Easy to make, a lot healthier than conventional sweets and can be eaten hot or cold.
- 125ml apple juice
- 1 tbs?Clearspring Agar Flakes
- 59g?Clearspring Malt Syrup?
- 59g Maple?Syrup
- pinch of?Clearspring Traditional Sea Salt
- 2 tbsp lemon rind
- 59ml?lemon juice
- 2 tbsp?Clearspring Kuzu
- 79ml soy milk
- lemon slices for garnish
- Bring the apple juice and agar flakes to the boil and simmer for 8-10 mins until the agar has dissolved. Stir.
- Add the syrup, salt and lemon rind to the pot and stir once more.?
- Dilute the kuzu powder in cold soy milk, then add to the simmering pot of agar mixture and stir constantly until the liquid is translucent and bubbling.?
- Turn off the heat, add lemon juice and mix well.
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