Saturday, February 6, 2010

A Birthday Cake

A dear friend requested a birthday cake recipe and this was the one I was most fond of when we created and tested hundreds of recipes for the ph Miracle books. For more and more great recipes consider investing in the pHmiracle and cooking books

Carrot Seed Cake with Whipped topping

1 C spelt flour
1/2 C ground amaranth flour
1/2 C seed flour (raw pumpkin,sunflower,sesame and flax)
1 1/2 tsp baking soda
1 tsp real salt
1/2 tsp green raw stevia powder
2 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp nutmeg
1 C soy or almond milk
1/3 C of coconut oil
1/2 tsp vanilla
1 tsp lemon juice
2 C organic grated carrots

Preheat oven 350.
Grind seed flour
Combine dry ingredients and mix well
Combine liquid ingredients
Mix together and then fold in carrots
Pour into oiled 8X8 pan.
Bake for 20 minutes and serve with Whipped topping

Whipped topping

1/2 Carton silken tofu
1/3 C coconut milk
2 tsp non alcohol vanilla (Fronteir brand)
1/4 tsp stevia
1 Tbsp lemon juice

Blend ingredients until smooth and creamy in food processor

Friday, February 5, 2010

What's for Dinner?

Good stuff as always...

Warm Quinoa Tabbouleh, Green Shake and Kale Salad

I won't post the Kale Salad or the Green shake since they are posted in previous posts. I did add mixed berries again for the kids though:)

Warm Tabbouleh

3 Cups cooked Quinoa
1-2 large bunches of Organic parsley finely chooped
4 vine ripe organic tomatoes finely chopped
juice of 1 lime or lemon
olive oil and garlic real salt to taste
(at the end)

Combine all raw ingredients in with the cooked Quinoa and serve. I just drench it at the end with the oil and salt until I like the taste:)

Ashr Muesli

Ashr Muesli

4 C raw GF Oats, and or raw buckwheat
4-5 C organic coconut milk (or almond)
1/2 C sliced almonds

1/8 C raw pumpkin seeds, sunflower ,sesame and hemp seeds and chia
1/2 C raw shredded org coconut
Sweeten with agave ,honey or a bit of coconut sugar and cinnamon to taste:)

Combine all ingredients, let it sit overnight in a large bowl covered in the fridge for at least an hour or leave it overnight for a yummy morning meal. This makes quite a bit so you can feed your whole family. Top with fresh berries, walnuts or whatever your heart desires:)

Sat Nam, Ash

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

A Sweet Treat

These are a great sweet treat once in a while

Cocoa Coconut Macaroons

-6 cups dried unsweetened raw coconut flakes
-1.5 cups raw cacao powder
-1.5 cups agave nectar
-4 tbsp virgin coconut oil

In a bowl, whisk the coconut flakes with the cacao powder until all the coconut becomes brown. Mix the agave nectar with the coconut oil until well incorporated and pour into the bowl with the other ingredients. Stir with a spatula to blend everything and then mix some more with your hands to make sure everything is sticking together. Now take a measuring spoon of 1 tbsp and scoop out 1 tbsp of pressed and leveled cookie mixture. Place it on a non-stick sheet lined on a dehydrator tray. Continue until you use up all the dough. Once you have all your cookies shaped, dehydrate* them for about 20-24 hours at 41 C (105 F)

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Breakfast Time Again

Beau and I made granola tonight while the boys were at the game. This is a gluten free recipe for my CharLee Bear who looooves granola in the morning.

Raw Gluten Free Granola

3 C organic rolled oats
1 C raw buckwheat groats
1 C org sesame seeds
1 C org sunflower seeds
1/2 C ground flax seeds
1/2 C hemp seeds
1/4 C pH Miracle biolive sprout powder
1/2 C org almond butter
Cinnamon and Agava nectar to desired taste

I store it in the fridge in a large ziplock or container. Good in the morn with coconut, almond, soy or raw milk.

Monday, February 1, 2010

Utah Valley Health Clinic

I have received some help from this great holistic clinic in Orem. It is a ND clinic. I highly recommend it to all who seek out answers for their own and their kids health.
Their phone number is #801-374-5677

Me and baby Andi met with Julie, she was great. The prices are also very reasonable considering they don't take insurance.

I also recommend Dr. Diana Farley Jones, our family doctor who is an MD and a ND. She is located in North Lehi, #801-407-3000.

Hope this helps:)

This is a fun web site with some more ideas, they have actually taken quite a few of their recipes from my parents books. I too love the kale tacos. Enjoy!!!