They are virtually a must at every fair and are a delight for young and old alike: caramelised almonds. But what to do when there’s currently neither fair nor market nearby? Just make them at home! It’s really quite simple – we’ll show you how.
Did you know that the very first fruit eaten on the moon during the Apollo 11 mission was a peach? Or that the peach is 2.6 million years old – one of the oldest fruits ever? Never mind – we’re “just” using it for a cake today. Without using an oven at all.
This granola is not only quick to prepare, but also grain-free and therefore gluten-free, low in histamine, low in fructose or rather completely without added sugar, vegan and low FODMAP. So it is well digestible for the vast majority of people – not to mention that the ingredients are very healthy. The seeds, kernels and nuts provide valuable fats, important minerals, vitamins and fibre. They are also a good basis for a protein-rich breakfast that keeps you full for a long time.
Like most dried fruits, dates are very rich, but they also have many benefits in addition to being delicious. In this article, we will look at the main benefits of dates before moving on to my recipe for dates covered in dark chocolate.
As I mentioned in the introduction, the date is a food that contains a lot of calories and is mainly made up of carbohydrates. It is true that today we tend to be cautious when it comes to sugar, which is correct. So what is the point of eating dates?