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Emily Stokes
I'm a lady who loves cheese, sour cream, & ice cream, but I recently became lactose intolerant. My key focus in recreating dairy recipes is taste, but I try to be as health conscious as possible. Some of my recipes are low lactose rather than dairy free. I'm also a writer, teacher, nanny, dog mom, housewife, native Yinzer, current Californian, and social organizer extraordinaire.

Soy Yogurt

Kiwi Strawberry Smoothie

Kiwi Strawberry Smoothie from dontmissdairy.com

Here’s a delicious summer fruit smoothie to enjoy for breakfast or as a midday snack. Smoothies are great ways to use up all that fruit in your fridge! I’m still too afraid to progress to the vegetable smoothie. Don’t get me wrong, I love my vegetables, I’d just rather eat them sautéed, steamed, baked, or raw. I don’t really want to drink them.

I made this fruit smoothie twice, using two different milk ingredients. I’m very sensitive to lactose and can handle digesting good greek yogurt, like FAGE brand. I first made this using strawberry FAGE yogurt and it was perfect. Very thick, very creamy, 0 grams of fat, plus added protein. I made it again using Silk Very Vanilla Soymilk, and it was still delicious, obviously just not as creamy. The soy milk also added 2 grams of fat and not as much protein. You could try making this with strawberry soy yogurt or vanilla almond milk as well, according to your preference.

I also wanted less added sugar, but I didn’t want it to be too tart. So I added a little honey plus some stevia. You could skip the honey altogether or add more. Overall, a very balanced smoothie.

Kiwi Strawberry Smoothie
Serves 1
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Ingredients
  1. 6-8 strawberries, stems removed
  2. 1 small apple, peeled and sliced
  3. 2 kiwis, peeled and sliced
  4. 3 ice cubes
  5. 1/2 cup Silk Very Vanilla Soymilk, or yogurt
  6. 1 teaspoon honey
  7. 1 teaspoon Stevia or white sugar
Instructions
  1. Add ice cubes, strawberries, apple slices, kiwis, milk or yogurt, honey, and stevia to the blender. Crush ice first then blend for about 1 minute. Add more or less sweetener to taste. Serve with a slice of kiwi.
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Kiwi Strawberry Smoothie from dontmissdairy.com 

Kiwi Strawberry Smoothie from dontmissdairy.com 

Kiwi Strawberry Smoothie from dontmissdairy.com 

Kiwi Strawberry Smoothie from dontmissdairy.com 

Kiwi Strawberry Smoothie from dontmissdairy.com 

Kiwi Strawberry Smoothie from dontmissdairy.com
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Dairy Free Yogurt Pancakes

 

Make your pancakes from now on with coconut oil! It adds a delicious taste that reminds me of festivals and funnel cake.

These pancakes are amazing with soy yogurt. If you can handle greek yogurt and would like to use that, go right ahead. Greek yogurt contains very little lactose. I especially prefer the FAGE brand for taste, texture, and comfort.

If you really want to get fancy add berries,  chocolate chips, or even a fruit syrup swirl.

Ingredients:

1 cup whole wheat pastry flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1 cup Silk Very Vanilla Soymilk
1 egg
1/2 cup soy yogurt, vanilla or honey flavor
Coconut Oil for frying

Directions:

1. In a large bowl, stir together pastry flour, baking soda, and baking powder.

2. In a medium bowl, whisk together egg, soy milk, and soy yogurt. Pour liquid mixture into flour mixture and stir until blended.

3. Heat a nonstick skillet over medium low heat.  Drizzle a spoonful of coconut oil onto the skillet. Ladle batter for each pancake using 1/3 cup measuring cup. Turn the pancake when air bubbles start to pop.

 

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