Following the dessert of my week I'm addressing anyone who feels pleasure not only from the taste of the food, but from the consciousness that she, at least, not harmful. For me, some time element of good taste is, including, and use. Frankly, the same tender love I blaze to pastry of all kinds, not figuresare. But along with those I admired and loved the healthy treats. You may agree that their flavor characteristics are more modest, but still interesting enough not to neglect them. Today I offer you to bake a delicate crumbly and crispy cookies under the heading "Useful" and with all of the wonderful pumpkin and cream cheese to turn it into a cake. Opposers of this kind of treats are calling to look at the recipe, because he has a background that may be of interest.
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Cereal and chopped nuts into crumbs using a blender.
Add whole wheat flour,...
... cinnamon and vanilla. Mix well.
In warm water mix the honey and pour into dry mixture.
Knead the dough.
Perhaps thinner dough roll on the baking paper and cut with cookie cutter circles or shapes. Anticipating possible questions, I note that the dough is just gorgeous, absolutely does not stick to the rolling pin and roll it out thin is not difficult. Bake cookies in preheated to 170*With the oven for about 10 minutes.
To taste, which depends on the taste of pumpkin, add sugar. If the pumpkin is sweet enough, you can do without it at all. Or add honey.
To connect biscuits with cream, decorate to your taste.
After spending the night in close quarters with cream, cookies lose their crispness, and offer some new taste...
Me, daughter and friend this dessert very much, I can say without exaggeration.
Now about the background, which I tried to interest opposers of diet desserts.
The fact that sprinkling before baking the finest petals of cookie with salt and your favorite spice (mine is, of course, I love cumin), you will receive 10 minutes later a lovely snack. It is possible to apply the cream, but salty.
Methinks that best goes with pate of olives, a recipe kindly shared Tina GreenTea...
Nice and cozy hanging out with you!