Home My Classroom Centers Freebies TeachersPayTeachers Pinterest Facebook Instagram BlogLovin Email Image Map

January 16, 2016

Savory Saturday

Happy Saturday all! I hoe this day is finding you well. I woke up to a rainy morning and was so excited! Because when it's rainy I don't feel guilty about relaxing lol. Not that I should feel guilty anyway. I started my morning with a cup of coffee and a new book.

This morning m recipe for you is breakfast! Most of my mornings are prepped ahead of time. But Saturday's give me the opportunity for take my time and cook something delicious. I am excited about today's post because it is whole 30 compliant. It is amazing what http://whole30.com/ has done for me. It made me appreciate my relationship with food so much more. It really made the idea of good food and eating right click. The biggest reason I strive to eat right is because of the impact it has on my body. Tendinitis pain in my wrist...gone. Sensitivity in my feet....no more! Overall better gut feeling?.....oh yes!

So now what did I make? Well I busted out my Whole 30 cookbook, turned to page 249 and made sausage patties from their bangers and mash recipe.
I have to admit. I don't really measure my spices. Whoops lol. But I like bold flavors, so it's okay. The quantities are small in this recipe 1/4 tsp of sage, garlic powder, thyme, and onion powder with 1/8 tsp cayenne pepper and nutmeg. Add a dash of salt and pepper and there you go! The recipe calls for lemon zest. I didn't have it so it didn't go in. But I am sure it would had a pop of freshness. Form into 6-8 patties and pop into the freezer while you finish your prep.

I chopped up some sweet potatoes and sautéed them in coconut oil with cinnamon. Added some eggs fried in coconut oil with red pepper and garlic powder and I have a filling dish!


No comments:

Post a Comment