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Buttery Southern Biscuits
If you are not from the South, then you may not fully understand the significance of this recipe. Biscuits make or break breakfast. If you have a severe allergy sufferer in your household, then biscuits have probably been taken off your menu. This recipe has been tested, tweaked, and devoured, by my family. It holds the key to restoring your breakfasts back to their Southern glory, honey!
If your kid has severe allergies like my Superkiddo, or if you are looking for a delectable confection to add to your vegan diet, you will love this easy, allergy-friendly baking adventure!
To do, or not to do?
This mama is busy! My to do list can be bananas at times. There are days when, no matter how hard I try, I simply cannot keep up.
I have taken courses on productivity, switched planners and calendars, used sticky notes, joined accountability groups. You name it, and I have probably given it a whirl. The greatest thing that I decided to do was to put myself first. WHAT?
It is quite easy to become overwhelmed with everything, and forget what is most important.
I must take care of myself first!
It sounds selfish, doesn’t it?
Trust me when I say that it isn’t.
If I am not healthy, or rested, I cannot effectively take care of my family, and business.
So, what items are consistently on my to do list?
Eat well: I would rather pay for great, healthy food than spend money on co-pays and medicine.
Sleep well: Yes, I love my coffee, but without sleep, I do not function well.
Love well: I am intentional about spending time with my family, and making our moments count.
Plan well: I must admit that I struggle with this one, but when I plan out my day, stuff actually gets done.
Have you made any adjustments to your to do lists lately? Do you put yourself first, or place your needs on the back burner? I would like to double dog dare you to put yourself first. Try it, and just maybe you’ll see that things start to fall into place better.
Have a great day!
Back to School? Yes, already. YIKES!
There are so many back to school things that require our attention, and frankly, mornings are not the time to ask me to do any of them. Mornings? Ugh! I don’t really do mornings. In addition to thinking about healthy, allergy-safe lunches, we also have to consider choices for breakfasts. This is an allergy-safe, healthy, and tasty remedy for back to school mornings. If you are anything like the inhabitants of my household, planned meals will be one of your greatest time savers. Why? Because we love breakfast, but we don’t do mornings.
Back to School Morning Muffins
2 Cups of flour
1 Cup of sugar
1 Tablespoon of baking powder
1/2 Teaspoon of salt
1/2 Cup of applesauce
1/2 Cup of allergy safe milk (We use Silk vanilla)
1/4 Cup of softened allergy-safe butter
1 Teaspoon of vanilla
2 Cups of blueberries (I use fresh, but frozen can still work)
- Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
- Fill a muffin tin with paper liners.
- Combine the dry ingredients, and breakup any lumps.
- Add the wet ingredients, and mix.*
- Stir in the blueberries.
- Pour the batter into the muffin cups.
- Bake 30-35 minutes, or until the tops are golden brown.
*You may find that you need more, or less moisture, so I always add the milk, as the last wet ingredient, slowly, while stirring. The batter should be thick, not like concrete, but not runny.
You can store these in an air-tight container, and they’ll taste heavenly at room temperature, or reheated.