I rode my bike into town today, to save money on taxi fares. And this time I went to Albita’s birthday party. She’s 3 years old! Her mom went all out with delicious food. I wish I’d done this kind of recipe for my kids when they were little! We had fun and I loved them, but sure didn’t always feed them the right things. At least it was done with love, so much love.
-1 ripe banana
-handful of strawberries
-1 hpg. T. raw almond butter
-vanilla creme (recipe below)
-chocolate syrup (Recipe below)
options: pineapple, cacao nibs, coconut, walnuts, almonds
2 c. cashews
3 tbs. coconut oil
1/4 c. coconut or agave nectar
1/4 tsp. sea salt
1 tsp. vanilla extract or 1 pinch vanilla powder
2 T.. coconut or agave nectar
1 to 1 1/2 tsp. cacao powder/carob
1 tsp. water
VANILLA CREME – Do this first. Take all the ingredients, put into the blender for 1 minute or until creamy. pour into a container and let chill in refrigerator for at least 30 minutes prior to use (the linger it has to cool the firmer it gets.)
CHOCOLATE SYRUP – Put all ingredients into a container, put a lid on container and shake until well mixed.
BANANA SPLIT – Split the banana and put the two halves side be side in a bowl. Scoop a large dollop of raw almond butter from your jar and place it in the middle of your banana. Take one large scoop of vanilla cream and place it on your banana to the right of the almond butter, and repeat with another scoop of vanilla creme on the left. Top with strawberries. Drizzle with chocolate syrup and DEVOUR! 🙂
EVEN BETTER IF YOU CAN FIND SO DELICIOUS CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM!
Word of the Day – bicicleta – bicycle
Tip of the Day – “A hot yam given to a child by its mother, will not burn the child.” An old saying from an African tribe I have always loved. When you can’t raise the level of your food, raise the level of your spirit and enjoy the food! Thus raising the energy of the food, as well. All is love.
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