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  1. Hello, I really want to make my own coffee creamer. I know it is preferred to drink our coffee black, but I just prefer to add something extra to my coffee to make it a little fancier. Does anyone have any good recipes? I tried just plain unsweetened coconut milk but that didn't do much for me. I've also heard that "Nutpods" are compliant, but some of the ingredients make me skeptical. Are these ingredients okay? Purified water, coconut cream, almonds, natural flavors, acacia gum, sunflower lecithin, dipotassium phosphate, gellan gum, sea salt.
  2. amandakristine

    Banana milk?

    Hi! I was wondering if adding Mooala Banana milk is compliant to add to coffee. Ingredients: Water, Organic Banana Puree, Organic Roasted Sunflower Seed Butter, Sea Salt, Organic Cinnamon, Gellan Gum. Thank you!
  3. I've seen they the Califia Farms unsweetened almond milk is now compliant, but what about their creamers?
  4. English teacher Kate

    So Delicious Coconut Creamer

    Hello All, I am on day 3 of the plan for the first time. Life is going just fine, but I have a question about my So Delicious Coconut Creamer. It doesn't have carrageenan, soy, or gum, but it does have "cane sugar". What do y'all think? Is this okay for me to have in my coffee in the morning. If it isn't I'll have to start over - aaaaggghhhh! Thank you
  5. So I did my whole30 about a year ago. I felt great and had so many nonscale victories. But one thing that was happening to me at the same time was severe abdominal pain, concentrated on the left side mostly but sometimes the right side, and it was always worse during the morning. And, sorry TMI, but was also having BM issues - diarrhea off and on. I was using coconut milk/cream in my coffee, and almost every day eating the chia pudding recipe with chia seeds, mashed banana, and coconut milk. So fast forward to one year later and I bought a pack of nutpods on Amazon and am trying them for the first time. So this morning I notice that pain is back! Eureka! I was sort of suspicious last year of the coconut milk causing the issues, but brushed it off. But now I am convinced. I googled it and apparently some people have issues tolerating it...fructose malabsorption maybe, or something else. I'm just glad I know now and can avoid it. I have never noticed a problem when I've used it in curries, soups, etc., so that's good. It's probably just the fact that it's such a heavy amount all at once! I just wanted to share in case anyone else has had these issues!
  6. I just saw the newsletter about the new NutPods creamer. I was excited until I looked at the list of ingredients. How was this an improved compliant Whole 30 product when it has phosphates in it? I thought we were not allowed phosphates on the Whole 30. I know I avoided them the whole time I did my 30 days. I double checked the rules just now and it said sulfites and not phosphates. So perhaps just my bad. With that said, if I had the two mixed up then perhaps it should be phosphates because I just got back my blood work results last night and my total cholesterol fell 45 points in 30 days. My triglycerides dropped 88 points and my LDL 20 points. I also lost 18 pounds.
  7. nursleshunt

    making my own creamer

    I am conflicted regarding making your own stuff. In the book, it mentions not making pancakes, even if you are using compliant foods but its okay to make your own mayonnaise, ranch, etc. So it is against the rules to make your own creamer using coconut milk with added stuff like dates, cinnamon, or vanilla bean or does that fall under the same thing as making your own dressings?
  8. I am on day 4 of the Whole 30 and every morning I crave my coffee with powdered Coffee Mate, the way I used to have it every morning. I've been settling for black but boy do I miss my creamer!!! Any suggestions for a substitute? I tried the canned coconut milk and that wasn't for me.
  9. I almost have my best friend convinced to try a Whole30 with me in August (as much Whole30 as we can do living at home with parents who foot the food bill and think we're crazy), but she absolutely hates her coffee black. She sent me a recipe she found for a homemade hazelnut creamer made with soaked hazelnuts, water, coconut oil, and sweetened with pureed dates and asked me if she could have it on the Whole30. My assessment was that while the ingredients are legit, this creamer would not be Whole30 because it isn't in keeping with the spirit of the program. It is clearly SWYPO for a person who loves their flavored coffees, and its purpose would be propping up the craving for sweetness, having the same effect and satisfying the same brain tantrum as just adding sugar would. To me, it would be tantamount to eating Larabars for dessert (which was my SWYPO during my first W30). In my understanding, sugar is sugar, dessert is dessert, and sweetened creamer is sweetened creamer, but I wanted to present this to the experts as a case study. Am I correct in judging this creamer non-compliant? Thanks!
  10. SunshineHazel

    Hazelnut Coffee Creamer

    Good Day, My friend sent me this link to make your own hazelnut "creamer", would this be compliant? http://paleokosherkitchen.com/healthy-hazelnut-coffee-creamer/ Thanks Much and Have a Happy Whole30 Sandra
  11. I am on Day 3 of my Whole30. I am an avid coffee drinker and like it sweet, so this has been one of the most challengings parts of this journey so far. I tried the canned coconit milk in my coffee on day 1, with a little but of cacao, but it is just not tasting good to me! I am used to putting dark chocolate almoind milk in my coffee, and wondered if anyone had a recipe for a compiant homemade chocolate almond milk, or any other ideas. I would almost rather not drink coffee at all unless I can find a way to make it taste good. Thanks in advance for any ideas!