Lets face it, everyone loves chocolate. If you, for some god awful weird reason are not a chocolate fan, than I genuinely feel as if our virtual friendship is doomed to fail.
I am trying, however, to avoid all dairy products for health reason and it can be quite challenging as most of the “deliciously good” chocolate
Theres this desert you can find practically everywhere in Israel that’s called Malabi which I adore. This, being a childhood favourite, I lead to a huge love of everything rosewatery. I like to spray it on my face, add it to cakes and even invented a bunch of ridiculously tasty cookies with it. This is so good you might actually want to take a step back and reconsider taking a bite, cus ones you take one you might not be able to stop…
In the spirit of all things cinammony and wonderful I figured it might be a great time to try out a new morning delight. I eat granola practically on a daily basis and almost always make it by myself and so I figured another autumnal recipe was due so off to the kitchen I went and dabbled I did and this little slice of heaven came out.
If you’ve read my “Automnal Melodies” post than you probably already figured it out by now that I absolutely adore everything wintery and autumny alike. From the Scent of the wet soil, to the rubber boots and coats and umbrellas and those oh so sweet cinnamony scents you seem to encounter on everywhere corner.