Well, one of my guests broke a bowl that held my soaking oats. So she put my soaked oats, with cinnamon and stevia, on a saucer. I saw it the next morning and saw it was now an oat cake! And gosh, I loved the oatcakes when I traveled around Scotland. I know they were probably for the children, but I loved them. And here is my recipe.
- 4 c. oats
- 1 c. platano or other gluten-free flour; potato is good
- 1/2 tsp. baking soda
- 1/4 c. coconut oil
- 1 tsp. salt
- 1/2 tsp. stevia powder
- 1 c. cinnamon tea
- 1 T. honey
options: chocolate bits, cacao nibs;
- Pre-heat the oven or dehydrator.
- Mix together the dry ingredients. Add the oil in little shavings until the mixture looks like it has large bread crumbs.
- Add your tea bit by bit and combine until you have a somewhat thick dough. The amount of water varies; depending on the oats.
- Pack into a loaf shape on your dehyrator or broiler. Dehydrate 105 degrees for 1-4 hours, or bake for appprox. 20-30mins. or until slightly golden brown.
- Brush with honey the last few minutes.
Word of the Day – vender – to sell
Tip of the Day – You’ll see the signs “Se vende”- for sale signs all around, handwritten, most often! Keep them in mind if you’re looking.
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