well, I have been meaning to write this one for a while! I feel like I owe this recipe to you because this easy cinnamon cashew milk has been floating around in my kitchen for quite some time now, and while it’s a really simple recipe it’s just too good to keep to myself!
cashew milk is by far my favorite nut milk. SO easy, SO delicious and seriously the perfect blank canvas for any fun flavors you might want to add to it. this time of year I love to go for lovely, seasonal, warming spices which, of course, include’s cinnamon. you could even take it to the next level and add some pumpkin pie spice.
👆🏼I know what I’ll be doing the next time I make this non-dairy bev.
and ohhh my goodness does cashew milk hit that perfect creamy/nutty/mouthfeel mark with an A+++
sometimes mouth feel can be an issue with homemade nut milk, especially if you don’t have a super powerful blender or the proper straining cloth/equipment.
but you know what? you don’t even have to worry about that with cashew milk because IT DOESN’T REQUIRE STRAINING!! you heard me right.
nothing says hiii fall 👋🏼 quite like a big bowl of kimchi and buckwheat noodle egg drop soup.
even on sunny days, here in Seattle, the crisp chill has crept into the air and the leaves have changed to stunning tones of red, yellow and orange.
pumpkin spice and cinnamon apple everything are everywhere.
my (sweater-clad) arms are open and ready for these autumn tones, temps and flavors, and this soup, warm, rich in flavor, packed with tonifying greens, herbs and green onion with a little spice that’s mellowed out with luxurious coconut milk, fits right in.
I have totally been on a kimchi-kick lately, and it’s pretty much the best thing that’s happened to my soups, stews, and fried eggs. especially when you find one that seriously rocks like this one that I am OBSESSED with👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼
it’s made with only the good stuff; no MSG, and plenty of bangin’ flavor in your mouth. chopped up it makes an excellent and probiotic rich addition to just about any savory application.
I’m totally ready to embrace the fall vibes that are setting in these days, but first, some superfood yogurt parfaits to celebrate the last of the sunny season’s beautiful berries.
in truth, this post was supposed to go up a week ago, BEFORE summer officially came to an end, but then you know, mercury in retrograde came along and my images were all posting blurry. so fun trying to figure that one out. thank goodness for the awesome community over at Food Blogger Pro who helped me sort everything out! community makes life’s challenges so much easier to manage.
but since these are so easy to make and such a perfect, healthy breakfast or snack, AND the farmer’s markets are still selling blueberries and raspberries by the flat, I’m gonna share this super easy recipe with you anyways.
let’s just say making these superfood and berry yogurt parfaits is like giving one last big hug to the epic-ness that was this summer.