I have been chipping away at my 11 in 2011 project. I’m still trying one new recipe a month, although some months are simpler than others.
For April, I tried out a recipe I found on a health food store blog. I’ve since started making this almost every week, varying the vegetables depending on what I have, and usually serving it cold over spinach.
For May, I decided to make up my own recipe, sort of. I tried a sample of some raw pumpkin seed brittle at my favorite health food store, and it was amazingly good. The price however ($12 for a tiny little package that might last a few days), not so good. The ingredients seemed simple, and it’s raw, so I figured it would be easy to imitate.
I basically just mixed everything together in a bowl until I got proportions I liked. I used a lot agave nectar to hold it all together. I found that this tastes best cold, because it sticks together more. And I eat it with a spoon (or with yogurt!), because it can get a bit messy.