MY REVIEW OF THE RECIPE FROM “THE 30-DAY CANDIDA CLEANSE“
Puffed Quinoa Treats
(2 out of 3) – Pretty good! Love the texture.
Suggested Changes: Add in something more, like carob chips or coconut flakes, to give it more flavor.
Review: I really like this recipe! It’s really bland, big surprise soooo much of this recipe book is bland, so I gave it a 2 out of 3 stars. It’s not really good to eat alone, but they’re still pretty tasty when you’re craving a mild peanut butter taste, and the crispy texture is fun. 🙂 The recipe is really sticky to make, but it’s fun to get your hands dirty and making the quinoa balls makes you feel like you’re baking cookies.
I would def make this again, but will experiment with adding other things to it to see if the flavor can improve – like some carob chips or some coconut flakes or something.
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1 thought on “Puffed Quinoa Treats – Pretty Good”
what about almond paste or almond flour and carob? mmmm
Bobbie Schultheis Houllis 386-295-4852
On Sun, May 28, 2017 at 6:28 PM, The Boomie Blog wrote:
> Boomie posted: “MY REVIEW OF THE RECIPE FROM “THE 30-DAY CANDIDA CLEANSE” > Puffed Quinoa Treats (2 out of 3) – Pretty good! Love the texture. > Suggested Changes: Add in something more, like carob chips or coconut > flakes, to give it more flavor. Review: I really like ” >