I don't mind saying, that this is as good as it gets. It's good for you, raw, quick and easy (bar the soaking) and completely delish. Bring on a healthy start to Christmas morning with this in abundance. YUM. What is it about salted caramel??
And don’t forget how amazing brazil nuts are for you!! Full of selenium, which is actually pretty difficult to get any other way. All of that goodness at breakfast...how can you go wrong? (You can’t people, you can’t!) Now go and get your brazil nuts, and start soaking.
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- 150 Grams Brazil Nuts shelled
- 3-4 fresh dates, pitted
- 2 cups filtered water
- Additional filtered water to make up to 1 litre
- 1 Teaspoon pink salt flakes BUY
- 15 Grams Lucuma Powder
- 15 Grams maca powder BUY
- 45 Grams pure maple syrup
- 1 Teaspoon vanilla bean paste BUY
Place nuts and dates into a bowl and cover with 2 cups water and soak several hours or overnight. Drain nuts and place into Thermomix bowl.
Add enough water to reach the 1L line inside the bowl.
Blend 2 min/speed 8.
Strain through nut milk bag and return milk to the Thermomix bowl. Reserve nut pulp for another recipe.
Add all remaining ingredients to Thermomix bowl and blend 20–30 sec/speed 10. Check that the dates are well blended and repeat if necessary.
Chill milk before serving.