Creme Budwig au riz rouge – red rice Budwig cream(via Gourmande in Osaka)

Last year…
The healthiest way to start your day ?

Creme Budwig au riz rouge Red rice Budwig cream. Dr Kousmine and her friend scientist Ms Budwig propose their recipe of Bircher Muesli. It contains the oils and good omegas, the minerals and vitamins our body needs to start a healthy day. That's a breakfast… which means a brunch for me. Budwig Cream generic recipe (you'll find many variations on the web) The idea is to very each day those ingredients so you get the benefits of different nuts, cereals, oils, and to follo … Read More

via Gourmande in Osaka

Melty-melty, the choco-banana fondant delight

That’s a healthy dessert that looks and tastes totally decadent.

In this cold, bananas seem to take an eternity to mature. I can’t eat them white, that gives me bloating. I wanted to eat some.

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I microwaved the bananas with very little butter. Added cocoa mass chips (100% cocoa) and covered by batter (flour with rice bran, pure cocoa powder, a little baking powder, very little kurozato black sugar).

I like it when the chips melt… I’ve let the oven decide how to baked them. Verdict : 40 minutes.

Upside-down…. Yeah !

Melty banana, on melty chocolate. A delicious Winter dessert to eat warm.

Desserts inclassables – Other sweets (compilation)

NB : Click on the text, not the images.

All those that didn’t fit into :

French desserts – Dessert francais (compilation)

Wagashi Saga : Photo-menu of all Japanese sweet posts.

Most of these sweets (not all) are very healthy and can be eaten every day. Whenever it is possible, I use only natural and whole ingredients, little or no added sugar. Many desserts are vegan. A few are decadent…
Enjoy !

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FUNNY

The cruel end of Lady Hana in her strudel kimono
Like butter on sweet potato
Marron syrup cream flower

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AGAR-AGAR

Made with agar (kanten) seaweed.

coconut flower

mango cocoa heat-fighter

fruity animals

Summer spiced wine pears

“cafe au lait, revisited”

buko pandan (Filipina salad)

organza peach

grape marguerite

mousse de vin

3 textures for Belle-Helene

ubatama

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CLASSICS FROM EVERYWHERE

Oat style, not Buck’ Palace shortbread
The simplest aot cookies
Cake a la banane -Banana bread
Strawberry cookies

Opening of Gourmande ice-cream bar : coconut paradise isle-cream
Riz au lait gourmandise d’automne
Hattaiko cake
Kiki the witch bakes cherry bagels

Panna cotta
Pavlova au chocolat
Omelette norvegienne
Flock insane (flocken sahne torte )
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CHOCOLATE AND AZUKI BEANS

Chocolate and azuki
Choco-azuki, le retour
Azu-choco with blueberry

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FRUIT POWER

Lighter pain de Genes (with dry apricot)
Papaya on vanilla
Fruits and petals
Flan de tofu au jus de legumes- veggie juice tofu pudding

Iced strawberry-banana
The simplest mango ice-cream
Kiwi smoothie
kiwi and banana on green

Mousse au chocolat vegetale
Salade d’ aloe vera
compote de pomme sur creme d’amandes
Very matcha

Suriminutsu-ppai , like a tiramisu ready in 3 minutes
matcha and mango
Banana tofu pudding with dragon fruit
Mint and melon

Kaki surprise

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ASIAN JOURNEY :

Bochan kabocha, Thai style
Passion fruit dessert
Thailand street banana roti, with coconut

Sorbet de mangue petillant
Fleur de tofu, torufa (Chinese dessert)

Tapioca pudding without added sugar

Creme Budwig au riz rouge

Red rice Budwig cream.
Dr Kousmine and her friend scientist Ms Budwig propose their recipe of Bircher Muesli. It contains the oils and good omegas, the minerals and vitamins our body needs to start a healthy day.
That’s a breakfast… which means a brunch for me.

Budwig Cream generic recipe (you’ll find many variations on the web)
The idea is to very each day those ingredients so you get the benefits of different nuts, cereals, oils, and to follow seasons for fruits.

Wet :
A : dairy base (cottage cheese, yogurt, soy-gurt…) 4 tbs, a small bowl
B : sweetener (honey, pasted ripe 1/2 banana, brown sugar…) 1 tbs
C : cold press oil (flaxseed, olive, sesame-the white one…) 1 tbs
D : acid (1/2 lemon juice, acid citrus juice…) 1/2 cup
Dry
E : whole raw cereal but not wheat or grains with gluten (rice, buckwheat, oats, barley…) 1 tbs
F : nuts or seeds (flax seeds, walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts, pumpkin seeds….) 1 tbs
Topping
G : fresh fruits – 3 servings

Mix very well the wet ingredients. Mill the dry ingredients just before (if you buy nuts or grains in their meal form, they lose taste and qualities quickly, their oils become rancid, less healthy).

