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We use Great Lakes Gelatin, both the red and the green variety.
Here are a few quick favorites, per request on the PANDAS / PANS/ Lyme facebook group. 🙂
Chocolate Stuffed Pumpkin Crepes , I usually add a tablespoon of coconut flour to mine if they are too runny. Just do a small test crepe to check your consistency. If you have extra batter (not likely, but I always do double or triple recipes), make up the extras and put this chocolate almond butter between them, like a crepe layer cake. Stick it in the fridge, the next morning cut it will have hardened and you can cut it into pie slices. YUUUUMMMY!!!
Chocolate Almond Butter “Recipe”
Since Almond butter is so expensive, and coconut oil is so awesome for you, this is doubly awesome. Saves money, and gets more coconut oil into your gut!
Get a jar of almond butter, with no refined sugar added. Dump the whole thing in your mixing bowl. Add about half that amount in coconut oil. (Best if your coconut oil is warmed to liquid, it mixes in better that way.) Then, if you’re ok with chocolate, add 1/2 to 1 cup of cocoa powder. The good kind. And a couple tablespoons of cinnamon (great anti-fungal). Mix and taste. A few gollups of your favorite honey. Keep adding until you love it. Sometimes I add a couple spoonfuls of vanilla. Mix it all up and taste it again.
Now (if you haven’t eaten it all) you’ve got more Chocolate / Coconut / Almond butter than will fit in your jar. If you want, you can dump the extra in a parchment lined pan and stick it in the fridge. Voila! It hardens into Paleo chocolate fudge!!!
Lemon Buttermilk Pancakes (Grain Free): I add a tablespoon of Gelatin to these too.
This blog is written by an anonymous mom. PANDAS disease is ugly. It’s practically unheard of, but it’s not rare. 1 in 200 kids has it. That’s right up there with childhood diabetes…but my pediatrician had never heard of it. This leads me to the question, how many kids out there are misdiagnosed, drugged for “behavioral issues”, OCD, schizophrenia, ADD, Autism, ADHD, Anorexic, or taken from their “bad” parents by well meaning doctors, teachers, and lawyers who don’t know about PANDAS. How many parents are searching for answers every night, in silent agony over losing their child, and have no one to talk to, no one who understands. This blog is for those parents. Those doctors. Those teachers. But mostly, it’s for those children. The ones with the fear in their eyes and the haunted look. The chapped and bloodied hands from washing incessantly. The lost childhood.
Lord, multiply this, share it with those who need it most. I don’t have time, or resources, or knowledge to get it into their hands. If it will bless them, let this reach them. In Jesus Name I pray for each hurting child. Amen.
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