protein powder, I also bought a mini Quantum Cake made by the delightful Kate Magic.
Anyone wanna pop round for some raspberry leaf/nettle tea and some cake?? 🙂
I am so proud of this cake! I have finally cracked the code on making raw cakes without loads of heavy nuts. It is raw, vegan, totally gluten-free and nut-free.
It’s a seriously dark chocolate base, super dense and creamy with a crunchy white chocolate and purple corn icing.