Thanks for sharing...I love the chocolate pudding, but have to avoid as it is all milk protein and my system does not do well. I can tolerate the soy/milk shakes a lot better..so excited to try....any other recipes you would like to share????.
I make a mean oriental shirataki noodle..
The trick with those smelly noodles is to rinse for a good minute and then boil for at least five. Drain..
If you have a well seasoned cast iron pan, you won't need but a tsp of oil. I crush garlic and saute until almost crispy, add the noodles and cook forever....no, just about 10 minutes on medium heat. The cast iron helps to crisp them up a bit and that makes them less like sponges and more like noodles. The thickness of the noodle should reduce by about half, then you know they're done. I grate some ginger and add a splash of soy sauce, maybe some crushed red pepper. This was a off plan staple so make sure you measure all and check what veggies you can add.
After they are nice and cooked, I cut the plate of noodles so I am scooping with the fork, not trying to twirl. They will never be "real pasta" but this is a nice go around...
I'm thinking the blueberry antioxidant shakes would work really well, like blueberry yogurt!!..
And it won't turn to liquid if stored. You can make it for the next day, just stir or use the HealtMate blender to make it smooth...
Ooooohhhh, Thank you. I'm trying this tonight. I've had the hardest day and little extra right now, sound like heaven..
If you have any fat allowance, a little less than a 1/4 tsp of half and half will make it even better. It does take a while to cool though, like Jello, you have to wait!..