Yesterday afternoon I found myself with a couple of hours of free time....yes this did happen, and it is rare. My kiddos were out playing, and I was really unmotivated to do any actually housework (although it does need it). So to avoid any REAL work, I decided to get creative in the kitchen. I was also craving something sweet!
My original idea was brownies, but seeing as I did have enough unsweetened cocoa powder to do any good, Blondies seemed like the next best idea. (I have a love affair with brownies, and was really hoping to master a good black bean PCOS brownie yesterday...next time).
Of course all good PCOS baking begins with nuts and nut flours. Nut flours are a wonderful source of fats, fat-soluble vitamins, and fiber. All nutrients that are good for PCOS symptoms...read more in my previous blog posts....
Increasing Dietary Fats to Decrease PCOS Symptoms
Fat soluble Vitamins and the Epidemic of Deficiency in PCOS
Preheat oven to 350
In a bowl mix Almond Flour and Baking Powder, set aside.
In a separate bowl, mix Almond Butter, Eggs, Coconut Oil, Honey and Vanilla until smooth and creamy. Add in Flour mixture and blend till smooth.
Grease an 8x8 pan with coconut oil. Pour in mixture and spread evenly. Bake at 350 for 40 minutes, or until toothpick comes out clean.
Nutrition is the Foundation of Health
Here you will find recipes that I have personally tested and that fit with my idea of a healthy diet. I like to follow the teachings of Dr. Weston A Price, but know that it can be difficult. So, many of these recipes follow the Weston Price Foundation view of nutrition and others are a jumping off point for those trying to incorporate new and healthy recipes into their diet.