Cooking with integral ingredients daily is easy and healthy . An integral diet is  based in using natural ingredients unrefined, rich in vital nutrients. Using whole grains for the development of breads, puddings, cookies or cakes, is a good initiative.

The same applies to sugar. Using brown or blonde sugar is much better, but always in small quantities since the excessive sweets are not healthy and do not allow to savor the rest of the ingredients.

Dried fruit, for example, already have high natural sugar naturally concentrated in the same fruit, so it would not have to spend additional large quantities.

Back to use less refined food, as was done previously, today may be a way to achieve the goal of going to improve, little by little, our quality of life.

The food industry, with all its procedures and refinements, has removed many nutrients to what nature provides us. Indeed, many digestive disorders, constipation and increased cholesterol, among other disorders are associated with it.

So, if you wish to start this kind of diet, include dried fruit, seeds and whole grains in the diet, they provide fiber and help solve all the ills of modern food. 


  • 2 cups All Bran, 
  • 1 / 3 cup brown sugar,
  • 3 / 4 cup chopped dates and additional for garnish,
  • 1 / 2 cup chopped walnuts,
  • 1 ¼ cups milk, 
  • 1 cup flour comprehensive Superfine, 
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder.


Place the All Bran, sugar, dates, walnuts and milk in a bowl. Mix well and leave to stand for an hour.
Mix very well the baking powder and flour spent together by a mesh sieve open.
Add flour with baking powder screened at the Rep All Bran mixture and mix.
Butter either a mold lengthened to 500 grams. and line the base with butter paper, also buttered.
Put the preparation in a preheated oven to 180 degrees (moderate) for approximately 55 minutes to an hour or until the prick with a toothpick does not leave paste adhering.
Release it on a grill, cool and decorate with dates, glaze or kero.

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