Friday, October 1, 2010

A few goodies... oh and product friday{Basic H2}!

This week has totally flown by. We have been consumed with house hunting, cleaning, and cooking more gluten, dairy, and sugar free food than any one mom should ever have to make(or ingest!) And come to realize today is Friday and that means another product feature!

Last night was our Kickoff and I had a great time learning about Shaklee with all of those who came! If you would like to host a Malot's Hope Fundraiser in your home, with the chance for rewards as well for you, CONTACT ME! We would love to help you partner with us! It is an easy low cost/no cost way to support us! We had some fun snacks which I stole from other blogs that were G/S/C free, so check out those links at the bottom if you are interested.

Ahhhh... Basic H2. THE most versatile product on the planet.

Alright I totally just made that statement up. But it is the most versatile product in my house that I know how to use. It can do everything. 2 drops to 16 ounces of water makes window cleaner. 1/4 tsp. in the same amount makes an all purpose cleaner that rivals anything on the market. It is safe to use on organic gardens as a fertilizer AND a bug killer. (and yes you can still keep your "organic" status. It will keep ants at bay, deworm dogs, keep fly's off of horses, and bugs out of chicken coops. It is just that cool :) So check it out, we will never be without it over here!

The promised Links!

Gluten/ Casein Free Pumpkin bread

I made these as muffins (same temp, around 20-25 minutes), omitted the sugar, swapped the honey for 1/2 brown rice syrup, and swapped all of the GF flours for a GF all purpose flour (Bob's). Oh and a put 2 droppers full of liquid stevia(sweet leaf) in for good measure. So maybe I should have just wrote new directions :)

Grain Free/Sugar Free Marble Cake

Again Muffins, and only made the "chocolate cake" portion, omitting the vanilla marble half. I also used brown rice syrup again for the honey, but the same amount. Whole foods doesn't carry the vanilla cream stevia, so I just use plain liquid and add a tsp. extra of vanilla. This made 20ish cupcakes, so if you do marble be prepared for LOTS of goodies! They are oh so much better the second day! They were topped with a simple allergen free chocolate (enjoy life, what else?) melted with some coconut milk, and chilled to make a "frosting". Man, I wish we weren't out. MMMMMMMMM

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