06 Jan

Flax Apple Breakfast Pudding

 
This breakfast is tasty, and also incredibly healthy! The apples each contain 5 grams of fibre, including pectin, which is very beneficial for cleansing the gallbladder. Flax is one of the highest sources of soluble fiber, which cleanses the colon and reduces cholesterol. Flax seeds contain up to 800 times more active lignans (plant estrogens found in the outer husk) than other plant sources. Studies have shown that these powerful antioxidants may reduce the risk of hormone-sensitive cancers, such as breast and prostate cancers. Slippery elm bark powder is an exceptionally healing herb that soothes inflammation in the stomach and small intestine. It has a slightly sweet taste and a smooth, silky texture. 
 
Note: If you choose to grind your own flaxseeds in a coffee grinder, set it to extra fine for a smooth result. Occasionally, I like to replace the flaxseeds in this recipe with ground chia seeds for variety.
 

Ingredients:  
3 medium     apples (unpeeled), cored and diced
1⁄2 cup         water
2 tbsp           flax protein powder or finely ground flax seeds
1 tsp             pure vanilla extract 
1⁄2 tsp          cinnamon 
 
Opitional Toppings:
1 tsp            slippery elm bark powder + 2 tbsp filtered water
1 tbsp          chopped almonds
1 tbsp          shredded coconut
to taste        unsweetened almond milk (for serving) 

 
Direction: 
1. Bring apples and water to a boil in a medium saucepan, then cover and reduce heat to a simmer for 10 minutes until the apples are soft and mushy. If you plan to use slippery elm bark powder as a topping, add an extra 2 tablespoons (30 mL) of water before cooking apples. 
 
2. Remove from heat; mix in the flax protein powder or flax seeds, vanilla, and cinnamon until smooth. 

 
3. Portion into a breakfast bowl (or two). Top with slippery elm bark powder, chopped almonds and/or shredded coconut, and almond milk. 

Makes 2 small servings or 1 very large serving.
 
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Comments  

# Penny 2017-01-08 13:24
Is it ok to take slippery elm powder on a daily basis or is it just to use occasionally?
# Julie Daniluk 2017-01-08 14:17
Hi Penny,

You can use it daily if needed but I always suggest rotating remedies to avoid building an intolerance.

Cheers, Julie
# Robin Rodgers 2017-01-09 13:02
Congratulations on the accolades over your book! Why different covers for each country?
# Julie Daniluk 2017-01-09 14:07
Hi Robin,

Thank you very much! My book is published by 2 different publishers (HarperColins Canada and Hay House USA/UK). They independently designed their covers. :-)

Cheers, Julie
# pauline andersson 2017-01-10 09:58
I am very intereested in your Hot Detox book, but is it suitable if i have acid reflux and irritable problems?
# Julie Daniluk 2017-01-10 20:18
Hello Pauline,

It is excellent for both. I also such reading this article to help with your acid reflux: https://juliedaniluk.com/health-tips/helpful-remedies-for-gerd-or-heartburn.html?highlight=WyJnZXJkIl0=

Cheers, Julie
# Laura A 2017-01-14 11:15
Can you use your recipes if you have to stay away from peppers and garlic and onions due to food sensitivities? Those are many of warming foods, the nightshade families.
# Julie Daniluk 2017-01-14 12:18
Hi Laura,

Most of my recipes avoid nightshades as they can be inflammatory. Onions and garlic are not in the nightshade family. They are very anti-inflammatory.

Cheers, Julie

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