Turmeric Breakfast Muffins — Green Kitchen Stories. We have had an unusually intense relationship with these muffins for the past couple of months.
Different varieties of them have been baked almost every weekend morning in our home. I blamed it on that the recipe needed to be perfected, but ahem, this particular version is actually very similar to my first version (they have however been altered a lot in between). The basic idea was pretty clear to me from the beginning; I wanted a muffin that we could enjoy for breakfast without feeling that we actually were eating dessert in the morning (which I am pretty certain most people that eat muffins for breakfast feel). Of course, muffin by definition is a dessert, but I at least only wanted to fill them with ingredients that normally made an appearance on our breakfast table. So, no artificial sweeteners, only bananas and a few dates.
The result is a kind of mash-up between a banana pancake, oatmeal, granola and our turmeric lassi. A large handful blueberries, frozen or fresh. Crème pâtissière à l'érable et fruits frais. Photos de la recette Vous réalisez l’une de nos recettes?
Partagez les photos de votre chef-d’œuvre culinaire sur notre site Web et courez la chance de gagner un magnifique tablier de Recettes Québécoises. Il y aura un tirage par mois. Ingrédients 2 jaunes d'oeufs 1 1/3 tasse (325 ml) de lait 1/3 tasse (75 ml) de sirop d'érable pur 2 c. à soupe (30 ml) de fécule de maïs 2 pêches, poires ou bananes pelées et tranchées Préparation À l'aide d'un fouet, mélangez, dans une petite casserole, les jaunes d'oeufs, le lait, le sirop d'érable et la fécule de maïs jusqu'à l'obtention d'une consistance homogène.
Commentaire du cuisiner Pour : 4 personnes Conseil Vous pouvez employer tous les types de fruits, frais, en conserve ou surgelés. Notes personnelles. The Life-Changing Loaf of Bread. It took me a long time to settle on the title for this post.
Why? Because it’s quite a statement to suggest that a humble loaf of bread will change your life. I am willing to be so bold. When I began eating healthier, bread was definitely on my hit list. Not because bread is inherently “bad” (in my books nothing is that black and white), but that I knew when I was basing three meals a day around a loaf of crusty, white French loaf, something had to give. Now, that isn’t to say that my love affair with bread ended there. People often ask me why I don’t bake my own bread, and the answer is simple: the Danes just do it better. It wasn’t until I went for lunch at a friend’s place a couple weeks ago that my life changed.
Friendly Fiber: Psyllium Seed HusksYou’re probably asking yourself how the heck this bread holds itself together without any flour. Psyllium seed husks are one of nature’s most absorbent fibers, able to suck up over ten times their weight in water. Third. Directions: 1. 1. Gaufres sans gluten - FQMC. Ingrédients 1 1/2 tasses (375 mL) farine de riz 2 c. thé ( 10 mL) poudre à pâte 1/2 c. à thé (2 mL) sel 1 c. à thé (5 mL) sucre 1 tasse (250 mL) lait 1 c. à table (15 mL) huile 2 jaunes d'oeufs 2 blancs d'oeufs Préparation Battre les blancs d'oeufs jusqu'à ce qu'ils soient mousseux.
Mettre de côté. Mélanger la farine, la poudre à pâte, le sel et le sucre. In the Buff Smoothie Bowl — Oh She Glows. Chia Bircher Muesli Recipe. Nutritional information Serves 2 As simple as combining a few ingredients in a bowl and refrigerating overnight, Bircher muesli is the go-to choice for a nutritious, quick-and-delicious breakfast. ¾ cup regular rolled oats ¾ cup almond milk, plus more for serving ⅓ cup freshly squeezed orange juice ½ cup (packed) grated apple 2 Tbs. golden raisins 1 Tbs. chia seeds ½ cup fresh berries or sliced summer fruit 2 Tbs. chopped walnuts Pure maple syrup, optional 1 | Stir together oats, ¾ cup almond milk, orange juice, apple, and raisins in medium bowl.
Fold in chia seeds. 2 | Serve topped with berries and walnuts, and drizzled with almond milk and maple syrup (if using). July/August 2015 p.42.