Hello friends! Here are five things that I'm loving this week. I hope that they are helpful to you in some small way, and maybe I'll introduce you to your next new favorite, too. Wishing you all a healthy, happy, safe week during these crazy times.
Rhino Rolls Cinnamon Bun Cereal
This cinnamon bun cereal is the cutest cereal ever, and it's very tasty too. I bought this at Whole foods, and it's gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan. I'm hoping to make some cute cereal bars with this soon, so stay tuned!
Primal Kitchen Dairy-Free Alfredo Sauce
I have to admit that I had low expectations for dairy-free alfredo, but Primal Kitchen impressed me once again. I'm a big fan of this brand, and they hit it out of the park with this sauce. My favorite way to eat it is on some dairy-free tortellini from Kite Hill with sautéed mushrooms and chicken. So good! I buy this at Whole Foods, and it's available on Amazon too.
The Calm App
Meditation has helped me get through the pandemic and craziness of the last few years, and the Calm app has been an amazing tool to help improve my practice. If you're new to meditation there are lessons to help get you started, and plenty to choose from as you advance. There are also sleep stories, daily words of wisdom, gratitude exercises, inspirational stories, and options for kids. You can find it in the app store, and they offer a 7-day free trial. Once the trial is over you need a subscription, which is $70 per year.
Miyokos Dairy Free Cream Cheese
There are a fair amount of dairy-free cream cheese options available now, but this scallion flavor from Miyoko's is my current favorite to enjoy on a bagel. The texture is creamy and similar to traditional cream cheese, and it has plenty of fresh scallion flavor. This is made from a nut base, so if you're avoiding nuts this won't be suitable for you. I buy it at Whole Foods, and you can use their store finder here.
It's Sumo Citrus season, and right now they're on sale where we live. If you haven't had one, a sumo orange is a non-GMO Japanese hybrid, cross-bred between a satsuma and mandarin-pomelo. These oranges are huge, with a thick outer layer that's very easy to peel. They're juicy, sweet, and absolutely delicious. They can be as costly as $6 per orange, but I was able to get them on sale for $2 each. This is a rare treat in my house due to the season and price, and my family goes crazy for them.
Did you try any of my dairy-free favorites?
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