Rebecca walks you through the easy step by step process of making healthy almond milk at home with 4 ingredients, a blender and a tea strainer. It's AIP friendly (not intro phase) and so much more affordable than store bought and has none of the additives. This easy recipe is sure to become a favorite. Go ahead and give it a try!
So without further ado I'm going to jump into this recipe for Pumpkin Pie Protein Bars that are AIP (anti inflammation protocol) friendly and are also fab if you're eating a paleo diet.
It takes about 20 minutes to prep these and another 2 hours for them to set up in the fridge before you can mow through them.
The flavor is straight up pumpkin pie and the texture is a little firmer. The real bonus is that they travel well in a ziplock or reusable silicone container because they are firm.
Working into the wee hours of the morning, several days in a row, I need a little something tasty to satisfy my grumbly tummy and this week, Pumpkin Custard is hitting the spot just right. It's so incredibly simple to make I wonder why this hasn't been a staple in my kitchen. In the studio, I only have a convection/toaster oven, not a full size stove. I've found with pumpkin, the only finicky bit is that different ovens will cook it at a slightly different rate. No worries. The last ten to fifteen minutes, just check it every few minutes...