Ask registered acupuncturist Bettina Rosche how to nourish life during the Winter season. For a mouth-watering and warming start into your day, check out this quick recipe with warming spices.
roasted nuts or almonds,
seasoning: cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, clove,
Mix amounts of your liking of rolled oats, roasted cashew nuts and almonds, linseeds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds and store in a jar. Premixing a larger amount saves you time in the morning.
Place a portion of your oat mix into a bowl. Cut up half an apple and add. Add some (frozen) raspberries. Sprinkle a tea spoon of cacao on top. Season with cinnamon, powdered ginger, nutmeg, clove and if you like a little honey. Boil water in a kettle, pour into bowl to cover the ingredients and mix.
Enjoy this mouth-watering start into your day and feel warmed and invigorated on a cold morning! Bettina is a registered acupuncturist and also qualified and registered in Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine. Spices and foods are often a part of medicinal herbal compositions as these ingredients have various effects on the body. A warming effect is one of such properties.
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