TinyTee RAW Granola . . .

I really enjoy the RAW LIFESTYLE. I followed it hard-core for a while but lost my direction. I’m trying to pick it up again. I created this recipe first on 2/26/10 the another on 3/8/10.

•  1 c Soaked Buckwheat Grouts. I soak over night.
•  1/4 c or a handful of Apricot Kernals
•  6 Brazil Nuts
•  2 c of your favorite RAW nuts. I use 1 c of two different kinds
•  1/4 c Hemp Hearts
•  1/2 c Chopped Dried Apples
•  1 1 /2 tspn Cinnamon
•  5 – 6 twists of Ground Celtic Salt
•  1/2 to 1 tspn Ground Green Leaf Stevia – Not White
•  1 c Raisins

Add all ingredients into a food processor fitted w/ the S blade.

Pulse a few time just to mix the ingredients. If you want less clumpy granola pulse more.

This will make 6 1/4 c wet granola or 5 1/2 c dried. You can eat it wet/fresh but it wont last very long. I prefer to dehydrate the granola in my Goof For You dehydrator.

TIP: Everything you dehydrate you should set to 145º for the first hour. This helps insure that no bacteria starts to grow while dehydrating at 95º for another 8-12hrs.

I eat 1/2 c in the mornings, this lasts me for 11 days! Beats paying crazy high prices for RAW granola.

MAKE YOUR OWN! Be creative! I store the granola ina 1/2 gal mason jar, perfect fit!

Namaste Foods Spice Cake Mix – GF

My daughter turned 6 on October 23rd and I made her a GF Pooh Bear Carrot Cake using Namaste Foods Spice Cake Mix. I used this same mix last year.

The outcome was ok tasting, just like last year. Dad & I liked the taste but Naya didn’t – Bummer! She loved how it looked though! The cake was very dense! I think I will use a different brand next time. For the frosting I just used an organic vanilla frosting mix and used food coloring to make each of my colors. One box actually did the job. I was afraid I’d have to run back into town.


Tomato HEART!

I bought this locally grown tomatoes because it actually resembled a heart really well. It’s a little hard to tell from the picture. It was yummy though & good for my heart!


YUMS!!! Great for St. Patties Day!

Actually they turned out really good. I used Organic Arrowhead Mills Gluten Free Pancake & Baking Mix. Me likey very much!

•  1 cup Arrowhead Mills Gluten Free Pancake & Baking Mix
•  1 egg, beaten or egg substitute
•  1 Tbsp. oil of your choice. I used olive oil.
•  1 Tbsp. honey
•  1/4 cup 1 Tbsp. liquid. I used my homemade soymilk.
•  I added 1 – 2 TBsp. of my own Green Powder.

Try using Coconut oil or olive oil instead of butter, when cooking. I only have these two oils in my kitchen. Can’t remember the last time I used butter. I spread coconut oil on the pancakes right after I take them off the burner. YUM!

I get this 54oz Organic Cold Pressed Coconut oil from www.vitacost.com for around $22. Can’t beat that! Oh I also use the same oil for lotion. Why use something on your body that you won’t eat.

This made 7 nice size pancakes, even though you only see 6. Of course I’m not going to eat seven, so I lay them out on a cookie sheet and freeze them. This is a great quick breakfast for Naya & Jason in the morning. Pop it in the toaster and boom, you got hot cakes!

I topped mine w/ Almond butter and honey. They were good, took some bites before I took the picture . . oops!

Broccoli Egg Scramble

I was very hungry this morning and came up with this:


• Coconut oil
• Organic Broccoli Tops
• 2 Organic or Local Eggs
• Sprouted Organic Black Beans
• Garden Fresh Tomatoes
• Salt & Papper

1) Heat up some coconut oil in a frying pan.

2) Slightly saute´ broccoli tops in coconut oil.
Broccoli should still be very crunchy to keep most of it’s nutritional value.

3) Crack 2 eggs into pan. Cook until eggs are done, stirring continuously.

4) Turn pan off & add in sprouted black beans & chopped fresh tomatoes.
Toss in pan to slight heat up added ingredients.

5) Season w/ Salt & Pepper

This had very good flavor for only having salt & pepper for seasoning.

SoyQuick Premier Milk Maker 930P

Ok another awesome find at the thrift store. A

SoyQuick Premier Milk Maker 930P

This baby cost $179.95 online, I got it for $5. It works great too!! It might take some personal time to make it but the saving are big!

I pretty much copied Julie’s Homemade Soymilk recipe, I just didn’t add the malt & sweetened it differently.


• I cup dried ORGANIC soybeans soaked over night.
(I sprout mine for 2-3 days)

• Filtered Water
• 1 tbsp GF Organic Oats
• 1 tbsp Organic Jasmine Rice
• Dash of Celtic Salt
• 1/2 tsp ground stevia leaf
(should be green in color, not the white stuff)

• 1/2 – 1 tsp Organic Alcohol Free , GF Vanilla
• Pure Honey

Below is a photo gallery of the steps on how I make soymilk w/ the SoyQuick Soymilk Maker.  Double click on the first image to see a larger view, double click the large image to move to the next step. OR read left to right and hover over the image to get step by step instructions