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Of all the breakfast foods I used to gorge on, I miss biscuits and gravy the most :D

This isn’t exactly how I remember it, but it hit the spot! I also didn’t have any sausage around so I used turkey bacon. It ended up being a really nice substitute. The biscuits weren’t the white, buttery, melt in your mouth that gluten laden flour used to afford, but they was still light, slightly fluffy, and very tasty!

Turkey Bacon Gravy for Biscuits

Ingredients:

3 cups of plain unsweetened almond milk
1 tablespoon sea salt
2 teaspoons pepper
1 teaspoon onion powder
2 tablespoons tapioca flour
1 tablespoon arrowroot powder
6 to 10 slices turkey bacon

Instructions:

Heat 2 1/2 cups of almond milk in medium saucepan on medium heat. Whisk occasionally and bring to boil. Add the seasonings (salt, pepper, onion powder) and whisk in well. Take the remaining almond milk (1/2 cup) and whisk in both the tapioca flour and arrowroot powder. Add them to the saucepan and continue the whisk mixture.

Chop up the turkey bacon and add it to the separate frying pan with oil. Cook to your own preference. Once they’re finished, add to gravy and continue to whisk. It should be well thickened at this point.

Pour over warm biscuits and gorge away! (I’m such a gluten free glutton… :D)

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This recipe is linked to Food on Fridays.

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3 Responses to Turkey Bacon Gravy (w/Biscuits)

  1. Mrs. Jen B says:

    Mmmmm I just love biscuits and gravy! Though I’ve never had bacon gravy before. It’s really cool that you’ve managed to make the recipe work for you!

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  3. Ann Kroeker says:

    I love biscuits and gravy, too, and like Mrs. Jen B, I’ve never tried it with bacon. What a creative idea–and even more creative to make it gluten & dairy free!

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