This is the exact recipe with brands that I used. It tasted great and no one knew it was dairy free. I used homemade marshmallow fluff, I used Recipe #418771. I think any would work either homemade or store bought.
Looking for a gluten free cream soup? This is one of the easiest I have found. With this you can add mushrooms for a cream of mushroom, chicken for cream of chicken, and the list goes on. I have also used this to make a sausage gravy which is "fantastic" in the words of my grandson.
The recipe came from glutenfreehomemaker.com
My kids love this dairy free creamy rice pudding. It will thicken as it cools and may need to be thinned a little with water or more coconut milk. Sometimes we add dried cranberries or cherries at the beginning, they plump as they cook.
I bought a new benchtop mixer and wanted to make something quick, easy but still special. I saw a recipe for an old favourite, the marble cake but as a vegan I needed to make some changes... So here it is for everyone else to enjoy! Frost as desired or simply sprinkle with icing sugar!
From Penzey's Spices catalog. Original recipe from Adele Christensen. We felt it was a bit salty with the 1 tsp salt, so I would cut it next time. We used boneless ribs and skinless, boneless chicken breasts.
Now Eggs Benedict is still a possibility for those unable to have dairy. I used to use the Knorr package of Hollandaise Sauce but unfortunately it has dairy in it, so decided to come up with my own version. I think the taste is quite similar, and it makes more than enough sauce for two servings of Eggs Benedict. Also would be so good to serve with fish or on vegetables.
I've been working on this potato soup for years, and I'm finally happy enough with it to share. Just tonight, I served it to a friend who claimed not to like potatoes. He liked it!
Specific brands for making this egg-, dairy-, and soy-free are included. A good potato soup does not need cream or milk!
Delicious and easy! If you use Fleichmann's Unsalted Margarine, it's also dairy-free.(Check your label to be sure!) Of course, those of us who can handle dairy can use real butter and top with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream. SO yummy!
The best birthday present I’ve had in recent years is my super cool gelato machine. We can have the best gelato ever in usually 30 minutes. No pre-freezing of bowls, no salt or ice required. And we can do it again after a 5 minute rest for the machine (about the time it takes to serve up, wash the bowl, and mix up more gelato).
We also discovered that most of the best recipes are between 3-5 ingredients. Oh, and one IMPORTANT tip: You can swap sugar for almost any sugar substitute but generally you want to use HALF the amount of sugar substitute (xylitol, erythritol) for any frozen dessert. I don’t know why but I picked that tip up when I did my initial recipe search and I can confirm that forgetting to half the sugar creates something mostly inedible.
I try to be conscientious about the ingredients I use to make my recipes. In this cobber I used StahlBush Island Farms raspberries. They are a sustainable farm group. These raspberries are Organic and grown right here in the Good Ole' US of A. I feel good about that! The raspberries aren't overly tart which is nice. When I thawed them they weren't runny, but quite firm. However once cooking them that all changed. I noticed that there is a lot of raspberry juice in the bottom of the pan. If you don't like this you might want to add more thickener to suit your tastes. The crust I used in this reminds me a lot of short cake crust...yummy!
This recipe makes a decadent, low carb, and dairy-free ice cream that is really out of this world! You will love this even if you don't love coconut. My husband (who has no dietary restrictions and is an ice cream addict) told me that this is the best that he's ever had. Each 1/2 cup serving contains 6.4 grams of net carbohydrates, and 24.2 grams of healthy fat from the coconut (gotta love those medium chain triglycerides)!
We get together with friends every week for dinner and one of them doesn't eat dairy. This recipe is based on Rosemary Black's "Make-Ahead Pizza Casserole" from the April 2009 issue of Parenting magazine.