GLUTEN-FREE BISCUITS WITH BANANA AND OAT NUTS
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The recipe for these cookies is extremely simple and consists of just a few key ingredients, but that doesn't mean they lack a variety of flavor at all. You can make them ahead of time to enjoy on busy mornings or put them in each family member's lunch boxes.
This delicious recipe is one of over 75 recipes in the Cleanse for Health book .
Let's take a look at how some of the key ingredients in these Gluten-Free Banana Oatmeal Cookies can support your healing:
Bananas: The fructose in bananas is a favorite food source for the liver. It provides quick fuel for the liver and awakens dormant cells, increasing their ingenuity and efficiency. It soothes the lining of the intestinal tract and also soothes the nerves associated with the intestinal tract. Contrary to popular belief, bananas are one of the most antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal foods. A great product to combine with other nutrient-dense foods or to take with supplements because they improve the liver's ability to absorb nutrients.
Raisins: Raisins can easily be overlooked or forgotten, but they actually offer great health benefits and actually offer more nutritional power than goji berries, which are touted as a superfood. Raisins can vary in size and color depending on what type of grape is used. Grapes have a long list of medicinal benefits and can be especially helpful when it comes to fighting the Merciless Four (radiation, toxic heavy metals , DDT and the virus boom - more on this topic in the Liver Help book ). They have strong antiviral properties and can help flush radiation out of the body. Thanks to the joint efforts of amino acids and anthocyanins, they remove DDT and toxic heavy metals from the liver.
- 1 large ripe banana (about 1/2 cup mashed);
- 1 cup of gluten-free oatmeal;
- 1 tsp cinnamon ;
- 1/4 cup cranberries or raisins (optional).
Method of preparation:
Preheat the oven to 180°C. Line a medium-sized pan with a baking sheet.
Place the banana in a medium bowl and mash it with a fork. Add the oats, cinnamon and blueberries or raisins, whichever you chose. Mix until a uniform dough-like mixture is obtained.
Scoop a ball out of the mixture using a spoon – you should get about 8 equal sized balls. Place them on baking paper and flatten them slightly using the bottom of a glass to take the shape of biscuits.
Place the cookies in the oven and bake for 15 to 20 minutes, until browned on both sides. Cool them completely before consuming.
Portion for 8 biscuits.
You can find much more information about other healthy foods and recipes on our blog , as well as in Anthony William's books .
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