C A R R O T • C A K E oats, oh boy! Shoutout to one of my fave IG accounts @kylecarillet. This take on his recipe is so bomb! 💣 A hearty healthy scrumptious treat, that doesn’t make me feel guilty in anyway. I tend to have a sweet tooth so may as well put this on rotation for a healthier option (with protein).
Already packed with raisins, carrots and nuts (i used both pecans and walnuts), I also varied this recipe by adding an additional egg – for a total of three. One and a half heaping scoop of vanilla whey protein. Cristalized ginger pieces, additional nut milk (i used macadamia milk). I also added more maple syrup to the frosting for a thinner consistency.
Have fun with it. Next time I’m going to try more protein powder.
Adapted from @KyleCarillet (IG):
2c oats (or equivalent)
2 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp nutmeg
1 pinch, salt
Separately mix together:
half cup nut milk + 1.5 scoop protein (preferably legion plant+ but can also use whey. Plant cooks better)
3 beaten eggs
1 tbsp chia seeds soak in the milk
3/4 cup maple syrup (255g)
three fourth cup carrots (1 med-lrg carrot)
half cup raisins
half cup nuts (walnuts or pecans)
half cup coconut oil
half cup applesauce
Topping (mix ingredients and place in ziplock bag cup tip and drizzle)
Happy Sunday afternoon – What a great day for such a beautiful drink. The color is so rich. I’m so happy to be taking control of my pain and the inflammation in my body by drinking this amazing elixir two days in a row now.
What a wonderful way to start the day pain free! Discover the many benefits of turmeric. I whipped up this tonic after reading of the many benefits of this amazing drink made with nothing but whole ingredients.
I read of the many benefits and was inspired to make this version of the tonic based on an article I read on tumeric for health. There are many other variations of it or feel free to make your own. Hopefully this will inspire you to reap the many benefits of this natural spice by ingesting it as a tea or tonic. I hesitate to call it a tea because teas are generally, green black and oolong and variations off of those.