Biscuits. They were a holiday staple in my household and in some households, even a weekday dinner might not even feel complete without some kind of bread on the side. It’s the kind of food I didn’t even realize I liked until I couldn’t eat it anymore, sitting at restaurants with a small plate of bread for the table or at a holiday dinner with my family and the air thick with the smell of fresh-baked bread. And then I tried the Paleo Biscuits from Simone Miller’s Zenbelly Cookbook. Now, every time I make biscuits, I try something different. The addition of roasted garlic or a bit of butter. The inclusion of Mediterranean herbs and then a dip in olive oil on its way to your mouth. These Rosemary-Bacon Biscuits have been the most successful and satisfying of my experiments. I often find myself making them when I have some leftover bacon and eggs to get rid of, instead of making omelettes. Omelettes are boring. Rosemary-Bacon Biscuits are fun. At least, that’s what my husband says. He cannot get enough of these!
More baked goods like Rosemary-Bacon Biscuits:
- Cinnamon Apple Bread
- Cinnamon Chocolate Swirl Banana Bread from The Paleo Kitchen
- Paleo Lemon Poundcake
- Pumpkin Spice Crackers
- Simple Banana Pancakes
- Gingerbread Blondies from Paleo Planet
Don’t feel like cooking?
That’s okay! Everyone needs a break sometimes, even those of us that love to cook. When I need a break, I always turn to Paleo on the Go. With tons of nutritious, delicious, pre-packaged Paleo and autoimmune protocol dishes (including desserts!), Paleo on the Go’s ready-to-go, frozen courses are perfect for those days you just don’t want to be in the kitchen. One of their recent additions includes AIP-friendly poptarts. You heard that right. They’re an amazing breakfast treat for kids of all ages–the apple flavor is my personal favorite, especially with a bit of maple syrup on top!