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  1. where have you been all my life?? 🙂
    okay.. maybe just the past 5 months.
    I have a 9 month old little boy who has FPIES as well as ANA allergies to dairy / soy / eggs and peanuts.
    Right now he is only "allowed" to eat apple sauce. But since I breast feed my diet has been slashed also. I can eat all of his FPIES triggers but I cant eat any of his ANA allergies.
    This website has been a Godsend!
    Thank you for taking the time to put it together. I'm sure we will find many yummy things to make.
    I'll just do a little subsituting for the soy!
    Thanks again…
    Ryley

  2. Seriously??? That makes soft serve? YUMMO!!! I thought I was pretty up on non-dairy ice cream, been experimenting with coconut milk lately.

    Ryley- I was just at Whole Foods and picked up a new So Delicious Coconut Milk Creamer. Dairy and Soy Free.

  3. My new ice maker is on its way from William Sonoma and I was wondering if you can use regular Soy Milk in place of the Soy Creamer to make the non dairy ice cream. Thanks.

  4. Oh I can't wait to try your ice cream recipe! I need to invest in an ice cream maker first. For the past few years, I have been making ice cream for my very allergic kiddo out of frozen bananas, pineapple, rice milk and spinach (if we want "monster" ice cream)in the blender. My kids love it so, adding marshmellows may ruin the healthy run we've had but, can't wait to try it anyhow! : ) Thanks!

  5. Ann, you win the super-mom award on that one, don't rock the boat until you have to!
    Elizabeth, you can use regular soy milk to make the ice cream, I would add a few tablespoons of oil to the mixture. Regular soy milk is nice because it's actually fortified with calcium and good stuff, but the low-fat nature makes for an icy-er ice cream that doesn't scoop or store very well.

    • I suppose it would be possible, from a technical perspective. It would be about 1 1/2 cups of marshmallow fluff. However, both Marshmallow Fluff and Marshmallow Creme have EGG in them, whereas plain marshmallows (Jet-Puffed or other similar brand) do not have egg.

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