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    Quote Originally Posted by Norfolkgrey View Post
    he, he I can't win. I got so excited then at zabaglione (see bottom of list)

    rum, be careful of dark spirits
    rum and dark spirits? so that's voodoo out of the window then...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikermike View Post
    rum and dark spirits? so that's voodoo out of the window then...?

    what have we ever done to you...?
    Ah but I am fine with nuts

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    https://www.vegrecipesofindia.com/ga...ajar-ka-halwa/

    I know this recipe has a bunch of dairy-related ingredients, but you can use coconut milk instead of cow's milk, and skip the ghee. In fact, when my mum is feeling particularly stingy and lazy, she pressure-cooks the grated carrots in water and adds a bit of milk and khoya later!

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    Thank you for all this I feel a bit lighter about it now.

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    looks adaptable. will try a batch as cupcakes to freeze (hubby can't do almonds)

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    https://www.vegrecipesofindia.com/ga...ajar-ka-halwa/

    I know this recipe has a bunch of dairy-related ingredients, but you can use coconut milk instead of cow's milk, and skip the ghee. In fact, when my mum is feeling particularly stingy and lazy, she pressure-cooks the grated carrots in water and adds a bit of milk and khoya later!
    That reminds me I think I have a similar sort of thing for a couple of things lurking in my recipe folder. Must get coconut milk on my shopping list
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    Jelly

    Maybe tapioca pudding made with non-dairy milk, if you enjoy tapioca.

    Overnight oats (Oats layered with fruit and non-dairy yoghurt eg soya based)

    Baked bananas

    Stewed apple with cinnamon

    Fruit crumble with an oat and nut based “crumble” topping

    And for those days you really want full on sweet stodge, a bowl of thick porridge with honey/syrup/cinnamon. You can make porridge with water or nondairy milk. Only takes a few mins in microwave.

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    Swap flour for ground almonds and part sub with corn flour. You need to experiment with recipes you like to find the correct ratio.
    Try the brownie recipe
    Crumbles etc - gluten free corn flakes/ oats/ almonds/ corn flour mix.
    Look at coconut oil to sub your butter.

    OH is gluten intolerant. Polenta is a great alternative to flour. Lots of recipes like this one about
    https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/...-cardamom-cake
    Also a whole load of butter alternatives here;
    https://www.jessicagavin.com/substitutes-for-butter/
    Muffins use oil instead of butter/ use almonds, gluten free flour or cornflour mix instead of flour etc https://www.coeliac.org.uk/gluten-fr...tabase/872553/
    https://www.mamaknowsglutenfree.com/...crumb-muffins/
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    Have you tried Nakd bars before, they are essentially snack bars made out of nuts, dates and flavourings. My favourites are gingerbread and cherry bakewell - just had a quick look and there are recipes out there to make your own (although I’ve not done this myself)

    http://www.lucyloves.uk.com/recipes/...ell-nakd-bars/
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