I worked this recipe up a few weeks ago for the adoption bake sale we had at church, & everyone loved the cookies!
This recipe has been in my family for at least four generations. It wasn’t even written down until 2002, when my mom was putting together a family cookbook. It is my favorite thing about Thanksgiving, so when I had to stop eating gluten, I found a way to make it gluten free. The premise is simple – make sure the cornbread is gluten free, and select gluten free seasoning ingredients. So we’re going to start with a from-scratch easy-as-pie gluten free cornbread recipe.
Here’s one of my favorite recipes for tailgating parties, it’s a fan favorite & quick and easy to make, so everyone wins!
Living in the Texas gulf area means we have about nine months of summer each year. And I’m a person who likes to work out – swim team practice three times a week, plus some running, biking, and the occasional extra workout, so I lose a lot of sweat. I have found that if I hydrate with an electrolyte drink before, during, and after a workout, I feel more energetic during a workout, I don’t get pesky leg cramps, I bounce back faster after a workout, and I even sleep better at night. My personal favorite drink mix is NUUN tablets. They are so delicious and easy to use, but at $.36 – $.45 per tab, it was costing $15 or more a month for me to drink. I wondered if I could create my own version for less money. Using the NUUN nutritional information as a guide, I developed my own DIY drink.
One lazy Saturday afternoon I had this leftover gluten free pie and pastry dough. I had used it to make a quiche but had only needed half of the dough, so there sat the other half. Initially I thought I’d make a chicken pot pie. Then along came the post-nap toddler blues and I really wanted a sweet snack, so these gluten free tartlets were born. Necessity really is the mother of all invention!
Sorry this post is so late today, guys! I’ve been wrestling with an iPhoto update and some issues with my photo editing software for a few hours now, but I finally worked everything out.
This recipe is amazing! I originally got it from a friend at church, but I’ve changed a lot of things to make it into something I love. We have it regularly in the winter, and it’s a great recipe for a crowd.
This is a recipe that I have a pretty interesting history with. When Steve & I were planning our wedding, he said that the only detail he cared about was having bacon at the reception. My mom’s best friend was catering for us, and she suggested these bacon chicken bites as a good option.
I immediately went home and made them because they sounded so good – and they were. We even have a small bacon grease smudge on our marriage certificate from the pastor eating one before signing it (don’t worry, we don’t mind).