Dairy-Free Pistachio Ice Cream |No Eggs
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by Sherry Lipp
1d ago
Do you love Pistachio Ice Cream? Want to make it dairy-free, without refined sugar or eggs? You’re in the right place! I had never made pistachio ice cream before. To be honest, I don’t think I’d eaten it more than a couple of times, but I had some shelled and raw pistachio nuts, and ice cream sounded good so I decided to give it a try. Dairy-free Pistachio Ice Cream Tips Toast or roast your pistachio nuts – I have instructions for toasting them in a pan, but you can also roast them in the oven if you like. Toasting the nuts brings out the rich flavor of the nut. Make sweetened, condened coc ..read more
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Grain-Free SCD Strawberry “Pretzel” Salad
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by Sherry Lipp
1w ago
I’m going to be right up front, there are no actual pretzels in this dessert, but keep reading to see how I get a grain-free salty crunch that won’t make you miss the pretzels at all. I have created a grain-free SCD Strawberry Pretzel Salad! I have been wanting to make this dessert for so long. I thought it wouldn’t work because the traditional recipe uses a lot of non-Specific Carbohydrate Diet ingredients like cream cheese, whipped topping, Jell-O, and of course pretzels. After writing Don’t Skip Dessert Volume 2, I realized I had substitutions for everthing except the pretzels. What is Stra ..read more
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SCD Yogurt Labneh
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by Sherry Lipp
2w ago
I have been straining my SCD yogurt for over 20 years, when I want to have a very thick yogurt. The longer it strains, the thicker it will get. Straining it for 24 hours, will produce of thickness almost like cream cheese. Recenlty, I discovered making SCD Labneh, which is essentially just a strained yogurt thay may have some lemon juice and salt added. Adding the lemon juice and salt to the yogurt provides more flavor, and I think adding salt strains out even more of the liquid. The salt and lemon juice give it more of a cream cheese-like flavor. What is Labneh? Labneh is yogurt that has been ..read more
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Grain-Free Blueberry Yogurt Bars
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by Sherry Lipp
1M ago
I love mixing fruit with thick Greek style yogurt. That combo is the essence of these bars. They are creamy and delicious with just a little crunch in the crust. They are great for breakast, a snack, or to serve at a brunch. The sweetness of the blueberry jam provides the perfect contrast to the tangy yogurt. What is Labneh? I start by making Labneh – a very thick strainted yogurt that has just a pinch of salt and a little lemon juice. Adding the flavors to the yogurt gives it more of a cream cheese quality. I strain my yogurt for at least 24 hours to make it very thick. Strained yogurt is a l ..read more
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Three Ingredient Blueberry Jam – No Sugar No Pectin
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by Sherry Lipp
1M ago
If you love the sweet, tangy taste of blueberries, this homemade honey-sweetened blueberry jam is a must-try. It’s a quick, easy, and delicious way to preserve the flavors of summer and enjoy them all year round. With just three simple ingredients – blueberries, honey, and lemon juice – you can create a jam that’s perfect for toast, pancakes, waffles, yogurt, or any other treat you like to sweeten. Jam for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet This jam is very easy and is SCD Diet friendly since it doesn’t not use any refined sugar or pectin. I like to make just a small serving to use right away, but ..read more
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Peanut Butter Bliss Bites – No Refined Sugar
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by Sherry Lipp
2M ago
I’ve seen recipes all over social media showing people how to make homemade “healthier Reese’s Eggs” for Easter. Since none of these, that I’ve seen, are Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD) friendly, I decided to give making my own recipe a try. I’m not disappointed I did! These are very tasty. At first I was going to make a white chocolate covered egg using my Cocoa Butter Candy recipe, but I was inspired by Reese’s Peanut Butter Lovers cups to go for a peanut butter coated peanut butter candy. Tips on Making SCD Candy Low heat is important! Low heat helps the candy get to the right texture and ..read more
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Grain-Free Carrot Cake with Creamy Cashew Frosting
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by Sherry Lipp
2M ago
This cake is customized for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. The combination of carrots with almond and coconut flours creates a delicious and decadent cake that is ideal for the Spring season. The sweet spices enhance the fresh carrot flavor and introduce a layer of complexity. How Do You Make a Grain-Free Carrot Cake? The key to crafting a successful grain-free cake lies in achieving the perfect blend of almond and coconut flours along with the wet ingredients. It’s crucial to strike a balance to prevent the cake from being too dry or overly moist. Dry cakes lack flavor and are challenging t ..read more
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Grain-Free Honey Almond Flour Muffins
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by Sherry Lipp
3M ago
These Grain-Free Honey Almond Flour Muffins are a tasty and easy addition to your Specific Carbohydrate Diet‘ (SCD Diet) recipe collection. The muffins just have a few ingredients and have the perfect soft texture without being too moist. The trick to getting almond flour muffins to not be “wet” is to have a combination of coconut flour and almond flour to make your grain-free flour mix. I like to use about 1/4 cup of coconut flour for every one cup of almond flour. What You Will Need to Make Grain-Free Honey Almond Flour Muffins Creating these delectable muffins requires a simple list of ing ..read more
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SCD Easy Butter Chicken
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by Sherry Lipp
3M ago
This butter chicken is one of my favorite recipes. It takes a little time, but it’s very easy to make. If you love warm spices like cumin and coriander, you will love this recipe. The buttery sauce adds rich flavor without being heavy. Do you have to use ghee to make Butter Chicken? You can use regular butter in place of the ghee. Ghee has a deeper flavor than butter and I prefer it, but regular butter will work nicely for it. Ghee has the milk solids removed, which brings out more flavor. It is less creamy than regular butter. The bottom line is, use ghee for the best flavor, but if you don’t ..read more
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Eating For Crohn’s In the Anti-Diet Movement
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by Sherry Lipp
4M ago
I recently listened to an episode of the Full Plate podcast hosted by “anti-diet” nutritionist Abbie Atwood that centered on Crohn’s Disease and diet. Let me start off by saying, I like Abbie and have chatted with her a little bit on social media about “anti-diet” and what that means to me as someone who has modified diet to help keep my Crohn’s in remission for over 20 years. I do agree with Abbie on a lot of her points about body stigma, health at any size, and the overemphasis of weight loss or being “thin” as a signifier of “being healthy.” We part ways on whether there is room for intenti ..read more
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