My favorite cereal of all time! This cereal is both crispy and soft with a buckwheat, cacao, and vanilla dough that is dehydrated until crispy. Next I add in a cranberry, raisin, flax seed, cookie that is chewy, soft, and super good! Last but not least a nut milk that fuses the flavors together. Whats better then a raw cereal to start your day? Watch the video at this link! http://amandanicolesmithrecipes.blogspot.com/2012/02/crispy-cook...
If you love to sprout, but don't always know what to do with all those wheat berries, try this amazingly easy recipe.
These cookies will blow you away, They are sweet, chewy, and cinnamon spiced. Perfect for a quick breakfast, or afternoon snack. Even a late night sweet tooth craving.
It seems like a lot of cinnamon, but once they are dehydrated, the flavors marry and they are perfect
Warning: The mixture is very thick, be careful not to burn up your blender. Add enough water to keep it moving but not runny.
I love snow-cones. I've been wanting to make some with natural syrups and unique flavors, and I still have that idea in my back pocket for later use.
I also always imagined cubing watermelon and freezing them for instant popsicle bites.
Something finally propelled me into the kitchen, which combines these two previous wants of mine.
I came across a recipe for watermelon granita. It looked like a snow cone and used mostly just watermelon!
Wow. So I did a little research and found many different ways to approach the watermelon granita, and the granita alone as well. I also discovered that it's a treat, which hails from Sicily, and typically is made in lemon style, but can also be found with chocolate, almond, jasmine, mint, and mandarin orange flavor! Sweet. It also various in texture from city to city across the island, and is coarsest in Palmero on the west coast and finest, like a sorbet, on the east. Interesting.
So I got the basic idea of how granita with watermelon is made and then threw my own version together.