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    I have never heard of date paste. Who would supply that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ready baby 3 View Post
    I have never heard of date paste. Who would supply that?
    Take dates, blend in food processor. Done! May add a tiny bit of water if they are very dry. We use medjool dates, (quite moist), so normally don't need any. Edit: can also soak the dates in warm water first but im normally too impatient

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    I use cinnamon. I started with cinnamon and a little bit of sugar and then adeed less sugar each day until I wasn't using it anymore. Currently doing the same with my coffee and am down to drinking my coffee expresso style with 1/3 tsp of sugar. I find this easier than cold turkey as my taste buds adjust.
    Also pear or apple puree stired through porridge is delicious. or add some frozen berries at the start of cooking the porridge and the juice from the berries cooks through porridge and you get a delicious berry flavoured porridge that is so much nicer than the flavoured quick oats.

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    Sounds nuts but I don't want fruit at breakfast, I have to limit the kids fruit intake to 3 pieces a day but preferably 2, they love fruit and have a piece at morning and afternoon tea, so prefer breakfast to be grains and dairy.


 

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