Friday, April 29, 2011
Family Style Dinner
I was in kind of weird mood yesterday. I was exhausted from staying up watching the weather Wednesday night to make sure the tornadoes weren't coming right at us, then we got horrible thunderstorms and the power went out for a few hours in the middle of the night. It's weird how the power flickering wakes me up. Anyway, as I get older, these things really worry me. It was the first time I've ever been that close to such a destructive storm , we have no basement and more than anything, I worry about my boys. I know that seems kind of obvious, but the thought of that storm even coming close to us made me want to throw up. At any rate, we didn't get hit, but we have friends in Alabama (that are thankfully ok) and I'm just so sad for all the hurt any of them are having to go through. My in-laws (who are in TN) are without power for days. Thankfully they are all ok though. Thursday ended up being beautiful. Eventually, the sun was shining and I really just let it go.  I thought it was so strange that through all the horrible weather that came through, it was breathtakingly beautiful. My thoughts are with all that have lost love ones.

I decided to make a family favorite here for dinner so we could all sit together and share. I made our family style fried rice.

To keep with the seasonal challenge, I had cabbage wraps, but I'm anxiously awaiting the lettuce season!

(don't judge me that I ate most of that head of one sitting)

Actually, I really liked this! Since cabbage leaves are hardier than lettuce, it held together like a wrap without falling apart. It's really easy to steam an entire head of cabbage. I just put the whole thing in the pot with the steamer rack and steam it until the leaves are tender, but still firm.

I almost for the rooster sauce...that would have been a shame!

I also tried something else that I found not too long ago at the natural food store (thanks to Lindsay for giving me the heads up on this!)...coconut aminos! This is definitely a great alternative to soy sauce if you can't have soy!

Just a warning, it's not exactly the same, but it has a nice flavor that is very similar to soy sauce. 

It was a fun family dinner!

Do you remember a family dinner you used to have as a kid? We always ate together so no meal actually stands out. It was a family rule even if it was 11:00pm we ate together. I remember watching Saturday Night Live while eating dinner on Saturday nights. Funny thing is, now, my sisters and I hate eating that late. Truth be told, we don't always eat together as a group, but I'm ok with that. I think it makes the times that we do a little more special.

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posted by Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen @ 7:36 AM   25 comments
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
I LOVE Gravy!
First, did you notice anything different? Look up at the top...I have my own URL! Funny thing is we have owned that since I started blogging and just now (thanks to Joe) we got the name transfered to me! It's not really a big deal, but I like it!

Ok, no, I'm so not ashamed of the gravy statement. I will admit I'm not much of a sauce person, but there are some sauces that are the main event for me. Gravy is that event!

I made Salisbury Steak for the boys and so...

I made mushroom gravy for me!

Truth be told, I only made the steak for them, so I would have an excuse to make the gravy for me! I had soaked some bulgar wheat on Saturday. I'm embarrassed to say it's been sitting in my fridge since Jessica hosted a BSI food challenge with it last year. That was forever ago...

So, I thought a nice mushroom gravy would be perfect over it, oh, and it was! This was a major comfort meal for me. I want to have it over quinoa next time. It's kind of funny, the illustrator and I used to eat rice with gravy all the time when we first started dating (cheap eats people). I guess it holds a lot of memories for me now.

Turns out the boys didn't mind my craving since they had a big plate of comfort food too.

Mushroom Gravy
(makes enough for two...but I ate the whole thing myself)

8 oz portabella mushrooms (chopped)
1 cup Not Beef Broth
1 TBSP Gluten Free All Purpose Four (I used Bob's)

Sautee the mushrooms (I actually did this in a little water to help them along, but you can use dairy free butter or olive oil) until cooked. In a measuring cup, add the flour to the broth and mix well until the flour is completely dissolved. Gradually add the broth mixture to the mushrooms and stir well. Bring to a simmer on medium high heat stirring occasionally until thickened.

Oatmeal is my all time favorite comfort food. What is yours?


posted by Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen @ 8:09 AM   27 comments
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
NuNaturals Give Away Winners!
According to

The four winners of the NuNaturals Stevia Giveaway are...


