Archive for the ‘Desserts’ Category

Customer Recipe: Merlin’s Jungle-Style Ulu Cookies

Thursday, April 12th, 2012

Ulu (breadfruit) is a starchy food grown in the tropic regions of the world.

Excerpted from Living More Closely with Spirit of Nature. Available at:   MerlinsHerbalMagic.com

Sticky, gooey, ripe ulu (breadfruit) can be a mysterious element to engage the first
time. It looks slightly like roof tar yet tastes yummy, sweet with super-fine fibers
persisting after the sweetness melts in the mouth like a wad of chewing gum.
Breadfruit is perfect when it is soft, sweet, and sticky. As soon as it gets a tangy
bite in the flavor or loses its tenacity with mushiness it is overripe and shouldn’t
be used. Remember sticky and sweet. Usually the color also changes with
over-ripeness, looking wet and custardy rather than doughy. (more…)

Ulu Chocolate Cake (Gluten-free & Vegan)

Saturday, February 11th, 2012

Ulu & Banana painting in background and Ulu Chocolate Cake in front both created by Shastin Grace

Living here in Hawai‘i, we find some very interesting fruits. Breadfruit or ulu, as it is also known, is a very unique one indeed. You can usually find the round green ulu at the local farmers market or health food store. Recipes most often call for a hard, young breadfruit but for my recipe here we will need one that is ripe and soft.

This recipe came out of a happy accident and some experimentation. I had originally planned to use a green ulu a try out another recipe, but I waited too long and it got soft. Frugal girl that I am, I refused to waste it so I cut it open and tasted the soft flesh. I noticed it was naturally sweet but a little bitter. I then just went with my adventurous spirit and began to add some fresh ripe apple bananas, honey, carob and cacao powders and other stuff. I noticed that the batter was very elastic and almost cake-like so I decided to throw it in the oven to see what would come of it. (more…)

Gluten-Free Snickdoodle Recipe

Saturday, December 24th, 2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Happy Holidays everyone! Well it is that time of year when we are tempted beyond belief to go against our better judgment and indulge in sweets and goodies of all kinds—many of which are not gluten free. For many this means suffering through a host of unwanted side effects! Symptoms from gluten intolerance can range from upset stomach, indigestion, hives and for some the symptoms can be much more serious. (more…)

Easy Pumpkin Bread Recipe with Chocolate Chips

Sunday, November 20th, 2011

Hello All,

Here is a super easy and quick recipe for delicious pumpkin bread with mini chocolate chips, inspired by one of our customers, that is the perfect thing to bring to Thanksgiving dinner or to any holiday party. (more…)

Some Yummy New Treats You Might Like

Wednesday, September 28th, 2011

Aloha all, just wanted to put the word out about some of our new products here at Healthy Hut. Come in and give them a try. Chia Seed drinks, Ono Pops and Tropical Dreams Ice Cream are all flavorful new additions!

1. Chia Seed Drinks: The latest craze in nourishing drinks, chia seeds add a nice texture, fiber, protein, minerals and omega-3 essential fatty acids! The legendary Tarahumara indians of northern Mexico consume drinks containing chia seeds to give them energy to run great distances—sometimes 50 miles or more! GT’s Synergy Kombucha has put out several chia seed varieties. These are all raw and fermented. Mamma Chia makes some great chia seed drinks as well that are all organic. (more…)

Yummy: Coco-Chaco-Chia Pudding

Thursday, September 8th, 2011



Aloha everyone, I have been experimenting in my kitchen again and you know what that means…. a new, awesome recipe for you to try!

Well I just finished reading this great book, “Born to Run” by Christopher McDougall and I am now super hyped on barefoot running and eating chia seeds. (more…)

Powerhouse Creamery: Kaua‘i ice cream now available at Healthy Hut

Thursday, August 25th, 2011

Powerhouse Creamery, Made on Kauai

Sparrow serves ice cream at a farmer's market on Kauai.

If you are a fan of local food and coconut milk ice cream then you are in for a treat! We are now bringing in more of Powerhouse Creamery’s delicious ice creams including a dairy-free coconut variety that can hold its own against the other popular brands in the emerging coconut ice cream market. (more…)

Candy Milk Shake

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

Super yummy raw milk shake I came across, just something new for you to try in your blender.

4 cacao Beans (peeled – you can add more if you want it even more chocolately)
1 Tsp agave nectar
2 dates (I use Halawi)
1 1/2 frozen bananas
Pure water (I use about 1 c.)
Ice to desired texture (I use about 2 c.)
2 Tbl almonds (optional)

Blend all ingredients, except ice, in blender til nice and creamy. Then add ice to desired texture (I used 1 c. full)

Makes one glass full. YUM!!!!

– by Michelle Reeves, From SAD to RAW

Lemony Cheesecake

Monday, October 19th, 2009

lemons

This Tortilla Chip Muffin recipe featured in the Washington Post was created during a dinner party at Merlyn & Steve Ruddle’s home on Kauai, featuring organic products found at Healthy Hut. Click on the link below to view the recipe…

Lemony Cheesecake