Ginger and Goji Granola

Ginger and Goji Granola

Ginger and Goji Granola

Recipe from LOVE, By Olivia


2 cups (330g/11.8oz) buckwheat, soaked (see page 11)
4 Tbsp maple syrup
2 tsp ground ginger
1 cup (140g/4.9oz) pumpkin seeds
1 cup (140g/4.9oz) sunflower seeds
1/2 cup (120g/4.2oz) goji berries
1 Tbsp white sesame seeds
1 Tbsp black sesame seeds

2 Tbsp yoghurt of your choice

1 cup (250ml) Almond Mylk


Strain the soaked buckwheat and rinse under clean, running water (until water runs clear). Place in a bowl, and mix with maple syrup, ground ginger, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, goji berries, and white and black sesame seeds.

When the muesli is mixed thoroughly together, place on dehydrator trays that have been lined with baking paper and dehydrate for 12 hours, or until it has reached your preferred crunchiness. Store in a large airtight jar or container.

To serve, place 2⁄3 cup of muesli in each bowl and serve with yoghurt and Almond Mylk.

Makes 6 serves

Choc & Orange Mousse with Poached Pear



Poached Pear
1 pear
3 tbsp lemon juice
3 tbsp maple syrup

Flesh of 1 avocado (or flesh of 1 mango)
2 bananas
1 cup Almond Mylk
2 Tbsp cacao powder
1 Tbsp coconut sugar
1 Tbsp coconut oil
pinch of vanilla bean powder
pinch of himalayan sea salt

2 Tbsp pistachios
chopped 1 Tbsp orange zest


To make the poached pear, place lemon juice and maple syrup in a bowl or glass that will also fit the pear. Peel then halve the pear and slice off the bottom. Place in the glass and refrigerate for at least 2 hours to marinate. ensure the pear is fully immersed in the liquid; if it isn’t, add more lemon juice or water.

To make the mousse, place avocado, bananas, Almond Mylk, cacao powder, coconut sugar, coconut oil, vanilla bean powder and sea salt in a blender and blend until smooth. Pour into two small bowls and place pear halves on top. Garnish with a sprinkle of pistachios and/or orange zest.

Serves 2

Recipe from Love By Olivia

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