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    Default Dairy free recipes

    I love to bake savoury foods... quiches, muffins. And sweet treats like pancakes etc...but recently have been told to go off dairy for as long as I'm breastfeeding. And soy I went off both for 4 days & when I snuck some soy milk in something, Jovie came out in a big rash... sooo

    Please post some dairy free recipe alternatives for quiche, muffins, pancakes....



    I have been giving Matilda crackers with cheese, cut up vege fingers etc... but I used to make either vege muffins or mini quiches every weekend for the week's snacks and some meals. Now I'm out of what I can prepare early for a healthy snack/lunch.

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    [QUOTE=christy;570443]I love to bake savoury foods... quiches, muffins. And sweet treats like pancakes etc...but recently have been told to go off dairy for as long as I'm breastfeeding. [QUOTE]


    is it because the baby is alergic to cow milk I am also breastfeeding but cant take diary as then she has allergy ? I am cooking everything with alternatives in my case goat milk is ok or rice milk .

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    Do eggs count too Christy?

    ETA - Found a cupcake one;

    Kingma’s Favorite Chocolate Cupcakes

    3 C Flour
    2 C sugar
    ½ C unsweetened cocoa powder
    2 tsp. baking soda
    1 tsp. salt
    2 C cold water
    1 C canola oil
    1 Tbl. vanilla
    1 ½ C dairy-free, nut-free, semi-sweet chocolate chips

    Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Prepare muffin tin with paper liners.
    Whisk flour, sugar, cocoa powder, baking soda, and salt in a large bowl. Set aside.
    In a separate large bowl, combine water, oil, and vanilla.
    Whisk dry ingredients into the wet ingredients until thoroughly blended.
    Fill muffin cups about 2/3 full. Sprinkle chocolate chips over each cupcake.
    Bake for about 17 minutes, or until tester comes out clean. Cool completely.
    Frosting:
    ½ C dairy-free margarine
    2 2/3 C confectioners’ sugar
    ½ C unsweetened cocoa powder
    ¼ C water
    1 tsp. vanilla
    In a large glass bowl melt the margarine. Add sugar, cocoa, water, and vanilla and beat until creamy and smooth. Frost cooled cupcakes.
    Last edited by Trillian; January 5th, 2007 at 02:38 PM.

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    Basic sweet Pancakes

    Ingredients
    1 mug of organic self raising flour
    1 mug of fortified Rice Milk or apple sweetened soya milk or Quinoa milk
    1 dessertspoon of arrowroot
    1 dessertspoon coconut oil
    1 tablespoon of fructose
    1 lime.
    1 Lemon
    Agarve syrup for drizzling
    1 Punnet of strawberries, frozen blueberries or raspberries
    Method
    1) Blend together flour, arrowroot and milk with 3 teaspoons of Lemon juice.
    2) In a very hot non stick frying pan put a dribble of coconut oil and enough mix to barely cover the bottom of the pan. Swirl the mix around in the pan to get an even thickness.
    3) Wait for bubbles to rise and the mix to start to set. Then toss (or flip) and cook the other side.
    To Serve
    Serve with squeeze of lime, a drizzle of agarve syrup, your favourite berries and sprinkle of fructose sugar.

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    Have you tried lactose free milk to see how you go? Or protein free like A2?

    *hugs*
    Cailin

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    Yep the whole house has been on A2 from the start of December, and soy milk makes her break out when I have a little bit in coffee.... so rice milk is the go... (yuk!) I haven't tried goats milk yet... bit scared too. Basically its a cows milk thing, or so they think and we are having a go.

    Getting sick of zucchini bread atm though

    Thanks Sherie!!!

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    No worries Christy. One thing I noticed is it is hard to find recipes that don't use Soy, cause most of them substitute soy for normal milk.

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    Due to DH being coeliac we eat a lot of dairy and sugar free foods at home.

    Pecan Nut Muffins

    2 cups pecans
    6 eggs
    1.5 - 2 bananas
    1/3 cup honey
    1 tsp baking soda
    1 tsp vanilla extract

    Blend it all in food processor
    Scoop into greased muffin dish
    Bake at 350 degrees for 25-30 mins

    Apple pancakes

    3 apples
    3 eggs
    1/2 tsp cinnamon powder
    butter for frying

    Peel and core apples
    Blend/grate apples in a food processor
    Mix in eggs and cinnamon
    Fry as you would pancakes.

    Every sunday we have banana pancakes which is pretty much the same as the apple ones but with banana.

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