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I started this blog at the urging of my AK friends to help relay my moving to WA. I'm hoping this blog will evolve into a place where I share my home-decorating/remodeling, craft projects, and adventures in dog-ownership.

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Christina - wrangell.penguin@gmail.com

Friday, July 1, 2011

Baking with Juice Pulp

I made strawberry, beet, sweet potato, carrot juice this morning. Actually yummy. Deciding what to bake with the pulp now, muffins are my usual. We're going backpacking this weekend so some high fiber snacks would be good.
Goals for baking = yummy, portable, snackable.
The internet research begins...
http://www.thekitchn.com/thekitchn/green-ideas/7-ways-to-use-juicer-pulp-131801
led me to http://www.choosingraw.com/choosing-raw-juice-pulp-crackers/
apparently I need to a "teflex dehydrator sheet" for my dehydrator.
http://www.all-about-juicing.com/cookie-pulp-recipes.html
Cookies are yummy. The Oatmeal cookies sound good (obviously with chocolate chips added).
More ideas http://www.thebestjuicerreviews.com/juicer-pulp-recipes.html
Not sure what I'll end up with, but thought I'd share the process. 
These sound yummy, but I can't figure out where they put in the chocolate...http://www.wildfloursgfg.com/2011/04/15/gf-seed-pulp-brownies-scd/
http://cathyshambley.blogspot.com/2010/05/almond-butter-cookies-simple-saturday.html and I have a plan now... add the pulp to the almond butter cookies, add some nutella too, because... why not...

1 comment:

Christina Newell said...

http://thecheapskatecook.com/2012/04/18/frugal-juicing-what-to-do-with-the-leftover-pulp-recipe-chocolate-zucchini-muffins/