Post by flourishingmother on Jan 8, 2013 17:06:26 GMT -5
I don't know if this should be kept for children, because of the peanut butter--LOL, but I have always consumed large amounts of fat, and anyway I have been losing weight even though only being on the plan for a few days! I don't have peanut flour yet, so I don't know if this would work with that item, but I used regular peanut butter.
1 1/4 cup light coconut milk (almond would prob work just as well) ice cubes to desired thickness sweetener to taste 1 to 2 T. peanut butter scoop of whey protein optional 1/4 tsp. xanthan gum
it was soooooo good! I JUST got my xanthan gum in the mail, so I was a little overenthusiastic, and put 1/2 tsp. in, i think, and it turned out a little thicker than shake consistency, so I told my children it was peanut butter ice cream! LOL
What kind of peanut butter do you use? The kind you can grind at the store yourself? We have organic peanut butter we buy but that has sugar in it. The book calls for natural P.B. what exactly does that mean? Thank you
It is fat stripping because it is a FP food, very filling but no fat or carbs to burn It also can be made E or and S and is still fat stripping with the gluccomannon, protein and filling greatness. Protein I think is a key in it because it does help to keep you full longer and makes it a meal.
Your peanut butter might be ok, if sugar is not in the ingredients like Samantha said, you don't want it there, but there might be a bit listed in the nutrition information from the natural carbs.
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