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Now that I'm going dairy free(I will occasionally try to add some back in)for dd's reflux, I thought I'd post what I'm eating every day. I think it will help me to be more creative as I make this huge adjustment.
~Butter in baked goods isn't bothering dd so that's one thing I don't have to give up!~
oatmeal made with brown sugar, cranberries and almond milk
decaf black tea with tsp sugar
I don't have enough time to post here all the time but I'm doing ok. I'm eating way too high fat though. :/
I now have 4 milk alternatives: almond, coconut, rice and oat. I can use these straight, in puddings , sauces and frozen desserts. Nutritional yeast or bacon bits was recommended to me as a cheese substitute. I'm going to keep salted olive oil in the fridge for a butter substitute.
So I'm finding and trying alternatives for me but it's been time consuming and challenging feeding the family differently than me.
My kids are in the 5th %. They need dairy fat so I can't switch us all.
Yesterday I ate:
coffee with almond milk
biscuit with apple butter
bacon slices in a wheat tortilla
chocolate pudding made with oat milk
salad with oil & vinegar dressing
I need to actually plan my meals and snacks because I need to grab something quickly. Quick without planning is how I get so much fat and junk in my diet these days.