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Ginger Slice – by Tracey Wheeler

Ginger Slice - YogaTalk nutrition post. The Yoga Connection, New Zealand's Yoga Guide.

There’s nothing like some warming ginger in the winter months to keep you toasty. Not only does it keep you warm from the inside out, ginger is great as an anti-inflammatory and can also help with digestion issues and bloating.

My ginger slice really hits the spot for afternoon tea or following a meal. I love to enjoy it with a nice cup of herbal tea.

 

Ginger Slice

Base

1 cup cashews

1 cup desiccated coconut

1 cup rolled oats

1 cup dates

½ cup water

1 tspn ginger (dried or crushed)

 

Icing

1/3 cup coconut oil

1tspn crushed ginger or powder ginger

1 TBspn honey

 

Method

Base

Take cashews and process in food process until grainy or like a flour. Add coconut and rolled oats and mix together. In a separate bowl add dates, water and ginger and mix until it becomes a paste. Add dry ingredients to wet and mix together.

Icing

Combine all ingredients in a saucepan and warm through until melted. Pour over base when cool. Place in fridge to let set and enjoy!


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