I don’t remember when and how I discovered California Country Gal grain free, lectin-free baking mixes. But I know I’ve used them so many times in so many shapes and forms, that I started experimenting with making my own recipes. Lectin-free bagels is one of them, even though is not really a new recipe, just a new way of using the mix and their recipes.
A staple for meal prep, this salad is easy to make and store in the fridge for few days. Can make an excellent base for other dishes or just have it by itself. I like to add avocado, but if it’s made for meal prep I prefer to add the avocado to the dish just before I eat it, otherwise it won’t store well.
Ok, this is not really a recipe, because for once I followed exactly someone else’s recipe. A couple of weeks ago I ordered for the first time the grain free flour mix from California Country Gal and I am not disappointed a bit. I had to wait a long time because first time I ordered I forgot to give my apartment number so it returned and was sent back again. The main reason of ordering this mix was to test a new bread, because a lot of you and the people following on Instagram mentioned their kids and families still love bread and we need a good one for the transition to a lectin free (or at least grain free) diet. But you know, cinnamon rolls sound much more exciting, because priorities. Now really, my husband was joking last night that I should wake up at 5 am and have warm cinnamon rolls ready when he wakes up, and I took it seriously. He loved them.