Part of Life Unprocessed means that I’m giving myself more time to just be.
One way I’m implementing this is with a new “No Sunday blogging” rule. Let’s be honest, there is nothing that can’t wait. No one needs to read what I write more than I need to simply enjoy being.
I’m headed out today with three things for you:
- Today I’ll be on Facebook teaching you how to slow cook a chicken and subsequently make broth from it. All day long I’ll post photos and answer your questions! I’m starting around 6-7 am PST. Click here and let’s get started!
- In December I made a big decision. The story around it and the decision itself will be told in a two-part series beginning tomorrow!
- A brand new recipe…..so here we go!
Roasted Coconut-Cashew Brussels Sprouts
I told you yesterday about my new owl obsession.
I really love these little guys.
I’m pretty sure you’ve seen these already, but they will be sneaking around my blog quite a bit. Do not be afraid of them.
Fresh, whole ingredients are the best.
Brussels sprouts are lovely. I find them beautiful, which I realize is super odd.
My stomach doesn’t always find them so beautiful, though. So I enjoy them in intervals.
The cashew was the nut of choice for Ryan the night I made this dish. He had several to choose from, and I liked his pick.
I typically roast Brussels sprouts with Olive Oil. Then I remember how well Coconut Oil does at high heats, so I drizzled the mixture with melted Coconut Oil. It instantly hardened and formed to the rest of the ingredients. This is what Coconut Oil will do (especially when your house is
freezing at room temperature).
I let it sit just perfectly still for awhile.
And then spread it out on a lightly-covered Coconut Oil tin foiled pan.
All of the Coconut Oil melts once in the oven.
It looks succulent when it comes out.
And even though my stomach was super grumpy after eating this, on that night I didn’t seem to care much.
With just 5 ingredients and a ton of flavor, this recipe will be on repeat (but not until February).
- 2 c. Brussels sprouts, halved
- 1/4 c. raisins
- 1/3 c. raw cashews
- 4 tbsp. Coconut Oil, melted
- 1 tbsp. sage
- Place all ingredients in a bowl, pour the Coconut Oil over and stir
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees
- Cover a pain lightly with Coconut Oil
- Spread the mixture out on the pan
- Bake for 20 minutes
- Place back into the oven and bake for another 2 minutes
- Optional: once done, add a little more coconut oil and sea salt if desired (I did)
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