Mix of currants, raisins, orange and lemon peels

The mix of black currants and raisins combined with orange and lemon peels is a great source of vitamins and minerals. Citrus peels are rich in fiber, vitamins C and B, as well as iron, magnesium, copper and zinc. And raisins are a rich source of carbohydrates, 94% of which are glucose, fructose, sugar-free diabetes. Raisins contain the vitamins C, P, PP, B1 and B2, carotene, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, manganese, selenium, organic acids.


  • Gingerbread - Fruit Truffles

    50 ml of ginger and mint tea
    100 grams of fresh walnuts
    20 grams of sesame seeds
    50 grams of dried apricots
    30 grams of golden raisins
    20 grams of honey
    20 grams of millet popcorn

    Start with tea making. Put a pack of ginger and mint tea in a glass with 50 ml of hot water. Put a saucer on the cup and leave for about five minutes. Put all the products without the broccoli millet and bleach. Shape the balls of the mixture and pour into millet popcorn. Arrange the truffles in a plate and store in the refrigerator for an hour to tighten. Store truffles in a refrigerator or in a cool place to avoid softening.
    Enjoy your meal!

  • Chia pudding with prunes and raisins

    200 grams of chopped yogurt
    10 grams of chia
    30 grams of dried prunes
    10 grams of golden thick raisins

    Some grains of pomegranate for decoration

    Put the prunes with 20 ml of warm water in a blender. Blend to create a mess. Mix the chia with yogurt. Place one layer of milk with the chia, then a layer of prunes, again a layer of milk with a whisk. Arrange the raisins on the rim of the glass, top with milk and sprinkle with pomegranate beans. Place the glass in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes to an hour.
    Enjoy your meal!