Wednesday, January 21, 2015

The Ultimate DIY Bundle - What are You Waiting For?

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Hi there! Has it not been what seems like forever? I miss you all and hope to get back into the swing of things in this space really soon. There are lots of changes coming up at myhappyhomestead - so, stick around!
But first, I wanted to stop by to share an AMAZING offer from the wonderful team over at Ultimate Bundles. Every quarter they put together a collection of eBooks and eCourses on a particular theme, and this time they’ve focused on DIY and crafting! (I know could it be any more perfect for these long winter months?)
The Ultimate DIY Bundle is your instant go-to library for a whole range of carefully curated eBooks and eCourses from the web’s foremost DIY and crafting experts. Topics include:
Home decor
Furniture painting
Photography
Chalk pastels
Handmade gifts
Homemade skincare products
Cake decorating
Photography and photo-editing
Paint colors and interior design
… and a whole lot more (76 eBooks and eCourses in total) – to help you be inspired or get started with your next DIY or crafting project!
Everything is yours to keep forever, and you can read it all on any device of your choice.
There’s no need to worry about information overload: The Ultimate DIY Bundle comes with a complete guide to getting started, so that you can know exactly which resource to use for your specific crafting or DIY project.
The contents of the Ultimate DIY Bundle are worth over $1,200 in total. But all you need to pay is just $34.95! That’s a HUGE discount of 97%!
And that’s not all! A selection of superb crafting companies have agreed to provide a special bonus to everyone who buys – and the bonuses are worth more than the entire cost of The Ultimate DIY Bundle!
Bonuses include a FREE Craftsy Class from Craftsy.com, a couple of $15 gift certificates to HopeInkShop.com and Fawnsberg.com and more.
Click here to see EVERYTHING that’s included in The Ultimate DIY Bundle (there’s a lot...trust me!!):
Hurry though! The Ultimate DIY Bundle will only be on sale for the next 6 days – until 11:59pm EST on Monday, January 26.
P.S. This awesome deal goes away in just…
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Get it here: https://us154.isrefer.com/go/diybundle/a2526/

Disclosure: I have included affiliate links in this post. Read the fine print about this bundle and read the answers to frequently asked questions about the bundle.
 

Friday, August 22, 2014

Homemade Dairy and Gluten Free Ice Cream

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Gluten and Dairy Free Ice Cream, Dessert, Sweets, Treats, Kids, Recipe, Printable
When we first discovered that our kids had a dairy sensitivity it didn't seem like a big deal- I mean heck, how hard could it possibly be to 'just' stay away from cheese? Ha, boy was I wrong- I will take our family's gluten issues over dairy any day. Most dairy alternatives are just plain nasty and full of artificial highly processed ingredients.

However, somethings really do taste great dairy free- and this homemade dairy free ice cream is certainly one of those things. There are no artificial ingredients and in our home the end result is a happy child that gets to be just like all the rest.

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Homemade Dairy and Gluten Free Ice Cream

Ingredients;
3 C. Dairy free milk of your choosing (I use 2 c. coconut and 1 c. almond)
1 T. Vanilla
3/4 C.Sugar (this can be adjusted depending on how sweet you want it)
1/2 tsp.  Salt

You will also need; 
An ice cream maker (it is worth its weight in gold for how much you will be saving in the long run on those super pricy little cartons of dairy-free ice cream)

Gluten and Dairy Free Ice Cream, Dessert, Sweets, Treats, Kids, Recipe, PrintableDirections; 
Add milk, vanilla, sugar, and salt in a large bowl. Whisk or using an electric mixer blend until sugar is dissolved and all ingredients are thoroughly combined.

Carefully pour blended mixture into the ice cream bucket and churn until it has reached its desired thickness (ours takes about 20 minutes)

Place in a lid covered container and store for later use. I typically make a batch and let it sit in the freezer for a bit before serving to let it thicken/harden as the immediate product is typically quite soft. 

Top with your favorite toppings; chocolate, berry sauce, dye free sprinkles, or fresh berries. Serve and enjoy!
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Thursday, August 21, 2014

Homestead Berry Sauce Recipe

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food, dairy free, dye free, gluten free, organic, garden, berries

If you have never made your own berry sauce you are missing out. Making your own berry sauce takes only minutes and has countless uses- be sure to let me know if you try it. I love hearing from you. 

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Berry Sauce

Ingredients;
3/4 cup of berries
1/4 cup of water (if berries are frozen I add less)
2 T. of honey (may add more or less..depends on your desired sweetness )

food, dairy free, dye free, gluten free, organic, garden, berries, myhappyhomesteadDirections; 
Combine berries and water over a low medium heat. 

Simmer 5-10 minutes until berries are soft. If your berries are frozen like mine usually are it may take a bit longer to heat through.  

Add desired amount of honey to prepared berries. Purée using an immersion blender or blender. 

Add berry sauce to your morning pancakes, waffles, or snow cones. Place remaining syrup in a sealed container or mason jar for later use- refrigerate.

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