- 1 tablespoon shredded or dessicated coconut
- 1 apple, quartered and core removed
- 3 fresh dates (or dried)
- 7 almonds
Recipe is created for
Place all ingredients in Thermomix. Close lid and press TURBO button a few times until mixture is to desired texture.
Serve over natural yoghurt and top with berries or other fruit if desired.
Recently Cyndi O'Meara (nutritionist and author of Changing Habits, Changing Lives) visited our state holding workshops and information evenings. Unfortunately I wasn't able to attend any of them, but a friend shared with me this delicious breakfast recipe. I've been eating it each morning for about a week and absolutely love it - fresh and easy to eat. It doesn't leave me feeling bloated or flat and the best part is that I feel full until well after lunch time! Each letter of the name, CADA, corresponds with an ingredient so you won't even need to pull out your cookbook for this one!
Recipe from my blog: //tonicoward.blogspot.com/2011/09/thermomix-cooking-cada-for-breakfast.html
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