Category Archives: Gluten Free

Chicken Egg Roll In A Bowl

Y’all!!! This is delish and it’s so easy! It’s also gluten free, low carb, and keto friendly. Winner winner, chicken dinner🤣

Do you love Asian food? Goodness we do. We have the best Chinese restaurant here called Panda House and they have THE BEST gluten free menu! I love them!

But when I want to make something at home this is one of my go too meals.

An interesting difference is I use Coconut Aminos. What are Coconut Aminos you ask?🤔 Basically, it’s a healthy alternative to soy sauce. I have Celiacs so I can’t have gluten which is in soy sauce. Nowadays they do have gluten free soy sauce but it’s awfully salty if you ask me plus my daughter has an allergy to wheat and soy lol so that’s kinda how I came across Coconut Aminos.

Amazing benefits if you ask me! Why not give it try and start adding it to you daily meals.
(Above image borrowed from Dr. Axe)

Ingredients:
4-5 Chicken Breast- cut bite size or shedded if you like.
2 Packages coleslaw mix
1/2 medium onion, chopped
2.5 Teaspoons mined garlic
1 Teaspoon ginger- optional
1 Scrambled egg small pieces- optional (Its very tasty)
3-4 Tablespoons Trader Joe’s or Bragg’s Aminos (To taste) OR Soy Sauce
1-2 Teaspoons rice vinegar (optional)

Directions:
Cook the chicken breast until done, and cut or shred it, put to the side.
2 Tablespoons of Kerrigold butter. I put in a little bacon grease too😉 Add onions, garlic to pan and sauté.
Add coleslaw mix and cook for about 15 mins, then mix in chicken.
Add ginger, Trader Joe’s or Bragg’s Coconut Aminos, and rice vinegar (optional)
Cook another 5-10 mins.

ENJOY!😋

Other varieties are using roll of Jimmy Dean HOT sausage, shrimp, or you can use a combination.

Health Tip Of The Day:

Try making 1 change this week and just be consistent with it. If you mess up it’s ok, just simply start again. Pick one and work on it till it becomes a habit.

Progress not perfection.

– Drinking half your weight in water for one week.

-Exercising or walking 20-30 minutes 3 days for one week.

– Cutting out sugar for one week.

Have a great day!

Big hugs,

Nicole💗

Gluten Free Cornbread Dressing

One of my favorites, Cornbread Dressing. Oh it makes my heart so happy.

Personally, I prefer cornbread dressing over stuffing. My grandmother who was an amazing cook, use to make oyster dressing for Thanksgiving and Christmas. It was so gross, like a nasty moist glob in a bowl🤢 She always thought I loved it…..like she thought I loved the prune juice she use to make me drink every day🤢 She’d say “Tori, did you have a BM today?” LOL🤣🙈 Sweet memories.

Moving on…now that I gave you a laugh. If I don’t make my homemade GF cornbread I use Krusteaz Gluten Free Honey Cornbread Mix. It’s so easy and delicious.

I use this cream of chicken. Walmart now carries their own GF cream of chicken which is ok I just prefer this one.

Preheat oven 425 degrees.

2 Boxes Krusteaz Gluten Free Honey Cornbread Mix.

– Cook cornbread to directions on box and then crumble

2 Pacific Cream of Chicken

1/2 Large onion chopped (Or more of you desire)

Optional Add- Celery ( 1 cup chopped)

4-5 Boiled Eggs diced

6 Boneless Skinless Chicken Thighs chopped bite size

-Boil chicken and save chicken stock.

Garlic Salt and Pepper to taste. Sage optional.

Add in chicken stock as needed to add in a little moisture.

***I usually put a little bit of chicken stock on the top of the dressing before I put in over.

Mixed all your ingredients together.

Spray pan(s)

Bake for 15 minutes on 425, then LOWER to 375 for 35-40 minutes depending on your oven.

Check to make sure the middle is done, if not, cook a few more minutes and then enjoy! 😋

Serve with Cranberry sauce.

Hope you enjoy our Cornbread Dressing.

Happy Thanksgiving y’all!

Big hugs,

Nicole💗

Cloud Bread Breakfast Sandwich

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Tried my hand at Cloud bread, a little thinner than I wanted but man does it taste delish. Low carb and gluten free. No guilt sandwich or biscuit alternative.

Ingredients:

3 egg whites

3 Tablespoons cream cheese

1/4 teaspoon cream of tarter (OR baking powder)

1 Tablespoon Walden Farms pancake syrup (or honey)

Optional: sea salt or garlic

Directions:

Preheat oven 300 degrees

Separate the eggs, no yolk in the egg whites.

Add cream cheese to yolks and mix until smooth.

In the other bowl add cream of tartar to egg whites, and beat on high until fluffy and peaks form.

Add the yolk mixture to the white mixture and fold to combine. Add Walden Farms syrup or honey.

Spray cookie sheet with Pam and spoon the mixture into rounds.

Bake for about 30 minutes or until golden brown.