I decided to combine my raw cashews along with some roasted, salted peanuts for a depth of flavor you wouldn’t get with cashew or peanut butter alone.
In addition, I added some raw honey for a touch of sweetness and a small bit of macadamia oil to help make it creamy and unique.
Gluten-Free Chicken Cordon Bleu is a relatively easy dinner to get on the family dinner table. The only small trick you’ll need to learn (If you don’t already know how) is how to butterfly the chicken breast so the sauce and filling can be added. But, don’t fret. I’ll walk you through that step with my easy to follow photo tutorial! You got this!!
I find that a mix of dark and white meat chicken makes the best-tasting chicken salad. Store-bought rotisserie chicken is what I prefer when making a homemade chicken salad recipe.
When using onions in a non-cooked salad, I enjoy a red onion and think it is the sweetest. You can adjust the amount of red onion in the recipe depending on your taste. Chopped shallots may be used in place of the red onion for a slightly milder onion flavor.
This gluten-free, sugar-free, and keto Golden Almond Cake with Fresh Blueberry Orange Compote recipe won a full two thumbs up from my husband. He said it tasted like “real cake.” Now there’s a compliment for you! LOL!
Creamed Cabbage with Bacon and Caraway has only 5 ingredients and got two giant thumbs-up from my entire family of men. I took my inspiration for my dish of Creamed …
If you were challenged to come up with a recipe that featured the three main ingredients of spinach, chickpeas and pepper (any sort) what do you think you would come …