Tag Archives: Teff

Honey and Spice Cake

This is the best Honey Cake I know of, and it happens to be gluten free and dairy free- perfect for celebrating the Jewish New Year. Also fabulous for breakfast or with afternoon tea. Delicious on its own, or topped with sliced apples and honey.

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Chocolate Chocolate Chip Waffles

Chocolate Chocolate Chip Teff Gluten Free Delicious Waffles

Serves: Makes 2 large 4 square waffles; serves 2-4

Teff is a super food. Paired with cocoa and dark chocolate, these waffles are loaded with iron, calcium, and magnesium just to mention a few benefits. I like to add a little maca and lucuma to enhance my super powers. Don’t have them on hand? No worries. Substitute teff flour! Note: These are totally fun to eat with your hands.

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Vegetarian Cooking Class Feast

A Feast from one of my cooking workshops

A banquet feast of farm to table organic vegetarian dishes; every time I teach, right before we eat, we share our learning experience: cooking with new ingredients. In the photo are vegan, gluten free mac and cheese made with quinoa pasta and a delicious cashew cheese made with veggies, spices and nutritional yeast; teff grain garnished with edible flowers; amazing chèvre vegetable and garden fresh herbs quiche; garden fresh picked salad greens  I love to travel and teach and also love to teach at home. Please come visit, study with me, and stay at my organic b&b or bring me to you worldwide Continue reading

Chocolate Chocolate Chip Waffles

Eating Chocolate Chip Waffles with Emily

Fun to eat chocolate chocolate chip waffles with my daughter Emily. I like the chocolatey flavor of teff flour. Adding either organic, fair trade, cocoa and cacao make delicious waffles. I also added super foods maca and lucuma to power us through our day. Organic maple syrup, chocolate chips and vanilla extract makes sweet waffles that we love eating with our hands like muffins. Good morning breakfast!  Continue reading

Teff and Vegetable Croquettes

Teff and Vegetable Croquettes

Butternut squash, teff and millet create naturally sweet croquettes. Sprinkling  ground almonds before frying the croquettes in ghee makes for rich comfort food. Serve as an appetizer or main course with a creamy white sauce. Continue reading