It’s non-negotiable as to whether or not I have Coconut milk in the house.
You will heal. I will help.
I have re-invented the Midwest Cheesy Tuna Casserole successfully.
What I want this morning is a gigantic bowl of bone broth and a couple Baked Breakfast Turkey Patties.
I’m heading to my commercial kitchen this morning, and this breakfast is the perfect one for the pre-car ride or to take with me (since everyone always wants to know about simple breakfasts-on-the-run).
You won’t need many things. In fact, you only need 5 main ingredients: an organic, free range egg, 1 pound ground Kosher turkey, 1 whole zucchini, fresh rosemary and fresh thyme.
Oh, and a mini brownie pan, too. I mean, I guess you could use whatever you wanted, but this is how they formed into perfectly sized “patties” for me.
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Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Brush the mini brownie pan with Avocado Oil spray (or oil of your choice).
Peel and de-seed the zucchini and cut into a few pieces lengthwise.
Shred the zucchini in a food processor.
Note: Why zucchini? Well did you know that mashed zucchini can take the place of eggs in many recipes? I’ve never found it to be super effective, but I like to do it in recipes like this where I have a little egg (i.e. one) – and where adding zucchini would be an added recipe benefit.
Once the zucchini has been shredded, place all your ingredients in a bowl and mix together by hand.
Form the meat into “brownie patties,” and place the pan in the oven to bake for about 42 minutes.
Remove from the oven and enjoy immediately or save for later…..like me, today, on the run to my commercial kitchen to go a nut butter’ing!
Let’s chat about gelatin for gut healing and a Pomegranate Homemade JELLO Jiggler Recipe today.
Here is something common I hear/question I get asked all the time from people who make my bone broth,
Ew. I put my bone broth in the fridge and when I went to take it out, there was all this gel-like stuff on top. I shouldn’t drink that, right?
Our friends from Chicago stayed with us last week, so of course, I was in the kitchen a lot making bellies happy. Their favorite thing I made included my Basil and Arugula Lemon Pesto.
As a matter of fact, I’ve been in the kitchen whipping up so many things lately, since my November-December Holiday Program starts Monday and I have secret, special recipes to share with those who join….(Mini Pumpkin-Chai Muffins, Bison-Bacon Meatballs, Pumpkin Pie Filling and more!)
I realized after our friends went home on Friday that….
Cooking and baking all week for friends also reminded me how feeding bellies is a lot like my blog: they act as the vehicle to tell a story.
The best conversations are had over food and drinks (and I’m not just talking wine – but that never hurts).
I could sit for hours, noshing on good food and talking with great friends.
It never gets old.
Which is similar to my blog….a vehicle to tell stories.
Stories about eating.
Stories about playing.
And (mostly) stories about loving.
I have so many of them. Years of stories built up. Years of stories about to blossom.
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p.s. To make this recipe low-FODMAP, all you have to do is replace the olive oil and whole garlic cloves with 1/2 cup of Nutiva Liquid Coconut Oil with Garlic. It’s a simple swap that could make all the difference for your bloat status.