Feed The Soul
I know you have all heard the phrase "you are what you eat", I have even said it many times myself. This is so true for everyone, good eating days bad eating days we have experienced it all. What we know in the end it how we feel the next day as a result. We owe it to ourselves to be aware of this and try to do better. We are also what we hear and what we think, in this area we owe to ourselves to also do better!! Being connected to what works for you and what doesn't is a great place to start, but don't stop there. Live each day in a place that works for you, doing the things you love, listening to the things you love, thinking about the things you love. This is what I mean by "Feed The Soul", feed your soul with all the foods and things in life that nurture it, all the things that make you the best version of yourself.
I used to think that watching the news would help me be more connected to the world around me, that I would sound smarter in conversations. The thing is that I don't find the news pleasant, the information I would get would weigh heavy on me, trying to make sense of things that don't make sense to me. I am aware of what I choose and need to know, and the rest...well let's just say it is there for those that want it in their lives. Choose to have in your life what fits and feels good to you, your choices should not be influenced by others around you. Listen to your soul, and feed your soul, only you know what it needs. Doing this will better serve you in being more connected to the world around you, because you will be more connected to who you are. This is the best news ever!!
Do what's right and all will be good with the soul!
1 cup Sunbutter
1 cup coconut flour
1 cup almond flour
1/2 cup coconut sugar
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 cup almond milk or other nut milk
1 pkg chocolate chips (vegan or healthy version if you can find one)
Mix coconut flour, almond flour, coconut sugar, and cinnamon in a medium brown until blended.
Stir in the Sunbutter until well incorporated, batter will be crumbly.
Add almond milk 1-2 tbsps at a time until a dense batter is formed.
Press into a 9x9 glass pan
Melt the chocolate chips, and pour over the top and spread it out until it is even.
Refrigerate for at least two hours before serving.