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Whole30 Weekendcoffeeshare Edition Day 13

Whole30 Weekendcoffeeshare Edition

If we were having coffee, I would invite you in for cup of your favorite hot or cold beverage. Sorry, no snacks or pastries today. My lovely wife Teri and I are eating on the Whole30 plan. This means no dairy, no wheats or grains, no legumes, no sugar and nothing artificial. That doesn’t leave too many options. The purpose of the diet is to let your body get back to its real normal and find what things we have eaten that we may give us an allergic reaction. It is a very good thing that Whole30 allows coffee!

I hope everyone is doing well. I’ve been away from blogging and the #Weekendcoffeeshare for a while. But now I’m back with the Whole30 #Weekendcoffeeshare edition.

Don’t mind me running around the kitchen. It is Saturday evening and we are finishing up a round of cooking for the next week. Normally we do this on Sunday, but we are going to Six Flags tomorrow. We are planning to eat before we head out the door. Part of the preparation is we packed Whole30 compliant Snacks for the trip. Film at 11….

Recipes for Next week Whole30 Weekendcoffeeshare Edition

Here are some Whole30 recipes that we like. Maybe you can give them a try? The first one is Coconut milk sage chicken.

Coconut Milk Sage Chicken

  • 3/4 c. of Coconut Milk (check the ingredients, NO sugar or preservatives)
  • Fresh Sage
  • 1 Tbsp Coconut oil
  • 1 Leek chopped thinly
  • 3/4 c. Chicken broth
  • 1 Tbsp + 1 tsp of Arrowroot combined with 2 Tbsp of water
  • 1/2 pound of small white mushrooms

Heat the coconut oil in a skillet and sear the chicken approx 4 min each side. When you flip the chicken add the leek. Combine Coconut milk, chicken broth and fresh sage. Pour the liquid over the chicken and add mushrooms. Lower the heat and simmer for 10-12 minutes.

Then mix the arrowroot and water to make a roux. Remove from heat and whisk the arrowroot roux into the pan. Stir until it begins to thicken.

There are several changes you can make. My wife does not eat mushrooms, so those are gone. I didn’t have a leek so I used an onion.


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