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Saturday, June 7, 2014

Three Ingredient Skillet Biscuits

These are so quick, so easy and so good! They don't require any dairy or gluten ingredients and are a perfect E addition to a meal. I eat this whole recipe, which makes four or five biscuits, as one serving, alongside an additional protein source and vegetable. These also make a good breakfast if you smother them with berry pudding. You might be more generous than me and choose to share, or scale up the recipe. Hope you enjoy it!

(Shown here in a supporting role as a foundation for strawberry shortcake. Lemon pudding serves as faux whipped cream.)

2 egg whites
1/3c quinoa flakes
salt to taste

Turn on the heat under seasoned a cast iron skillet and allow pan to get very hot. Do not oil pan; oil would smoke at this temperature. Meanwhile, using a fork, combine all ingredients. Plop into pan, cook a minute or two, then flip using a good metal spatula. Cook another minute or two and serve immediately. Bon appetit!


I do not use oil in this recipe because it would smoke in the very hot pan. However if you do not have a cast iron pan, run to local flea market as fast as you can-- I mean, use a stainless steel pan with a little oil.

Quinoa flakes can be purchased here, though they would probably be cheaper in the bulk section of your coop:

If you do not currently have access to quinoa flakes and need to substitute oats, use a blender to chop them up before using them in this recipe: Full disclosure: I haven't tried this because I can't eat oats. ;)

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