I basically felt lazy to walk all the way to the supermarket after my gym sesh today, so I decided to make lunch with whatever I had at home, and came up with this AH-MAZING recipe of delicious tuna patties.
I’ve realised that if you want to change your eating habits, you need to have good choices to go for when the cravings hit you and this Date Truffle is everything you asked for: sweet , chocolatey , full of good fats, and very tasty!!!
The recipe only requires a few ingredients and it is 100% vegan. Go ahead and give it a try. I’m sure you won’t regret!
30 whole pitted dates
2/3 roasted almonds
2 tbsp. unsweetened cocoa
1/2 cup of shredded unsweetened coconut
1tbsp. coconut oil
Pinch of salt
Place almonds in a food processor; process until finely ground.
Add dates; process until finely ground.
Add the rest of ingredients and pulse until combined then check if the mixture is firm enough to form the balls .
Scoop about 2 teaspoons cocoa mixture with a spoon, and roll into a ball.
Roll the balls in the desired coatings and place them on a plate.
Refrigerate for one hour.
Make sure you don’t over eat the truffles because although it’s a very healthy version, it has a considerable amount of calories!
I’m a big sea food fan, and so is my fiancé and last week we had these very well prepared shrimps in a restaurant in Waregem and I immediately decided to make my own inspired version at home.
But when it comes to sea food, quality really matters specially if the star of the dish is the shrimp, so while we were still having lunch he came up with the brilliant idea of going to his best friend’s fish store, Viscentrale to buy some quality Tiger Shrimps.
And I must say I have no regrets! Good sea food doesn’t need much to taste great as long as it’s fresh and from a reliable source and the ones we had were a hit and I will definitely make them again!
Okay, I love these cookies!!! Yes they’re low carb, made with sweetener, but these can fool anyone if you don’t tell them what’s in there! They are crispy and buttery, with a hint of dark chocolate… When you can have those healthy and delicious cookies I see no pain in going healthy! Trust me on this one and run to the kitchen to make a batch, and all I hope is that you can resist not eating them all at once!
I usually tend to think that most of my recipes are easy/fast to make. And this one is really one good example of a quick, effective fix for that sudden hunger, or even a starter for your guests. Doesn’t really matter the circunstances, you’re gonna be in and out of the kitchen in no time with this recipe!