Susan said…
I haven't experimented too much with Stevia, but if I won the giveaway I'd be making some of the stuff I see here - definitely those corn muffins (but probably without the dogs haha!)

Alayna said…
So many yummy things! I would be most interested in the liquid stuff so I could add a drop or two to oatmeal, smoothies, for baking, really anything.

fooddoodles said…
I love putting it in my tea. I have tried baking with it, but I don't like it as much. I love that it's so easy to mix into things like chia seed pudding. Yumm :)


Cole said…
Mini corn dog muffins?!?! I am making those this weekend! I am so glad you posted some old recipes. I just recently started following your blog and haven't caught up on recipes, thank you! and for Stevia, I have never used it but I would love to incorporate it into my baking recipes.

Congratulations to all four of you! Please email me your addresses at sarena (at) creativecannonball (dot) com. 

Also, don't forget...
NuNaturals also has a "FREE SAMPLES" program for those in the Continental U.S. You can receive "FREE SAMPLES" of NuStevia Packets by sending a SELF-ADDRESSED, STAMPED, # 10 envelope to the following location :

NuNaturals , Inc.
2220 West 2nd. Ave. # 1
Eugene, OR 97402

NuNaturals also offers a SPECIAL DISCOUNT on future orders only available from ordering through their website at

When you go to their website checkout page you should enter this CODE :  BLG531, and you will receive a SPECIAL DISCOUNT of 15% on your TOTAL ORDER. You also receive FREE SHIPPING to the Continental U.S. on all orders totaling $35.00 when you order directly from their website (along with the special discount)!

The code is EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY and  ENDS MAY 31, 2011.


posted by Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen @ 6:59 PM   5 comments
Not Just Another Banana Muffin...

Thank you all so much for your supportive words about me speaking at BlogHer Food! I can’t tell you how much it means to me to have you all behind me! I will envision you all there in the group! I’m nervous, but really excited! I will be speaking with an extremely intelligent group of women, so I will be in great company.

Do you want to hear something odd that happened here this weekend? I did not bake anything. Really, even I felt weird about that. It was Easter weekend and not one thing came out of my oven...weird. We worked more on the house and spent our down time hanging out on the patio chatting it up with the boys. The illustrator cooked a huge pork roast on Thursday, then he made pintos and pork in the crockpot…I cooked a huge pot of red beans for me so I could have similar eats for the weekend…we kept the food easy and I was glad about that. The boys were seriously craving ice cream so we bought ice cream for Easter treats after dinner for them. It was a great productive weekend.

So, what do I do when everything is clean here? I BAKE! We had bananas that were on their last leg and the illustrator warned me that they were about to be thrown up to the animals (we live backed up to 10 acres of green space, so sometimes we feed the critters). Um, no, I never throw a banana away! This is a recipe that I made months ago and never shared. So, I figured I would make it again! I know, shocking I made a recipe more than once...and no, this is not just another banana muffin recipe. 

There is no way you could ever tell this muffin is gluten free. I used Kinnikinnick gluten free graham crumbs for a little flavor bonus and the brown sugar sprinkled on top before baking these makes them extra special since it caramelizes and gets all gooey. 

Gluten Free Dairy Free Egg Free Banana Graham Muffins
 (makes 12)

1 cup almond milk
1 TBSP apple cider vinegar
2 TBSP flax meal
6 TBSP hot water
1 cup gluten free all purpose flour (I used Bob’s Red Mill)
1 cup brown rice flour (I used Bob’s Red Mill)
1/2 tsp xanthan gum
2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/4 tsp salt
1 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp fresh nutmeg
6 TBSP brown sugar, plus 1 TBSP for topping
2 cups mashed banana (1lb without peel)

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Spray a 12 cup muffin tin with nonstick spray or line with cupcake liners.

In a cup, mix the almond milk and the apple cider vinegar, set aside. In a small bowl, combine the flax meal and hot water, set aside. You will need these to sit while you mix the dry ingredients. 

