Frozen Fudge with Berries and Nuts

I have made the fudge from Luke & Scott’s Clean Living Cook book and changed it to suit my diet:

200g almond meal

10 pitted fresh dates

1 avocado

1 ripe banana

1/2 cup of raw cacao (which was already mixed with cinnamon and chilli, otherwise mix it in)

1/3 cup desiccated coconut

I mixed everything together in a food processor, spread it into a square tin of approximately 15 x 25 cm and froze it for min 2 hours. Then I removed it from freezer and cut it into small squares, which I returned to the freezer to use whenever I felt like a snack. The picture is one of these snacks with toasted nuts, fresh berries and a scoop of coconut yogurt.

For the toasted nuts, I added a few teaspoons of coconut oil and a splash of maple syrup to nuts and pumpkin- and sunflower seeds. Yummy snack by itself!

Enjoy!

 

Writing at the Entrance

I have taken a week off to just BE: to meditate, power-tube, eat only organic and to finally write that book I had been wanting to write for ages: on Maths! Ok, that won’t sound like a lot of fun to most of you, but it won’t be anything like the picture above.

It’s supposed to be funny, creative, interactive and ideal to teach visual learners times tables, so they remember them…and make it easy to get Maths concepts.

Apologies to my family and clients I said ‘no’ to, but I’m rather excited about this and have made a plan to pamper and nurture myself every day.

On the weekend, I have a wonderful masseuse coming up and treat myself and anyone else who wants to come up to the Entrance with massages and harmonizations.