Adding my Own Twist: Schar Pancakes

There’s a great debate. When does summer end and fall begin? Is it when the kids go back to school or is it when the calendar says it is? Then there’s pumpkin. Is the flavor acceptable year-round or only starting in late September early October? 

In my eyes, summer ends when the kids go back to school.  There’s something about this time of year where there’s subtle weather changes and the change in people’s pace make it feel more like fall and less like summer. Pumpkin on the other hand, while I typically only start cooking with this flavor late september till Thanksgiving, should be acceptable year round.  It’s one of those flavors which seems ‘weird’ year round, but seriously it’s so good. Why do I, and so many only limited ourself to this flavor for a short time in the calendar year? This trend might have to change this year. Pumpkin is too good to only eat for 3 months. 

Last weekend was the first weekend which had a little bite in the air up in the Northeast.  Saturday was one of those ‘fall days’ where I traditionally like to snuggle up in bed with a good book, or movie under my heated blanket.  Well, I did get cozy and warm under my heated blanket, but instead of a good book or movie, I spent quality time with my National Counselor exam study book. How I missed my roommate Jen and our apartment in those moments… though we conversed in our torture of studying via text. 

IMG_2152The crispy air and a some new products I received inspired me to kick pumpkin season off a little earlier this year. Boy am I so glad that I did.  I started Monday morning off right, with some good-old pumpkin pancakes. 

At the Schar blogger’s event I was one of the lucky ones who walked home with a HUGE basket of Schar goodies.  There were many of my favorite Schar products included in the basket, some new introductions, a few items which I shared with my family {Side Note: Papa Clifford loved the Hazelnut Chocolate Bars} and friend Jackie since I myself could not enjoy some foods due to allergies, and even a $50 gift card which I of course spent on gluten-free food! 

Schar BasketOne of the items which I was excited to try was Schar’s Pancake and Waffle mix.  I rely on many of their bread products since many of them are made without eggs, but never came across this mix before.  The directions were straight forward, and I anticipated that I would once again become more in love with Schar; their products are great and the passion and dedication behind this team is one-of-a-kind. They really live out their company motto which stands above their logo: ‘We Care.’ 

The pancake mix called for eggs and milk so I used an egg and milk substitute which worked very well. The pancakes were great and this was once again a product which “didn’t taste gluten-free.” SUCCESS!

Fall Inspired Schar Pancakes
gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, peanut-free
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Ingredients
  1. 1 c. of Schar pancake mix
  2. 2 flax eggs (See Directions)
  3. 1 1/3 cup So Delicious Pumpkin Spice Milk
  4. 1/3 c of Organic Pumpkin
  5. 1 tsp of vanilla exact
  6. 1 1/5 tsp of cinnamon
Instructions
  1. Make flax eggs mixing 2 TBSP of flax meal and 6 TBSP of water in bowl. Let sit in the fridge for at least 5 minutes. While flax eggs are resting follow the recipe as directed on back of Schar box. Mix all ingredients together, adding eggs last. Cook pancake on pan and enjoy
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Not only did I get to test out Schar’s pancake mix, but I got to try out one of So Delicious’ seasonal milks.  Because I was, and still am not a milk drinker testing out this milk in pancakes was perfect. This milk is the KEY add-in ingredient. When you open the milk it smells like fall, and adding it to your baked goods or pancakes adds a fall spice. I’m in love with this product and can’t wait to add this milk to my muffins this fall. To learn more about So Delicious’  seasonal drinks click here! Hint: There are more reviews to come. 

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I hope you can become inspired by this recipe and doctor up your Schar pancakes next time you make breakfast! Thank you Schar for putting on such a fun event for us bloggers and for the gluten-free swag. To learn more about their products visit their website or find them on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterst and Instagram

 Note: The products highlighted in this post were provided to me at no cost, but the opinions expressed on this blog are completely my own. 

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Two Loves Become One: Advocating for Children

I am lucky to be one of those individuals to have a long list of passions. Some are connected and some are just things I love.  There’s advocating, baking, blogging, counseling, educating, organizing, nutrition, fitness, and the gluten-free/allergen free community, just to name a few.

