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Fruit Punch GGMS - steep 2 raspberry tea bags in about 1.5-2 cups of water, put 2-3 teaspoons of Truvia, 1 tsp cherry extract, 1 tsp of orange extract in tea and stir until Truvia is dissolved. In a quart jar filled with ice add 1 -3T of Bragg's Apple Cider Vinegar and 1/4tsp -1 tsp of Ginger powder and pour your tea mixture in the jar. Pour a little water to fill up the quart jar. Place lid on the jar and shake to mix. Tastes just much like Fruit Punch!

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Experimenting with Trader Joe’s Peanut Flour

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Chicken Bacon Crock Pot Chowder

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Not-A-Grain Bars (Grain Free ‘Cereal’ Breakfast Bars) - Danielle Walker's Against All Grain

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This is is the Trim Healthy Mama-friendly "London Fog" (S). Made with strong Earl Grey tea, cream, vanilla extract and truvia, this creamy, rich tea drink is absolutely delightful! To make: Brew 2 teabags of Earl Grey tea in a mug but leave room at the top for cream. In a separate cup, boil about 1/4 cup of cream with 2-3 tsp of truvia (experiment to see how sweet you like it) and a tsp of vanilla extract in the microwave for 1 minute or until boiled, pour into tea and mix

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GGMS ~ Good Girl Moonshine THM •Fill a quart sized jar with water and ice. •Add a generous drizzle of raw apple cider vinegar (I use 1-2 T). •Add 1 t of ginger powder •Add a few shakes of NuStevia Pure White Extract to taste. If you use Truvia – try 3 to 5 t. •perhaps a good idea to drink with a straw to protect teeth from the acidity.

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