Saturday, 7 February 2015

Wheat turtles.

Hi healthy eaters! 
The truth has to be brought to light finally because we treat each reader like a friend of ours and we just want to be frank with you guys. Let’s be real for a second, we have sweet teeth. We are addicted to the taste of sweetness and we enjoy every single morsel. That’s the reason why we promised one another to find the best alternatives of the confectionary. There are loads of ways you can actually substitute them for better products. Furthermore, you’re also able to make those snacks on your own and you don’t need much. Forget about unnecessary inches and pimples, because below you may find a recipe that hopefully will change your eating habits for good. We’re not experts, though, but such sweets are heaps better than those including ‘fake’ sugar. Try to get familiar with honey if sugar is not required. Share your opinions with us as well, don’t be so shy!

Wholesome cooking! 


Serves (around 10)

2 cups oatmeal
2 tbsp bran
1/3 cup nuts (peanuts, hazelnuts, walnuts, cashews - as you wish)
1/4 sunflower seeds
2 tbsp honey
2 tbsp butter
*additionally you may add dried cranberries, prunes, raisins)

Place oatmeal, bran, nuts and sunflower seeds on a warm and dry frying pan and wait until golden brown. *Now add dried cranberries, prunes or raisis and mix it all together.* Put the mixture into a bowl. Simmer butter in a pan together with honey for 2 minutes. Then pour it into your the bowl with other ingredients. Transfer the mixture to baking sheet and cover it using aluminum foil (for instance). Put some tins on it in order to let all the ingredients stick to one another. Place the baking sheet to your fridge for at least an hour. Then take it out and cut 'the cake' into pieces (turtles). That's it! 

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