Mix it in. Add chunks of fresh fruits.

Today’s Creme :

100 g yogurt
1 tbs cold press olive oil
1/2 banana pasted
1/2 cup grapefruit juice

Dry :
1 tbs red old rice
1 tbs flax seeds

Toppings (they are in season som’where) :

1/2 banana, 1/2 mango, 1/2 grapefruit

Cal448 F11.6g C85.1g P11.1g

Recently, old cultivars of rice have become popular. You thought that whole rice was brown, and polished rice was white. In fact, there exist many colors of rice skin. The black sticky rice starts to be known in the West. Here we can get red, green and green-beige Japanese rices. They call them “old rices”. 古代米 kodaimai ( ancient time rice)

Fr :
La creme Budwig est le “muesli” conseille par le Dr Kousmine. On trouve beaucoup de variantes de la recette.

La base :

Elements liquides :
A : un laitage (fromage blanc, yahourt, mais aussi laitage de soja…) 4 cs, un petit bol
B : un element sucre (miel, 1/2 banane mure ecrasee, cassonade…) 1 cs
C : huile pressee a froid (lin, olive, sesame-celle qui est incolore…) 1 cs
D : acide (1/2 jus de citron ou autre agrume…) 1/2 verre
Elements secs :
E : une cereale entiere cru, mais pas de ble ni grains contenant du gluten (riz, sarrasin, orge…) 1 cs
F : une noix ou graine (graines de lin, noix, noisettes, amandes, pepins de potiron….) 1 cs
Garniture
G : fruits frais – 3 portions

Moudre les noix et cereales au dernier moment.
Ici : yahourt, banane mure, huile d’olive, jus de pamplemousse, graines de lin, riz rouge.
Dessus : banane, pamplemousse et mangue.

Cake a la banane – Banana bread

Le cake tout nu.
Naked.

Sur son trente et un.
Dressed up.

Flocons d’avoine, banane, oeuf, cannelle, levure… et voila.
Oat meal, a banana, an egg, cinnamon, baking powder…that’s all.

Le decor, c’est du sirop de sucre brun (kurozato) et des noix.
Topping is brown sugar (kurozato) syrup and walnuts.

4 cup-cakes + a mini naked cake

Cal 549.1 F20.9g C86.0g P19.4g

Fraises cache-cache -Find the hidden stawberries

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Recipe (4 cups) :
2 cups of strawberries
1 lemon (with edible peel)
2 small bananas
2 eggs
Grand-Marnier
4 tbs sugar
2 ts corn starch

1.Grate the lemon peel. Juice it. Cut the strawberries in 4 pieces.
2.Paste the bananas with 1 tbs of lemon juice.
3.Mix the egg yolks, the rest of lemon and the peel in a small sauce pan. Put it on moderate heat, stir constantly with a wooden spoon til the eggs curd. Add 2 tbs of sugar (or more or less, depending on your taste and the acidity of the lemon) and a little Grand-Marnier.
4. Beat the egg whites, add 2 tbs of sugar, then 2 ts of corn starch. Add them to the banana paste.
5. Take 4 souffle cups. Put the lemon curd in the bottom, then the strawberries and cover with the banana mousse.
6. Bake 15 minutes at 200 degrees C. (till top takes a golden color)

Serve hot. And let the guests discover the hidden lemon curd and strawberries.

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Recette (4 ramequins) :
2 tasses de fraises
1 citron (dont on peu manger le zeste)
2 petites bananes
2 oeufs
Grand-Marnier
4 cs sucre
2 cc maizena

1.Raper le zeste du citron. Le presser. Couper les fraises en 4.
2.Reduire les bananes en puree en y ajoutant 1 cs de jus de citron.
3. Dans une petite casserole, melanger les jaunes d’oeuf, le reste de jus de citron et le zeste. Mettre sur feu doux, remuer a la cuillere en bois jusqu’a ce le melange epaissise. Hors-feu, ajouter 2 cs de sucre (ou plus si le citron est tres acide et selon votre gout) et un peu de Grand-Marnier.
4. Monter les blancs en neige, ajouter 2 cs de sucre, puis 2 cc de maizena. Puis les incorporer delicatement a la banane en puree.
5. Prendre 4 ramequins a souffle. Au fond, repartir la creme de citron, ajouter les fraises et couvrir de mousse a la banane.
6. Cuire 15 minutes a 200 degrees C. (jusqu’a ce que le dessus soit dore)

Servir chaud en laissant aux invites la surprise de decouvrir les fraises et la creme de citron.