Some ground almond
Some coconut oil
1. Put all of your ingredients (except the coconut oil) in a blender/food processor and blend on high until all ingredients are mixed together.
2. Grease an oven dish with some coconut oil (using your hands so you have some of the oil on your hands).
3. Using your hands again, take chunks of the mixture and mould into small balls.
4. Put oven up to 325 degrees/Gas mark 3 and place them in the oven for about 15-20 mins or so (check on them after 15 mins).
5. Take out and let cool.
NB. Goes well with almond butter
Check out this delicious pesto made using wheatgrass!
It can mixed into pasta or simply spread onto bread or rice cakes. In the picture below, I mixed it with some courgette noodles, sweet peppers, avocado and sun-dried tomatoes.
It's rich, creamy and super simple to make! Check out the recipe and benefits of wheatgrass below.
- Soaked Cashews
- Wheatgrass powder
- Olive oil
- Garlic cloves
- Himalayan salt
- Nutritional yeast
After soaking your cashews for several hours, toss them in the blender/food processor, along with the other ingredients and blend until smooth.
If it is too thick, add some more olive oil and if you want it thicker, add more cashews.
BENEFITS OF WHEATGRASS:
Wheatgrass contains a range of vitamins such as Vitamin A, C, E and B vitamins. It is also a good source of iron, calcium and magnesium. The fresh plant is also a good source of chlorophyll. Try using it in juices and smoothies, or including it in recipes.
You will need: