I have finally found a way to use the chia seeds that I once bought in a moment of 'clean eating' inclination. I am afraid I do not get what people see in chia seeds - that slimy texture when you mix them with yogurt or milk? definitely not good!
This is a recipe to get children to eat seeds. It has no flour, which is a plus.
The recipe (that we have edited) comes from http://ohsheglows.com/2012/01/31/endurance-crackers/
Take any measurement (a glass or yogurt pot) and mix:
- one measurement of sunflower seeds
- half a measurement of chia seeds
- a quarter of a measurement of flax seeds
- half a measurement of sesame seeds
- half a teaspoon of salt
-one measurement of water
Preheat the oven at 150 degrees. Mix all the seeds and water. Let them rest for 20 minutes. Extend the mixture over a baking tray covered with baking paper. Bake for 30 minutes, then turn around and bake for another 25 to 30 minutes.
The taste is actually Ok… but give me Ryvita any day.
You may be fed up - with reason - to see roast cauliflower everywhere. But it has to be recognised that it tastes good. And while most children despise boiled cauliflower they seem to enjoy it roasted.
- a cauliflower (broken into florets)
- 3 tablespoons of olive oil
- a handful of pumpkin seeds
- 5 tablespoons of greek style yogurt
- haft a teaspoon of turmeric
- a teaspoon of tahini
- a tablespoon of lemon juice
- half a clove of garlic- grated
Preheat the oven at 200 degrees. Put the cauliflower florets on an oven tray, salt them and coat them with the olive oil (just by tossing them with your hands). Put it in the oven and wait for 25-30 minutes.
As soon as the cauliflower is ready toast the pumpkin seeds on a frying pan over medium heat it should take just a could of minutes, but be careful because some of them 'explode' when they get hot and the children can get burnt)
Mix the yogurt, turmeric, tahini, lemon juice and garlic. Taste the sauce as you may need a tiny bit of salt.
Serve the cauliflower with the seeds on top and the sauce on the side.