I know, you see the title of the recipe “Paleo Garlic Cheese Biscuits” and wonder how is cheese Paleo? Well, it is. And these biscuits do not have cheese, rather nutritional yeast which carries the taste of cheese. Nutritional yeast is very high in vitamin B.
This recipe was created around a restaurants flaky cheddar biscuits served at every table. Those biscuits which taste amazing and give you a killer stomach ache an hour later because they are filled with gluten and dairy! If that sounds like you, try my biscuits…you will be happy with the taste and your gut will thank you too!
Paleo Garlic Cheese Biscuits
Makes 6 muffins
1/3 cup coconut flour (sifted)
1/4 cup coconut oil
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1/2 tsp Himalayan sea salt
1/2 tsp dried parsley
3 tsp nutritional yeast
Life is crazy! I just realized I’m behind on posting recipes. However, I will am still getting into the grind after spring break. I hope you follow along on Instagram because I’ve been posting pictures and providing recipes within the picture post. With that said, below is a great appetizer to serve or enjoy it as a lunch!!
Pear and Pancetta Crostini’s will have your guests screaming for more! The salt and sweet tastes from the pear and pancetta will have your taste buds content. However, then you add in the neutral taste from the yucca dough and top it with mint and balsamic vinegar…taste buds will go into firework mode. Have you had this experience?!? The experience when you want seconds, thirds, fourths and then you realize the dish is gone and you ate more than your fair share and littley Johnny was too slow and only had one serving and is now having a melt down because his mom told him he had to clean his plate before he could have seconds…only to find out there are no more seconds present of his favorite dish because you ate them (#ithashappened).
If you are unfamiliar with yucca dough, please go visit read my quick way here. I use this dough for several dish creations with endless options. I love having a dough made of a root vegetable.
It’s a tad bit chilly outside, so I’ve been on a soup kick. Trying to warm my body from the inside out. This said, I love the combination this soup has when all the chorizo spices and thyme blend together. I want to say one thing on chorizo, make sure you do not get a brand with monosodium glutamate (msg). Many brands you find in the grocery stores have it. Part of eating Paleo is knowing where your food comes from and the ingredients within it. This said, we buy all our meat locally from farmers. Our pork farmer sells their chorizo as part of an option when purchasing a pig or in single packs at our farmers market. Check out your options and support your local farmers because they are a wealth of knowledge (rant over).
Well it seems winter is here is Michigan now. The snow is falling from the sky and the Weather Channel has issued an advisory, only to end it early. I’ve come to realize if snow is going to fall from the sky, we will get some sort of advisory. Seems a few snow flakes can’t fall without an advisory being issued. Not really sure what the purpose is for an advisory if they are going to be issuing them constantly, kinda like the little boy who cried wolf.
With cold weather brings a desire to eat comforting food. I loved oatmeal growing up as a kid. My dad use to make it on Saturday’s and fill it with green apples, raisins and sugar. This recipe is very versatile and can be used as a base to lots of great toppings! As I have grown up, I come to love adding dark cherries to mine. The options really are endless…
If you are looking for a very moist chicken recipe, look no further. My Lime LaCroix Butt Chicken is off da chain! Yes, I went a little slang because we get excited in our house for this recipe! The mixture of spices, flour and ghee makes the chicken taste like a deep fried chicken. The husband and I fight over the skin because it’s crunchy and filled with amazing flavor. I love this recipe for a few reasons, first it’s super easy and the left-overs can be turned into lots of different dishes from soup to chicken salad. I would recommend sticking to the lime or lemon LaCroix because it does give moisture and flavor to the chicken from the inside out.
Now, I’m a proud mamma with this video. I put lots of time into cooking/taping and editing it. This said, I know it is not perfect. But, I’m learning the process to bring you better ones! Sticking to our basic favorite recipes because if they are our basic recipes, they are easy to make both in the kitchen and on the computer!!