Enchanted Hearth: Vegan Pancakes

20171231_182152.jpgGreetings beloveds,

There’s nothing better on a cold winter day than some warm nutritious pancakes. Here’s a recipe for vegan pancakes that will be sure to make your day.

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Pancakes

1/2 Cup of Flax Meal

1/2 Cup of Almond Meal

1/2 Cup of flour, almond flour, coconut flour or any type of flour you prefer

1 Cup Almond, Coconut, Soy Milk

2 Tablespoons baking soda

Sweetener of You Choice

Cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, ginger or spice of your choosing to taste

Honey, coconut sugar, brown sugar, stevia to taste

Mix dry ingredients in bowl. Add milk to dry mix. Continue to mix all ingredients until well combined.

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Over medium heat, place pan that is either non-stick or is lightly greased so the mixture will not stick the pan. Once pan is hot, pour mixture in so that pancake is roughly about ¼ an inch high. The pancake will rise as it begins to cook. Once bubbles begin to appear across the top of the pancake it is ready to be flipped.

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Cook on opposite side for about 2-3 minutes depending on thickness of pancake. Remove from pan and place on plate. Cover with a clean dish towel or cover that will allow steam to escape to maintain the heat while you cook the rest of the pancakes.

Add you favorite toppings such as chocolate chips, fruit, nut butters, whipped cream, jam, honey, etc.

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Enjoy!!

Rose

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Journaling for Self-Care: January’s Journal Prompt

Journaling for self-care

Greetings beloveds,

Self-care may be a buzz word that’s almost become synonymous with tea, meditation, baths, and yummy foods. Theory without practice does little to serve the soul. Practices that we do not personally connect with may actually cause for us to experience more stress rather than alleviate the stressor. Find what connects to you. Find what works for you and when it no longer helps then change your routine. This year we are trying something different to take self-care from theory to practice. At the start of each month we will share a couple of journal prompts to write about each month. Hopefully you will find these thought provoking and encouraging.

Here’s to our health!

-Rose

Week 1 Spirit:

What are you looking forward to most this winter?

Week 2 Feminine/Masculine:

          What is your take on the Divine Feminine?

Week 3 Physical Activity/Nutrition:

What are 3 of your favorite ways to stay active?

Week 4 Home/Space:

“Nature opens it’s lesson plan

To a single word …patience.”

Excerpt of Patience from Where Butterfly’s Pray by Susie Clevenger. You can purchase her work here.

January: The Start of Something Big

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Greetings beloveds,

2017 was a year of growth for me. Here’s a list of where we’ve been

  • Consistently contributed to The Bliss Institute blog
  • Did oracle readings for each season change, full and new moon.
  • Introduced the 12 Dark Goddesses
  • Completed the first 28 Days of Love
  • Designed the self care and Underworld Journey workshop
  • Created the Sovereign Moon course
  • Designed the Official Bliss Institute Product line of incense, candles, altar jars, and oils.
  • Developed the Gods and Goddess of Love and Sex Tarot Deck

Here’s where we plan to go in 2018

  • Design workshops on tarot, oracle, astrology, numerology, and 12 Universal Laws course
  • Develop the Connecting to the Goddesses of Life and Death Course
  • Design the Resurrection Course
  • Consistently post Youtube videos and social media posts
  • Introduce the Gods of Life and Death
  • Include fashion in the home/space blog space
  • Provide at least one book or movie review each month
  • Provide a monthly journal prompt

And those are just the beginning! I hope that you all were able to achieve your goals in 2017. Even more I pray that you have set intentions and goals which feed your passions and your soul in 2018.

Here’s to another year of success!

-Rose