Delicious Cashew Goji Cookies
We love delicacies but we try to make them as healthy as these delicious cookies. Nuts are difficult to digest for digestion so you shouldn´t eat them a truckload in a day, they should also be soaked before use. Paleo diet is a good reminder / help when thinking of your diet. How much would we eat specific things, if we had to collect it ourselves?
Cashew Goji Cookies (5pcs)
150g Cashew nuts
20g Goji berries
1rkl Coconut manna
1. Rinse Cashews carefully and soak them for at least six hours. Then rinse them and pour into the food processor. Add also the goji, coconut manna, dates and salt. It´s good to cut dates to small pieces with scissors so you will see if there is any stones inside. Mix with the food processor for a moment, but not too long. The cookies feel more interesting in the mouth as the texture remains in the mass.
2. Make small circles of the mass on the dryer rack and but them in the dryer at 42 degrees for 12 hours. Voila, now they are ready to eat! Bon apetit.
Biscuits can certainly be made in the oven also, but when the temperature is higher, the cooking time is considerably shorter. However, remember that a higher temperature kills food from its nutrients and enzymes.
Cashew nuts contain plenty of fat (about 50 percent), vitamin E, K and B6, and minerals such as copper, phosphorus, zinc, magnesium, iron, and selenium. They also have plenty of natural protein 18g / 100g
Goji berry is considered to be the most nutritious berry in the world and has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for over 2,000 years. Berries contain 21 minerals and trace elements (including zinc, calcium, potassium, iron, magnesium, manganese, chromium, copper, selenium, sodium and phosphorus). Vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, E and C and 18 amino acids that make a great protein source (protein 14g / 100g) and plenty of Betacarotene (Plant and fruit pigment) which promotes, among other things, your healthy skin.