I wanted to stop in a tell you about an important addition to my grain free kitchen….drum roll please……….
May sound small, but if you’re baking grain free treats without one you may have trouble with replicating those perfect creations over and over again.
It all started when I went back to make a recipe posted here on my very own blog out all places. It failed I couldn’t believe that the recipe failed.
I had made it more than twice before I even posted it.
When I realized the recipe posted wasn’t fail proof it put m in a sort of tizzy. Bent out of shape was not even close to how I was feeling.
Dialogue in my head included , “What the H Christina?!” followed by “you know you probably f$%*#% up someones breakfast?!”
I quickly retreated! I couldn’t look at a measuring cup let along my blog. I just felt awful.
After a few months of moping and groping and eating out and avoiding the grocery store. I got back to what I love the most. Cooking.
I started back cooking I started taking pictures again I started to just enjoy my time creating.
To cut a long story short I’m back in a good place. I won’t let the embarrassment, or shame of a bad recipe get me down.
When I first got married I couldn’t even fry a piece decent chicken and now I have family and friends requesting my fried chicken with each visit.
With time I’ll continue to grow, because it’s what I love to do! I love creating new recipes, I love making old recipes new and
I want to always provide the best ad mot accurate recipes so that I won’t be the reason for anyone wasting expensive ingredients.
Food is expensive…fresh food is even more expensive, and grain free flours/foods are the most expensive!
Also, I want to give my deepest apologies to anyone who may have tried this recipe unsuccessfully.
I have since updated the recipe, and recreated the recipe is weights rather than volume.
Grain free flours have various densities and flours (coconut i.e.) can take on a plethora of shapes which makes it difficult when measuring volume. Measuring is the surest way to calculate, and recalculate the ingredients for recipes. It’s the only way as far as I’m concerned.
Now lets gets to creating!