2 cups rolled oats
1 tbsp chia seeds
1/2 cup slithered almonds
1 tbsp molasses
1 tbsp honey or maple syrup
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp spice
Mix all the dry ingredients together. Drizzled molasses and honey over the oats mixture and mix well. Add water, 1/2 tbsp at a time and mix until everything is paste. Transfer to a greased baking tray and bake for 10 minutes at 350 degrees. Use a spatula to turn and break up the granola. Bake for another 5 minutes.
It’s summer and mangoes are plentiful.
There are a million recipes that can be made using these tasty fruits, which by the way, are one of my favourites.
I tasted this recipe a few years ago and last year a few friends from Trinidad gave me a recipe.
2 semi-ripe mangoes
1 clove garlic, grated
cayenne pepper to taste
Salt to taste
1/2 lemon, juiced
2 tbsp shadow beni or cilantro, finely chopped
Peel and dice mangoes and put into a bowl. Add garlic, pepper, shadow beni and lime juice and mix well. Add salt to taste.
I watched people peel pineapples before and felt confident to give it a go. A sharp knife and a pineapple are pretty much all you need to get the job done.
After the pineapple has been peeled simple remove the seeds by following along the rows or seeds in the pineapple.
For this pineapple, the row weren’t so nice and even so I just followed the pattern of the seeds and I ended up with a piniapple with fact looking rows.
This was a special meal prepared for me. I felt so special.
I didn’t ask for recipe. I simply ate it and enjoyed.
When I was younger there we loads of pomegranate trees around us. Everytime we went to the supermarket we would pick some and eat. Sometimes we would bite into the bitter skin by mistake in our zeal to devour the juicy seeds!
In my teens, I replaced eating Pemergranates with all kinds of junk food. But in adulthood I returned to those childhood foods that we not only delicious but healthy.
Recently I went by my mother and enjoyed one of her delicious pomegranates. Yum!
Here is a shot of a pomegranate from my mother’s tree.
Check back for more information about this super fruit called pomegranate!
I have wanted to make my own soap for an extremely long time. I met a lady a few months ago and we have become great friends. A few weeks ago she took the plunge and made some soap. Well today I made some soap by her. I am here not so patiently waiting for 24 hours to pass until I can cut it.
Here is my soap still drying.