Almond pulp in creation!

Happy Sunday to you,

In one of our earlier posts we showed you how easy it is to make your own almond milkNot talking about how cheap and delicious it is but also the fact that you are 100 % sure what it is you actually consume. We think it is also very harmonic to make our own “milk”. It is a good opportunity to relax and do nothing but feel good and send positive vibes to this very moment. We find it super relaxing. We have also realized it is so important to bring your love to the kitchen and have fun! Be excited for what you are feeding yourself with. Your temple definitely deserves it at least!

It is also the absolute best substitute to regular milk and it is beyond better in all aspects. Stop supporting the cruel diary industry and realize the cow milk is not ment to you but for its veal! Have you ever thought about that humans are the only species drinking some other beings milk..

In the previous post we told you that you should not throw away the almond pulp since you can make a nice little treat with it. There are of course many options what you could do out of your almond pulp but today we want to share with you what we did with our leftovers! So here we go time for some Choco Pulp Treat.

INGREDIENTS1366238510537
– 2 dl almond pulp
– 1 banana
– 6 medjool dates
– 1/2 dl raw cacao
– 1 tbl agave syrup
– A pinch of pink himalaya salt
– Raw cacao nibs (topping)
– Goji berries (topping)

Take your almond pulp and mix it with a banana and a couple of dates. The more dates the better! 😉 Add as much raw cacao you feel for. Squeeze a bit of agave so you get a nice sweet taste. We like to add a pinch of salt as well to balance the almond pulp. Mix it until you get a nice little mousse out of it.

You could also add an avocado to get a proper mousse but it will get much heavier if you do that. But it is always an option. 

Sprinkle some raw cacao nibs on the top. Serve it with berries! We only had goji at home but this one works perfectly with all kind of sweet berries.

a54dca74e7bb86c8b9abc8b1f1804614At last we also want to add this pic and the powerful words in it. It is beyond true and something we all should keep in mind. Donnot use your body as a trash can to throw old way of eating and living in it. You deserve better and to feel amazing! Many times it can be a battle to win over old habits that we have had for years, if not a lifetime. But it is never too late to make a change in your life. We are so grateful we finally had enough and realized there is another way of living. We somehow had the feeling we could feel better and we let us be guided to this point where we are today. This is still the beginning of our journey and we are learning so much, every day. A lot thanks to YOU who are sharing your thoughts and ideas with us (so please continue!!!!). What we have come to realize is that we always can feel even better – we are here to thrive and feel light and energetic! Let the food fuel you and not comfort you. Let the food make you thrive and not want you to take a nap to be able to digest. Mother Nature somehow had it all planned for us before. There is an abundance of amazing food for us here. So we better enjoy it!  😉

Love,
Julie & Katrin

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9 thoughts on “Almond pulp in creation!

  1. Dette ser helt herlig ut! Dette må jeg bruke mandelpulpen til. Har litt liggende, men får vente med å lage det til etter jeg har laget en porsjon til med mandelmelk. Dere veit, jeg elsker slike sjokoladepuddinger av alle slag. Har mest lyst til å spise det både til frokost, lunsj og middag.. Det kan nok hende at om jeg hadde prøvd å spise det hele dagen, at kroppen hadde sagt at den hadde lyst på en salat. Hm 🙂 Jeg spiser nesten bare raw mat, men jeg er så trøtt nå. Øya renner.. Jeg vil ha mer energi!! Det har sikkert noe med at kroppen ikke er laget for å sitte forran Excel hele dagen 😛 Happy sunday til dere og! ❤

    • Ja det märks att du gillar chokladpudding 😉 Men det är så gott så fullt förståligt! Vi rekommenderar denna lilla ihopblandningen. Blev jätte gott och enkel att göra! Man kan ju variera sig såklart i all oändlighet 🙂 Skola och data tar mycket energi så bra att du i varje fall äter bra, tänk hur trött du annars hade varit. Men ta din tid att må bra och vila upp dig. Då presterar du bättre i skolan också! Hoppas du får en jätte fin söndag 🙂 Många kramar!

  2. YUM!! Dette høres både kjempegodt og utrolig spennende ut! Jeg har aldri prøvd å putte mandelpulpen i noe slikt før, men det skal absolutt testes snart. Har virkelig dilla på nøttemelk for tiden, og drikker et glass eller to så og si hver dag. Det er så forfriskende og mettende, og passer så fint med en bit sjokolade 😀
    Liker det siste bildet veldig godt. Blir så lei meg når folk sier at “jammen, jeg spiser jo melk/kjøtt/sukker/mel/kunstig søtning osv.. og jeg lever fremdeles”. Det er som det står der, en sakte forgiftning. Kroppen er fantastisk og gjør jo ALT den kan for å avgifte seg selv, men å konstant forgifte den er så slemt. Og til slutt kommer ikke kroppen til å ha særlig motstand lenger.. Man må virkelig passe på dette fine huset man har fått for å leve i!
    Håper dere har en god søndag begge to!

    • Det är så gott med nötmjölk eller vi har bara prövat mandelmjölk än så länge, så vi borde experimentera lite mer då 😉 Men så gott! Bästa mjölken, helt klart. Roligt att höra att du uppskattade sista texten. Du är en av få som är medvetna vilket är helt fantastiskt, vi får göra så gott vi kan för att sprida ordet på det bästa och mest naturliga sätt (alltså utan att tvinga på någon något.. utan få dem att förstå naturligt). Du får ha en jätte fin dag söta du! Många kramar från VÅRIGA Amsterdam

  3. This sounds so delicious!!! And simple =) My favourite combination. I will definitely be trying this out! After all, I have lots of leftover pulp from almond milk making =)

  4. Mmm… this looks RAWesome!!! I’ve been wanting to make almond milk for a while now. This is a great way to use almond pulp. Thanks for sharing. =) have a wonderful day! 🙂

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