CONVENIECE FLAX EGGS
Premixed flax mixture to spoon out instead of making a flaxegg whenever you need it!
1/3 cup ground flax
2/3 cup hot water
let it sit 15 min. Then Refrigerate.
1 egg = 1 Tbsp flax egg + 2 Tbsp "milk"
Honey Cinnamon Munchie Mix
These are good to eat as a snack, treat, or as cereal! I made this first because my daughter didn't find the rice chex sweet enough to eat out of hand on a car trip! Please do add nuts and other cereals to make it like traditional nuts and bolts with a sweet twist!
5 cups GF cereal (Rice Chex are the best!)
1/3 cup honey
1/4 cup margarine or coconut oil
1 capful of vanilla
cinnamon to sprinkle (or pumpkin pie spice!)
Melt the honey and oil together.
Spread over the cereal and stir.
Spread on baking sheets in thin layer and sprinkle generously with cinnamon.
Bake at 350' for 12-15 min.
Allow to cool to room temperature before storing in an airtight container.
I haven't tried this but its a great idea - when I do I'll post a picture!
All nature RED sugar sprinkles!!
1/4 cup organic cane sugar (I'd use coconut sugar)
1/4 of a fresh beet sliced very thin.
EGG REPLACER POWDER
So much less expensive and easy to make.
Choose the starches that work for your diet.
2 1/2 cups potato starch (or white flour)
1 1/2 cups tapioca starch (or cornstarch or arrowroot or white flour)
2/3 cup baking powder
1/3 cup baking soda
To substitute for 1 egg, use 1 rounded 1/2 Tbsp egg replacer powder and 2 Tbsp (1/8 cup) water
If your recipe calls for egg whites beaten stiff, beat the egg replacer powder
with water until stiff (this won’t work for heavily egg-white-based dishes like
For recipes calling for egg yolks, use 1 rounded 1/2 Tbsp egg replacer powder with 1 Tbsp water
"FIX" YOUR ALL NATURAL PEANUT BUTTER
DON'T LIKE THE OIL ON TOP OF THE PEANUT BUTTER?
WISH IT WERE SWEETER? OR HAD SALT?
-Allow the peanut butter to sit and accumulate the oil on top.
-drain off the oil and measure it
-scrape the peanut butter out of the jar into a mixing bowl (I use a kitchen aid)
-measure out coconut oil to match the amount of oil you poured off and melt it. (add a bit of salt now if you want salt - try to dissolve it into the oil)
-add coconut sugar (or whatever sweetener you choose) to the peanut butter and add the melted coconut oil.
-Mix well. Whip it really well at the end.
-Scrape it back into the jar.
NOW it won't separate (or very very little) since the coconut oil sets at room temperature. And - as a bonus - coconut oil is very good for you!
OR... whip it and then refrigerate and it won't separate
BEEF JERKY FROM GROUND MEAT