As I have mentioned many times before (like here and here), I am trying to make a conscious effort to eat more healthily this year. Sometimes it’s little things like measuring oil in the pan whilst I’m cooking to limit the amount, and sometimes it feels huge like swapping to brown rice and pasta which I am not fond of.
This is definitely one of my new favourite healthier alternative dishes, the white flour, butter and sugar are replaced by a mixture of nuts, seeds and coconut held together with a splash of maple syrup and olive oil. It’s really quick and simple to make and easily customisable so you can use what have in your cupboards.
Head over to the Daily Quirk for the recipe.