Title sounds pretty good huh?
AND it all tasted really good too! We are currently loving Eat Like a Dinosaur: Recipe and Guidebook for Gluten-free Kids(ELaD) by the Paleo Parents. After reading Angie’s review of making the chicken nuggets I was inspired to make some of my own and try a few of the other recipes too.
The chicken nuggets were easy to make and I seemed to make a ton which was fine as I boxed them up, refrigerated them and ate them cold as leftovers and they were scrummy. I found that the less coating I put on them the crispier I could get them. As Angie said in her post, it was so good to bite into the nugget and get real succulent chicken breast – Yum YUM Yum! The combo of the “breaded” coating and the chicken worked a treat. OOooo my mouth is watering just thinking about them
I’ve made sweet potato fries a few times but never with cinnamon as in this recipe. Very easy to prepare and wow they tasted YUMMY! We like our sweet potato fries on the crispy side so we super bake them hence the touches of burnt you can see, but you know what?… you can’t beat a crispy sweet potato fry!
The slaw was wonderful! Even better as leftovers a few days later. Cavekids turned their noses up at it which was fine as there was more for hubby and I I am wondering if I left out the cumin whether it would be more palatable for picky tastebuds. Problem with my kids is if they try it once and don’t like it, I’m hard pushed to get them to try it again.
So… big hit with the grownups and the cavekids LOVED the fries. My teenage son really liked the nuggets too. Littlest cavekid wasn’t overjoyed with the nuggets but she did clean her plate
Would I make the dishes again?
(that’s a big yes)