Jujube Fruit Dairy Free Ice Cream

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If you follow me on InstGood (AKA Instagram), then you know that we’ve been getting lots of local organic jujube fruit here in Southern California. The number one comment I get when I post pictures of jujubes is, “I had no idea it wasn’t just candy!” I don’t know how it’s possible, but I had actually never… 

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Ice Pops for Kids

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ROCKET POPS!!!! These are the kids’ new favorite. I’m beginning to think they will eat anything I freeze in them. These are Carrot Orange, and Green Lemonade. Since taking this photo last week I’ve made them two more times! They love them! Or are the ring pops their favorite?! It’s a toss-up And I have… 

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Chocolate Dairy-free Ice Cream

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Chocolate Dairy-Free Ice Cream This ice cream recipe comes from my Dairy-Free Ice Cream book! Click here to see the full list of recipes! Ingredients: 1 (13-ounce) can full-fat coconut milk heaping ½ cup (about 10) soft, pitted Medjool dates 1 cup almond, cashew, or hemp milk 1/3 cup cocoa or raw cacao powder 1 tablespoon vanilla extract… 

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Dairy-Free Ice Cream book sneak peak

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The updated edition of Dairy-Free Ice Cream: 75 Recipes Made Without Eggs, Gluten, Soy, or Refined Sugar comes out next Tuesday, June 24th!!! is out now! I wanted to tell you what you will find in Dairy-Free Ice Cream: •  Over 75 full-page color photos (Taken by yours truly, of course.) •  A History of Dairy-Free Ice… 

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Swiss Almond Dairy Free Ice Cream

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After a 10-year struggle with endometriosis, I finally gave up eating dairy in 2005. My naturopathic doctor explained to me that even organic dairy (without added hormones) came from the milk of an animal, and the natural hormones in the milk were encouraging my misplaced endometrial cells. I had already been diagnosed with celiac disease, and I… 

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Kiwi Apricot & Mango Pops

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Today I have for you, not really a recipe, but more of an inspirational photograph. These pops are nothing but pureed fruit. Kiwi, apricot, and mango. They take only a few minutes to make and they are so pretty and healthy. I use my Magic Bullet to puree the fruit and BPA-Free molds. ♥, Kelly  

Baby Food Popsicles

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Ginger has been loving feeding herself these frozen baby food popsicles. I’m fondly referring to them as “baby food pops.” They’re just pureed fruits and vegetables, frozen in BPA-free molds made by Tovolo. The first ones we made were cherry and steamed green beans. She liked them, but they could have used some coconut cream or… 

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Banana Date Frozen Custard

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I’ve been crazy for custard lately. Refrigerated or frozen. It has so few ingredients, which I love, and it’s super easy to make. It just takes a lot of whisking. You could speed up the whisking process by heating your coconut milk first without the egg yolks (so you could heat it faster), then temper… 

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