Thank God It’s Friday: Gluten-Free Gone French .. 

  

  
The beauty of every single morning is the ability for a fresh start. A chance to be a better person, to change what’s making you unhappy and look for ways to be happy. A new day for new memories, new smiles, new mistakes and new opportunities! 

So with every sunrise, I count my blessings and I thank God for what I have. I pray for what I wish to have. And food is always one of the things I am extremely grateful for! 

Today I made these amazing gluten-free “Crépes“, and was so pleased with the result that I decided to share the recipe with you! I have to say, it is the easiest and fluffiest thing you will ever make 🙂 

You will need: 
1 ripe banana, with spots on the skin
2 whole eggs 

Butter, for frying-pan

Combine the banana and eggs in a blender, and blend until completely smooth. Melt the butter in a skillet over medium heat, and pour a small amount of batter into the hot skillet. Cook for two minutes, or until the edges begin to look cooked, then flip and cook for another 1-2 minutes! And voila! 

Let me know if you try it ;)! 

Ouiam

Thank God It’s Friday! What’s For Sohour?! 

  

Ramadan is here! A holy month for all Muslims around the world! It is also a busy month (you probably have noticed that I haven’t posted a thing since last Friday lol). We fast from sunrise to sunset, and we break our fast with our family, friends and loved ones, in a beautiful, warm and very peaceful atmosphere. 

Just before sunrise, we eat a meal called “Sohour” and that would be the last meal until the following sunset, when we will break our fast, so we need it to be filling without being “too much” and my “Sticky Chocolate Coconut Squares” are just what we need! With a cup of milk and you’re set to go! Here, I will share the recipe with you all! 
1/2 Cup raw chocolate powder 

3/4 Cup dried coconut shredded and unsweetened 

1/2 Cup cashews or almonds (or both) 

A pinch of sea-salt

1/2 Cup honey 
Put the chocolate, coconut, cashews, and sea-salt in a food processor and blend until crumbly. Add the honey and process until it clumps together, almost like a dough. Press the mixture into a baking dish then cut into squares and you are done! 

Bon Appetit 

Ouiam