Showing posts with label dairy free. Show all posts
Showing posts with label dairy free. Show all posts

How to Make Dairy-Free Whipped Cream and Beat Breast Cancer (Vegan Recipe for Mother's Day)

Print Friendly and PDF

The many beautiful
faces of Nancy.
I must thank a dear friend for inspiring this post: Nancy Prior Phillips...

Nancy and I met via her longtime enthusiasm for the books I write with my husband: The Coffeehouse Mysteries and Haunted Bookshop Mysteries. She is an amazing mom and has been an incredible inspiration to me (and many others) in her fight against breast cancer.

Nancy bravely posted on facebook throughout her chemo treatments while showing off a variety of nifty-looking wigs. She's kept her spirits up through radiation and recovery, and we all think she's amazing. (You can friend Nancy on facebook by clicking this link, and I'm sure she won't mind my saying so!)

Nancy also recently developed an allergy to milk products, more specifically casein, and she's quickly learning about clever solutions. When she told me about this one, which is also a vegan solution for dairy-free whipped cream, I tried it and loved it.

Although I don't have a dairy allergy, my late mother, Rose, who fought colon cancer, developed an intolerance to lactose late in life, and I probably will, too. If she were still with me, I'd be tickled to whip this up for her. Since I can't do that, I'll whip it up for you (with thanks to Nancy) and you can bet that we both sincerely hope you will...

Eat with (everlasting) joy, and have a...

Happy Mother's Day!

~ Cleo Coyle


The Best Oatmeal Pancakes from author Cleo Coyle - A healthful breakfast with a dairy-free option

Print Friendly and PDF

Oatmeal is a whole grain that brings nutrition and fiber to recipes, along with hearty and heartwarming flavor, but not all oatmeal pancake recipes are created equal.
Click here for the
free recipe PDF.
In this post, I share a few tricks I've learned to give you delicious results— in other words, tender and fluffy flapjacks instead of rubbery disks. 

To download this recipe as a free PDF, click here. To see this recipe as a blog post with big, step-by-step photos, scroll down or click here or on the read more link below.

May you eat with joy
and in good health!

~ Cleo Coyle, author of
The Coffeehouse Mysteries

4-Ingredient Peanut Butter Cookies: No Gluten, No Dairy, No Mixer, No Kidding from Cleo Coyle

Print Friendly and PDF

This tasty peanut butter cookie is one you can make at midnight in your bathrobe and flip-flops with one fork, one bowl, and four simple ingredients.
Click here for the free PDF.
It's my version of a classic recipe that's been around for decades. It's also gluten-free and dairy-free, but there are a few keys to getting good results. I share them in the recipe.

To download the recipe in a free PDF, click here now.

To read my full recipe post, scroll down, click here, or on the read more link below...

And eat with peanut butter joy!

~ Cleo