Red lentil waffles

So waffel day was the other day, inspired of that I felt like having breakfast-waffles. No grains and gluten, no egg and no sugar. This are also totally vegan.

Thx to my grass allergy using chickpea-flour is out of the question. But I figured red lentils kind of works in the same way. Truly it does, I just have not seen it made into a flour yet. Did you know that lentils are generally low in anti-nutrients? That just mean you don’t have to soak them as long as you do with beans and peas. 8 hours should do it. It is a great source of manganese, folate, copper, iron, protein and fiber. They are low in carbs, 20 grams pr 100 grams of cooked lentils. So even on a Keto diet you can easily get away with hooking up with some delish cooked lentils.

What you need for 8 waffles

  • 200 g of dried organic red lentils
  • 1 cup of water
  • 0,5 teaspoon cardamom
  • 0,5 teaspoon ceylon cinnamon
  • 0,3 teaspoon dried ginger
  • 0,5 teaspoon turmeric
  • a pinch of black pepper
  • a pinch of salt

Pre-soak the lentils. I just leave them overnight, then the morning I rinse them in cold water. Then add everything to a mixer and blend. Easypeasy. Fry. Eat. Enjoy ❤

lazy cooking is my favorite kind of cooking ❤

I-scream bites that your gut loves â¤

So this is my new go to snack when I am craving something sweet. Truth is that I almost finished the first batch alone b4 anyone got to taste 😂❤

It is totally sugarfree, all natural and no chemicals 😱 nutricious and makes your gut happy. But the taste is still amazing. My son screamed in amazement that this was the best icecream he have ever had in his life. He might be brainwashed by our healthy lifestyle, but as a mom I take it to heart ❤ this kind of statements are long inbetween 😂

This icecream is 2 layered and the combo is what makes it so yummi.

What you need

Chocolate cream

  • 3 lups of organic cacao butter
  • 1 dl of coconut cream
  • 1 spoon of inulin or fiberfin
  • 1,5 spoons of organic cacao
  • 1 spoon of grass fed collagen
  • 60 drops of stevia
  • 0,5 teaspoon of organic vanilla powder

Vanilla cream

  • 2 organic eggplums
  • 150 gr organic butter
  • 1 dl of coconut cream
  • 0,5 teaspoon of organic vanilla powder
  • 30 drops of stevia
  • 1 spoon of organic lemonjuice

First preapare the choclolate batch, by melting lumps of cocoa fat in a water bath. Add the rest of the ingredients and blend well whith a handheldt mixer. Line a loaf pan with baking paper and pour the mix in. Save a little chocolate mix for the topping. Snap it in the freezer and let it sit for 30 min.

When when that is turning frozen, prep the vanilla egg cream. Melt the butter on slow heat or in a waterbath. Mix the 2 egg plums with the butter slowely, so it doesn’t seperate. Then add the coconutcream little by little and mix in the rest of the ingredients.

When the chocolate is solid enough pour the vanilla cream in. Then spread the rest of the saved up chocolate (you might have to heat it up a lite) and make a cool pattern by stiking a knife into the batter. Pop back in the freezer and let it rest for 45 min before you eat it all by yourself, and have to make a new batch becouse you forgot to share some with your friends and family ❤

Then what you have left you can cut into little squares and store in the freezer, ready for when you need a icecream-fix.

Enjoy, everyday and guilt free❤