I'm on a special diet to gain weight. I love jello, but it has too little calories (per standard serving) for my snacking needs. SO! I decided to mix in heavy whipping cream instead of water, with a package of strawberry jello. I have heard it has the consistency of mousse, and you can also...
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Is it possible to do without the family complaining? We love our cheese and milk and ice cream. I'm really not into soy, so that kind of limits our options.
When we converted to gluten free, I focused on meals that just naturally didn't include wheat products and I'd like to do the same for...
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I'm looking to make a mousse that is dairy free. I'm considering using soy/rice/almond milk but am not sure if these have enough 'body' to give the mousse the thickness/texture factor.
Would any of these milk alternatives work? Or is there another alternative not mentioned here?
~I wasn't sure to post this in Food or Health as it straddles both categories. I'm in need of some guidance, recommendations and advice about a dairy free diet.
Dd #2 was having awful reflux issues so I did an elimination diet. When I added dairy back in the reflux issues came back so I'm...
I just found this out and I'm still not sure how to go about eliminating all of this from my diet. I was wondering if anyone else has had to deal with all three intolerances at once?
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My DH and I are finding it hard to get our dairy this winter. We traditionally drink milk and yogurt and eat cheese. The problem is, they're all cold, and it's cold in here!! (49 Farenheit by the thermometer in the bedroom).
Any creative ideas for getting dairy during the cold months?
Simple Dairy Free Pancakes
Recipe DescriptionThese are an easy staple for me. You can also use the soy drink dry mix for these. I do not use that mix to drink but it works well in cooking and makes it even more economical. Preparation Steps: Level of Difficulty:Easy...
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June is Dairy Month; celebrate with homemade ice cream?
But you don't need an ice cream freezer to make your
own homemade ice cream. You can make ice cream with
your refrigerator. Here's how:
3/4 cup sugar
2 tablespoons cornstarch
1 cup milk
1 pint heavy whipping cream