Sugar is bad.
Sugar is now blamed for the whole worlds diseases.
It is hard to give up the sweet stuff because sweet sensations are one of the most intense sensory pleasures that humans experience in the modern day. Our seeking out of sugary substances exceeds any metabolic need.
Did you know you can still enjoy the food even if it doesn’t have the sugar added?
Try those snacks and indulge in NO-ADDED-SUGAR HEAVEN!
300 g of bananas (weight after peeling)
150 g of dried fruit – I used 100 g of home-made orange peel and 50 g of dried cranberry
100 g of pips – for me half a half pumpkin with sunflower
120 g rolled oatmeal
20 g dates
Warm up the oven to 190 degrees Celsius. Cut the dried fruits into small pieces. Peel the bananas and crush them with a fork and transfer to a large bowl. Add the sliced fruit, seeds, oatmeal and dates to bananas and mix thoroughly. Fill the form with baking paper and fill with the prepared mixture. Cover the surface with another sheet of baking paper and level the surface, pressing it firmly. Put in a preheated oven and bake about 30-35 minutes, until the top gets pretty much brown. Cut immediately after removing from the oven. (You can do it even during baking.) After about 20 minutes, remove the mold, cut the scorched mass into appropriate shapes, and then bake another 10-15 minutes.) After baking, leave for about 5-10 minutes, after which during the time we take it out of the mold, put it on a check and we cool it completely.
Healthy nutty-oat balls
1 cup of cashew nut
1/2 cup oatmeal
1 tablespoon of cocoa (I recommend extra dark)
40 grams of chopped dates
2 tablespoons of peanut butter (from peanuts)
pinch of salt
possibly 4 cubes of crushed dark chocolate
Before you start making balls, know that they are very addictive 🙂 Add cashew nuts, cocoa and oatmeal to the kitchen robot – all right. Add dates and salt and mix again in the blender. Add peanut butter and mix again. If you prepare balls with chocolate, add them to the mass and use the mixer again or mix with a spoon. The finished mass should be quite compact. If it is too dry, add some water or chopped dates. Prepare a nut-chocolate mass, take a spoon and form balls the size of a small walnut.
If you cannot resist the balls, store them in the fridge 😉
30g of buckwheat flour
a pinch of cinnamon
30ml coconut milk
almonds or favorite nuts
butter for lubricating molds
Crush the banana with a fork. Add egg, milk and flour and oatmeal. Mix all the ingredients thoroughly. Wait until the oatmeal swells. At the time, cut the almonds and add to the mass. Set the oven at 190 degrees. Put the dough into the muffled muffin mold and put the fruit on top, with apples and frozen blackberries. Bake for about 30 minutes.
No Bake apple bars
Ingredients (4 oblong bars)
200 g of almonds soaked in water
a handful of dates soaked in boiling water,
2 dried and sliced apples,pinch of cinnamon,
100g of chopped almonds,
1 cup of oatmeal
Mill the dried apples into small pieces, cut the dates into cubes. Place all ingredients in the kitchen robot’s bowl and mix thoroughly. Spread the baking tray 10 × 10 with baking paper, put out the mixture, level the top and put in the fridge for a few hours. When the mass freezes, cut the bars.
Oatmeal and fruit muffins
100 g Fruit Muesli
1 teaspoon warm milk
a pinch of Himalayan salt
1/2 cup hot water
120 ml olive oil
20 grams of dates
2 tablespoons egg
450g of flour
15g dried yeast
1 whole egg for spreading rolls
Mix the flour with yeast, muesli and salt. Mix milk, water, butter, olive oil, blended dates and egg are mixed and poured into dry ingredients. Form a flexible dough and leave to rise for about an hour. Divide the dough into 12 portions and form the rolls. Place them on a baking tray lined with baking paper or a silicone mat and leave it for half an hour. Preheat the oven to 190 ° C. Make a dimple on the buns, eg with a spoon of a wooden spoon, coat it with milk mixed with it and sprinkle with muesli. Bake for about 20 minutes until golden.