In a larger bowl, combine the all purpose flour through brown sugar. Mix well. Next add the almond milk mixture, the flax mixture and the bananas to the dry ingredients. Whisk just until blended. Evenly distribute the batter into the muffin tin. Sprinkle each muffin with ¼ tsp brown sugar. Bake for 20 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean. 

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posted by Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen @ 10:18 AM   17 comments
Monday, April 25, 2011
I feel endlessly behind right now. I just looked at my photos and realized I have so many recipes I want to share, but I have to do a few more things around here before I get to them. Along with everything else, I'm trying to write a bio for BlogHer Food since I will be speaking there this year! I'm really excited about it because I'll be talking about my favorite subject...recipe development and adaptation for special dietary needs! So, I am off to focus and hopefully be done with a few of the other writing obligations I have so I can start the week with a clean slate! I'll share this gluten free/dairy free/egg free banana muffin recipe tomorrow.

Until then, don't forget about the NuNaturals Give Away! It ends tonight!


posted by Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen @ 5:09 PM   14 comments
Friday, April 22, 2011
Peanut Butter Parfaits!
Ah, it's Friday. I am so ready for this weekend. I am definitely going to enjoy the outdoors. Since we did so much on the inside this past week, and since the weather is supposed to be so nice, I think yard work is in order. Maybe even just some hanging out on the patio time with my boys. Yep, sounds like a perfect weekend!

So, guess what I did? You know peanut butter and apples are super tasty together? You knew that, right?

 (Apple Peanut Butter Parfait with Shortcake Crumbs)

Well, when you make the seven minute icing ('cause your going to, right?), all you have to do is mix some peanut butter with some seven minute icing (about 1/3 cup icing to 1 TBSP peanut butter - keep it swirled) and you have an incredibly smooth, creamy and oh so good peanut buttery mousse topping.

Oh and peanut butter and bananas are best friends too!

 (Banana Peanut Butter Parfait with Shortcake Crumbs)

These were some tasty ways to use the last of the I need an excuse to make more!

I hope you all have an incredible weekend and get to enjoy some rest and relaxation.

Don't forget to enter the NuNaturals give away!

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posted by Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen @ 9:18 AM   21 comments
Thursday, April 21, 2011
NuNaturals Give Away
I've said it before and I'll say it again...I LOVE NuNaturals stevia! Hands down, it is the best stevia sweetener I've had.

I use it in everything I bake, along with putting it in my daily cup of coffee!

(I also use it in my seven minute icing! You know how I love that stuff!) 

The nice people at NuNaturals asked if I would be interested in hosting another give away on my site. I always want to spread the NuNaturals love so here is your chance...

They will award multiple products to FOUR (4) of my readers. The winners that will receive one (1) box of our NuStevia Packets, 50 ct. Box,  AND one (1) bottle of our NuNaturals Vanilla Stevia Liquid, 2 oz. bottle. The contest will be open to Continental U.S. residents ONLY.

NuNaturals also has a "FREE SAMPLES" program for those in the Continental U.S. You can receive "FREE SAMPLES" of NuStevia Packets by sending a SELF-ADDRESSED, STAMPED, # 10 envelope to the following location :

NuNaturals , Inc.
2220 West 2nd. Ave. # 1
Eugene, OR 97402

NuNaturals also offers a SPECIAL DISCOUNT on future orders only available from ordering through their website at

When you go to their website checkout page you should enter this CODE :  BLG531, and you will receive a SPECIAL DISCOUNT of 15% on your TOTAL ORDER. You also receive FREE SHIPPING to the Continental U.S. on all orders totaling $35.00 when you order directly from their website (along with the special discount)!

The code is EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY and  ENDS MAY 31, 2011.

So here's the deal... leave a comment here telling me how you would use their products or your favorite way to use their products.  You can also get one more entry by sharing the contest either on your site, through twitter or facebook. Just make sure you leave a separate comment here letting me know you did so. Only two entries person. The contest ends Monday, April 25 at midnight eastern time.  One entry per person.  I will announce the 4 winners on Monday!  Good Luck!

