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Saturday, January 3, 2015

gluten free coconut milk whipped cream

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You will love this home made, gluten free, dairy free, coconut milk whipped cream.
gluten free dairy free coconut milk whipped cream
It's delicious on pie and brownies. Follow my whipped cream tutorial on Guidecentral and my flour-less brownie recipe here. 
gluten free dairy free coconut milk whipped cream
Your canned coconut milk should not contain emulsifiers. That's so the fat can separate from the water, when placed in the fridge. My local market had Native Forest, which only has 3 ingredients; organic coconut, water, and guar gum.  I placed the can in the fridge over night as suggested. 
The following afternoon, I was ready to try making the topping. This is what the coconut looked like in my mixing bowl after I poured off the water.
After whipping with my electric hand mixer for several minutes look how fluffy.
 I added a teaspoon of organic sugar and gluten free vanilla.
gluten free dairy free coconut milk whipped cream
Sweet and delicious!
You can find One Little Project at a time's original recipe here.
 
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29 comments:

  1. We would get along great in Brownieville. I love the middles! I think I once saw a pan that's all edges on Amazon.

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    1. I would definitely live in Brownieville, lol! I'm going to look for that pan:)

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  2. Those look delicious!! I am definitely going to make these this weekend! My daughter has Celiac and is also dairy intolerant so this makes me so happy!! I'm sure it will make my daughter even happier :) Thanks so much Michele! Jacqui www.brookeeva.com

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    1. Thank you Jacqui! She will love them. Don't substitute anything else for the sugar in the brownie recipe, allow full time in baking, and make sure you use a food processor to really shred the beans:) Best when cooled in fridge but i love them so much i don't wait very long:)

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  3. I'm telling ya, coconut milk is good with just about EVERYTHING!!!! Thanks for sharing... It looks fab.u.lous.ly delicious... :)

    hugs x, Crystelle
    Crystelle Boutique

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    1. Thanks! It is so good, who knew:) I was just reading about it's fattening though :( Everything in moderation:)

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  4. That looks so good!! I'm such a sucker for cupcakes :)

    -Norma G.

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  5. Yum. These look absolutely delicious!

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  6. Thanks so much for sharing this with us! I love it! Hugs...

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  7. This is great. I have been wanting to try this. I'm pinning now.
    Debi @ Adorned From Above

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  8. I use coconut milk a lot, and I've always wondered about making whipped cream with it. I'll have to try this! Thanks for sharing with Hump Day Happenings.

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    1. A couple cans I put in the fridge never got solid? Just the brand I showed:)

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  9. I haven't seen this done before, brilliant!! Thanks for sharing it at Talented Tuesday this week!!

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  10. OMG! YUM! This looks so good. Pinning and sharing on FB. Thanks for sharing on Merry Monday!

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  11. Sounds like perfection! I pinned to my all things Gluten Free board xo Thanks for linking w/ Twirl and Take a Bow!

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    1. It's really good! Buy the coconut milk with no emulsifiers and be sure to chill:)

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  12. This looks so yummy! My friend just went gluten free because she is having stomach issues that the doctors cannot figure out what is going on so she is trying this to see if it helps. I am going to share this with her!
    Thanks for sharing at Totally Terrific Tuesday! Hope to see you tomorrow!
    Jess

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    1. Tell her to eliminate all grains and dairy for 3 weeks then try having again one at a time and see how she feels. It's tricky to iliminate gluten because gluten is hidden in many processed foods! She should google hidden gluten. Have a great week:)

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    2. Great! I will tell her for sure. I know she bought a book she was reading and threw away just about all of the food in her house (well donated it I should say lol) But I will def. pass this info on to her. She keeps having these pains that will put her down for hrs vomiting and going to the potty..its a nightmare! And when you are a stay at home mom with two little ones it just makes it even harder. She has been to several docs and a specialist..and even went to the er when the pains came on so that they could do scans while she was in pain and still no results. Its horrible! hopefully this info will help just in case she didnt know about the hidden stuff! Thanks so much Michele!! You rock!

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    3. Awe, I'm so sorry to hear that! She has to be her own advocate and keep looking for answers. I stumped my doctors for a while! And, I know many other people who have stumped their Drs. My Aunt who has celiac encouraged me to ask for gluten blood testing. My tests showed I had positive antibodies to gluten. I was also food challenge positive after eliminating gluten and then eating it again. Now all grains make me sick!!!! I also figured out though ultrasounds that I had endometriosis too, which can be painful and cause gastro issues! I needed surgery for that 4X. I know another gal who kept vomiting and had pancreatitis. My nephew's girl friend was very sick with stomach pains and vomit and finally found out she has Crohn's Disease<3 Having supportive family and friends is super important<3

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  13. hmmm i havent seen this before, good idea... :) Thank you for contributing to The Sunday Brunch Magazine, So great to have you join us, kind regards Eliza & Bel x

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