Yule Kaka (Christmas Cake) is a tradition in our house. Yule kaka is a sweet, buttery, cardamom-flavoured fruit bread that is eaten with jam and cream. I was delighted to find that cashew butter and flour have just the right sort of fat and flavor to be a perfect substitute for wheat flour in this recipe. Personally I find it especially delicious with raspberry or rose-hip jam. The slight tartness that they add to this treat is just the thing. This year I tried it with goji berries, dried cherries and pistachio nuts. But I think it would be much better without the pistachios and with raisins as well.
December 24th, 2012 | Bakery, Breakfast, Dairy, Fertility, GAPS/SCD, Gluten Free, Grain-Free, Holiday, Recipes, Sweets, World, bread, cardamom, Christmas, cream, festive, fruit, goji, raisin, Swedish, sweet, Yule Kaka
July 27th, 2011
This is a really delicious recipe and makes great muffins. It can also be made into a loaf of bread which makes a great grain-free raisin bread. 1/2 c honey 1/4 c butter 1 c cashew butter (raw) 2 c almond flour (blanched) 1 t baking soda 5 eggs 1 c raisins 1/4 c honey-candied citrus ...
April 15th, 2010
This recipe has developed over the years from Sally Fallon's recipe for raisin chutney in her wonderful cookbook Nourishing Traditions. 3 c organic raisins 1 t red chili flakes 1/2 head garlic, crushed 2 T coriander seeds 1 T cumin seeds 4-5 cloves 1 T fenugreek seeds 2-3 cardamom pods ...