There’s no doubt that we love ice cream around here… Like way too much. Nothing to eat for dinner? Ice cream! Feeling snacky in the afternoon? Ice cream! Wanting to eat your feelings? Ice cream! Hah, but seriously… The only problem with this is that the hubby can only tolerate dairy in very small amounts (see why here). So I wanted to come up with a rich and creamy dairy free custard as a delicious replacement.
Hey y’all. This has been another crazy week! Luckily, we got to relax yesterday and not do much. We’ve been trying to be better about taking a day of rest. Which is great, but then I have to get all my other work done on one day. It’s a fair trade! It’s finally gotten the typical southern Illinois terribly hot and muggy temperature! Boo! Hopefully it will cool off again soon so we don’t have to stay inside!
This week I shared…
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Last week I shared 5 Simple Ways to Switch to Real Food Today and today I want to share with you 5 more ways. It wasn’t like I woke up one day and decided I was going to stop eating/eat on rare occasion, fake not healthy foods. It took me years to completely make the switch, so don’t feel like you have to do this overnight. You will probably end up really hungry or go on a crazy twinkie rampage or something to that nature. Eating real food doesn’t mean you have to be perfect all the time. We eat 90/10 or 85/15 real food to not so real food.