The “Carly’s oats&peanut butter cookies” is a family recipe brought to the Middle East from breathtaking Montana in US. Currently, these treats are the most popular sweets in our home. Every time Carly makes them me and my flatmates queue to dip a spoon in a pot of warm buttery&chocolate batter. The most tempting step of the cooking process comes when she shapes these chunky … Continue reading Carly’s oats&peanut butter cookies
Date Nutella? Oh yes! During Ramadan, after all day of fast dates are being eaten before Iftar – the evening meal. It is said that they strengthen body. Therefore, they’re recommended for athletes those who work out. Dried fruits contain a lot of sugar but are much healthier than candies or products that you buy in stores. They provide nutrients such as fiber, which will speed up digestion and lower cholesterol. Calcium alleviates menopausal symptoms and osteoporosis, … Continue reading Date nutella
Make yourself some tea! Preparing your own tea mix at home is easy. It requires a lot of time because you need to pick up your own herbs, flowers or dry up fruits. It is therefore the best to collect everything step by step. You watch over the entire process of preparing the individual components, so their quality is usually much higher than those bought … Continue reading How to make your own tea?
Home-made granola is fun to make as it seems so extraordinary and special. You get to choose your own flavor according to your preferences – nutty, fruity, with chocolate chunks, etc. I used to make it for Marta, my dearest flatmate. She liked it so much that she’d usually finished a whole jar in on day – simply eating oats out of jar. There are … Continue reading Home-made granola