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This dairy-free peach frozen yogurt brings back memories of my childhood. I remember one summer when I was little and we had a large family reunion the adults were making peach ice cream for everyone. They were using one of those crank ice cream makers and family members were taking turns cranking the machine, while everyone was anxiously awaiting. Well, I know I was anxiously awaiting. It was such a novelty to me to have homemade ice cream and for it to have peaches in it. I’m thinking it was my grandfather’s favorite flavor.
After what seemed like forever to my young mind, they started passing those bowls of creamy goodness out to everyone. I remember taking those first few bites of peachy goodness and thinking the world was a wonderful place. It’s a snapshot in my mind of a perfect summer day with family and the most delicious peach ice cream man could make.
Fast forward to today and we have the blessing of being able to make homemade ice cream and frozen yogurt in a simple to use electric ice cream maker. I love to use my ice cream maker, especially now that our family needs to eat dairy-free we can still enjoy delicious and healthy desserts like this one.
This dairy-free peach frozen yogurt is so simple and easy to make, just blend the ingredients and put it all in the ice cream maker and let it do it’s magic. I’ve added in the flavors of vanilla and just a bit of ginger to make the peach flavor really shine.
Trim Healthy Mamas 1/4 of this recipe is an FP. If you have more than 1/4 of this recipe it will push it into an E category.
- Place coconut yogurt in blender first, then add the remaining ingredients. Blend until smooth.
- Add mixture to ice cream maker, following manufacturer's instructions.
The vegetable glycerine is optional too, but I think you'll find that it does make the texture creamier.
If you freeze any left-overs, remove from the freezer 10-20 minutes before serving to allow it to soften up a bit.
*homemade sweetener - 1 cup erythritol + 1 teaspoon Now Better Stevia
Nutrition Facts per serving: Calories 92 Fat: 4 g Net Carbs: 10 g Protein: 1 g
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Fried green beans is an easy and delicious side dish. I like to keep frozen green beans on hand to quickly round out a meal. When I was growing up, I think I was the only one in my family who didn’t like green beans, but frying them like this made me come to love them. They have such a great texture and flavor.
I use gluten-free Herbamare organic seasoning salt in my recipe, but feel free to use your favorite seasoned salt blend. Make sure to check ingredients if needing to be gluten-free.
Trim Healthy Mamas one serving of this recipe is an FP. The fat is 5 g and the net carbs are 6 g. Depending on what you serve it with it can be an FP, S, or and E.
- 2 lbs of frozen green beans
- 3 tablespoons coconut oil
- 3 cloves garlic, crushed
- 1 teaspoon Herbamare or your favorite seasoning salt
- Heat coconut oil in large frying pan over medium heat until melted.
- Add frozen green beans and spread out in pan. Cover with lid and cook for 10 minutes. Stirring a couple of times.
- Remove lid after 10 minutes and continue frying. Add in Herbamare seasoning salt.
- Continue frying and stir occasionally for another 10-15 minutes. Add in crushed garlic for the last couple of minutes. The beans are finished when you have a nice mixture of green color.
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You know that moment when you just want a little something yummy and sweet, but not too sweet, this peanut butter treat will fit the bill. It’s a single serve size that is quick to make with low-fat peanut flour, water, erythritol, and stevia. No gluten, no dairy, no eggs, no sugar – just yum.
Stir the ingredients together and you’re all set.
You can make it however thick you would like by how much water you add to the mix. Start with a tablespoon of water and then slowly add more as you need it.
Enjoy this by itself or use it for a delicious low-fat dip for apples or bananas. You could also dip cookies in it or drizzle it over a THM on-plan ice cream. Hmm, think of the possibilities.
Trim Healthy Mamas this Peanut Butter Treat is an FP.
- Stir peanut flour, 1 tablespoon water, and sweetener in a small bowl. Slowly add in another tablespoon of water till you get your desired thickness.
- Enjoy on its own or as a dip.
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These fudgy brownie bites are just the perfect little dessert. They are free of many of the main allergens, but full of flavor and have a wonderful moist texture. They are gluten-free, egg-free, dairy-free, and if you use my MamaShire Baking Blend they will be nut-free. If using Trim Healthy Mama Baking Blend it contains almond flour, so it’s not nut-free.
I baked these in mini-muffin pans like this one and they turned out great.
Trim Healthy Mamas you can have up to 5 of these little chocolatey bites and stay in FP.
**This recipe has been updated.**
- Preheat oven to 350°
- Prepare mini-muffin pans by greasing with cooking spray.
- Mix the dry ingredients together using a whisk. Add in the wet ingredients and mix thoroughly.
- Fill greased mini-muffin cups ¾ full.
- Bake for 18-20 minutes or until toothpick inserted in muffin comes out clean.
- Cool muffins 5-10 minutes in pan before removing onto a rack to cool.