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Healthy Halloween treat // Bloody witch fingers

Healthy Halloween treat // Bloody witch fingersOkay here we go, I finally have another Halloween recipe ready for you guys! I am sorry it took me this long, I haven’t been feeling so well lately, I am not sick, but I just feel out of balance and extremely tired. I am thinking about finally investing in one of those daylight lamps as I am sadly one of those who suffers from SAD (in varying degrees) this time of year. Last year I feel like I dodged the bullet by going to LA in October and November, but there is no escape this year, so it is about time that I finally get myself one of those daylight lamps. Let me know if you have any tips or recommendations ❤︎

Anyways, back to this gory Halloween treat! I think these yummy little finger cakes are the perfect Halloween treat, they are easy to make, healthified, so delicious and both cute and kinda gross looking at the same time ;)

Healthy Halloween treat // Bloody witch fingers Healthy Halloween treat // Bloody witch fingersIngredients – 32 little witch fingers:
1 1/2 bananas (ripe with brown dots)
1 egg
1/2 deciliter (equals 0.2 cup) akacia honey
2 tablespoons coconut oil
2 tablespoons skyr

 or greek yoghurt
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoons cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla powder
1/5 teaspoon seasalt
1/2 tablespoon coconut sugar
1 + 3/4 deciliter (equals 3/4 cup) buckwheat flour

16 almonds, sliced in two
A couple squares of dark chocolate, melted
Raspberry chia jam – recipe here!

I used this mould to make the fingers + you can also find it here and a similar one here (affiliate link).

Healthy Halloween treat // Bloody witch fingers Healthy Halloween treat // Bloody witch fingers Healthy Halloween treat // Bloody witch fingersDirections:
Start by mashing the bananas with a fork. Add them to a bowl with the rest of the wet ingredients and mix everything together. Add the dry ingredients while stirring and make sure everything is well mixed together. Pour the cake batter into a cake mould, I use one with fingers (I had to make it in 4 batches) and bake them in a preheated oven at 175 c // 350 f for about 10-12 minutes until they’re lightly golden and properly baked throughout. Leth them cool a little before you remove the cakes and make the next batch. Continue until you have used up all of the batter. When the cakes have cooled a little, use a little bit of melted dark chocolate to glue the almond nails to the finger tips. Served the finger cakes with raspberry chia jam for some added spookiness and gore + extra flavor of course ;)

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