Healthy snack bags

I soak my nuts over night or at least 5 hours. This breaks down enzyme inhibitors. This makes them easier to digest.

I then put them in the oven on lowest setting or put in a dehydrator.

I sometimes put them in a frying pan on lowest temp, and drizzle on a small amount of maple syrup.

I will measure out 1/4 cup of walnuts or almond or combo of both. I will then add dried organic fruit such as fig or apricots, cranberries, raisins. You can add a piece of dark chocolate as well. Use your imagination.

This will equate to approx 210 calories.

I make up around 30 to 40 small snack bags and store them in the freezer. I will then put a few in the fridge.

Enjoy !!


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Linda Murphy

Linda Murphy

Linda is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist. She teaches her clients easy ways to incorporate an anti-inflammatory diet in a busy lifestyle. She is an avid cook and loves to teach her clients easy and healthy ways to prepare everyday meals.
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