If you have frequented this blog you know I’m a recent graduate and am seeking employment.  Having a lot of passions is great, and I feel lucky to know what I love, but when it comes to trying figuring out my career path things can get a little complicated. Your mind can go in a million directions and although my degree is in school counseling, I’m looking at a variety of options in the counseling setting. I don’t want to box myself in, and want to gain the experience employers are looking for.  

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However, say the words elementary school counseling and I light up.  I absolutely love this age group and love everything about being in an elementary school. Regardless of what I am going through in my personal life, surround me with a group of young kids and something fun to do with them and you can bet I’m all smiles and forgetting about what’s going on in my world. 

It’s easy for me to get into their worlds, understand their culture, and just find a way to making the tough times they go thru a little easier.  As a counselor there are always populations which we want to specialize in or are interested in. Once again having a lot of passion makes me have a lot of speciality areas which I am interested in, but all in all I have one that sticks out the most.  Children living with chronic illnesses.  If I could ask  the job fairy to fulfill my dream job it would be to put me in a setting where I can work with children and their family post diagnosis.  Because regardless of the age of diagnosis there is a need to pay attention to the child’s and family’s emotional health.  e30829903af879505b9a24effde292f8

However, when working with kids you have to make it fun and get on their level of understanding.  They don’t want to ‘talk’ about their feelings, rather you are more likely to see their emotions through their language of play. 

Receiving a diagnosis can really effect the family system and many parents often be unsure of how to explain the children what is happening with their bodies or why they can no longer eat certain foods as their friends.  Heck, it’s hard to explain to some adults that I can’t eat any gluten! Now imagine what this might feel like for a child.  One way to explain a new health situation to a child, without ‘sitting them down to talk’ is thru reading a children’s book.  You would be amazed with how much a story can help them! 

At the GFAF expo I had the pleasure of meeting author and elementary school teacher, Ellena Torsiello.  I LOVE children’s books and was excited to learn about her book.  She was unbelievably sweet and when she heard I was an aspiring elementary school counselor and gluten-free blogger she gave me a signed copy of her book, Gluten Free Willie Villie Meets Casey Kramps in Sprueville. It’s a fun little story with cute illustrations that I think kids will really enjoy. One of the things I also really like in this book too, is at the end, Torsiello, provides parents with tips on how to help parents cope with celiac disease and the gluten-free diet.  I don’t want to give away the story, but I will provide you would the back cover summary.

“Casey Kramps is a 6-year-old little boy who is newly diagnosed with Celiac disease.  He meets Willie Villie from a gluten-free planet who (Spruton) who shows him that he just needs to make dietary changes to live a happy and healthy life. Their extraordinary adventure together allows Casey to understand more about his autoimmune disorder and accept his lifetime of dietary changes.  Casey no longer depressed about this gluten-free diet and looks at his gluten-free diet in a more positive and optimistic manner. “

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It is one day my dream to have a resources center in my office filled with books for both children and parents.  I can assure you this book will be one which will sit on my shelves. This book is available in both paperback and on your kindle.  You can also visit the books website or find them on Facebook or Twitter

What books have you read or read to your children which have made the coping process a little easier? 

Shared Kitchen Must Have: Gluten-Free Labels

Mama Clifford’s greatest dream is to one day have her kitchen redone. If I ever won the lottery I would first, pay off my college loans, and then buy Mama Clifford her dream kitchen. However, for now we will just have to keep the joke running that our kitchen isn’t big enough for the two of us;  watch out when we are both cooking, it gets messy! 

Graduating from graduate school, has since been the longest time I have been home since my NCGS diagnosis. Instead of storing all my cooking materials in boxes only to be packed away for school come August, we had to figure out a system so that every time I needed something I didn’t have to run down stairs.  Mama and Papa Clifford settled on giving up one shelf, so that I could put my cooking essentials in the kitchen.  

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Most of the time when Mama Clifford is cooking she prefers to cook ONE meal that everyone can eat, but there are those times when things can get a little tricky in our small-shared kitchen. When things get a little confusing my family has turned to Gluten-Free Labels to un-confuse us. 

