Saturday, April 20, 2013

Latex-Fruit Syndrome...Wahoo...

I find a lot of recipes offline. I spend tons of time Googling different ingredients to find oddball creations.

Usually, I substitute. However, I was simply too excited about a certain recipe I found to exchange anything.

Dark Chocolate Avocado Mousse.

I found the recipe at (I wonder what attracted me to this website?)

Follow the link.

Do it.

Follow the link. Go to the store. Buy the three ingredients. Go home. Make and eat the deliciousness.

I love chocolate. But with not being able to consume sugar or dairy, my craving is rarely fulfilled.

So when I found this recipe of only an avocado, cocoa powder, and honey…I was ecstatic. But THEN I tasted the mousse.

Truly, I was speechless about how heavenly the three ingredients tasted together. The richness, the thickness, the pure yummy chocolate-y-ness silenced my words and satisfied my tastebuds beyond belief. In those few moments of chewing I experienced unadulterated bliss.

Then, latex-fruit syndrome came around. On the good side, I found out why I cannot eat bananas, sadly this led to realizing avocados aren’t too great either.

You know, on one hand I’m thankful to know what’s going on… On the other, did it really have to avocados?

Well, at least it also explains why my stomach hurts after eating avocado sushi and the strange fact that I can eat almost all apples without a stomach ache except red apples. 


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  2. Hey Hannah - I am starting to think my daughter is having some issues with hypoglycemia. She tends to have these severe meltdowns and although at first it seemed to have no rhyme or reason it seems to be a couple hours after she has eaten. I am going to speak to her pediatrician about this but meanwhile we will be trying some Hannah recipes for my Savannah!

    1. Severe meltdowns - never fun! Sorry to hear! That's how my mom found out about mine when I was younger. Things will definitely get better once you realize the pattern. I'm glad to know I can be of some help. Definitely see what the doctor says, but any questions you have feel free to send my way, I'll help as much as I can.

      Hope Savannah is doing well.