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Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Cookie Dreams and Mind Reading...
Where is this week going? I feel like it's flying by. My kids have 5 1/2 weeks left of the school year and I am so ready for summer! Not that it really gives me a break, but it gives the kids a break and I remember how much I looked forward to it as a kid. Our lives just have such an ease to them during the summer. We are all pretty mentally drained right now too. The illustrator and I finished up our massive cleaning yesterday. That was 4 days of scrubbing EVERYTHING. That does not include the outside stuff other than mowing the grass, which he did that too. We just needed a good cleansing! It feels so good walking around this house now. The fact that we live and work in the house makes us more aware of things that need to be done and the fact that we see the messes/clutter all the time, well, it can get to you. So, the cleaning felt I need to sleep for a week. Seriously, I work out regularly and I feel muscles that I didn't know I didn't work out that much or that even existed for that matter. Yoga was a huge help this morning, but I really feel like I need a massage...maybe I can convince someone here to help me out with that. Max has some great monkey fists.

Anyway, well baking hasn't happened much in a while, but I really needed to dirty up the kitchen...ya know, since it was so clean.

I've been thinking about making vanilla sandwich cookies for a week now. I get things in my head and then I just don't let them go. Anyway, so I'd been thinking about vanilla sandwich cookies with a marshmallow center. I haven't told anybody about them, but I was considering my recipes and how they would work in this recipe. Well, the other day, the illustrator started telling me about this dream he had (apparently he now dreams of food). I stopped him when he said he was dreaming about a cookie and then asked him..."was it a vanilla sandwich cookie with a marshmallow filling"? He freaked out, because it was. We have this weird thing where we think of stuff and the other one will say it...this happens all the time. It totally freaks us out, but I guess that's what happens when you've been together for almost 17 years and you spend 24/7 together. I guess that or you want to kill each other. I'm just glad it's the thought thing and not the killing thing. Anyway, so I had my first attempt at the "dream cookie" today. It did not turn out quite like I wanted, but no worries, what I made was more of a short cake!

Since I was playing with the recipe, I didn't know how much they would spread. Turns out, not at all. So I flattened the next round.

I went ahead and sandwiched them together, but really they would be better with some strawberries this summer...come on summer time!

I would keep them as scoops. They are moist and chewy on the inside, definitely very biscuit like. I love happy accidents! These were based off my pizzelle recipe with some added flour, xanthan gum and almond milk. I love this flavor combination. They aren't super sweet, so they pair nicely with seven minute icing...although what doesn't really? I added an extra 1/4 tsp cream of tarter to see if that made the icing firmer. I think it actually did. I have such a weakness for this stuff!

Gluten Free Shortcakes

1 egg
3 TBSP smart balance light
1/4 cup sugar
15 drops vanilla stevia
1/2 cup almond milk
1/2 cup gluten free all purpose flour (I used Bob's Red Mill)
1 cup brown rice flour
1/2 cup white rice flour
2 1/2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp xanthan gum

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

Whisk the egg through stevia together. Next add the almond milk and whisk until combined. In a separate bowl, mix the flours, baking powder and xanthan gum together. Then add the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients (use a spoon or rubber spatula - it's thick like a biscuit) and mix until well combined. Using a large cookie scoop, place dough on a parchment lined baking sheet and bake for 10-15 minutes depending on how big you make them. Be careful not to over cook them. They will get slightly browned on the bottom.

I get a kick out of the faces the beaters make in the seven minute icing. I love the goofy eyes and big beard on this one. 

Do you have anyone you completely connect with even with thoughts? Most people don't get how the illustrator and I can spend so much time together. It just works for us. He's my best friend. 

