So like many others, I volunteerd to one of my Facebook groups Mishloah Manot exchange thingy for Purim..
The person I was making it wrote that the eat Paleo at home, strive to eat healthy, and that she’d like to do more fun stuff with the kids but ususally don;t have the energies so looking for easy ideas.
Well, instead of being intimidated by the paleo thing, I decided: challenge accepted!
So here’s what I made, have a Happy Purim 🙂 :
Chocolate hearts, made from Lubeca 85% cocoa mass chocolate, melted with hazelnut butter. In one of the hearts I entered a tea spoon so that sh’ll have a chocolate covered tea spoon.
Dates and Maca energy bites.
Rosemary olive oil, which is simply a fine olive oil with a lot of rosemary from our yard.
More rosemary.. I made rosemary butter, which is made of 2/3 olive oil and 1/3 cocoa butter, salt and rosemary. While making it I forgot the right ratio of the ingridients so I clled my brother for help. His response went something like: “check in my blog, it is called Vegan Agricultural Bother!” 🙂 .
Almond cookies, using this recipe, where I subbed the oatmeal flour with almond flour.
I added some spices, to spice it all up.
I also sent her some purple cabbage leaves with bags of vinegar, soda and salt, and instructions for a nice activity to do with the kids that uses the cooked leaves water to create water in different colors.
That’s it. Turned our pretty nice I think. I made it in 3 “breaks” I had, one when my older one was in a class and my little one was at a friend’s house, other after they went to bed, and another before they woke up just to take some pictures of it, so I honestly can say you can make it in a reasonable amount of time spent.
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