Oh my goodness, this must’ve been the longest time, that I haven’t written a blogpost. The last one was Theo’s six months update (he’s over a year now). But I’ve missed it. That’s why I’m doing another post today and hope I continue writing more consistently.
I always wait to put out any posts, or for that matter anything else that I’ve created, because I think it’s not good enough or not ready yet. And than when I look back it makes me sad to see such a big gap in my posts instead of just a few not so “perfect” ones. I don’t want to put out content just for the sake of it, I want a journal of my life. The tings I’m doing at the moment, that excite me or that I want to dive more into. I want something to look back to or even to go back to and re-read.
So, well lets start today with a simple post, a simple inspiration. Because it’s all about the little things right? Oh and I should mention, I don’t want to post super thought out recipes anymore, but also inspiration like this one today. Because this isn’t a recipe that I created, but it’s a recipe that tried and love! It’s the rawnola recipe from Loni (@lonijane on Instagram). What is rawnola? Glad you ask. Basically it’s granola (your usual cereals or muesli in the morning) but raw and not baked. It’s the most easiest recipe you can think of, with only three ingredients but you’ll need a high speed blender to chop up the dates and mix it all together. And because I can’t tell you all the benefits from my mind, here’s a quote from Lonis site “Oats pack quite the protein fiber punch as well as good slow releasing carbs, the dates help you with digestion and elimination of waste and are full of B vitamins such as thiamin, niacin, and riboflavin which assist the body greatly in the breakdown of sugars, energy production, and emotional wellbeing.”
So and if this doesn’t encourage you to make a batch of it, how does this sound to you: Cereal for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a snack. Yep! It’s that good and totally ok for you to eat whenever you wish.
I have mine with some form of fruit – preferrably berries or nectarines – and oat milk. Have a try and let me know what you think :-)
Have a great day!