This stunning looking dessert is rich and flavorful with sweet and nutritious ingredients. You will prepare the cake in four cake forms and the blended flavors will delight you.
Nourishing your hair is another great benefit of this enticing dessert. Apples and oranges provide ample amounts of Vitamin C that will keep your scalp healthy, encouraging thick, lush locks.
Dates naturally protect you from hair fall. Create a healthy, glowing scalp with the beneficial fiber found in psyllium husk.
This recipe will require the use of four separate food ring molds (you’ll need 2 sets). Before you begin to assemble the ingredients to blend for your cake, you will need to have 75 grams (or 2.6 ounces) of both walnuts and pitted dates that you have soaked overnight. To begin using them in your recipe, process them together until they are combined, yet still crunchy. Separate the mixture into four parts and fill the bottom of the four food ring molds.
For the cake layers you will need 2 oranges, 3 sweet Jonathan apples (my favorite, but feel free to substitute an apple you prefer), 75 grams (or 2.6 ounces) of pitted dates, 1 teaspoon of cinnamon and 2 tablespoons of psyllium husk.
Blend the oranges and apples first, then add in the dates and cinnamon next. When well blended, add in the psyllium husk tablespoons. The psyllium husk will absorb the liquid from the mixture and swell, finishing in about 20 minutes. Do not wait to add the mixture to the ring molds. After 2 minutes, divide the mixture into the four food ring molds.
When the ring molds are filled, place them into the refrigerator for a few hours. When you take them out of the forms, sprinkle them with cinnamon and decorate with whole walnuts on top.
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