Thursday, January 30, 2014

Banana Yogurt Chocolate Slice

As usual, I'm late in preparing for Chinese New Year!! This year though, I have a good reason :) I'm drooling with all the lovely bakes in blogs in preparation for CNY.



I did however spring clean the house and kitchen. I'm so proud of myself! I cleared the kitchen of old plates and bowls that we never use anymore. I even wiped down all the cupboards! Yes! time for more pretty plates and bowls no? (I can see hubby shake his head).

Over summer though, we did clear the house of things we realised we have never used for some time. We have shifted in our home for 1.5 years now and there were items given to us by friends who moved overseas in our garage. Upon sorting those out, we realised that those items plus others were things we do not need to use or will use. Yes, they were donated to good causes.

I have also cleared my wardrobe of pregnancy/maternity clothes. Wow. I'm glad I could fit into some of my pre-pregnancy clothes although I'm supplementing it with nursing items as well. It felt like yesterday when Asher was in me and I was walking waddling to work. Again, a clean wardrobe means newer clothes right? After all it is CNY! (this time, I can really see hubby shaking his head).


I was experimenting with slices and made this one up. A pregnant friend of mine who eat cleans is struggling with her cravings with sugar. I know how that feels because I went carb-o-lic in my pregnancy with Asher. I thought this might cheer her up. It was so good, we ended up eating half of the batch ourselves! oops. This is certainly a good snack box item for hubby for work as well.


Banana Yogurt Chocolate Slices (25 bite slices)
2 bananas
1/2 cup Almond Butter
1/2 cup of Coconut Flour
1/4 cup of greek yogurt
1/2 cup of dark chocolate chips
1 tsp of vanilla paste
1/4 tsp of baking soda
1/4 tsp of baking powder
1 generous tablespoon of cinnamon.

Line brownie tray with baking paper. Preheat Oven 180C. Blitz everything but chocolate chips in a food processor. Fold most of the chocolate chips into the batter and spoon it into the tray. Sprinkle rest of the choc chips on top. Bake for 35 minutes.

Wishing you a healthy and prosperous  Lunar Chinese New Year! 



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4 comments:

WokandSpoon said...

Your slices look super easy to make. GONG XI FA CAI!

Little Corner of Mine said...

Happy CNY to you too! Oh yeah, I love easy recipe, food processor is my best friend too! ;)

Kitchen Belleicious said...

what a perfectly healthy and delicious treat for my kids and myself! I can't wait to try it

sofy lefour said...

What a wonderful suggestions! I can't wait to prepare it.Thank you so much.
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