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posted by Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen @ 7:23 AM   25 comments
Monday, April 18, 2011
Spring Cleaning Weekend...
This weekend was one of the most physically draining weekends I've had in a long time. We took on the task of gutting out all the crap in the kids' rooms. It seems like we do this every year, but this time, we literally moved EVERYTHING out, scrubbed EVERYTHING and only put back in the things they use on a regular basis. It's so strange that they are old enough now to not really "play" with toys (except LEGOS, Jay is a master at LEGOS), but they don't want to let them go. We have about 6 (or more) HUGE tuperwares of Star Wars stuff. These are the boys' first keepsakes. Meaning they don't want to "play" with them anymore, but they don't want to give them up either. It was a very "Toy Story" kind of weekend here. We also cleaned out appliances in the pantry that are never used and scrubbed walls. Why do kids feel the need to put their hands on the walls? Anyway, we were warn out.

The best part of the weekend, was the ending. We had pizza! By 4:00pm, we were pretty much done and needed to relax. I had some Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Pizza Crust in the freezer (it freezes really well!), I made a gluten free pizza crust that I need to play with a little more, but I will share soon

(Never mind the cheese on here, but the crust is crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside. I have one more thing to do in order to make it a little doughier, then I will share it.)

and I made my gluten free flat bread pizza (super thin and super crispy).

(My favorite mix of mushrooms, peppers, onions, spinach and nutritional yeast!)

I LOVE making pizza now. It's hard to believe I went years without eating pizza. Now, we seem to eat it almost every week. Anyway, we ate dinner on the patio while playing scrabble. Jay, who is 12 1/2, kicked mine and the illustrator's butts. I'm going to blame it on exhaustion.

So, I decided to take it easy on myself this morning with my workout. I did Ellen Barrett's Slow Robics (I think this is similar to what I did, but I recorded mine from FiTv a long time ago). I really love this workout for those days that I really want to move to stretch things out, but don't want to over do it since I worked out all weekend. It combines strength through movement so your heart rate does go up, but with out a lot of bouncing around. Great workout in my opinion. 

Today is another busy day for me. I'm massively scrubbing bathrooms and the hardwood floors. It's funny, our house isn't dirty by any means. The illustrator and I are kind of neat freaks with no clutter, but every so often you need to do a really good once over on everything. I really needed this Spring Cleaning!

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posted by Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen @ 8:07 AM   25 comments
Friday, April 15, 2011
The Deal With Bacon...

I swear, for someone that doesn't eat it, I cook more bacon than anyone I know. That is what we call love people! So, the deal is, breakfast for dinner...if I cook bacon, I get waffles or pancakes. The boys had hash browns, bacon and over easy eggs.

I realized last night that my sweet tooth is broken. Seriously, I used to jump at the thought of making pancakes smothered in fruit and peanut butter or strawberries and coconut cream. Now, I want savory.

I made huge stack of toasted waffles with oats, chickpea flour and nutritional yeast...who am I? Last nights dinner was delicious and I was happy I chose savory! Accompanied it the waffles with sauteed peppers and onions along with a huge egg white omelet, I was in heaven!

There was another request here last night...bacon popcorn. If there are bacon drippings left, the boys always ask for popcorn made with it. For the bacon lovers out there, just replace the oil in the stovetop method with the drippings and cook it as the directions instruct you.

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posted by Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen @ 9:22 AM   21 comments
Thursday, April 14, 2011
Ballet Strength Training and Bread...
I got a great workout in despite how tired I was this morning. I did a high energy circuit workout (which really got my heart rate up due to me being so tired) and then I did ballet strength training with Jennifer Gilardi. I've found that I really like this kind of workout, especially on the days that I am kind of sore/sleepy from the day before. I think the ballet strength is a lot like core fusion since it's using long movements that you hold. It also has some weights in it, but it's not heavy, however it really works you though.

I decided to bake off some breads too. I did my usual gluten free bread and I decided to try my roll recipe as bread for ease of preparation. We had sandwiches/salads with the breads I baked. I have gotten to the point where I really enjoy baking bread. I realize that it won't always be perfect, but really as long as you have a great texture and flavor, nothing beats homemade bread. Oh and the added bonus is that your house smells incredible!

The gluten free loaf turned out perfectly and I had that with spinach and an over easy egg.

The whole wheat loaf I baked using my roll recipe looked like it had a comb over. It is U-G-L-Y, but tasty. 

