I haven’t tested this recipe, but it looks yummy, and healthier than my sweet refrigerator pickles, which are loaded with sugar (which is one reason why I haven’t posted the recipe yet, and am not yet sure if I will, if I even still have the recipe or can remember how I made it, but maybe I will…). Back when I was making the corn pancakes and the pumpkin pancakes and the borscht, I was staying with a woman who I’ll call “Mrs. B”. I dug this out of the recipe box on her counter.
Fluffy, creamy, and sweet. This delicious treat is simple and easy to make. I whipped it up yesterday and mixed it into rice with some sliced banana and roasted sunflower seeds (actually, I thought I was buying pumpkin seeds and should have paid more attention, but the sunflower seeds were ok) to make a kind of rice pudding, but can imagine that this would be a delicious compliment to pumpkin, apple, or any kind of sweet pie, cobbler, pudding, fruit salad, or a crisp. This is one that I think I can make over and over again (when I’m not making fig spread). It’s simple, quick, and easy, too. You only need two ingredients and a few minutes.
You can change the flavor by selecting or excluding some of these ingredients. I have enjoyed these flavors with noodles and sesame seeds, tofu and vegetables, beans and even vegan ham.
I bought a salad from the market on Monday. They come with dressing which, as far as I understand, contains milk and/or mayonnaise (may depend on the dressing). I slept in this morning and decided to eat the salad for breakfast. Of course, I discarded the dressing, and whipped up this better one…
Like honey roasted peanut butter or peanut butter with honey, but different and not really peanut butter. It’s good on bread, though.
I definitely recommend that you try this one. I’ve been desiring, if not craving peanut butter for at least a few weeks now, but not willing to get the tiny jars of the unhealthy stuff from Tesco. I was disappointed to find out that these plastic containers (at Tesco) of something that looked like peanut butter at first glance was actually palm sugar. I have not yet purchased any peanut butter from the shop/people near the academy who are selling it nor the man who I heard made healthy peanut butter, but I did buy some peanuts on my last trip to Tesco, and some coconut milk and honey from the pharmacy, and some bread from the academy bakery, so I whipped up this treat. Believe it or not, it’s better straight out of the container than it is on bread. I thought of saving some for tomorrow, but ate it all for supper (and I had some bread, too).