Shopping today & noticed 2 new flavors of Qrunch burgers: - sweet curry with lentils - green chile with pinto beans From what I can tell on the Qrunch facebook page, these look like they were released on April 15, 2013.
Originally Posted by LSK: Shopping today & noticed 2 new flavors of Qrunch burgers: - sweet curry with lentils - green chile with pinto beans Both are full of flavor and not spicy. "Green chile" - both lids liked "sweet curry" - little kid (3.5 years) liked, but big kid (6.5 years) did not
Wacky cake, frosting with shortening, Oreos, safe chocolate chips (melted for the hair + used for the eyes), and a heart-shaped jelly bean for the mouth ( http://www.gimbalscandy.com/cherry-lovers.html ).
I had this cake made for us at our wonderful local allergen-free bakery - Sensitive Sweets in Fountain Valley, CA, but here are the ingredients: rice flour, sorghum flour, tapioca flour, sugar, cocoa powder, palm oil, canola oil, aluminum–free baking powder (monocalcium phosphate, sodium bicarbonate, cornstarch), sodium bicarbonate, banana, pure vanilla extract (alcohol, vanilla bean extractives), cornstarch, xanthan gum. When I bake myself, we use Cherrybrook Kitchen, but I believe it has soy.
The jelly beans on this post look to me to be "Brachs Jelly Bird Eggs" (which have CC labeling that put them on our :not safe: list -- and thank you, Brachs, for labeling to allow consumers the ability to make safe choices, even if it means we don't buy your products). Is this just a stock photo of Easter candy or is this a allergen friendly option?!? Both Gimbals & Starburst beans are great, yummy options for my tree-nut allergic kid, but I'd love to find a "classic" jelly bean, too.
My son has celiac disease and have been looking for something to substitute for the cream soups that are in so many traditional recipes. I made this tonight to try it on green bean casserole minus the French onions and it was amazing. Way better than the can stuff! Thank you so much.
Couple of questions: 1) How long can this safely be stored in the fridge (i.e. could I make it this weekend and use it in a recipe Tuesday night?) 2) I suppose this could also be used as a base in a pot pie recipe for leftovers next weekend - if it does store, or can it be frozen? and 3) Does the coconut taste come through? (not a coconut fan...) I have never made a green bean casserole but now I want to try!
Thank you! Thank you! This was awesome in green bean casserole. I made a whole dairy free thanksgiving. I find it hard to tell my 5 year old (milk & peanut) he can't eat something and my husband loved it. It's his favorite and he said it was awesome. So if I could reach through the internet and hug you, I would.
DS wanted cupcakes to share with his teammates this afternoon. Wacky cake cupcakes , Vanilla bean Whipped cream frosting , then choice of chocolate drizzle with toasted coconut or caramel drizzle with toffee bits.
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