Weekend treat for chocolate lovers! Food Photography!! CHOCOLATE-ALMOND PIZZA
Hi darlings! I am all in for a sweet treat these days, so yesterday I came up with another easy-peasy dessert to make within 20 minutes! This is, of course, another treat for all of you chocolate lovers out there! (Chocoholics, lol!)
We are extremely busy preparing everything for our move to Spain, getting rid of stuff can be quite hard work! We end up giving away mostly everything we have collected the past 4 years, such a good feeling and relive. Sometimes we just need to feel free and let go. To collect a lot of stuff is holding you back and can actually drag you down. I dont really care about stuff, the only things I really want to keep is my camera, some items of clothing, and my computer, I dont need much, I want to be able to move lightly and to travel whenever I feel for it.
I have documented some steps of this process of letting go and will make another post about that.
Today I was a babysitter for our neighbors baby a few hours, as the parents went to a party, and of course, my little boy wanted to join me, so he did. But he woke up the little baby from his night sleep which caused a few hours of keeping the baby happy with the play and talk/songs. My little boy is such a sweetheart and is always in awe when he meets babies or kids in general. He is not always kind to them but he just loves to play and mimic whatever they do!
It turned out to be a late night for my little boy, and the neighbors baby, so I am feeling quite exhausted haha.
Last night my toddler woke up every hour and was crying so much, but I couldn't figure out the reason, that happens very rarely but is so difficult to witness. And since we have been back from Spain, he wakes up at least 5 times, or every hour during the night and wants to drink, which is super challenging when it happens several times every night. He definitely slept better in Aishlinns @trucklife-family caravan when we stayed at her place. I am so happy to soon leave this city behind us.
I would like to ask you for advice for a thing that we dont know how to handle yet. My partner came as a refugee to Austria about 10 years ago and he has an EU visa atm, which means he can live and work in Austria and travel wherever he wants. But he isn't allowed to work outside Austria. So now we are moving to Spain, he needs to stay registered in Austria, but he would like to have a visa for Spain instead, because, with a registration in Spain, he can work there and start his own business. If any of you know what we could do, or know how it works, I would really appriciate your help!!
But now lets head over to the recipe!
You will find it below;)
SWEET ALMOND-CHOCOLATE PIZZA☆
- 185 g almonds,
- 4-7 dates (depending on size),
- 2 tbsp tahini,
- 1 tbsp maple syrup or coconut blossom syrup.
- 100 g vegan chocolate.
- Roast the almonds at 200°C for 10 minutes.
- Melt the chocolate in a bowl placed over hot water.
- Blend the almonds with the tahini, dates, and syrup until sticky.
- Press out the dough on a parchment paper, form a pizza base.
5.Pour over the melted chocolate and spread evenly.
- Place in the fridge for 10-15 minutes until set.
- Top with your favorite toppings and cut into slices.