Looking for new desserts to try this winter? New Year’s celebrations are still coming up and any of these would be perfect for a fellowship or gathering!
You can find the full recipes at the Grain Mill Wagon, where I’m sharing what I’ve been doing with my new Wondermill Jr. Deluxe manual grain mill. I will share soon how the mill works for me.
In the meantime, here are three soaked or sprouted, whole-grain, and naturally sweetened desserts to whet your appetite and spice things up this winter…
Soaked Sweet Potato Cake. Fall spices and sweet potatoes… a great combination! When I don’t have pumpkin around, I often substitute pureed sweet potatoes or squashes — and that’s how this spicy, sweet, fall cake came about (it was originally a Soaked Pumpkin Bread). This cake turned out to be a keeper and I hope it will be for you, too! Continue reading…
Sprouted Chocolate Pixies. Chewy, chocolately, and especially…. easy! This recipe comes from my great aunt. She gave my mom the recipe 48 years ago, and it is a family favorite. Now my daughter makes them each year, having been lovingly taught the recipe by her grandmother (my mom). Our adaption simply sprouts the grains to increase nutrition and digestibility. We sometimes reduce the amount of sweetener, but we have to admit it, we like them fully sweet. When it’s Christmas, we’re okay with that. 🙂 Continue reading…
Soaked or Sprouted Chocolate Brownie Cake. This was my birthday cake in early December, and I made it again for our Christmas Day dessert. It is both cakey and gooey, and that’s why I call it a “brownie cake” — the best of both worlds! Continue reading…
What special treats have you made this December? Feel free to share links in the comments!
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They all look good! I also joined the Grain Mill Wagon and can’t wait to try it out!!
just left you a message on Grain Mill Wagon Wardeh…didn’t realize that I was over there! You’d think I’d caught on when the site looked different!!! Oh well, it looks like a cool site, I’ll have to check it out.
Susan Neel Wiederhold via Facebook says
I want to make the chocolate pixies, they look so yummy! Thanks for all of the wonderful post! Really love them.
I REALLY want to make those yummy looking Pixie’s….a healthy chocolate idea!
Thanks so much for all your wonderful post!! I love them!