We colored coded many of my kitchen tools, but Gluten-Free Labels, helps to speed things up in the kitchen! The Orange Silicone labels helps us to quickly grab the gluten-free strainer or let’s guests know in our house, don’t use the gluten-free grill brush on the non-gluten-free grill {Yes, I’m not kidding, my family rocks, we have TWO grilles). While we don’t discriminate foods, if a tupperware is labeled ‘gluten-free’ it just means don’t share spoons or double-dip!GF Labels

At the GFAF Expo I had the pleasure of meeting Kelly, founder of Gluten-Free Labeling company.  We had followed each other on instagram so it was great to finally meet the person I was interacting with.  At the expo Mama Clifford and I stocked up on more silicone labels, for a few more similar items in the kitchen which needed labeling and adorable little flags which we are going to use during an upcoming party we are hosting.  

This is a product that every shared kitchen should have! To learn more about this product or to purchase this product, visit their website.  Also be sure to find them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

Inner Beauty, Outer Beauty & Red Apple Lipstick!

When I  was first diagnosed, one of the biggest shocks was learning that some lipsticks and glosses contained gluten. Its been said that women consume 7lbs of lipstick in a lifetime, but you might think differently after reading this article.  Though there is uncertainty about the actual amount of lipstick we swallow, the bottom line for individuals with gluten intolerance is that we do ingest it! This is why it is so important to use a gluten-free lipstick, such as Red Apple Lipstick

Though not a necessity, make-up is one of those materialistic things which makes me feel good about myself. Without it I have a positive body-image; I feel beautiful on the inside and out. However, when I wear make-up, even if it’s just as simple as throwing on a gloss, it enhances my overall feeling of wellness.

Because positive body image is such an issue that I am passionate about, I want to be clear materialistic things such as make-up, will not bring you true happiness or satisfaction with your body. Rather, you must first see the internal and external beauty within yourself! When you find this satisfaction, you have a positive self-image that can stand on its own. Makeup only enhances this positive self-image! 

When we look good. We feel good. And when we feel good about ourselves, we can live out our best lives.  

When shopping for lipstick or any other makeup, the only brand I use is Red Apple Lipstick! Although this company started with lipstick, they also make eye shadows, glosses, primer, and now mascara, which I absolutely love. Another thing I love about this company is that they are free of all the “bad stuff” that make-up often contains.  

I put good foods into my body to make me strong and healthy, and I believe this concept should remain true for what I put  on the outside. 

Red Apple Lipstick is a company which is rooted in  a lot of passion. It was great to finally meet Andrea and Jay this weekend at the GFAF Expo in New Jersey after buying their products for two years and exchanging a few emails. Considering the amount of individuals  they meet, I was so impressed when Andrea remembered speaking to Mama Clifford at last year’s expo.  The two really make a dynamic team. 

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I’ve recently become in love with wearing lipstick and it has become one of my essentials which I don’t leave the house without. Even if you are running late and don’t have time to put on make-up, Red Apple Lipstick will have you covered. They have various shades which  makes your face ‘pop’ and makes your lips look beautiful. 

Since Red Apple Lipstick is only available online I went to the expo with a list of items which I wanted to get; new lipsticks, primer and their new mascara, all of which I am very satisfied with. 

Note: The products I brought were sold to me at a discounted price, but the opinions expressed on this blog are completely my own. 

Expo 3At the expo I had fun trying on new lipsticks. There were so many great bold flavors which were great for the upcoming fall season.  The day of the expo I was wearing their ‘Audrey’ lipstick, which I feel is one color which everyone needs in their make-up collection.  I was instantly attracted to ‘Ruby Slippers’ and ‘Berry Blast’ , but after Andrea had me try on Boy ‘N’ Berry, I had to get that too!

I am so in love with their mascara and was one of the individuals who was counting down the days until this product was released. This is the only mascara on the market which I know of  that both lengthens and conditions your lashes.  From the first time I tried this product I instantly saw a difference from the conventional mascaras I used to use.  I’m a hooked fan and am never going back to drug store mascara.  I love how long this mascara makes my lashes and how they don’t clump together. Also one of the problems I had with past mascara is by mid-day I would have black under my eyes – not anymore! After using this product for about a month and raving about it every time, Mama Clifford had to get herself some mascara at the expo.  I will warn you, it’s a bit of a price jump from the drug store mascara, but oh, so worth it! Your lashes will be feeling better and looking prettier instantly.

