I did not make it outside yesterday, it was computer work, writing the instructions for two new patterns. It does take a long time. And working out some of the details for my booth at market and what I will do at my school house presentation. It is going to be great. I will share details later.
What’s for dinner Ma?
I always have the best intentions for streamlining my day. It always goes astray because my list is always longer than my day. Today I finally bit the bullet and decided to sign up for Meal Time Makeover. (see link on sidebar)
For $1.25 a week they provide a menu and grocery list. I keep telling myself that I will just do this myself, go through my recipes, make a list, have a plan, but then I look in the refrigerator and realize that I have not made a plan and I have to scrounge together something to eat. And hubby has nothing to pack in his lunch the next day and usually ends up eating out.
I did a their test menu a few months ago and I loved it, I went into the store and picket up the ingredients on the list. I was in and out of the store in record time (usually I wander the isles trying to figure out what to make) AND when they rang up the total is was a lot less money AND we had some nice meals to eat instead of buying a bunch of groceries and having “nothing to eat”.
Go to their site and check it out – I decided on the Low Carb menu – I liked it better than the Gluten Free menu. I can’t eat a lot of gluten free products because they use a lot of corn and rice – which I can’t eat. Bummer.
But I am excited to try this plan, I will let you know how it goes. Not to mention I think hubby can do this all by himself while I am out of town.
And now for a Gluten Free Pizza Recipe
I eat strange things. Unless of course you eat like me and then this is not strange at all.
I was hungry for pizza. This pizza is not like your usual pizza but it was sooo good!
I made the batter.
1/2 Cup Almond Flour, 2 eggs, 1/2 Cup freshly grated parmesan cheese, 1 teaspoon olive oil, 1/4 teaspoon oregano, basil, garlic, salt. This will make two crusts.
Batter should be like thick pancake batter. Pour onto parchment paper. Bake 350 for 10 minutes. I use my little toaster oven so adjust your time as needed if using a larger oven.
Bake and then flip over and bake again for another 10 minutes otherwise it is too soft and won’t hold up to the rest of the ingredients. If you add more cheese or a different kind of cheese you can make this more crispy, sort of like a cracker.
This is after I baked the first side. Sorry for the scary pictures, the color was off on the camera. I’m still learning.
I was short on pizza ingredients so I sautéed an onion and put that on. Then chopped up some leftover rotisserie chicken. I’m getting hungry again looking at this.
Topped it with some more parmesan cheese and broiled the top. You could use a different cheese, this was all I had.
Then added some small tomatoes and boy was it good!