I also added some sunflower and pumpkin seeds to the mix, and on occasions plan on adding a few sugar free choc chips, or cacao nibs, when I get around to getting some. After quite a few attempts, this seems to be the recipe that all of the family are happy with.
Dani, from Fitness, Food and Style is so inspiring and positive, and is never short of some healthy and quick meals, as well as some exercise inspiration. Follow here on facebook here. She is also riding to conquer cancer, which you can support here.
If you don't already follow Eleanor from Petite Kitchen on her blog, or facebook, I can highly recommend for her wonderful recipes and beautiful styling and photography. Thanks to my Step-Mum for sending me in her direction a few months back.
Both of these recipes were found in the Petite Kitchen Winter 2013 Recipe Journal, which I noted is currently on sale.
Another winner of truffle recipe is this Raw Chocolate Date Truffle. Seriously, I have to hide these in the freezer if I want them to last more than a day, these get devoured!
So, there you go. Some highly nutritious, refined sugar free, and in most cases gluten free, snacks to fill lunch boxes, or to have for morning or afternoon treats.
:: A morning brew
:: "I taka photo"
:: Stripes on Stripes. Essential for hanging out the washing
:: More Yarn Bombing, to go with this lot
:: One must have sparklers on one's birthday
:: Watching the big kids
:: Winter skies
:: She cannot get enough of the monkey bars
:: Our orange tree fruited for the first time this year. It bore 4 oranges
:: Honey on toast, or straight from the jar, for breakfast
:: Saturday morning shenanigans, with bonus crack
"A portrait of my children once a week, every week in 2013"
Ruby:: A new toothless grin
Jenson:: "Sand Ahoy!"
Mila:: A bib she found and wore for the next few hours, upside down sunglasses, dirty face and dramatic expressions. Just your normal day with a two year old who has so much personality!
I think everyone can appreciate a good dose of Yarn Bombing when they see it, and the little town where I live has been hit hard with the Yarn Bomb.
While it has injected a wonderful dose of character and colour, the bigger picture, the Slow Down Movement is to encourage motorists to slow down on this very busy high street, and to encourage people to walk and ride more.