All posts tagged: Breakfast Foods

Gluten Free Biscuits

You might remember me telling you about my wife being gluten-free due to post-transplant wackiness. As we continue to explore the gluten-free world I intend on sharing some of our favorite recipes along the way. When you can find substitutions for southern classics that are still delicious, it’s a plus in my book. I don’t desire to live without biscuits and nor should anyone because of celiac disease or a lifestyle change. Biscuits are a southern dinner table staple that I don’t believe will go away anytime soon and why would you want them to? The crispy, flaky skin encasing that fluffy pillowy center can do all but solve world hunger. But then, again, it might be worth a try so bake away friends. Lets show the world what they’ve been missing. I recollect biscuits being a regular fixture at our dinner table as kids growing up and they all differed depending upon whose house you visited. At my grandmothers you would be greeted by the lard and butter combo biscuits that just barely met …

Big Train Chai Spiced Banana Bread

One of my favorite addictions is Big Train Chai. If you’re a chai tea fan then I’d pray you know who they are. Big Train makes one of the best blends of the drink spice that I have found. So when I had a bag of bananas on the verge of extinction, it all just came together. I love a good quick bread. There’s no waiting for anything to rise, or biting your nails over why it didn’t proof. Just smash, mix and stir. It doesn’t get much better than that. Banana bread is great for breakfast, you can cut slices and batter it in a little bit of egg, milk and cinnamon. Sear it in your skillet for french toast. It’s an awesome grab and go item if you’re busy and I’ve even seen it as a dessert sandwich with Nutella and marshmallow fluff! Yum! Chai-Spiced Banana Bread Recipe  Ingredients 3 or 4 ripe bananas, smashed 1/3 cup melted butter 3/4 cup white granulated sugar (can easily reduce to 1/2 cup) 1/2 cup brown sugar 1 egg, …