Raspberry Cashew Milk

 

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Every now and then I crave a fresh, creamy, homemade glass of nutmilk, which I believe tastes best when mixed with juicy fruit and spices. Especially now with the hot Hong Kong weather, a smoothie like this one can really hit the spot. Making your own nutmilk is so simple you will wonder why you ever bought nutmilk in the first place.

Bursting with vitamin C, calcium and antioxidants. And good for your libido!

Raspberry Cashew Milk

1/4 cup raspberries
2 golden kiwis
2 TBSP raw cashews
1/2 cup filtered water (add more or less for desired consistency)
1 drop nutmeg essential oil/ dash ground nutmeg (optional)

1l Pop in your blender until nice and buttery.

Feel free to serve this milk alongside your oatmeal, as a base for your protein shake or drink it just as it is. Enjoy!

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Coconut Cream Vanilla Oatmeal with Berries

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The perfect breakfast to jumpstart your day! Packed with fiber, antioxidants and manganese, this yummy oatmeal dish supports blood sugar control and anti-aging benefits as well as bone production and skin integrity. Soaking the oats predigests its phytic acid that, if left untreated, has been shown to block mineral absorption.

4 cups water
1 cup gluten-free steel cut oats
Dash of salt
½ cup fresh or frozen berries
1/3 cup coconut cream
2-4 TBSP maple syrup
1 TSP vanilla extract
Dash of stevia (optional)

Garnish:
Sliced Almonds
Fresh blueberries
Nutmilk or raw milk

  1. Soak oats overnight in 2 cups water and a dash of salt.
  2. In the morning bring oats and 2 remaining cups water to a boil. Reduce to simmer.
  3. Add berries, coconut cream, maple syrup, stevia, and vanilla.
  4. Simmer 10 minutes, stirring often.
  5. Scoop generous portion into a bowl; add milk and garnishes.

*In a hurry or just want to take a shortcut? Pop all the ingredients (except the garnishes) in a rice cooker before you go to bed and have your porridge waiting for you when you wake in the morning.