I’ve been intending to post this for awhile. We really like it – made it tonight for Super Bowl treats last weekend. Original recipe from the Holistic Squid. 🙂 I really like that it is a probiotic food as well!
You could use plain GT Synergy Kombucha, or make your own…
Jello just does not photograph well. No matter what I did. Not pretty. Tastes good anyhow.
Pom-Bucha “Jello Jigglers”:
16 oz bottle of Pom juice (we like the Pomegranate Blueberry one best)
16 oz kombucha
4 T. gelatin
Pour kombucha into an 8 x 8″ Pyrex baking dish. Sprinkle gelatin over the kombucha and let it sit until moistened – about five minutes. Heat Pom juice to boiling, then pour over kombucha/gelatin mixture. Stir thoroughly until all the gelatin is dissolved. Refrigerate for several hours.
We have been enjoying our raspberries off the bushes in our backyard lately, and the in-season nectarines. We lucked out and found some beautiful organic ones at Whole Foods a couple weeks ago. I made some yummy ice cream:
Raspberry Nectarine Ice Cream:
1.5 quarts of whole cream
3 whole nectarines, cut in half and pitted
1/2 c. fresh or frozen raspberries
3 egg yolks (these can be omitted, if you do not have a good source of pastured eggs – the ice cream will just not be as creamy)
1/4 c. real maple syrup
Blend everything in blender. Put in ice cream machine and process according to manufacturer directions. We topped ours with fresh raspberries and chopped walnuts.
We had this for breakfast yesterday morning (and again today)…and it was so good. Lots of good natural fats and Omegas, with minimal added sweetener. I made a huge batch so we can get more than one meal out of it, but you can certainly adapt it however you see fit. 🙂
Date Sweetened Banana Chia Pudding (GAPS, GF)
approx. 8 servings
2 cans coconut milk (whole, not low fat)
3/4 c. whole chia seed
1 T. vanilla (click here to see how to make your own)
10 pitted dates
Blend the coconut milk, vanilla, dates and bananas until smooth. It can take a little while, and you may have to scrape the sides of the blender and help it along a bit. Be patient, it’s worth it. 🙂
After the other ingredients are blended well, add the chia seed and blend until it is evenly dispersed. Hand mix if you can’t get it well enough. I think it would be preferable if you could chill this overnight…but I was short on time. I made it, let it sit 15 minutes, and it was still good. 🙂
You could have this for a good, healthy breakfast, snack or dessert. Top with sliced bananas, chopped walnuts, whatever you want. 🙂 Enjoy!