Lash Project

Primer was next on my list. This was a product I was looking to purchase online, but they were sold-out.  I was so happy when Jay had it with him at the expo and was excited to try this product.  Unlike my old primer this product goes on nice and smoothly, and allows your eye shadow to a have smoother appearance and last longer. 

Though I didn’t purchase their eye shadows at the expo this is a product  which I love. My favorite colors are neutral colors such as ‘Champagne’ and ‘Twinkle Taupe’. But I recently expanded my eyeshadow collection to ‘Clean Slate’ and ‘Pixie Dust’ when I started internship and am very happy with this color combo as well. Additionally, I just started using ‘Chocolate Martini’ as an eye liner by adding a small amount of water to my liner brush before applying. This move allowed me to fully convert all my makeup to Red Apple {I don’t wear foundation}.

Red apple has become the only product I will now use. 

Make-up Tip from Jay: When your lipstick gets down to the bottom, put the remains in a weekly pill container.  Pack a lipstick brush in your bag and you’ve got one place for your lipstick! Plus, you don’t have to throw away perfectly good lipstick! 

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Sporting ‘Ruby Slippers’ on the drive home from the expo

To learn more about Red Apple Lipstick visit their website, and find them on Facebook, Twitter Pinterest, and Instagram.

Taking on New Jersey: The GFAF Expo

I haven’t been to a gluten-free event since my Chicago adventures in 2012.  Things were busy these past two years with graduate school, but now with a little extra time I get to take advantage of fun events that go on in the metropolitan area.  Boy, did I have a exciting weekend!

It was non-stop fun that has left me feeling pretty tired, but it was oh so worth it! The weekend was absolutely gorgeous, inspiring and, motivating.  

Saturday started out bright and early. Mama Clifford and I were out of the house by 7:30AM to get to the GFAF expo in Secaucus, NJ. Mama and Papa Clifford had been to the event last year, and when I looked at the venders who were going to be in attendance I was excited.  There were lots of old favorites, but many new companies which I was excited to be introduced to. 

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While I tried many foods, I surprisingly didn’t leave with a full tummy {which I was happy about}, but rather I left feeling excited about the goodies that I would be able to share with my friend Jackie, and was so happy to finally meet many of the individuals behind my favorite companies. 

I have so much writing ahead of me and while I anxiously want to write about all my finds and adventures now I’m going to leave you with some pictures which will give you small hints about the kinds of posts you will soon see on this blog, as I feel that each company deserves their own spotlight. 

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Of course there will be many more!

After the expo Mama Clifford and I headed home on what seemed like the longest drive for a quick change, a little rest, and to pick up Papa Clifford.  Then it was back to NYC for a private event which Schar hosted for bloggers while my parents went on a date.  It was an inspirational night where we got to to hear Erin Smith of Gluten-Fun and Gluten-Free Globtrotter speak and then we all participated in a group conversation.  It was great to share ideas and tips and connect with new friends such as Kathy Smart of Live the Smart Way, Jenna of G-Free Jenna, Steph of Gluten-Free Steph, Rozelyn of The Frugalista Mom, Amy of The Family Chef,  Dana of ABC Gluten-Free  and individuals who I have talked to on social media, but never connected with, such as Katie of Gluten-Free Blondie and Gluten-Free New Orleans (formally GFreebird). I love how blogging brings us all together and how we all supported, inspired, and motivate each other.  

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The weekend left me on such a blogger’s high, and feeling re-energized. Thanks Schar for such a great evening and the GFAF expo for bringing such a great event to the metropolitan area! 

The Honest Truth About Living In Pain

It’s currently 3AM on Wednesday morning as I sit and write this post. I’ve calmed my mind and have laid in bed for over 4 hours as I listen to soothing music to relax my brain.  It’s a trick I learned at Brooks; research has shown listening to calming music before bed can help calm the oh-so-active brain of an individual living in chronic pain.  However, I’ve reached the point in the night where I pretty much know sleep is not in the cards. So instead on laying in bed completely on fire, I’ve decided to write. 

In the course of the week I was lucky if I got 4 hours of rest, thanks to a flare.  

But that will change in a few hours when I get number ‘I’ve-lost-count sympathetic nerve block’. Every time I go in for a block there are no guarantees this procedure will do the trick in restarting my oh-so-over-firing nervous system, but each time I am hopeful and optimistic.  It’s what I must do.  I am a firm believer that a positive mental state can positivity influence the out come, and after all I do believe that use of positive psychology can be very powerful. 

