Dessert with dried fruite,oats,seeds and nuts
without sugar or eggs
Very healthy and full of vitamines and minerals !
All of the fruit that i use is dried
- Dates 8 piece ( cut in small pieces)
- Cranberry and raisins (both a hand full)
- Dark Apricot 8 piece ( cut to small pieces
- 150 a 200 gram Oats
- 4 spoon Coconut oil or Olive oil
- A handfull of Peacan nuts (you can use also chestnuts)
- A handfull of walnuts
- Fue drops of fresh lemon
- A bit of fresh raspt Ginger
- Cardamon powder
- Cinnamon powder
- 4 spoons of black Sesame seed
- 6 spoons of black Cia seeds
- 150 a 200 ml water from a bottle
Put all ingredients step by step in the blender utill all is crushed
our put all it in a bowl and mix it with your hands this is a personal choice
take your baking plate and put some bakingpaper on it
Put some oil on the baking paper and spread the paste on it look photo
Tip/ If you mix it like on the photo make shure that you put the fruit deep enough because that quickly burns in the oven!
Put the oven on 200 degrees and put it for 25 a 30 min in
Let cooling down and cut it in small parts and keep it in a box
Enjoy !! this very healthy snack or dessert
Dates are a very healthy fruit to include in your diet. They are high in several nutrients, fiber and antioxidants, all of which may provide health benefits ranging from improved digestion to a reduced risk of disease. There are several ways to add dates to your diet.
Many people consider cranberries to be a superfood due to their high nutrient and antioxidant content. In fact, research has linked the nutrients in cranberries to a lower risk of urinary tract infection (UTI), the prevention of certain types of cancer, improved immune function, and decreased blood pressure.
Research shows that raisins can lower your risk of heart disease by reducing blood pressure and blood sugar. The fiber in raisins works to lower your LDL (bad) cholesterol, which reduces strain on your heart. Raisins are also a good source of potassium.
Apricots are a great source of many antioxidants, including beta carotene and vitamins A, C, and E. What's more, they're high in a group of polyphenol antioxidants called flavonoids, which have been shown to protect against illnesses, including diabetes and heart disease
Sesame seeds are a good source of healthy fats, protein, B vitamins, minerals, fiber, antioxidants, and other beneficial plant compounds. Regularly eating substantial portions of these seeds — not just an occasional sprinkling on a burger bun — may aid blood sugar control, combat arthritis pain, and lower cholesterol.
Despite their small size, chia seeds are full of important nutrients. They are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, rich in antioxidants, and they provide fiber, iron, and calcium . Omega-3 fatty acids help raise HDL cholesterol, the “good” cholesterol that protects against heart attack a