Michelle and I have been planning this socca Sunday meal for a few days now! I am so excited to finally share it with you all We slept in this morning, so it was more of a brunch!
Last time I was in Charlotte I stopped by a health food store to grab some of Justin’s almond butter that we have seen many bloggers love. Luckily, for me the store offered samples of it! We were both eager to give this almond butter a try and we thought it would taste great with our socca.
Michelle and I were discussing our plans of our next socca Sunday… yes we plan these out, and thought figs would taste great with the almond butter socca idea we were already planning. We were going with a upgraded version of the classic PB & J!
Today’s Sunday Brunch – for our socca Sunday!
Pure2Raw’s Almond Butter Fig Socca
The main ingredients
Justin’s Maple Almond Butter (I bought these samples with my own money)
and fresh figs (love fig season)
And of course socca!!
Today’s socca I did:
- 1 cup garbanzo bean flour
- 1 1/4 cups water
- 1 tsp salt
- 1/2 tsp cinnamon
- 3 tbsp coconut oil (for the pan)
In a large bowl I put the garbanzo bean flour, water, salt, cinnamon and whisked together.
I put the 3 tbsp coconut oil in my 10 inch pan into a pre-heated oven of 400 degrees. Let the oil get hot for 4 minutes. Next I poured the cinnamon socca batter into the pan and baked for 40 minutes.
I topped the socca with the almond butter and fresh figs..no need for jelly when you have sweet fresh figs to use instead ; )
Yummy almond butter
Fresh the toppings with figs
Time to slice up
A little piece of heaven
Each bite was pure sweet bliss!
Michelle and I really enjoyed the combination of the almond butter and the sweet figs with the garbanzo bean socca! YUMMMMMM A little savory….with a little sweetness!
Till next time,