FOR MEMBERS
 
LOGIN    LOGOUT
Follow us  LinkedIn    
(10) #domestic violence (1) #empowerment (1) #female (1) #Framingham (1) #love is the answer (1) #poledance (1) #Ranay (1) #Rice (1) #violence against women (1) #voices against violence (1) #whyIleft (1) #whyIstayed (1) 1986 (1) abuse (1) addiction (5) agave nectar (1) amusing true story (1) Ashland (1) attachment (1) authentic self (1) be that guy (1) belly fat (1) Big Fresh (2) Boston (1) bra burners (1) brown rice syrup (1) Buddhism (3) chivalry (1) chocolate (1) chronic pain (1) coconut (1) compassion (1) Compulsive (1) conference (1) crazy (1) create honesty (1) cupcakes (1) cyberbullying (1) dance (1) date night (1) detox (1) diabetes (1) diosa (1) dirty laundry (1) diversity (1) Divine Feminine (1) domestic violence (4) emotional abuse (2) emotional eating (1) empowerment (1) entrepreneurship (1) extraordinary women (1) Facebook (1) faith (1) fallacies (1) female (1) feminism (3) fine dining (1) food addiction (1) Framingham (3) free the nipple (1) freedom (2) Gattaca (1) George Michael (1) germophobe (1) gifts (1) girl power (1) giving (1) gliadin (1) gluten (13) gluten free (1) glutenfree (1) granola (1) hanger (1) hangry (2) harpaxophobia (1) Havisham (1) health (1) healthy (1) healthy eating (1) Hoarding (1) housemate (1) illusion (1) impermanence (1) inauguration day (1) inflammation (2) intuition (1) joy (4) kindness (1) laws of giving (1) leadership (1) life changes (1) light (1) liver toxicity (1) love (19) Madwoman in the Attic (1) Manhattan (1) Marriage (1) masculinity (1) meaning of namaste (1) metro west (1) Metrowest (1) Metrowest Conference for women (1) mind-body connection (1) mindfulness (1) Minnesota Starvation Experiment (1) misogyny (1) Miss America Protest (1) Moses photography (1) namaste (1) narcissism (1) narcissist (1) Natick (1) neurosis (1) New York (1) non-attachment (1) Obsessive (1) OCD (1) old testament (1) Oz (1) Patanjali (1) Paul Newman (1) perfection (2) pink (1) pole (1) pole dance (2) pole dancing (2) pole fitness (1) pole sport (1) poledance (1) protein (1) public airing (1) pussy (1) pussyhat (1) recipe (1) relationship (1) relationships (1) rewards (1) risk-taking (1) roommate (1) safety pin (1) shame (1) skin (1) soft skills (1) soul mates (1) starving (1) strangers (1) stress management (1) sugar (12) sugar free (1) sugar substitutes (1) sugarfree (1) surrender (1) talent (1) Tao (1) topless (1) toxic masculinity (1) trauma (1) trolling (1) twin flames (1) universe (1) unstuck (1) V-Day (1) Valentine's Day (1) variety (1) violence against women (2) West Hartford (1) Wheel of Joy (1) withdrawal (1) women supporting women (1) women's march 2017 (1) yin-yang (1) yoga (4)
Paulina

Homemade Gluten-and-sugar-free Granola

IMG_0770
This healthy carb is a staple in breakfast and snacks. J. and I made it from scratch and love it! • 3 cups rolled oats (not instant) • as much cinnamon as you care to add (or ½ teaspoon) • 1/4 teaspoon sea salt • 1/3 cup Grade B maple syrup (or to lightly coat the oats) • 1/4 cup coconut oil • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract (or as much as you care to add, we were liberal with it!) • 1/2 cup small-dice dried fruit (raisins or dates make good choices, it’s very hard to find dried cranberries or cherries that aren’t coated with sugar). We skipped the dried fruit step • ½ cup shredded coconut or as much as you care to add! • 1/3 cup Flax seeds or powder • ½ cup almonds, chopped or sliced, roasted or raw (we used sliced and raw) • ¼ cup coarsely chopped walnuts 1. Heat the oven to 300°F and arrange a rack in the middle. 2. Place the oats, cinnamon, salt, and other dry ingredients in a large bowl and stir to combine; set aside. 
 3. Place the maple syrup, oil, and vanilla in a small bowl and stir to combine. Pour over the oat mixture and mix until the oats are thoroughly coated. 
 4. Spread the mixture in a thin, even layer on a rimmed baking sheet. Bake for 15 minutes, then stir and continue baking until the granola is very light golden brown, about 5 to 15 minutes more. 
 5. Place the baking sheet on a wire rack and cool the granola to room temperature, stirring occasionally, about 20 minutes. (Note: It will harden as it cools.) 


Tags: