Deliciosos y saludables muffins manzana- canela con betún de tahini dulce 🍏✨ Les dejo mini video del procedimiento y la receta escrita aquí ⬇️ Muffins:
2 tazas de harina de avena.
1/2 taza de harina de semilla de girasol pelada.
1 cucharada de canela.
1 cucharada de polvo de hornear.
1 punto de nuez moscada.
300ml de "leche" vegetal (usé de soja).
1 cucharadita de vainilla
120 gramos de manzanas deshidratadas.
2 plátanos. Betún:
Media taza de dátiles deshuesados remojados.
3 cucharadas de tahini.
1 cucharadita de vainilla.
60ml de "leche" vegetal.
1 punto de sal.
En un bowl agregar todos los ingredientes secos ( harinas, canela, nuez moscada, polvo de hornear) revolver muy bien y reservar. Agregar a la licuadora nuestras manzanas deshidratadas y procesarlas a velocidad baja solo para que se corten ligeramente en trocitos, reservamos. Agregar a la licuadora la leche, los plátanos, la cucharadita de vainilla, procesamos y agregamos la mezcla a nuestro bowl e integramos perfectamente con los ingredientes secos. Posteriormente agregar las manzanas en trocitos, revolver hasta integrar todo muy bien, la mezcla resultante es un poco espesa.
Engrasar ligeramente nuestro molde de muffins con aceite de coco, agregar mezcla hasta 3/4 partes del molde y llevar al horno precalentado a 180° durante 30 minutos.
Para el betún solo necesitamos colocar los dátiles, la vainilla, el punto de sal, la leche y el tahini en nuestra licuadora y procesar hasta que quede cremosito.
Para la presentación solo les agregué betún con una cuchara, un trocito de manzana deshidratada y canela en polvo.
Quedan súper ricos 😍
Un gran abrazo y la mejor vibra 💚 🙌
I HATE MY EYES.
My 4-year-old niece said this to me a few weeks ago. She continued to explain they were too small, she didn't like her face, and that she wished her hair was longer.
She is surrounded by a family of supportive loving humans, myself included, which means this rhetoric is coming from elsewhere: meaning, everywhere, outside the home.
We need - we must- change the language and the conversations around our bodies, what we look like, and what it means. We must change them for all humans and children, but in particular young girls, who on average begin to be targeted by the mainstream beauty, health, fitness and " wellness" industries from a much early age. We are inundated with false expectations from these industries, non-stop, our whole lives.
My niece wants her eyes to be a certain way, because she assumes there is one standard. There isn't. This extends to all bodies and all body parts. We aren't all aspiring to one body, one look, one size, or one shape. They all deserve inclusion and they are all worthy.
Since I stopped boxing, I gained roughly 10 pounds. Due to the glory that is deadlifting, I am confident 5 pounds has gone to each thigh, and I am elated. These legs are strong, significant; and capable. These feelings are not deterred by the bullshit of the " thigh gap goal" or the notion of perfect legs being slim and lean. My legs are perfect because they are mine (and they can literally crush anyone who says differently.) Stop teaching and talking about bodies and looks in a manner which offers only one set precedent. Start talking about them in a way which celebrates all, honours all, and fosters a greater sense of self worth and confidence overall.
If anyone tries to tell you differently, send them to me and my (amazing) thunder thighs to have a word or two.
You are stunning, strong, capable, and above all: perfection in your own being.
If I could get you to do one thing it would be listen to Plant Yourself Podcast #305!!!!!!!! Why? The most amazing person being interviewed is Joseph Alexander and his story is one for the books."Just start" and "100%" are his words. I have been on a journey to health with Joseph for two years. We started the Engine 2 Seven Day Rescue together and I consider him a friend. He was 438 pounds and a diabetic. Not anymore. I watched him SAVE HIS LIFE!!!! He speaks so well and he inspires me to keep on my healthy journey.He will shake you up and make you rethink what you know about food.Please give it a listen!! I finished it today and it was so good!!!!! Plant Yourself Podcast is available on Spotify, Apple Podcast and on Howard's website, www.plantyourself.com. Check out Joseph's Facebook page Become Greater, he is worth your time❤❤❤ @askhowie#plantyourself#engine2#sevendayrescue#heartstrong#plantstrong#plantsarelife
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Today's fine dust level is really bad😭
Please put on a mask when you visit us!!
We prepared delicious healthy raw treats for you❤❤
It's bit painful with fine dust but refresh your day with our raw sweets!
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Not sure what I came up with here but I think I like it.
It’s Friday, my eldest daughter and I have spent the day running, swimming and working out, so I believe it’s time to relax and enjoy the start of the weekend with some vegan cheese, a few nibbles and a glass or 2 of @desaliswines Lofty Chardonnay. Happy Friday to you and yours 😀 #winetine#fridayfeels#happyweekend
6 70an hour ago
170kg PB 🌱
1 19an hour ago
Counting the days till we get to return to our favorite beachside spot 🌊🌞💃🏻
Doing all the good things for my gut without the fuss. Blend pineapple with grapefruit and some ice to get this super creamy mix 🌱💚
2 571 hours ago
In the mood for yummy vegan pancakes 🥞😋 Read below for the full recipe. Btw in this recipe I added cinnamon extract powder from @herbilogy that has benefit to lower your cholesterol level ❤️
Cinnamon Banana Pancakes (Vegan)
1 banana (mashed)
1 cup almond milk
1 cup all purpose flour
1 tbsp cocoa powder
1 tbsp baking powder
1 tbsp castor sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
A pinch of sea salt
1 tsp Herbilogy cinnamon extract powder
1 tbsp coconut oil or more for frying (depends on the size of the pan)
- Wet ingredients: mix mashed banana, vanilla extract & almond milk, set aside
- Dry ingredients : In a mixing bowl, put the rest of ingredients except coconut oil
- Whisk gently the dry ingredients with the wet one. Don’t whisk too much, it can make the pancakes heavy & not fluffy. Once done, set aside for approximately 5 minutes
- Prepare the pan, spread the surface of the pan with coconut oil (heat over medium low heat). Pour the batter into the pan once hot. If you already see bubbles (take about 3 to 4 minutes) & are done around the edges, flip over. Repeat for the rest batter
- Garnish with desired toppings
Stuffed Butternut Squash 🧡
1 butternut squash
1 cup chickpeas
1/2 cup cooked (red) quinoa
1/2 cup pomegranate seeds
1/2 of a red onion
2 garlic cloves
2 large handful of fresh spinach
Juice of 1 lemon
1 tsp harissa seasoning (or more to taste)
Salt and pepper
Preheat oven to 425 F (220 C).
Cut butternut squash in half, scoop out the seeds and put both pieces on a lined baking sheet (cut side up).
Bake for 45 to 60 minutes (depending on its size) until fork tender.
Finely dice onion and garlic and sauté on medium heat with a splash of water until slightly browned and fragrant.
Add chickpeas, spinach (chopped), quinoa, lemon juice, pomegranate seeds, harissa seasoning, salt and pepper (to taste). When butternut squash is done, take it out of the oven and let it cool down a bit to scoop out some of the flesh (but just enough to have space for the filling). Stuff with the chickpea mix and put it back in the oven for 5 minutes or just enjoy as it is! 🧡
Add a drizzle of runny tahini on top!
Use the remaining butternut for another recipe, like hummus, baked goods, cheese sauce, a smoothie, oatmeal etc! (I scooped out about half a cup and used it to make hummus)
I always cook a full cup of quinoa instead of just the small amount necessary for a recipe and refrigerate the rest for another meal.
Kale would also work well instead of spinach (or both😋)