With most additives being avoided on The Eczema Diet, finding plant based milks I can have can be a challenge. My previous favorite, almond milk, is out. Allowed milks include soy, rice and oat milk, but with my allergy to soy I am already down to two and most most rice and oat milks here have canola oil, which I react to. I previously used a
I tend to go through phases for homemade milk. I’ll make some plain homemade almond milk for a couple weeks, and then go back to the convenience of buying the store-bought stuff. Although the homemade milk if a thousand times better, it does take a bit of time and planning (not that much, but still), and it doesn’t stay fresh for long. What I do
I love cranberry juice. While the extra tart flavour of cranberries is usually toned down by either sugar or sweet fruit juice, here beets have that function, yielding a hearty and not-too-sweet flavour (and beautiful color). There is even some greens hidden in there, and parsley to detoxify after some holiday partying!
With the colder fall weather, smoothies are not my breakfast staple anymore (hello, yummy oatmeal!). However, when I work out in the morning, I still favour a smoothie since it is the only thing that is quick enough and that doesn’t weight me down if I work out half an hour after drinking it (not eating anything before working out is definitely not an option for me).
I was quite excited to get a bag of Kiss Me Organics matcha to review because, well… I love matcha! My favorite way to enjoy matcha is in a latte, although I also like it just whisked in hot water. I also love using it in recipes, such as smoothies, cakes and other treats. However, I often shy away from using it in my baked goods