Lunch in the Garden - Solana Center for Environmental Innovations, Encinitas, CA
I am happy and grateful to have a mutually loving, fulfilling and enjoyable relationship with my family and friends. I enjoy vibrant health and energy and have the time and financial freedom to live the life of my dreams.
Our first camping trip to Golden Ears in BC
Mother Daughter portrait
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Tom Cruise House, The Pier & Hill Street Cafe - Oceanside, CA
I gave birth to you but you came with no instructions. All I knew was that I loved you long before I saw you…
I know I made some mistakes and for that I am sorry, but I was doing the best I could do with what I knew, everything I did for you, I did from Love. You are my child, my life, my dreams for tomorrow. I will always LOVE you and there is nothing that could destroy my love for you…
For my second attempt at baking with WEDO Banana Flour I decided to experiment with a cookie recipe. This time I was sure to follow the rule of using half the amount of flour normally used. As I mixed up the cookie dough using the banana flour it began to resemble previous cookie doughs I had made using almond or coconut flour, which I took as a good sign. I formed it into individual cookies, popped it in the oven and crossed my fingers. By JP’s standards the cookies were a total success! By “JP standards” I mean he ate 5 cookies right out of the oven! Cookie Monster!
Chocolate Chip N’ Mac Nut Cookies
Yields 14-18 Cookies
1 1/4 C WEDO banana flour
2 TBSP coconut flour
2/3 C unsweetened shredded coconut
1 tsp baking soda, available from Bobs Red Mill
1 TBSP vanilla extract or 1/2 TBSP vanilla bean powder
1/4 tsp sea salt
1/2 C coconut oil (melted)
1/4 C coconut nectar
3 whisked eggs (include yolks), I’ve been getting ethically raised eggs from the farmers market lately but you can always pick up ones from Vital Farms
2/3 C macadamia nuts
2/3 C chocolate chips
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Lay silpat mats on baking sheets and set aside.
Mix dry ingredients together (banana flour, coconut flour, shredded coconut, baking soda, *vanilla bean powder, sea salt)
Mix wet ingredients together (coconut oil, honey, and eggs, *vanilla extract)
Pour wet ingredients into your dry ingredients and mix well.
Fold in macadamia nuts and chocolate chips to mixture.
Grab 2 tablespoons worth of mixture and turn mixture into a ball. Place on baking sheet and flatten the ball mixture with your hand (to create a cookie shape).
Once mixture is all gone and cookies are ready to be baked, place baking sheets in the oven for about 18-20 minutes [Check at around minute 16 to make sure bottom of cookies are not burning]
Let cool and enjoy! So yummy!
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