This is my latest concoction that just popped into my head.
I wanted some cantaloupe but didn't just want it plain so...
I cut it into little bite-sized pieces and put it in a bowl. Then I stood in front of the open refrigerator for 15 seconds or so then reached for the almond butter and the coconut milk
Word about my coconut milk: I drain off all the liquid from the can into a small measuring glass. Then I briefly whip up the thick part in a small bowl. Then i add in half of the liquid I drained out whipping it up so it's even and then store it in a glass container with a snap on lid in the fridge. Okay.
So I took a rounded tablespoon each of almond butter and that semi-drained coconut milk and mixed them together to form a lovely dressing. I almost added a bit of liquid stevia extract but then thought better of that idea and realized that the cantaloupe was probably sweet enough--I was right. Tossed the fruit with the dressing and ATE IT! ...along side a bit of ham salad. that was lunch; YUM!
Try it, you might like it.
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