I love a good, protein packed breakfast. Unfortunately, our chickens and ducks have almost stopped laying eggs. Yeah, I know. Spring is when chickens kick it into high gear and lay a bazillion eggs. Unfortunately, some stray dogs got into (yes, in) our chicken pens and slaughtered all, yes all of Keep Reading
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a great way to start your day. However if you are not eating the right foods, you might be setting yourself up to crash early on. These recipes for muffins, rolls and oatmeal are great gluten free ways to get started and fill you with energy. The egg nests, crepes, frittatas and cheddar biscuits are a means of getting started but are fancy enough for a brunch or special occasion when it comes to eating breakfast. These recipes are quick and easy, and even cater to breakfast on the go, such as having breakfast pops, which are great for kids because they will think they are having dessert for breakfast, but also include smoothies for when you can not quite sit down and eat breakfast at the table. You can even take breakfast to go with the travel granola and homemade yogurt. There are enough recipes here that you can surprise your family with a fun healthy gluten free and allergen free start to the day.
I’ve always been a bit partial to cut-out biscuits. Never liked making drop biscuits, even if they were just going to be covered with gravy. As a result of this bias, I made a lot of crumbly biscuits when I started baking gluten-free. I also made a lot of biscuits that resembled bricks. As it turns Keep Reading
For years, my go-to sausage recipe has been simply to add salt, pepper, and sage (and maybe a smidgen of cayenne) to a pound of ground pork. The more sage the better in my opinion (but not in Gabriel’s. Have I mentioned that we have food incompatibility issues? Well, we do*). Now where was I? Oh Keep Reading
I was just talking with some girls at church yesterday about how before we had little ones, we weren’t big breakfast eaters. For me, it was a bowl of cold cereal. Now that I’m nursing a baby however, breakfast has become synonymous with protein. Usually in the form of eggs. Oh, how I love Keep Reading
Okay, this dish may tickle your funny bone a little bit. This past summer, we had a bazillion laying hens, and quite a stash of potatoes that we’d recently harvested, so in an effort to keep our grocery bill down, many of our breakfasts were made of hashbrowns and eggs. Then Gabriel began Keep Reading