Gluten-free Cinnamon Rolls

When I had that hard, emotional day, the other day, hormones or something. I was eating all the carob chips straight out of the bag. Mixed with cacao nibs. At 7 in the evening. Under the covers. It was that kind of a day. I put the bag with about 1/8 cup left in the fridge, looked up and saw the, “You are loved,” sign, signed by my family. And everything dropped off. Like water. All angst gone. You are loved.  

cinnamon-sticks-and-powder-on-wooden-tableRecipe of the Day – Cinnamon Rolls



– 2 c. walnuts (or almonds). Soak and dehydrate, if desired, for 24 hours, for a nuttier-crunchier taste
-2 c.  pitted dates, soaked, use some of the soak water until you get the dough consistency
-pinch Celtic or Himalayan Crystal salt

2 T coconut oil
2 T. raw coconut crystals
2 T. cinnamon


      1. Puree the nuts, dates and salt in a food processor, adding just enough of the soak water to make a dough.
      2. Dust a cutting board with ground oats and cinnamon powder and press the dough into the pie plate, making an rectangular shape.
      3. Pat down.
      4. Spread the coconut oil over the nut dough and sprinkle with coconut crystals and cinnamon.
      5. Roll it up and slice with a serrated knife.
      6. Warm in the dehydrator at 104 degrees for 4 hours, and top with cashew frosting, if desired.
      7. Store in the refrigerator. If you freeze your rolls, they will keep for months.

1/2 c. coconut oil
1/4 c. raw honey
1/4 c. lemon juice
some of the rind


Word of the Day – fullfilling- el cumplimiento de

Tip of the Day – When a guest is coming over and you don’t have any air fresheners to make your house smell good, stick an apple, cut in quarters, and rolled in cinnamon in the oven at the lowest heat. It will make your house smell like apple pie!

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2 thoughts on “Gluten-free Cinnamon Rolls

  1. On my recent trip to your area down there, I learned the word ‘algarrobina’ = carob. And what you’re getting there is probably native to the Piura province of Per├║, just south of you. Yummy stuff. ­čÖé

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