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Plum delights

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it’s been a lack of updates recently. i’ve been preparing for and starting school again, that’s why. though i’ve had time to make use of those early autumn delights. these plums made two wonderful breakfasts.

Breakfast muffins with plums
– 2 big, or three small
1 egg
1/4 dl ground flax seeds
1/2 dl oats flour (made from ca 1 dl oats)
A little more than 1/2 dl almond flour
1/2 dl oat milk
1 tbsp agave syrup/honey
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp cardamom, freshly ground
1 tbsp olive oil
a pinch of sea salt
one small plum

mix the dry ingredients and whisk up the egg. mix the two parts together with the olive oil, syrup and oat milk. pour the batter in to muffin forms and put a couple of slices of plum in each of them. bake off in the oven at  200°c for ca 15 min.

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Plum pie crumble
you can see the recipe above but i’ll type it out aswell

3 plums, wedged
1 dl (100 ml) oats
3/4 dl (75 ml) almond flour
1/2 dl (50 ml) coconut sugar
30 g butter
ground cardamom

wedge the plums, put in a tray and sprinkle with cardamom. using your hands, mix together the rest of the ingredients into a crumble and cover the fruit. bake for ca 15 minutes at 175°c, or until golden. indulge with greek/turkish yoghurt on the side.

All content by © Sofia Hellsten 2010-2013. All rights reserved.

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Coconut and yoghurt ice-cream

if you have an ice-cream maker at hand – this is a super fast after dinner treat. (i make up reasons to bring out mine)

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perfect for 2 people
1 can of coconut milk (400 ml)
1/2 dl (50 ml) turkish/greek yoghurt
1 1/2 star anise, pounded in a mortar (or why not caradamom?)
2 tbsp honey
coconut flakes
cocoa nibs
cherries, for serving

put the can of coconut milk in the freezer for 30-60 min (or keep it in the fridge for a couple of hours). then scoop out the creamy part, leaving the water out. stir together the coconut cream, yoghurt, star anise and honey (flavor with more honey if you want it sweeter). pour into the ice-cream maker and when almost done add some cocoa nibs and coconut flakes. put the ice-cream in an airtight container and keep in the freezer for 1-2 hours. i’m afraid keeping it for too long in the freezer will make this ice-cream too icy… is best served freshly whipped up. with some cherries on top. the star anise just gives of a hint of flavor and the yoghurt a nice sour tang.

All content by © Sofia Hellsten 2010-2013. All right reserved.

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