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Showing posts with label Amaranth. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Amaranth. Show all posts

March 22, 2016

Mocha Almond Fudge Crunch - Breakfast Cereal

I LOVE sprouted quinoa. Once it's sprouted (which is very simple and only takes a day or so), this recipe is quick and easy! See below for sprouting instructions.

Note- don't like mocha? Eliminate coffee extract. Want to avoid cacao? Replace it with carob powder.

January 26, 2015

Muesli Breakfast Mix - "Cream of NO-Wheat"

I'm in LOVE with this delicious blend. Just so you know, some of these ingredients are not raw. Feel free to substitute with a sprouted/dehydrated version. It's Winter on the East Coast, and popped Amaranth and toasted sesame seeds bring out the flavor in this mix! This is one of the tastiest mixes I've made and a favorite in our home.

March 27, 2011

RAWker Jax™

Obviously, I'm on a popped amaranth kick. Sorry - but this stuff is just so much fun!!! So here is an unexpected treat - RAWker Jax -  YUP! These are seriously reminiscent of good 'ole Cracker Jacks. Click HERE for more info on Amaranth.

March 24, 2011

Popped Amaranth Breakfast Blend

We have become serious fans of popped amaranth. After posting the Amaranth Breakfast Pops a few days ago, we had leftover popped amaranth, so I created this delightful breakfast blend and we've been loving it! Great to pack ahead if you are traveling! You can add it to your favorite granola recipe as well.

March 13, 2011

Amaranth Breakfast Pops

When I made these, Amaranth was new to me and I didn't know much about it. The flavor apparently really changes when it's popped, like popcorn, but in a dry pot, no oil.  As a result the amaranth is not raw, but the rest of the ingredients used here are, and these little cuties are bursting with nutritional goodness. I've not tried it yet, but you could sprout the amaranth, dehydrate it, and try the same recipe. We enjoy it this way and don't mind the popping.

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