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All-Purpose Breader

This has been a lifesaver for those of us who crave fried foods even though I tried to make them sparingly since we started our healthy eating journey. Mr. Awesome has had a craving for fried chicken so when he saw that I had set out some chicken to thaw he bugged me until I gave in.

If you fry them in refined coconut oil or palm shortening they can be a bit better for you though and this all-purpose breader seems to be a winner with even the pickiest eaters here… they devoured almost all of the fried chicken before I could get a picture!

I think this would work well on pork chops, fish, and veggies too although you may need to adjust the seasonings to suit your taste. (I really can’t wait to try this out with my Fried Cauliflower recipe!) For fish and seafood, I may try it with some lemon pepper instead of the garlic salt but either one would probably be fine. It would probably also work great if you decided to bake instead of fry.

All-Purpose Breader

Ingredients:

Directions:

Mix it all together in a container (I like to use a pie plate).

We usually beat a couple of eggs to dip the meat/veggies into before dipping them into the breader. (You could also do this with egg whites only.)

Fry or bake as usual.

This coats 12 -14 pieces of chicken thighs and legs with a little bit left over.


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All-Purpose Baking Blend

As many of you know we are on a healthy eating journey and I have been scouring the web for alternatives to many of our favorite recipes. The hardest thing for me was finding a baking blend that we liked. Many of the blends were either too expensive or just didn’t have a texture that everyone seemed to like.

After a little bit of trial and error, we have found a blend that works well for us and we have been testing this out with some of the Trim Healthy Mama recipes that call for their baking blend. This recipe has worked well for us so far but if I find anything that needs to be tweaked I will update the recipe. You may want to try making a half a batch when to give it a try before making the big batch that we make here. I also found this great container to hold my big batch. (You can also find it and most of the ingredients below at some Walmarts or just add them to your grocery pickup order so you don’t have to search for them.) 😉

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All-Purpose Baking Blend

Ingredients:

Directions:

Combine all the ingredients together in a container with a tight-fitting lid (or a big mixing bowl) and shake or mix thoroughly.

We have been using this as a 1:1 ratio for recipes calling for the THM Baking Blend.

Note: You can also add 1/2 – 1 teaspoon Sunflower Lecithin for every 1 cup of flour used in your baked goods. Dissolve the powdered lecithin (or use the oil) in the liquid ingredients before mixing together.


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Gluten Free/Grain Free Recipes

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Hidden sources of gluten

How to Bake Grain-free with Coconut Flour

Best gluten-free pumpkin muffins recipe

Gluten Free Instant Pot Mac & Cheese Recipe

Gluten-Free Snacks

Grain-free Cauli Mac and Cheese

Grain-free Cranberry Christmas Cake

Grain free pumpkin or squash pancakes