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4 healthy snack ideas for autumn
What if we combined our Komvida with nuts?
In fact, during the school holidays, we used to go on trips to see trees and eat nuts in the countryside. We want that tradition to come back!
We don't like the fact that it has become fashionable to eat sweets and candy on Halloween. Much better to surprise with a healthy snack.
Autumn is a time to hang up your apron
It's time to try new things! It's time to try recipes with seasonal products. Pumpkin, carrot, sweet potato, and of course: nuts and dried fruit... And don't forget to drink your Kombucha .
Here are some ideas that you won't be able to resist!
Pumpkin balls with cheese, recipe by @inmabas
500 g roasted pumpkin
40 g flour
Approx. 20 g blue cheese
Salt, cinnamon, nutmeg
Mix the pumpkin with the flour and the spices and add 1/2 beaten egg.
2. Form the balls by placing a piece of cheese in the centre and roll in a little more flour.
3. Spread the leftover egg on each ball and bake in a preheated oven at 180 degrees for 15 minutes.
4. Leave to stand for 5 minutes, and you're done".
Panallets with no added sugars, recipe by @cocinandomelavida
150 g boiled potato
150 g cooked sweet potato
500 g almond flour
250 g date jam
Defatted cocoa powder
Pine nuts, Diced almonds, Chopped pistachios, Grated coconut, Cocoa shavings, Sesame. Goji berries, Almonds.
1. Put the peeled potato in one bowl and the sweet potato in another.
2. Add 250 g of almond flour, 125 ml of date paste and vanilla essence to each bowl.
3. Mix the ingredients in each bowl until a homogeneous paste is obtained.
4. Set aside a quarter of the sweet potato mixture in another bowl and mix it with a tablespoon of cocoa powder.
5. Prepare the toppings and beat the eggs.
6. We shape our panallets.
7. Place the toppings delicately, pressing them down so that they do not fall off.
8. Paint with egg those without topping or nuts (I don't paint the coconut or chocolate ones).
9. Bake at 180 degrees for 10-15 minutes (I don't bake either the coconut or the chocolate ones).
10. Leave to cool on the oven rack".
Pumpkin brownie, by @tictacyummy
200 g roasted pumpkin
250 g full fat coconut milk
100 g oat flour
80 g cocoa powder
100 g panela
2 tablespoons baking powder
Pinch of salt
200 gr dark chocolate
1 handful of chocolate chips
1. Mash the roasted pumpkin together with the eggs and coconut milk.
2. In a large bowl, mix the dry ingredients: flour, cocoa, cinnamon, baking powder and salt.
3. Melt the dark chocolate and pour it over the dry ingredients.
4. Add the pumpkin mixture as well.
5. Integrate everything together by hand. Avoid using machines in this process.
6. Finally, when all the ingredients are integrated, serve in the mould previously lined with parchment paper.
7. Top with a few drops of chocolate.
8. Bake for about 25 minutes at 180º".