Walnut Hemp Seed Crust
1 cup walnut pieces, toasted
1/2 cup Bob's Red Mill Hemp Seed Hearts
2 tbsp. coconut oil, melted
1 tbsp. Sukrin Fiber Syrup Gold or Clear (or Vitafiber Syrup) (honey if not low carb)
Cream Cheese & Goat Cheese Filling
4 ounces goat cheese, softened
4 ounces cream cheese cold
4 ounces heavy (double) cream, cold
1/4 cup Sukrin Melis Icing Sugar (or Swerve Confectioner's)
1 tbsp. lemon juice
zest from the lemon
6 ounces strawberries, sliced
She says "This crust doesn’t soak and is absolutely fantastic in flavour and texture, but must be refrigerated. The tart takes minimal time and effort to make but does require a little time in the freezer to harden the crust before adding the filling." She suggests "keeping the crust in the freezer and the filling ready to go in the refrigerator. Then assembly should only take a few minutes depending on how fancy you'd like to make the tart."
Kim gives a very good step by step guide on how to make this dessert here
She also gives a US to metric conversion guide, which you may find helpful here
Did you know that:
"Hemp seeds are the seeds of the hemp plant, Cannabis sativa. They are from the same species as cannabis (marijuana). However, hemp seeds contain only trace amounts of THC, the compound that causes the drug-like effects of marijuana. Hemp seeds are exceptionally nutritious and rich in healthy fats, protein and various minerals.
Here are 6 health benefits of hemp seeds that are backed up by science:
1. Hemp Seeds Are Incredibly Nutritious
Technically a nut, hemp seeds are very nutritious. They have a mild, nutty flavor and are often referred to as hemp hearts. Hemp seeds are rich in healthy fats and essential fatty acids. They are also a great protein source and contain high amounts of vitamin E, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, magnesium, sulfur, calcium, iron and zinc
2. Hemp Seeds May Reduce the Risk of Heart Disease
Hemp seeds are a great source of arginine and gamma-linolenic acid, which have been linked with a reduced risk of heart disease.
3. Hemp Seeds and Oil May Benefit Skin Disorders
Studies have shown that giving hemp seed oil to people with eczema may improve blood levels of essential fatty acids. It may also relieve dry skin, improve itchiness and reduce the need for skin medication. Hemp seeds are rich in healthy fats. They have a 3:1 ratio of omega-6 to omega-3, which may benefit skin diseases. In some cases, this may provide relief from eczema and its uncomfortable symptoms.
4. Hemp Seeds Are a Great Source of Plant-Based Protein
About 25% of the calories in hemp seeds come from protein. Hemp seeds contain all the essential amino acids, making them a complete protein source.
5. Hemp Seeds May Reduce Symptoms of PMS and Menopause
Up to 80% of women of reproductive age may suffer from physical or emotional symptoms caused by premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Hemp seeds may reduce symptoms associated with premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and may also positively affect symptoms of menopause.
6. Whole Hemp Seeds May Aid Digestion
Whole hemp seeds contain high amounts of fibre, both soluble and insoluble, which benefits digestive health. De-hulled hemp seeds have had the fibre-rich shell removed, and therefore contain very little fibre.
Although hemp seeds have not been popular until recently, they are an old staple food and people are now realizing their excellent nutritional value. They are very rich in healthy fats, high-quality protein and several minerals.
However, hemp seed shells may contain trace amounts of THC (< 0.3%), the active compound in marijuana. People who have been addicted to cannabis may want to avoid consuming hemp or hemp seeds in any form.
Overall, hemp seeds are incredibly healthy. They might just be one of the few superfoods that are actually worthy of their reputation."
These words are just a snippet from an article on Authority Nutrition site, you can read the full article, with all related links here
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All the best Jan