The end of 2014 is approaching and the end of a year is a great time to reflect on what we have achieved and to give thanks to all the blessings in our life. You following this blog is one of my greatest blessings…
I would like to share and reflect on what I consider to be the best recipes from KarmaFree Cooking these past 12 months… Hope you have enjoyed them too.
So without further ado, in no particular order…
And if you love any other recipes… please share with us in our comments section. We love to hear from you all. Happy Holidays and a great 2015.
With so much people running around malls these days around the Xmas season, sometimes it’s not about how much you spend on gifts, but how heartfelt a present can be. What can be more heartfelt than a gift you make yourself?
Here are a few ideas you can easily make in your kitchen and that for sure, won’t get re-gifted.
You can make a few batches of this easily and bottle them in clean water bottles. Add a bow and it makes a great hostess gift for any Xmas party.
This is a dessert anyone will love – It’s vegan, gluten-free and super easy to make. Give it away in disposable containers and it makes a great dessert to bring to that holiday party.
Cranberry Sauce is mostly eaten at Thanksgiving, but package it in glass jars, but a bow around it and call it Cranberry Preserves and makes a great gift for an office crew.
This is even simpler to make when you buy almonds already peeled… it’s a great snack for a night of drinks with friends and even to bring to that family gathering to have a little something to nibble on before dinner.
Make an extra batch of that Coquito you made for a party and churn it into the best holiday ice cream ever!!!! This is a gift from you to yourself.
The Centro Cultural Yoga Devanand will offer this coming Sunday, December 7, a Vegetarian Xmas Cooking Class featuring typical dishes from the Puerto Rican Xmas menu. “This is our way to teach our community that you can celebrate a typical Puerto Rican Xmas, with all the traditional flavors we love but without the need to harm any living creature. Also, our students will taste for themselves how delicious and accessible vegetarian cooking can be – made with the exact same ingredients all Puerto Ricans love so much.” shares Carmen González, who will lead the cooking class.
The vegetarian cooking class will be from 1PM to 5PM. Participants should bring their own apron and where to take notes. The Vegetarian Xmas Cooking Class is only $20 per person and it’s a donation to the Centro Cultural Yoga Devanand. Spaces are limited.
The Centro Cultural Yoga Devanand is a non-profit institution offering Mantra Yoga Meditation and Hatha Yoga. They also provide orientations via seminars on vegetarian cooking, stress management, relaxation workshops, breathing techniques and other natural and positive practices. The Center is located in Calle 13 SO #824 in Caparra Terrace. You can find them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CentroCulturalYogaDevanand. For more information call 787-273-0236.