This week, we celebrated the queenship of a sweet Lady, where because she is the perfect example of a devoted mother, she was crowned queen of heaven. Oh the benefits of having this heavenly help! Mother Mary guides me to loving her son more and helping me with my own children.
This week, The kids have been off their food because they have colds and sore throats. The toddler is asking for cake. Sugary cakes will bring down their immunity further, not these cakes!
Have you ever tried Mug cakes?
You need a microwave for this recipe. I rarely use the microwave (husband bought) unless I’m heating up the heat bag.
Try Sarah Wilson’s recipe for strawberry cheesecake muggin-
1/4 cup almond meal or gluten-free plain flour
2 tablespoons organic desiccated coconut (if it’s not organic,dried fruit will have Sulfur dioxide to stop it from turning black due to oxidisation, this preservative isn’t good for asthmatics)
1/4 teaspoon baking powder
1 tablespoon pistachios, chopped, plus extra to serve
1 tablespoon of berry chia jam or 2-3 strawberries (organic is best, too many pesticides otherwise) chopped, plus extra for serving. (The only sweetener in this recipe is a small about of rice malt in the jam.)
1/4 cup milk of any kind.
1 tablespoon full-fat ricotta, plus extra to serve (Or homemade cream cheese which is so easy to make, anyone interested in a post on how I do this? Please say in comments)
Please all of the ingredients into a massive microwave-safe mug and mix with a spoon. (My darling sister gave me the massive mug featured, however they sell them for a few dollars in Target)
I placed them in for 1 min 20 secs, although the recipe stated 2 minutes, the cake overflowed, you may have to adapt this, depending on the power of your microwave.
Serve with dollop of ricotta and the extra pistachios and jam or berries.
Omit dairy or add dairy free for vegan.
Come back tomorrow to see a post on boosting immunity gummies instead of lollies that will kill your guts!
Happy sweet Thursday friends,