November 23rd, 2012 | GAPS/SCD, Gluten Free, Grain-Free, Holiday, Paleo, Recipes, Sweets, ambrosia, antioxidant, cherry, coconut, dates, feature, goji, pecan, pistachio
Cherries and pecans are both incredibly high in antioxidants and the coconut cream and oil in these tasty pompoms are also very good for you. These are easy to make and hard to stop eating! They remind me of Santa’s Whiskers Christmas cookies … they taste like fresh wintery snowballs, especially if you keep them chilled. Maybe it is because I grew up in Papua New Guinea, but I always associate coconut with Christmas.
- 1 c chopped dates
- 1 1/2 c chopped pecans
- 1 c dried cherries
- 2 pods cardamom ground
- dash salt
- 1 c coconut cream (manna)
- 1/2 c butter or coconut oil
- 2 Tablespoons cocoa (optional)
October 27th, 2011
I had a special request to write this recipe down right away so I don't forget it. It is indeed delicious, but I think it is more the care put into finding good ingredients than the precise measurements described in the recipe given below. I've recently been reading about the Sikhs and their culinar ...
January 24th, 2011
I surprised myself by coming up with a new recipe this week while assisting on the Bio-dynamic Craniosacral Therapy course here in Vancouver. I generally take it really easy while doing these trainings as I still tend to get worn down quite easily-although it is much better than a year ago! Love the ...
November 23rd, 2010
This is quite simple to make and is a great SCD or GAPS pie for the Holiday Season. It is quite rich and sweet--very delicious! Pecans are very high in antioxidants so this pie is good for you too. Crust: 2/3 c raw cashew butter
1 1/2c chopped pecans
3 cardamom pods, seeds removed and grou ...
July 21st, 2010
Rose hips can easily be made into a vitamin C rich tasty spread. I make this recipe with dates and apples to sweeten the rose hips. It is best to cook rose hips even though heat breaks down vitamin C. There is also an enzyme in rose hips that also breaks down vitamin C very quickly which is neutral ...
March 5th, 2010
I am about to make another batch of this delicious mustard. I was surprised to find that I haven't posted this recipe yet as it is one of my favorites. The cream cheese helps to preserve the pungency of the mustard, making a delicious condiment which is also a probiotic if made with home-made cream ...
June 28th, 2007
500g (1 lb) dates
1/4 c gin
1/4 c vodka
1 inch grated ginger
5 cardamom pods Method:
Rinse dates, leave the seeds in. Drain well. Place in bottle, add alcohol, cardamom and ginger. Cover. Place in fridge. Turn occasionally to allow liquid to cover dates completely. Keep at le ...
June 18th, 2007
This recipe is an adaptation of a recipe given to me by Oliver Matzer, an easy-going Austrian Chef who has a beautiful style of food, and is owner of More Than Bread, an boutique catering company in Auckland, New Zealand. Makes about a dozen. 2 c whole wheat flour
1 1/2 c yogurt
1 c sof ...