Did yesterday’s post open your mind to the potential deliciousness of scuffins with seaweed?
If it inspired you to invest in some irish moss then I have another amazing recipe to put your leftovers to good use. Actually, make this first. It requires no dehydration and will completely convince you that irish moss has magical powers.
If you’re Canadian these little sweet bites will be quite reminiscent of timbits – for those unfamiliar with the pervasive power of Tim Hortons in Canadian culture, think doughnut holes. I grew up in the same town as the Tim Hortons head office – so, I’ve been on the official tour of their training facilities. Let me tell you, the tour convinced me to never eat a mass-produced doughnut again (just imagine huge vats of hot fat). But, with one bite these raw treats transported me back to the days of my childhood when a timbits snack pack would arrive at a soccer game or dance recital. Although the taste is amazingly similar the ingredient list couldn’t be more different.
I give all credit for this creation to Nicole. A few weeks ago we were playing together in her kitchen with raw breads – when my thoughts turned to muffins hers went all the way to doughnuts. She recently posted her rawbits recipewhich I immediately bookmarked. However, I didn’t have any cacao powder so I had to invent a new flavour with what I had.