This is probably one of my favorite salad out of any that I’ve ever made. You can double the dressing recipe and keep it in the fridge for a week. I use it all week long for other salads or just dip fresh veggies in it.
This is one of my older recipes, but still so good! I’m not the least bit a morning person, so I browned the sausage the night before to reduce my cooking time a bit. Now I just make up a dozen of the breakfast burritos from Meals Made Simple and keep them in the freezer!
These are strong and hold up to a messy burger for those times when you don't want a lettuce wrap. They are still a little dense and not as fluffy as a standard gluten bun, but I’m pretty positive that there’s no way to achieve that with grain-free flours and without the use of yeast! For another, more simple bun, check out the sandwich rolls from Meals Made Simple!
In case you're not familiar with my health journey and wonder why exactly I eat this way and am so passionate about telling my story and helping others, here you go! If you know someone who is struggling to make the mental commitment to trying dietary changes, (because it took me almost 2 years to fully commit!) please let them read this. It may be the push they need.
Get creative with your ingredients here. You can really add or subtract whatever you’d like. This is more of an idea than a recipe! For those following the SCD, skip the chips and make my cheese ‘chips’ as the base for nachos!
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