Everyone has their favorite products for their recipes. When I choose my products I always look at the labels to make sure they are free from unnecessary additives and preservatives. I’m looking for organic and GMO free products that are reasonable priced and work well with my recipes.
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Grass-Fed Gelatin -Collagen protein is a 100% pure, pasture-raised, grass-fed gelatin powder. Gelatin will thicken in cold liquids so its perfect for to make my Gelatin Jigglers – a gut healthy snack. The amino acids contained in gelatin good for gut health and are identical to the protein found in skin, nails, hair, bones, cartilage, and joints. Gluten Free, rBGH Free, Non GMO.
Passion Tazo Tea is what I used for my Gelatin Jigglers recipe. It comes out delicious and you will be fighting the kids off so make a double batch.
Bragg’s Liquid Aminos – An alternative to tamari and soy sauce this is made with no preservatives and from non GMO soy. Traditional soy sauce is not gluten free and may contain GMO’s and MSG.
Powdered Peanut Butter – Made from organic peanuts, coconut palm sugar and sea salt this powder is lower in fat and calories than traditional peanut butter. Compare 2 T of PB Fit at 70 calories and 2 net carbs to 2 T of traditional peanut butter at 190 calories and with 4 net carbs. Great for shakes, baking or a low calorie snack.
NOW Organic Stevia Powder – This little bottle of stevia comes with a tiny spoon that is perfect for adding just a dash of sweetness to your coffee or maybe several dashes to your recipes. A non-bitter, organic, natural leaf stevia with no additional ingredients makes this a very clean source.
Monk Fruit– This product comes from the Monk Fruit or Lou Han and like stevia will not spike insulin. Monk Fruit has been used for hundreds of years as a natural sweetener and is now being found in many healthy products. This brand is pure without any sugar alcohols or other additives.
Baking Powder – Not all baking powders are created equal. This one is gluten and aluminum free.
Black Bean Pasta – This black bean pasta is made from 100% organic black beans and water, nothing else! Enjoy this grain free, gluten free, high protein and low net carb alternative to traditional pasta.
Pasta Variety Pack – Mung Bean, Black Bean and Adzuka Bean Pasta all made from 100% organic beans and water. Grain free, gluten free, high protein and low net carbs make this a great alternative to traditional pasta.
Pro Granola – Grain free, gluten free, guilt free. High protein, low net carbs and low calorie deliciousness. Enjoy it with some unsweetened nut milk or coconut yogurt for a meal or snack.
Vegan Pro Granola – This is also grain free, gluten free and guilt free. The same high protein, low net carbs and even lower in calories cereal option but no animal protein. This product uses pea protein instead of eggs and also has no flax seed which makes it easier on digestion for some people. Enjoy it with unsweetened nut milk or coconut yogurt as a meal or snack.
Chaga Tea – I love this Chaga tea. Chaga tea come from mushrooms and its known for its anti oxidant benefits. This tea is caffeine free and tastes more like coffee as it comes out like a rich, dark drink. For a delicious alternative to coffee with claims to help with arthritis and cancer prevention, try a cup of this each morning or add it to any hot drink. Unlike other brands I’ve tried which are grainy and feels like dirt in your mouth, this one dissolves completely.
Almond Flour – I use this grain free flour in so many of my recipes. Almond flour can easily replace regular flour in a recipe to make it grain free.
Almond Meal is courser than almond flour and is great for using in recipes like Grain Free Chicken Fingers where you need to replace bread crumbs. I don’t mind using the almond meal in baking or vice versa so there is not need to have both unless you prefer a more grainy texture for your “breadcrumb” substitute.
Coconut Flour is a fine baking flour but can not be used as a one to one substitution. It requires a lot more liquid and the consistency of your baked products would be very different if you used just coconut flour. I use it in combination to the almond flour in my recipes to soften them.