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Let’s eat … spelt grits cake with almond milk, a banana, and blueberries

It’s time for another recipe. It’s super easy and quick to make, and it can also be served to babies. Best of all? It is amazingly delicious! If you don’t believe me, try it!


a banana

a cup of blueberries

5-6 table spoons of spelt grits (spelt is also known as dinkel or hulled wheat)

5dcl (half a litre) of milk

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How to do it:

1 Pour the milk into each of a saucepan and bring to boil. I find it easier to use a tall, narrow saucepan.

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2 When the milk starts boiling, bring the heat down to medium so that the milk simmers, then slowly whisk in about 3 table spoons of spelt grits, stirring constantly until they begin to thicken (3-5 minutes).

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3 Reduce the heat to low, so that the grits bubble once or twice every few seconds but aren’t rolling. Cook for another 5-7 minutes, stirring frequently to make sure the grits aren’t scorching on the bottom of the pan. The time they need to cook probably depends on the brand. Leave to rest for about 10 minutes. Add blueberries.

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4 Take a cake pan and place cling film at the bottom and the sides of the pan. You can also use a plastic container.

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5 Cut the banana into thin slices and place them at the bottom of the pan. Then pour the grits onto the sliced banana.

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6 Place in a fridge for about two hours so that it cools down. When it’s cool, slowly and carefully turn the cake pan upside down, remove the foil, and cut into pieces.

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7 You can put some cocoa powder on top.

So, what do you think of it?

And I mustn’t forget – enjoy!


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