Last night was the first night in a long time that I cooked dinner for my family. I love to cook and I normally cook quite often, but Michael had been out of town for a bit and then my Mother-in-Law had a heart attack (more about that in another post) and as a result we have been back and forth to Little Rock (to visit the hospital) and Michael has been staying at the hospital a lot too.
Michael was home last night and I wanted to cook, but I had forgotten to set anything out to defrost. I was left to ponder what I could fix for dinner fairly easily and with what I had on hand and ready to cook.
I decided on Breakfast for dinner – a fairly regular meal at our house. I thought about what I would include and decided on gluten-free biscuits, scrambled eggs, and sausage links. Now generally Michael prefers bacon or at least sausage patties, but all I had was sausage links, so he was just going to have to make do with them.
Genevieve saw me in the kitchen and wanted to help. She climbed up in her learning tower (we found this at a Rhea Lana’s sale for so cheap!), and asked to help me. She first pointed to the sausages and told me that she wanted to eat the “hot dog,” which was so cute! I told her that they were sausages and she then told me that she wanted to eat the sausages, but I told her they had to cook first (much to her disappointment). She then helped me cute the biscuits. When I started breaking the eggs to scramble them, she asked if she could crack the eggs. I wouldn’t let her crack the eggs because I didnt want to fish all the shells out. She got so made at me that she ran out of the kitchen saying that she was going to go “tell daddy that you are doing it wrong!”
When dinner was finished cooking, we all sat down to the table to eat. It was such a treat for us all to eat dinner together, since it had been so long.
I ate my biscuits with honey…yum!
Want to know how to make these amazing gluten-free biscuits? I use this recipe from Maebell’s blog. It is the best gluten-free biscuit recipe I have found. I generally tweak it by adding 1/2 teaspoon of xanthan gum, cooking in a glass 9×13 casserole dish coated with melted butter, and I cook them a bit longer – 15 to 20 minutes (finishing with the broil setting to get a golden color on top).