The fairy tale …
I used to make crispy cakes which were absolutely scrumptious but really not good for my health because of all the syrup in the recipe. So I thought, I wonder if I can make these gorgeous treats healthier by leaving out the syrup and substituting dates. Turns out – you can! I am therefore very excited to share with you my recipe for yummy, scrummy, chocolatey, nutritious crispy cakes.
Here’s what you’ll need:
Gluten-free, sugar-free, organic corn flakes; nothing-added organic peanut butter; pitted dates, soaked over-night; and chocolate (this one does have sugar in it admittedly, but you could use organic raw sugar-free chocolate instead if you prefer, I just didn’t have any today)
First get your chocolate melting in a little pot over some hot water.
Drain the water off your soggy dates and bung them in the food processor. Process them to a smooth, moist consistency and place…
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Even after traveling a while through India I found some Indian food in Berlin which was still new to me!!
In a South Indian restaurant in Kreuzberg I had the change at a fully vegan brunch to try idlis, which are little cakes made of rice flour, or a super delicious dessert with cardamon I never had before!
The brunch is every Saturday and Sunday till 4:30pm and you can sit inside or outside. With 6,50 Euro it’s a super cheap occasion to be fully satisfied after brunching there!!
And I’m sure you’ll have fun with the owners, as they are super nice and funny!!
It’s not a vegetarian restaurant but you’ll find a lot of vegan dishes and as said, the brunch is completely vegan!
Find it in Zossener Straße 16 next to underground station Gneisenaustraße.