Thursday, January 25, 2018

Almond flour cheese biscuits


I made these cheese biscuits with almond flour, butter, garlic, cheddar, mozzarella. Almond flour and coconut flour are my new go-tos because they're lower in carbs. We're trying to ditch white flour and sugar altogether in this house. Well, except for what's lurking in the ingredients of packaged foods. We're cutting back on those too, in a bid to eat food that remembers where it came from. Not a bad deal since those cheese biscuits qualify. They were good, too. Here's the recipe.

I'm almost through with hell month, and I'm going to make all my deadlines. Two of the three projects have already been completed and turned in, and the last is due this coming Monday. I'm almost out of the tunnel. And then, oh the irony, I will be beating the bushes for more work. That's life when you're a freelancer. I hope I won't be too anxious about when and from where the next job will arise to enjoy the break.




14 comments:

  1. The biscuits look and sound delicious. Can you share the recipe?
    I’m in a tunnel too until the end of February. Not fun!
    Your faithful reader,
    Laura

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  2. When I was freelancing and completed projects, if I did not have another, I would wait for the check to clear and pay down any bills I could. My "reward" was almost always a trip to the park or the library, so I could get away from the desk for a bit. Those biscuits look divine. Almond flour is a great alternative for baking.

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  3. Those biscuits look delicious. I used to work as a casual nurse for years and it's the same feeling. Take all the work you can get because you don't know when it will dry up. There's always work though:)

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  4. I've never used almond flour but those biscuits definitely make me want to!
    Yes. There will be work. But it's probably impossible not to worry about it when it's not secured and signed on.
    By the way- I love you to pieces.

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  5. I would like the recipe too, please!

    I’m glad you are almost all caught up. :-)

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  6. Those biscuits look delicious! You almost make me want to start baking again...almost. I've never baked with almond flour. Very inspiring!

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  7. I would love the recipe for those delicious looking biscuits! On the heels of a couple of medical diagnoses I am low carbing and reshaping our sustenance program around here. When the Rastaman and I were back on the island eating fresh fish and ground provisions we both looked and felt much better. Mind you were much younger as well! These biscuits would go great with a creamy blended cauliflower soup I've been making with sautéed onion, cauliflower, veggie broth, black pepper, all blended and served hot with a touch of cream and a scraping of nutmeg. Feels hearty but there's nothing much to it.

    -invisigal

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  8. I want about five of those biscuits!!!

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  9. I get busy and now see I've missed a couple of post's. Fun to go back and read all at once. And now this...yum. I use almond flour a lot, but must admit that I didn't realize how much protein it had. Yes, recipe must follow.
    You're good at what you do, the work is just waiting for you.

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  10. Hang tough , oh ,and can I have the recipe too please ?

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  11. I’d love the recipe as well! The look lucious. Almond flour does have carbs though not as much. It has s lot of fat however. Coconut flour very good

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  12. I too want the recipe. I want to try almond flour. I am so hungry and these look so very good! I have been a conduktant for over 30 years and the fear of where the next project would come from never went away. It always seemed to work out. You are tremendous at what you do and I feel it in my bones - you will be ok. Joanne

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  13. Those biscuits sound tasty and healthy; I am avoiding / cutting back on sugar and most carbs like white flour, white rice, etc. Almond flour sounds like a good alternative. I think you will always find freelance work.

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  14. Hi everyone, thanks for you comments here. I went back and added the recipe. There are lots of low carb recipes online for cheddar biscuits made with coconut flour too, which some of you here prefer. I'll have to try those as well. Love you guys.

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