Coconut bars 🌴👊🏽 Desiccated coconut, macadamia nuts, maple syrup, coconut oil, vanilla extract, salt. 😬
Also, it's been a while, so here's an eczema update: skin is getting smoother and smoother everyday alhamdulillah! Almost few to zero cracks, still a little bumpy, but definitely much less drier than 2 weeks ago. Does not itch when in contact with water anymore, though itches when I sweat. I can feel that my skin is thicker, healthier, fragile but stronger. Pigmentation still visible though, but that's the least of my concerns cause the skin is starting to feel like normal skin. 👍🏽 When you start doing something for yourself and look after yourself, you can feel yourself becoming happier too 😊 This lifestyle change is really hands down one of the best decisions I've ever made. 🙌🏽 Alhamdulillahirabbil'alamin. ❤️
#sugarfree#dairyfree#glutenfree#raw#coconutbars AMAZING! #homemade#recipe#fb ---- coconut filling - two cups coconut, 0.25 cup melted coconut oil, 3tsp honey. Blend and pop into ice trays and freeze for 1 hr. chocolate coating - equal parts raw cocoa powder, melted coconut oil. Add honey to taste. Mix well. Remove coconut bites from ice cube tray and cover with chocolate. Store in the fridge and eat within 3 days (if they last that long!) amazing! Fkmunro.com #BookOutAugust
So, this happened in my test kitchen... experimental healthy energy bites... and they are GOOD!! I didn't strictly measure anything, but I actually don't think you have to. Started with about 2 cups of organic dried unsweetened coconut. I rehydrated it with a few tablespoons of water. I let it sit and then made sure it was fully hydrated, but not soggy... texture was light and fluffy (pictured in the last post... the mystery ingredient... don't try cauliflower... inside joke). I mixed in about 1/3 cup coconut oil and 1/3 cup coconut butter (gently heat oil and butter if they are too solid to combine easily). Then I crushed about 1/4 cup raw cacao beans and mixed in. I firmly and evenly pressed this mixture into an 8x8 baking dish lined with parchment paper (for easy removal). This goes into the freezer to harden up while I make the chocolate layer which consists of raw cacao butter (maybe 1/2 cup melted in a double boiler), raw cacao powder (about 1/4 cup), real vanilla extract (1/2 teaspoon), raw honey (about 1 tablespoon). When cacao butter is melted, turn off heat and mix in all other ingredients. Taste test for your desired sweetness. When happy with flavor, pour chocolate over the frozen coconut and the pop back in to the freezer until chocolate layer has hardened. Remove from freezer and pop out of dish. This should be easy if you lined with the parchment paper. Cut into squares and keep in the refrigerator until you want to eat one... or two. Note: Coconut oil could be substituted for the cacao butter. And note: this would probably be good with nuts sprinkled on top because sometime you feel like a nut 😜
Lo que más extraño estos días son estas 'Barras' Energéticas de Muesli hechas en casa 🏡 Usando el mejor Muesli del mundo mundial @dearmuesli 🌟 Raw Muesli Bars ✨(We'll call them bars because the intention was for them to have that shape k)
Heading to one of our favourite cities, Edinburgh, tomorrow. So we are making sure we have lots of healthy snacks to keep us going🏃🏼. These tasty treats are made with the coconut pulp left over from making coconut milk, coconut oil, lemon juice, lemon zest, raw honey and some cinnamon. The topping is 85% chocolate melted with coconut oil and poured on top. Leave in the fridge to set. Excited for our trip!!