Just came back from New York! Fresh & fruity in the Netherlands. Immediately busy at arrival. Woke up the next morning at 6 AM to give an online training at a large transport company in the center of the country. The training went well and as expected: in the afternoon I could only dream about sleeping!
Youth sentiment. With my grandparents to the pancake house. Thick large pancakes... eyes bigger than the belly...of course! Or my other grandmothers pancakes. In her tiny kitchen, baked with lots of butter and served by the queen on a beautifully classic plate with golden details. Or the pancakes syrup and cheese from my first boyfriend. I loved the discovery of the sweet and salty combination.
It was my plan to blog three times a week. Monday: Juicy- or shake-it-Monday. Wednesday a juice pulp recipe. Preferably one from the Monday-pulp. And Friday another recipe. It can be anything. From pasta to dessert, something healthy to a guilty pleasure, from sweet to savory and so on. Waiting till Friday with sharing this mindblowing-super-yummie treat? Don't think so!
Use almond flour if you don't have almond pulp
Not long ago, I blogged about how to (easily!) make almond milk with a slowjuicer. Of course an almond pulp recipe followed soon after that > cookies! This was a nice first try-out, but I was sure I could find a better version or develop one. I found this almond pulp chocolate chip bars
Once I organized a high tea and baked an alternative brownie - with honey. It was a request for a friend to have some -refined-sugarless dishes. Well, what did I know. Honey?.... I didn't like it to much. I did make a photo for my blog, but the recipe never made it to the www. "If I eat (or make or post) a brownie, I want a classic brownie," I'd always say. Nothing beats the real thing.
Just went to the gym. Got home and felt like a healthy snack. And guess what I found in my fridge... These yummie bars I made yesterday! Yep home made No Bake Peanut Butter Bars. A damn good snack. And you know what? You make the plain bars in 10 minutes. Want to add the chocolate coat? Add about 5 minutes more. Easy peasy! :)