I did some experimenting this weekend and went overboard with maple syrup in the process. okay, lesson learned. Even when you do everything else right, the maple syrup in excess is still a problem as I'm feeling the creaks in my joints. :)
Yesterday I made mighty muffins (without the walnuts and raisins). These are good and don't have an excessive amount of refined sweetener in them. So I would say I can repeat these in the future. They remind me of banana bread. However, I made the full recipe and ate too many of them both yesterday and today. But it looks like it would be really easy to make 1/6 the recipe in the future. I'll do that!
Today I made blueberry-spelt pancakes which I topped with gallons of maple syrup. Boy was that good--of course because of the gallons of maple syrup. The pancakes on their own, I'm not even sure what they tasted like. The batter tasted kind of yucky actually. Now I still might consider doing this in the future too, on special occasions and with only small amounts of maple syrup. But I don't think I'll desire it for a while.
I was very much looking forward to real food again tonight. I made Kichadi. It was great! I added 1 cup of fresh corn to the recipe. I also had a fresh corn on the cob with it for dinner.
Tomorrow I will have more kichadi for lunch, and Ann Esselstyn's lovely collard wraps for dinner, along with other delicious healthy stuff. Yeah, I prefer that stuff. Nice to know.