This is a gluten-free inspired blog.  Why have I once again chosen to give you a little glimpse of what it’s like to live with CRPS?  Because September along with it being Back-To-School month in the northeast, is Chronic Pain Awareness Month.

HappyI’ve thought a lot about what I am going to write in this post for some time.  It’s been a topic which I have wanted to write about on my blog for a long time after something I had seen on social media, and read on blogs.  Then a text from a friend made me think even harder. It was time to share my thoughts.  Embrace G-free has aways been an honest account, but when it comes to controversial topics, I tend to stay out of it.  It’s not me, and it’s not what I want my blog to be about.  However, I’m sure  this statement might bother some and cause some to want to voice their opinions. 

I’m tired of reading comments which compare the severity of a disease, whether it be related to celiac, gluten-related disorders, or other conditions.  Having chronic pain stinks.  Being sick and being unable to discover answers stinks.  Having a label which is carried around in your medical file blows.  Getting glutened is no fun, and having to find a ‘new normal’ is extremely difficult.  However, why do some feel the need to compare their disease to someone else’s by saying it is a ‘very severe case?’ I’m not sure if I’m making sense, but I almost feel that saying this is like it’s a game to see who has the ‘most severe case.’  

While the name is the same. Each individual has a different medical case.  No two are going to look the same. Heck, we are all individuals, and so are our medical conditions. 

Especially when it comes to celiac disease vs. gluten-sensitivity. Science is allowing doctors to understand both conditions better, but just because science can’t prove one, doesn’t mean it still doesn’t hurt. Yes, I am fortunate not to have intestinal villi damage, but I was still sick and had inflammation.  

I am fortunate to have a trusted and supportive GI who believes in gluten-sensitivity, but what about those who are not so lucky.  Those who know gluten is making them sick, but don’t have the ‘right test result’ to prove it. It’s not fair that individuals are told it’s ‘in your head’ or having people questioning their decision. It’s invalidating and it makes me mad.  

Someone told me the other day they were struggling with an injury, and then followed with ‘but I know it doesn’t compare to the level of CRPS pain.’ This made me so sad, that a person invalided their own discomfort, because they felt mine was more severe.  Yes, according to the – McGill pain index CRPS is ranked #1 – something I am no means bragging about – but this doesn’t mean someone should invalidate their own pain.  Pain is Pain. Whether physical or mental it sucks, it’s no fun, and it’s not fun when it becomes chronically part of your life.

So do me a favor and let’s stop the comparison game and spread a little more positivity instead. Just because you can see the pain doesn’t mean it hurts more and just because it’s not visible {or doesn’t have the ‘right DX’} doesn’t mean it hurts any less.  Let’s be more empathic.  

And one more closing food for thought. Of course we want to fill our team with supportive friends, family, and medical experts, but in the end, YOU, and only YOU know your body best regardless of what science says. 

So once again. I am a blogger. I am aspiring counselor and an advocate, but I am not a medical professional and I will not offer or promote medical advice on this blog.  If you want medical advice go to a doctor, not a blogger! That being said, I will gladly continue to share and talk about MY experience which I hope continues to inspire and empower you to live your best life. 

Share your thoughts with me on this topic below by commenting. 

Sunbutter Brownies

The other day my brother’s girlfriend, Jackie, and I were sitting in the kitchen, staring at authentic long island pizza that my brother and our friends  ordered as we waited for our meal to finish cooking.  As the pizza stared us in the face, Jackie asked me, “If you could choose one meal and one dessert to eat without any consequences, what would it be?” 

Considering I haven’t had an appetite in months and I rarely ever crave gluten-filled foods, this was a pretty hard question for me.  However, as I thought about this question and stared at the pizza which was a few inches away from me, my answer: chicken parm pizza from my favorite pizza place.  Fun fact: This was actually my last gluten-filled meal the night before my endoscopy.

