When I talk about soul food, I mean exactly food LIKE THAT!
Find here my favorite Autumn Porridge bowl that comes along with creamy chocolate oats and Ashwagandha! Spices like cinnamon and cardamom will keep you warm and cosy during your day, while toppings like almond butter and cashews will help you to ground and nourish yourself.
★ 1 Cups of Gluten-free oats/Oats, soaked overnight
★ 1-2 Cups of plant milk of choice
★ 2 Tsp. raw cocoa
★ ½ Tsp. Ashwagandha
★ ½ Tsp. Cardamom
★ ½ Tsp. Cinnamon
★ ½ Banana, 1 small apple, frozen raspberries, chias, gojis, cocoa nibs, cashews, almond butter
★ Soak the oats again overnight and add your plant milk in the morning and start slowly to warm it up!
★ Slice your banana, apple and add them into a small pan. Heat them slowly and add raspberries at the end. You can add maple syrup to sweeten it more.
★ Add the spices to your warm oats and mix and stir well for another ﬁve minutes. Add maybe more plant milk if needed.
★ Put your oats in a bowl and top with the warm banana and apple slices and raspberries. Add almond butter, gojis, chias and cocoa nibs.
★ Eat and enjoy warm and melting again. Ashwagandha will give your extra energy and takes your stress away!
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Wishing you a beautiful start into the new season, love and good vibes!
Peeps, I can´t believe it´s already September! We are
heading now straight into a new season and so this weekend I would like to
celebrate with you the September harvest month and transition into fall with
this delicious raw cake with plums and figs!
Yes. Raw cake. Raw cake is a passion of mine I can´t hide.
Once I tasted a raw cake I never had any cravings for normal cake again. But
raw cake got also some cooling qualities, because it must be served a bit cold
– so it is perfect for summer and the beginning of September! This cake is also
a win for Thanksgiving folks!
As we have so many plums now, I thought this is the perfect
way to start into the new month!
Also find my reccomendations today for a perfect September/Autumn diet! If you change your nutrition now a bit, you will have a smoothe transition into the cooler seasons! Promise. Find the post here:
Let´s get started to prepare that cake!
For the bottom you will need:
1 cup of almonds, soaked in water overnight
1 cup of Medjool dates, soaked overnight
4 tbsp. raw cacao powder
1 tsp. Turmeric powder
1 pinch of cardamom
1 pinch of himalayan pink salt
1 pinch ground nutmeg
For the Cheesecake you will need:
2 cups of Cashews, soaked in water overnight
1 very ripe and frozen banana
6 very ripe plums, chopped
4 tbsp. melted coconut oil
5 soft Medjool dates, soaked in water overnight
1 pinch of cinnamon
2 tbsp. maple syrup
1 teaspoon vanilla extract or fresh vanilla (1/2 teaspoon)
2 tbsp. fresh orange juice
½ cup of water fort he consistency, eventually more – but start with less!
For the topping you can use:
4 thinly sliced plums
1 hand full of chopped hazelnuts
1 big ripe fig, thinly sliced
I drizzled also a raw cacao chocolate spread on the cake
Soak all the necessary ingredients over night in
small bowls, covered and room temperature.
Drain the cashews and add them into your
highspeed blender. Add plums, the banana, maple syrup, water, orange juice ,
cinnamon and vanilla and dates and blend the mixture until it´s very smooth.
Eventually you will need more water. The consistency should be creamy and
sticky and not too liquid! Set aside.
Bring now the dates, almonds, vanilla, cacao,
turmeric, cardamom, nutmeg and salt into your blender or – food processor. Add
a little bit of water and pulse until you have a sticky mixture – it shouldn´t
become a paste, their should be little pieces of almonds be seen.
Press the crust now into a small springform and
make it even with a tablespoon. On top, our cheesecake filling! Also tab here
with a teaspoon evenly.
Place your cake in the freezer overnight. Before
you eat the cake, let it sit outside for 15 – 20 minutes and garnish with the
figs, plums and hazelnuts.
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