I may or may not have let it over proof. I was running errands between the proofing and baking of the breads. It works perfectly for rolls and well, it worked enough for this loaf. I baked it at 425 degrees for about 25 minutes. 

Luckily, I love the crust part of bread, this just gave me extra!

No worries, nothing a little peanut butter can't help out!

If you look closely, the mushroom comb over gave an extra nook for peanut butter! 

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posted by Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen @ 12:03 PM   26 comments
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Cheap Eats!

I would say that we ate beans because we are eating cheap due to the car repairs last week...

but we all LOVE black-eyed peas and cornbread mini muffins (I used this recipe minus the hot dogs)!

I smother mine in hot sauce served over slightly sauteed cabbage (the boys have it over rice/cabbage)...perfection! Don't be afraid of dried beans. They are so inexpensive and so easy to cook. I pressure cook mine, but on the stove works too. Cheap, easy and can you beat that?!

What's your favorite cheap eat?

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posted by Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen @ 7:43 AM   21 comments
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Frozen Coconut Cream
Somehow, yesterday wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. We all got moving and got quite a bit accomplished. I started working on cleaning out some clutter that we have. We don't have a ton of clutter, but we have coats that the kids have outgrown, along with clothes that don't fit them anymore. They also have tons of toys and games that they are too old for. I have a car full of things to donate now. I'm getting to the point too, where I'm ready to paint the boys' rooms. We have the builder's flat paint on the wall (they refused to use anything other than that) and after 6 years of being here, it needs to be painted, badly. I hate the process of painting, but I love how things pop and look so clean afterwards. We also need to paint the entire downstairs, but due to the vaulted ceilings, I am seriously not looking forward to that. I guess spring is just giving me a little extra energy to push me to do some home stuff. I'm gonna go with it since I have the urge and just do it.

We had the horrible storms again last night. The thunder and lightening felt and sounded like it was in the room. Either it didn't stick around too long or I was just too tired to care because it did not keep me up for long. I was exhausted. I could hardly keep my eyes open while we watched the Pixar documentary on Netflix last night and it was extremely interesting. It was done really well too, so I highly recommend it if you're a documentary junky like we are.

This morning was a kickboxing day for me with some weights and pilates. It felt great! I love my kickboxing. I have really moved into doing more and more of it lately. I can really tell a difference in the muscle tone of my arms and shoulders since I've bumped up the boxing. I have such broad pointy shoulders, that I like having a little round muscle over them to make it look less awkward (I hope). All this to say, if your looking for something different to do, try some's great for getting out some aggression, getting in some cardio and getting some muscle toning...could you ask for more?

Now, treats! I made this last week when I had the coconut milk for the coconut cream pies. Max and I were seriously sad to see it go. I would not call this ice cream, but it was more of a frozen coconut cream. I basically made a pudding and then froze it in the ice cream freezer. I know that's essentially what ice cream is, but this was a completely different consistency. Once it started to defrost, it was a thick pudding in your bowl. I served it with toasted coconut on top to add to the coconut goodness!

Frozen Coconut Cream

3 cups coconut milk (I used So Delicious)
2/3 cup sugar
pinch of salt
5 TBSP cornstarch
21 drops vanilla stevia

Place 2 3/4 cups coconut milk in a sauce pan with the sugar and salt. Bring the mixture to a simmer. Combine the remaining 1/4 cup of milk with the cornstarch and mix well. When the milk mixture has come to a simmer, slowly pour the cornstarch mixture in while stirring quickly so it doesn't form lumps. Continue to stir until the mixture comes to a boil and thickens. It will coat the back of the spoon. Remove from heat and stir in the stevia. Allow to cool for a 5 to 10 minutes stirring occasionally. Next, put plastic wrap on top of the pudding and place it in the refrigerator to cool completely. Once cooled, you can freeze in your ice cream freezer.

***Although I did not do this, I think you could freeze this in individual servings without an ice cream freezer.

I'm sharing this on Simply Sugar and Gluten Free's Slightly Indulgent Tuesday Round Up.
posted by Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen @ 9:31 AM   21 comments

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