Dessert was much harder for me.  Being a baker and liking to experiment in the kitchen I have really made many of my favorites to be gluten-free. However, now that I am on an egg-free diet, I’ve completely failed in the brownie department.  My dessert choice: a fudgy-homemade-corner slice of a brownie.  Jackie agreed, though she would want her’s al la mode. Ironically mama Clifford was not a part of this conversation, but the next morning she sent me a recipe for vegan almond butter brownies.  I had to experiment.  However, instead of using almond butter  I opted to use Sunbutter, since Jackie just found out she is allergic to almonds and I can’t have peanuts.  

Sunbutter Brownies

Sunbutter Brownies
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Ingredients
  1. 1 cup Sunbutter
  2. 2 tbsp flaxseed + 3 tbsp water or 1 egg
  3. ½ tsp sea salt
  4. ½ tsp baking soda
  5. ½ cup of coconut palm sugar
  6. ½ tsp vanilla
  7. ½ cup of “Enjoy Life” mega chocolate chunks
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease a small dish (8×8 or 8×6) thorougly or line bottom of dish with parchment paper (parchment is best). Mix all ingredients except chocolate chunks until smooth.Fold in chocolate chunks and pour batter into pan. Bake brownies until golden dark brown – about 25 mins.Cool brownies for at least 10 mins before cutting
Adapted from Food Babe
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I was in the mood to experiment so I made two batches.  I made one as directed and made one with chia seeds instead of flax meal, since I have been having great success with chia seeds when baking.  However, the flax meal batch came out better.  The chia seeds made the brownies taste more like a cookie.  

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This dessert reminded me a lot like the peanut butter cookies I used to make, but with a brownie texture.  As much as I loved PB I could never really eat a lot of these cookies because it was just too much peanut butter.  Likewise, this brownie, while really good was personally too much sun butter and not enough chocolate.  Jackie on the other hand LOVED them. I have no doubt in my mind that my fellow gluten-free friends, Amber and Allie would be going crazy over this dessert, if only we lived in closer proximity I would of gladly shared.  Instead they went home with Jackie, so she could share with her sister who is vegetarian and doesn’t bake with eggs either. 

I’m getter close to enjoying a real brownie, and this was one of my better tries, but I’m not there yet. I guess I’ll just have to keep testing recipes out…I’m sure my family won’t object to. 

More So Delicious Love: Almond Milk Yogurt & Coffee Creamer

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I LOVE SO DELICIOUS.  I love their products, their philosophy, and the people behind this company.  When it comes to products that I buy most often, So Delicious is one of the tops on the list! 

In case you haven’t read some of my most recent posts, let me tell you a little about this company: So Delicious has the only gluten-free, diary-free cookies & cream ice cream, and chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream, make delicious ice cream with NO SUGAR ADDED, and make my favorite dairy-free coconut-based yogurt. (Side Note: I just made the Tate’s Cookies with their Unsweetened Coconut Milk and the cookies came out even better than when I used almond milk!)

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After sending me some of their delicious ice creams, so delicious asked me if I would like to try some of their new products, which include Creamy Cultured Almond Milk & their Almond Cream Coffee Creamer.  Like I said before, I love their coconut-based yogurt, so I was excited to try this product.   

So Delicious sent me five favors of their Creamy Culture Almond Milk yogurt and two flavors of their coffee creamers.  Surprisingly, I survived college and graduate school with no caffeine and till this day don’t drink coffee, so I gave the coffee creamers to a friend who also doesn’t eat dairy and kept the yogurts to myself. 

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While I am still a bigger fan of the coconut-based yogurts, I really enjoyed the creaminess & thickness of this yogurt. Like So Delicious’ coconut creations the vanilla flavor was my favorite. So Delicious’ new almond creamy cultured product comes in 5 different flavors, is an excellent source of calcium while also being dairy-free, soy-free, and certified gluten-free. Additionally this product is low in sugar, contains 2-3g of protein, 4-5g of fiber, 120-150 calories –  varying by flavors – , and contains 6 live active cultures.

The new almond milk coffee creamers come in two delicious flavors, contain no dairy, soy, high fructose syrup, mono & diglycerides, hydrogenated oils (trans fats), and no artificial flavors.  Additionally this product is non-GMO verified. 

Almond Milk 2 Thanks again So Delicious.  I can’t wait to see what your creative team comes up with next! To learn more about So Delicious visit their website, or follow them on pinterest, facebook, twitter or instagram