These delicious muffins are a seasonal favorite, perfect to warm the cool fall days, the holidays and the cold winter days. Feel free to add as much spice as you like. We call for brown sugar, but coconut palm sugar, and organic cane sugar will also work. This recipe will yield anywhere from 8-12 muffins, depending on size.
These muffins are tender, aromatic, healthy and delicious! They’re great with hot chai tea or coffee, fresh, seasonal fruit, yogurt, nut butters and additional ghee for spreading. The recipe makes 12-15 muffins. If you don’t have buttermilk on hand, blend 1/2 cup yogurt with 1/2 cup water to use as a substitute, or add 1 tbsp lemon juice to a measuring cup. Pour in some milk to equal 1 cup. Let it sit for 5 minutes before adding to the recipe.
Enjoy this traditional holiday beverage – It’s classic, simple and divine!
This warming, yummy spice bread can be enjoyed as a snack, dessert or breakfast treat. It’s even more delicious with a steaming cup or coffee, tea, hot cocoa or spiced chai. For a maple flavor, simply substitute pure maple syrup for honey in the Cream Cheese Spread recipe.
Halwa is a rich, incredibly delicious Indian dessert typically made from semolina, grains or nuts cooked in milk with sugar and ghee, Here, we’ve used easily purchased, blanched almond flour to make it simple and have flavored it with the addition of the finest Kashmiri Saffron. A little goes a long way!
Known also as Payasam, Kheer is a richly delicious and very famous Indian rice pudding. It’s naturally thinner and not as sweet as typical American rice pudding. The addition of Kashmiri Saffron adds depth and elegance to this Indian classic. Serve warm, room temperature or chilled.
These delightful pancakes are based on a Russian favorite called Syrniki which typically contains cheese. These are made vegan with tofu and plant-based yogurt.
This wonderful mango cake is easier to make than you might think. The graham cracker nut crust lends a nice contrast to the creamy mousse.