My husband and I strive to be Jesus followers above all else and our desire is to point people to Jesus, rather than corral them into religion, tradition, or self-reformed morality. This book was the best resource (blog articles, videos, curriculum, book studies, etc.) that we've ever come across which attempts to give guidance on the best way to go about sharing the Gospel.
The only downside to this indulgent drink is that it takes a tidbit of patience the first time you make it because it calls for coffee ice-cubes and you may not have those waiting in your freezer. After you've made this once, you will want to keep an ice cube tray devoted to coffee cubes so you won't have to be patient again! It is SO good. It won't disappoint, my coffee-snob hubby even approves- and he has dairy in his diet. He's hooked on heavy whipping cream in his coffee and he doesn't miss the dairy in this drink!
1 1/2 cups of Silk Cashew Milk*
4 coffee ice cubes (make coffee however you prefer and freeze in a standard ice cube tray until solid)
2 Tbsp. maple syrup
1/2 tsp. almond extract- this is not optional, it's the star of the show!
Blend it all together and enjoy!
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Love this girl's writing... feels like she's a long distance friend. Well, her sister is my long-distance friend, so that probably helps. Either way, what an inspiration and encouragement- you just need to check out some of the places life has taken Leah and be strengthened and inspired by the love that oozes (yes, oooozes) from her heart for Jesus, His people and His creation!
If you like nummy recipes, or have special dietary needs (or both!) check it out. ALL of her recipes are Vegan, and many can be made gluten-free. I stumbled upon it when searching for dairy/egg free treats to make for my kiddo and have gotten hooked on several recipes. Okay, "hooked on" doesn't portray it well enough. How about "addicted to"? That's more fitting. Will definitely be going back for more!