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Lucuma Nog Variation from Helene’s Kitchen

I just made the Lucuma Nog Variation from Helene’s Kitchen holiday e-book and decided to vary some of the ingredients and I love this slightly lighter version. This nog and the other recipes in the book are great ideas for those of you looking for healthier versions this holiday session. I also write about how to stay aligned with your goals during the holiday season, living a life from generated choice as opposed to being at effect of your circumstances.

I just made the Lucuma Nog Variation from Helene’s Kitchen holiday e-book and decided to vary some of the ingredients and I love this slightly lighter version. This nog and the other recipes in the book are great ideas for those of you looking for healthier versions this holiday session. I also write about how to stay aligned with your goals during the holiday season, living a life from generated choice as opposed to being at effect of your circumstances.
I just made the Lucuma Nog Variation from Helene’s Kitchen holiday e-book and decided to vary some of the ingredients and I love this slightly lighter version. This nog and the other recipes in the book are great ideas for those of you looking for healthier versions this holiday session. I also write about how to stay aligned with your goals during the holiday season, living a life from generated choice as opposed to being at effect of your circumstances.

 

2 cups Brazil nut milk

1/4 cup Lucuma powder

1-2 T palm sugar

1/4t freshly ground nutmeg

1t chia seeds

1/4t vanilla (the best you can find)

dash of sea salt

dash of cinnamon (optional)

Mix all ingredients in a blender until completely smooth. Allow to rest a few minutes so that the chia can thicken the nog and serve topped with shavings of nutmeg.

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