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Getting Caught Up! 2/15-2/21/16

2/15/16
The cake I made came out (as The Lil Chef called it... weird) I just can't with sugar/sweets . I don't know what happened, it's it in the fridge but I'm going to throw it out.
2/16/16 Trying Chicken Steak-umms for the first time!

I have been having some issues so I was trying to cut back more... I really tried but I can not with this bread. I am not vibing with it. I SO wish another company would come out with a yeast free bread that does not cost $10+

I tried a different wrap this time. They were on sale at Heinen's... I like them!

The texture of the chicken was a little different than I expected so it didn't quite come out as planned, it was good.

Attempt #2  2/18/16
OK!... I tried again with the chicken steak-umm and I got it!!! This was excellent!!!!! looks the same but the taste was different!

Mommy/Baby Cheerios!

2/19/16
By now we should all know I love my homemade coffee ice cream/shakes. Here's the problem even with lactose free ice cream I can not have …

Loaded Chicken Taco Salad

YIELD:serves 2 to 4
PREP TIME: 10 minutes
COOK TIME: 5 minutes
TOTAL TIME: 15 minutes INGREDIENTS:2 tablespoons olive oil 1 1/4 pounds boneless skinless chicken breasts/chicken tenders, cut into bite-sized piecesone 1.25-ounce packet taco seasoning(Click on Taco Seasoning to make your own), divided (I use reduced sodium, medium heat)

Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Fried Onion Rings

Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Fried Onion Rings SERVES 4



Do you miss fried onion rings? Made with a gluten-free beer batter, these rings are crispy outside and tender inside, just like you remember. Indulge! 1 cup gluten-free flour blend of choice* (without     xanthan gum), more for sprinkling 1 teaspoon salt (Kosher Salt)
1 teaspoon pepper  1 cup gluten-free beer (club soda/seltzer water)
1 medium onion Oil of choice, for frying (Sunflower oil) 1. Place 1 cup flour blend and salt and pepper in a bowl and combine. Stir in 1 cup beer until ingredients are well blended. If batter is too thin, add an additional tablespoon flour. If too thick, add an additional tablespoon beer. 2. Peel onion and cut off the ends. Slice onion into ¼-inch to ½-inch thick slices. Break apart the rings and sprinkle them with flour blend.  3. Pour oil into a frying pan, just deep enough to cover rings. Heat oil to medium-high until a drop of beer batter sizzles when placed in pan.   4. Dip floured onion rings into beer b…

Blueberry Muffins with a twist!

Yes, I've made Blueberry Muffins before and I've posted it but... I made the Bob's Red Mill Blueberry Muffins again but this time with a twist.

I didn't have any Bob's Red Mill so I used Pillsbury GF Flour for the first time (I was nervous).  I didn't have any Almond milk so I subbed Coconut Eggnog from SoDelicious. (yea, I still have it left over from Xmas & no it hasn't gone bad...Yay nondairy)
The batter was really gluey, globby, & weird.

To my surprise these turned out GREAT!!!!!!! & normal 



http://cookinwithmommy.blogspot.com/2015/09/bobs-red-mill-scrumptious-blueberry.html

Homemade Crispy Seasoned French Fries Result!

OK....SOOOOOOOO THESE TURNED OUT AMAZEBALLS!!!!!! I made these a little while ago and I totally got hooked on them seriously!!! These are amazingly easy to make! And it's quick!!!

Cut up the potatoes

Sorry we didn't take a pic of the batter, put the potatoes in the batter stir them around until they're coated. I had the oli extremely hot, put the fries in one at time (they're going to stick but one at a time helps). 

This was Day 1! Dinner (The Lil Chef's plate)

Day 2 & 3 for Lunch! I had to stop from myself from making anymore!!! I definitely recommend this recip! The original post is at the bottom of the page. 

http://cookinwithmommy.blogspot.com/2016/01/homemade-crispy-seasoned-french-fries.html

Ribs for Apartment Dwellers!

The Lil Chef enjoyed the ribs I made the other day sooo much she wants them again....and again! She wants western ribs, I do not so we're going to compromise. We're going to try some "regular" ribs this month and western next month for her 13th Birthday!  Perfect Pork Ribs: How to cook ribs in the oven Prep time:  5 mins Cook time:  4 hours 30 mins Total time:  4 hours 35 mins Want fork-tender, fall off the bone ribs but you're unable to grill? Let me show you how to cook ribs in the oven the easy way! Ingredients 4 lbs pork ribs4 tbl of your favorite dry rub (All GF)5 oz apple juice or stockBBQ sauce to taste (This is the best store bought sauce that I have found so far) Instructions Remove ribs from refrigerator at least 30 - 60 minutes before you are ready to cook.Preheat the oven to 225F.Flip the ribs so that they are laying meat side down on a cutting board.Use a sharp knife and slide it under the white membrane on the back of the ribs so that the knife is bet…

Quick Catch Up! 1st Time For Everything 2/14/16

There's nothing better than a homemade coffee frappe!!! 2/14/16
This is the second time I've made the copycat Frappuccino recipe, this time I switched it up. I only had pumpkin spice coffee this time so that's what I used. I also decided to use some of the SoDelicious Pumpkin Spice Drink I had left over from the holidays. It's not gone bad, it's nondairy. I, as you see mixed french vanilla, Samoa cookie, & pumpkin spice together. It turned out great!!! The original post is below.
                                                                       2/13/16
http://cookinwithmommy.blogspot.com/2016/01/copycat-frappuccino-recipe-and-result.html 2/14/16
Another 1st! I had a sandwich that was yeast free, gluten free, dairy free. I have to make some changes, the changes I previously made to get to this point are no longer working :'(  Baby-Steps! The pretty princess (The Lil Chef) had a gluten/lactose free sandwich
& I'm slightly jealous! lol

When The Lil Chef h…

Valentine's Weekend Breakfast Mommy/Baby Style 2/13/16

Mommy/Baby Style! So for Valentine's Day I attempted to make us Heart shaped GF pancakes. The pancakes turned out great (The Lil Chef ate 5 pancakes! & said they were so good she didn't need syrup. Ok I had 4 myself) I can't duplicate what I did because I mixed the end of 2 pancake mixes together. I'll just have to create something else brilliant at another time! :D 
Crazy Hearts!

The Perfect Pancakes as The Lil Chef called them.

BACON...Everyone's Favorite!

My plate, I created my own Strawberry Syrup!

Such a big piece of bacon! MMMM!