Fabulous Friday Foodie Friends,
How’s that for some alliteration? When searching for low carb recipes, I often look for things that are a low carb version of something that I would normally like in a full carb version. Biscuits are something that when I am trying to be low carb, I definitely miss. I like breakfast biscuits, dinner biscuits, sweet biscuits, savory buttery biscuits, basically all of the biscuits.
During my search I came across this recipe for Sweet Cinnamon Vanilla Biscuits. I was very excited to try it. The ingredients were very simple and I had them on hand.
It’s similar to any biscuit recipe, you mix together the wet ingredients and then you add the dry.
Dry Ingredients combined
All ingredients combined.
Let’s Bake This!
This is a drop biscuit recipe, not a cut out type style. So I just scooped them onto the cookie pan and baked. The result was a little underwhelming.
These biscuits were a decent flavor. They fell apart. There was no crusty outside with a warm soft center. These are the things that I need out of a good biscuit. I would say this could possibly be a good recipe if you were looking for something to be a top for a cobbler type recipe. The flavor was mild enough that it would taste good next to apples, peaches or even strawberries. As a stand alone biscuit this was a little disappointing.
I am going to say overall, this was a 🙊🙈🙉 out of 5 recipe. The ingredients are definitely easy, and if you are low carb eating items you would already have on hand. It was a simple recipe to put together. The final result left a bit to be desired.
I’ll keep searching for that good low carb biscuit my friends.
Love and Mangia,
If you are on Pinterest you have seen cloud bread. You have been curious about cloud bread. If you haven’t well let me tell you about cloud bread. Haha! I found this link Cloud Bread and decided that I should try it for something a little different than my normal 3 hour bread baking weekend ritual. It seemed like an easy enough task.
I had all the ingredients ready to go!
The one thing I didn’t do was pull out the hand mixer and well my results will tell you that I shouldn’t have been lazy!
I think I did those egg whites some justice with my elbow grease though. Haha! Stuck them in the oven and well magic happened.
They actually looked the way I thought they kind of should. They aren’t quite as fluffy as I was hoping hence I needed the hand mixer.
But upon escape from the oven and a proper cooling phase I was very happy with the taste and thus I will definitely be trying this recipe again! I wish I could describe it properly it tastes like bread just a super light version. Nothing heavy about it at all. These didn’t last long in my house at all.
Thanks Becca for an amazing recipe!
Are you guys actually trying these things you find on Pinterest? May change these posts to “nailed it” type posts in the future.
Until next time mangia my loves,
We are a pork household. We love pork and all enjoy cooking it as well. Our smoker has seen better days so I had to try my hand at fixing a pork butt in the oven.
That is how it turned out. A 7 pound butt cooked for 5 hours at 200 degrees covered in tin foil and then for 2 hours at 350 with the foil removed. I covered it with some homemade rub. The seasoning was excellent. We honestly missed a little bit of the smoky flavor that we get when we do a traditional butt in our smoker but overall excellent flavor and this just proves that you can cook a piece of meat as long as you have some heat and the time.
My husband then made these amazing pulled pork sandwiches.
Layer pork, BBQ sauce, a fried egg and some pimento cheese. Trust me the flavor is out of this world!
So yeah that pic has nothing to do with today’s post but I had to! I mean really people! I daily can’t even! Now onto the talent portion of our program.
I’m pretty sure there’s nothing about me that’s hidden. I don’t have a ton of talents. Maybe cooking could be hidden because you all get pics and recipes but don’t get to taste it. I’m pretty detailed when planning events. And most of my friends would consider me something of a wordsmith. I can make almost anything “sound” better.
To be honest I don’t think we should hide our talents. I think the talents we were given should be shared. Each talent is a gift to you for you to give to someone else. My favorite gifts to share would definitely be crocheting and cooking. I love to make things for people that I care about like scarves, blankets and of course food. Searching for recipes for someone’s favorite food and and then making them for family and friends makes me so happy.
So what talents do you have that you should share with the world?
For Try-it Tuesday I wanted to share with you all one of the new recipes I tried for Thanksgiving. I am going to be honest and tell you I didn’t take near enough pictures at Thanksgiving and I am fighting a horrible migraine so this is going to be a short post. But as I was saying stuffing…
Stuffing and mashed potatoes are probably my Thanksgiving staples next to the Parade! I didn’t know how to survive without stuffing and I was scared to try. So I started scouring the Internet for recipes and ideas. I found a recipe called – Awesome Sausage Apple Cranberry Stuffing on allrecipes.com and decided that sounded yummy and different and gluten free bread could be used without too much notice by my family!
The only change to the recipe I made was using sage sausage instead of regular turkey sausage and gluten free bread instead of the regular white and wheat it called for. I did not stuff the turkey but baked it in the oven for 30 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit covered and then 15 minutes uncovered.
Here is the link to the recipe Awesome Sausage Apple and Cranberry Stuffing
It was a hit! My fiancé has asked for me to make it again for Christmas dinner and I will gladly oblige. And now for some random Thanksgiving pics I do actually have! And yes these were two different days we had back to back Thanksgiving with all of our family! It was awesome and I am blessed beyond words.
Wait is that my wine or yours?
Future mother in law cooking up for the whole crew.
We are so silly!
This is the best banana pudding ever and I will definitely be sharing this recipe for holiday events to come!
My little boy is growing up too fast! Oh the mustache!
Honey and brother in law checking out the game.
I hope that your Thanksgiving was wonderful and that maybe you tried a new recipe this year! If you did please share!