When we were on our SPYR road trip, we stayed a few days in Missoula, Montana visiting my sister Amanda and that’s where I prepared this Sage Paleo Quick Bread.
My sister had recently purchased a bag of Mama’s Almond Blend, a gluten-free flour made by Gluten Free Mama. And she had not yet figured out what to do with it.
I typically don’t buy pre-made mixes so this was my chance to play in the kitchen with something I wouldn’t normally have access to. :)
That was all she needed to tell me before I popped open that bag and started whipping up these Paleo biscuits for dinner one night.
Getting Amped Through Art
While traveling we had been eating out more than normal so when we got to my sisters house and I had access to a kitchen again, you’d think I would have been more excited.
Problem is when you’re eating out more than normal, you (or maybe just I) get lazy about running to the kitchen to prepare my next meal.
Needless to say I wasn’t all that excited to jump in and cook with my sister (even though I had been prior to leaving on our trip)
With my lack of motivation for cooking, my sister had the great idea to pull out her art supplies and we had an art night on the patio. The act of changing what I was doing put me in a better frame of mind for jumping back into the kitchen.
After painting a larger piece, I created another painting on mini canvas and then I was more motivated to head to the kitchen.
I prepared Paleo Baked Eggs in Tomatoes and while that was in the oven, I prepped this Paleo Quick Bread with fresh sage that Amanda had dried from her garden last year.
Amanda and her boyfriend Jake loved the biscuits so much she has already made them a couple more times since we left Missoula. And I can’t explain to you how happy that makes me!
Alternatives To Special Ingredients
If you prepare this quick bread and don’t have access to the specialty flour I used, don’t fret because I have an alternative with this Paleo Biscuit recipe right here! :)