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Dairy Free Peanut Butter Ice Cream
1 14 oz can whole or light coconut milk (I used whole and it was super rich)
1/3 c. natural peanut butter
1/3 c. agave nectar
1 tsp vanilla extract (NOT artificial…ew)
- Throw it all in the blender until smooth, then pour it into the ice cream maker. While it’s whirring away, you have the option to make it even more decadent with these peanut butter chunks. Once the ice cream is done, put it into a bowl and swirl the pb chunks into it.
Peanut Butter Chunks
1 1/2 Tbsp coconut oil
3 Tbsp natural peanut butter
2 Tbsp agave nectar
1/4 tsp vanilla extract
- Combine all ingredients in a small saucepan over low heat, stir until everything is melted and combined. This makes a lot, enough for a double batch of the ice cream recipe above.
I feel like eating gluten free just isn’t cutting it anymore.
The first two-four months I was eating GF I felt AMAZING. I had never felt so good in my life, but since December, if feels like everything keeps going downhill. Every day I feel sicker and sicker - no matter how careful I am. I’m to…
It’s an uphill struggle. You’ll spend a lot of time second guessing yourself. I was struggling and eventually sought help from a nutritionist that specialized in celiac. She was able to help me realize that not only was gluten a bad thing for me, but so was dairy. Maybe there’s something else you need to get out of your diet?
*hugs* Feel better. Let me know if you need to vent or chat.
"Hey what’s up? I know all about celiac disease. I used to run a scratch bakery for whole foods and we had a bunch of awesome gluten free products. I even one time made a scratch baguettes In a flour bakery and tested it and it was under 20 ppm of gluten which is what the FDA defines gluten free as"
A message that I just received on OK Cupid.
*backs away slowly* yeaahhh, close, but no…
This is like when my friend who works in a pizza parlor told me they have gluten free crust, but that still use wheat flour on the bottom of them because the gluten is only activated when it get wet and the oven dries everything out.
ARE YOU SERIOUS?! OH MY GOD I’M HORRIFIED AND REPULSED. I’M SO GLAD I NEVER GOT THAT PIZZA FROM THAT ONE HUGE CHAIN. WHAT, DOMINOES? NOPE NOPE NOPE
(Source: gfforbrokecollegekids, via bitchonabike)