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Today weintroduceto you our very ownMr Darcy Higgins. A lifelong self confessedorganicfoodie with a passion for cookingaccent pillow case baby burlap rug，recipemaking and good old fashionedhonestcleanliving， this former traveller， surfer， swimmer， footballer， mountain hiker and all round fitness devotee，has had some major life changes in thepastfew years after being caught up in an horrific car accident that left him to beat all odds to walk again.Doctors agree that it is no accident that Darcy is where he is today and that its his lifelongcommitmenttohealthyliving， and eating， that helped him learn to walk and talk again.personalized teacher signs
A veritable force of nature who is both generous and giving， soulful and gracious， Darcy is going to be sharing with us over the next few months some of hisfavouriterecipes that help to both nurture and nourish. Mr Darcy can cook. Now that&rsquo；s our kind of man!
BURNT CARAMEL BANANA BREAD
BYMr Darcy Higgins|PHOTOGRAPHYTori Simson| PRODUCTION Chanelle McAuliffe |PROPS Izzi &； Popo
3 Ripe bananas2 cups of Almond meal1 Free-range Egg1/4 cup Agave syrup or rice malt1 Vanilla pod1/4 cup Coconut oil1/3 cup Almond milk1 tsp Coconut sugarSqueeze of lemonGood shake of cinnamonHandful of chia seeds
Preheat oven to 170 C.
1. Place coconut sugar on a plate， slice bananas and roll them in the sugar. In a fry pan on medium heat， cook bananas in organic butter or coconut oil until caramelized and soft. This will give the bread an extra boost of flavor and caramel tones.2. Smash bananas in a bowl with a fork or potato masher， add coconut oil， agave， lemon， egg， vanilla， and cinnamon， and mix.
3. Add chia seeds and almond meal and combine.
4. Line loaf tray with baking paper or lightly oil， spoon batter in and sprinkle chia seeds on top. Cover the loaf with foil and bake for about 45 minutes， remove foil and bake for a further 15 minutes to brown off the bread.
Makes 1 loaf
Place any left over batter into muffin trays and top with pumpkin seeds and bake for about 40 minutes.
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