It’s raining here today. It’s almost like Fall arrived in a full-on run … no sauntering in this year.
This cooler weather makes me especially appreciative of the Fiesta Mole Superfood mix. The garlic, spicy, tomato blend is a nice contrast to the sweetness of Chocolate Bliss and even when it’s served as a cold soup it warms me up all over.
Frankly, I tend to sprinkle the dry Fiesta Mole mix on everything I can think of. Usually that’s on top of lettuce, avocados, and baked potatoes (yes I eat cooked food!).
A friend of mine says she sprinkles it on top of granny smith apples. I haven’t tried that just yet, but I bet it’s yummy.*See comment below: yes it is!
When you can’t think of anything else to sprinkle it on top of, or you want a really warming raw food dish, here are two other ways to munch more mole: Fiesta Mole Soup and Fiesta Mole Dip …
Fiesta Molé Soup
½ Cup Fiesta Mole mix
1-2 Tbsp Olive Oil
3-5 Cups pure water (less water for thicker soups)
Optionally also add:
½ Cup Activated walnuts (soaked for 3 hours and rinsed)
2 Tbsp Nutritional Yeast Flakes for a cheesy taste
½ tsp Cayenne pepper
Our favorite additions to the soup once blended are:
Fiesta Molé Dip
1/2 Cup Fiesta Mole Mix
1/3 Cup Olive Oil
2/3 Cup pure water
Blend all ingredients until smooth in a food processor. Add more water to desired taste and consistency. Makes a great spicy dip for vegetables … peapods and granny smith apples are a favorite. Enjoy!