This dairy free frosting is super easy to make and taste great! I’ve tried dozens of different dairy free frosting recipes out there, but wasn’t really excited until I came across this one. I used powdered monkfruit sweetener, which tastes like sugar but has zero carbs or calories in it. It is zero glycemic, which means it will not raise your sugar levels. I found this at Whole Foods, but you can purchase online as well.
- 1 cup powdered monkfruit sweetener
- ¼ cup coconut butter
- 2 TBS melted coconut oil
- 2-3 TBS almond milk
- ¼ tsp salt
- Use an electric mixer and mix monkfruit sweetener with coconut butter, coconut oil and sea salt. Gradually add in almond milk one tablespoon at a time.
- If you add in too much liquid, add more powdered sugar. You’re looking for a frosting consistency.
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- You can substitute this powdered sugar for another one.
- Don’t feel like making your frosting? Check out Simple Mills Vanilla & Chocolate frosting! You can purchase them both from Whole Foods, Thrive Market or Vitacost.
JUST EAT REAL FOOD – Stop focusing on calories & focus on what you’re eating and how it makes you feel. Your body is always giving you signals, but many times we ignore them. Pay attention if you develop nausea, gas, bloating, abdominal pain, diarrhea, constipation, headaches, joint pain, rashes, sinus problems, or cold sores. If you develop any of these things after eating, it’s a good indicator that your body is giving you a clue to stop consuming something in your food. Many times these symptoms come from consuming chemicals, artificial coloring, and preservatives. Other times these symptoms can occur from a food allergy or sensitivity. Pay attention. Creating a food diary is a really great way to help you figure out what your triggers are. Food elimination diets are a great way to figure out what your triggers are.
Information in this posting is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Talk to your medical provider before starting any new supplements or medications.