Hi! Besides not feeling well lately, I’ve also had to deal with some family issues. (Don’t worry, all is or at least will be fine.) Just know that it’s nearly killing me to have ignored my blog for so long. So I had a few minutes today and wanted to get a post up for you. I sure do appreciate all my readers and hope you’re still around waiting patiently for me to post something.
You may have noticed I’ve been trying a lot of Paleo (grain free, dairy free, refined sugar free) recipes lately and posting some of them. Here’s another. I hadn’t realized I never blogged it, but it’s good and SO easy to make, so I wanted to share it with you. I take no credit for it and didn’t even change anything in the recipe that Elana from Elana's Pantry came up with. Love this lady and her blog. We could be twins. (Ha!) We do have a few things in common. She has MS. I have MS. She has all boys (2) and I have all boys (4). She’s got a great blog. I’ve got a blog. ;) But really, she is an inspiration to me and I have found many recipes on her blog that I enjoy. She is a cookbook author and blogs great gluten free and Paleo recipes.
I first made this “breakfast bread” back in July and it was great. I can be an easy thing to grab for breakfast as you and/or your kids are running out the door, but it also makes a great little snack when you just need something. It is full of protein with almond butter and eggs and has just a few other ingredients, like honey, salt, baking soda and the star of the show—cinnamon. This is packed with cinnamon. You can add less if you’d like, but it’s pretty tasty. Oh, it has a touch of Stevia drops, too. Get some and keep it for recipes like the ones Elana shares and that I link. It’s a great all natural sweetener and just a little dab will do ya.
Check out Elana's recipe for Paleo Breakfast Bread. Better yet, make it. I’m going to again right now.
It bakes in 12 minutes in an 8x8 square pan. So easy.
Just takes a couple minutes to mix up the ingredients in a bowl and stir them with a spoon. Bake and done. It can even be enjoyed warm. Yep, see, ya gotta go make some right now.