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    Default Gluten free sugar free dairy free nut free cupcake topping?

    I'm delusional right? Is there anything i can put on cupcakes that will address a variety of dietary needs for a group of kids? Oh and no corn. LMAO

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    Why not just sprinkle with some Xylitol crystals fresh out of the oven. OR Carob shavings??
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    What are the cupcakes made out of?

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    Soy flour eggs baking soda grated carrot apricot purée soy milk honey nutmeg Ginger cloves and cinnamon

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    you could do a soy cream cheese icing then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by casevc5 View Post
    you could do a soy cream cheese icing then.
    OMG talk to me! lol

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    ok I found this:

    but I don't think I am allowed to sugar them up. Suggestions to replace the sugar?

    Soy cream cheese frosting:
    2 ounces soy cream cheese
    2 tablespoons margarine
    1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
    1/8 teaspoon salt
    1 1/4 cups confectioners’ sugar
    3 tablespoons toasted chopped pecans

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    Xylitol or Stevia. Stevia would be my first choice. Maple syrup or agave would be too runny.
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    Ok. I am not a complete spaz in the kitchen but this is starting to really stress me the eff out.
    Coconut Cream Frosting
    1 cup coconut milk
    1 cup agave nectar
    pinch celtic sea salt
    5 teaspoons arrowroot powder
    1 tablespoon water
    1¼ cup coconut oil
    Where do I get agave nectar and arrowroot powder and coconut oil and what if it doesn't work? I will go out of my frickin' mind.

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    health food stores will have it. Arrowroot will be hard to find. Why not just use the soy cream cheese recipe and sub stevia.
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    Where do I get stevia and how much would I use? I don't want to google anymore because it's making me feel like a loser. Watch the kids not even eat it. Bah.

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    OH ffs. Would you believe I just realized I am not going to be able to serve pizza? *facepalm*

    So, fruit tray and...? DS will plotz about the fruit in the first place so we can forget a veggie tray. LMAO

    WTF am I going to serve???

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    sounds stressful woman!!! What about some different varieties of wraps done up?

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    is there such a thing as a gluten free wrap?

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    yes you can do rice wraps or use rice paper wraps and do veggie rolls and plum sauce.
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