I have been doing the 21 DSD and making the recipes in the book, not the cook book. I haven’t gotten the cook book yet. The recipe I made this time was the apple streusel muffins. They were very tasty but not what I was looking for. It seemed to wet when I bit into it. I can’t give you the whole recipe you can buy Diane’s book The 21 DSD and get the awesome recipes, tips and different levels you can do. I found it at Costco for under 20.00.
Apple Streusel egg muffins.
I did however fall in love with her almond butter cup recipe! It takes that chocolate edge off and kills it dead! I love the almond butter cups.
The apple muffins have granny smith apples peeled and chopped,eggs, cinnamon,coconut milk and quite a few other ingredients in them, but I can not share them since they do not belong to me. I will how ever show you the pictures of how I made them.
Raw cacao and coconut oil, it can be a little messy!
almond butter in a baggie to make layers easier.
Once done they go into the freezer to firm up.
What they look like right before someone takes a bite.
Get the book, it really has great stuff in it!! I’m hoping to get her new 21 DSD Cookbook!! Maybe Valentines will be the day !!
Every Saturday I go to my local co-op, Bountiful Baskets. They are also located in several other states as well as Texas. I contribute on Monday and pick up is on Saturday for my location. They have options every week for extra add on’s and you can either get a conventional basket or an organic basket. I love it because it is like Christmas every Saturday, you never know what fruits and vegetables you will get until you go pick it up, it will expand your horizons so to speak. I have tried a lot more things than I would have if I would have simply because it was in my basket.
A run down of what I got this week, 5 English (seedless) cucumbers 4 1/5 pounds, 2 heads of cauliflower 3 1/2 pounds, 3 pound bag of Fuji apples, 4 Asian pears 1 pound 10 ounces, 1 bunch of radishes 10 ounces, 1 sweet potato 1 1/2 pound, 1 pound of strawberries, green beans 14 ounces and 5 pounds of bananas for a grand total of 21 1/2 pounds of fresh produce for only 16.50 which breaks down to 1.30 a pound. I ask you, where in the world could you get that much high quality produce for such a little money that you didn’t have to grow yourself, exactly nowhere.