I'm sharing two awesome dairy free recipes today for Recipe Club with Andrea.
The first is pretty much the easiest thing ever. I mean ever.
Maple Pecan Milkshake
- Combine NadaMoo Maple Pecan "Ice Cream" and Almond Milk in a blender. I do a roughly one to one ratio (but I don't measure). Blend.
- Pour into fancy cups. Realize you are out of pretty straws so put a way too long tervis straw in your fancy glass and call it a day.
This next recipe isn't quite as easy. But it's pretty gosh darn simple. And both boys and my husband approved!
Sweet Coconut Butternut Squash Soup
And now let's "finish this!"
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As a kid, my favorite Halloween costume was in fourth grade when I went as a picnic. My dad built a frame out of wood and then we covered it with a checkered tablecloth and hot glued plates, napkins, fake food, and even little marching ants. Basically every year at Halloween I ask my mom for a picture of the costume. So far, nothing. I'm pretty sure this is because there are and no pictures not because she didn't look. I need to remember to look one of these days when I am at her house just to verify. I really loved creative homemade costumes as a kid. My sister made my costume one year when I was 3(ish) and I was an adorable little mouse. Again. No photo. (Seriously I need to look through the childhood photos at my mom's house!) I'm clearly the third child. No Halloween photos! Two years ago, I went as a skeleton for Halloween. It was cute. If I brought it back this year it would be the scariest costume ever -- five under three? Eeeeek!
As an adult, I celebrate Hallowen by not celebrating. That's not quite fair. I eat pumpkin spice Oreos and put pumpkins on the porch. I haven't done
My favorite candy is ?? I'm the weirdo who doesn't know! I like a piece or two of lots of things but candy isn't my weakness. This year I'm hoping for a few smarties, a skittle or two, and maybe a fun dip! I loved fun dip as a kid. When I saw it on a list of dairy free candy it brought back happy memories - and now I want some!