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[personal profile] mythalive
I have an interesting project taking up my time today.

I need something I can make as a dessert or snack for my gaming group (finger foods, and not too girl-y).  One of us is now on a grain-free diet.  To make it more complicated (I could work that first one out easily enough), I am trying to avoid eggs or milk - if I buy those for it, I have to use ALL of them, or else use the remaining eggs/milk in something that can be frozen for 1+ months.  Because otherwise the remaining eggs and milk will go bad while I don't eat them.  The only milk-substitute I've found that I can tolerate the taste of (meaning the only one of which the remainder would be useable to me) is Silk pure coconut stuff, which will give whatever I make a decidedly coconut flavor.

I DO have access to almond flour, tapica flour, potato flour...not sure what else.

I've created recipes before using normal ingredients (very successfully I might add...two cakes, a couple other desserts), so I guess I'm about to see what that experience is really worth!

(If anyone has any ideas, I'd be glad to hear them).

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Date: 2011-03-19 07:06 pm (UTC)
cheyinka: A sketch of a Metroid (Default)
From: [personal profile] cheyinka
I don't have any ideas, but [community profile] omnomnom might!

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Date: 2011-03-20 06:23 am (UTC)
junipersky: (Default)
From: [personal profile] junipersky
I know they sell smaller egg portions, (about six eggs) as well as those egg-in-carton type things. I know people who swear by them. Also, you can buy milk in 1 pint increments - most recipes don't call for more than a cup. Actually, you could get a cup of milk from a grocery store in those child-sized travel cups.

Also- I'd go with veggies if you're thinking to avoid grain and such. Add some cheese and meat. You can eat the meat and veggies and pawn the extra cheese off on someone else. Cheese also lasts well in a freezer.


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