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vmburnsLucy Burdette, who posted an Egg Roll in a Bowl recipe last year, inspired me to post this recipe. Lucy’s recipe uses ground turkey and is slightly different. This recipe was adapted from one that I found on WholeNewMom.com. The recipe was not just Keto-friendly but gluten-free as well. It could also be easily adapted for paleo and AIP. I do not claim that the recipe below is any of those things. Don’t judge. I’m all for taste and using ingredients that I have on hand.
This recipe was made during the holidays. You may wonder why I would make an egg roll recipe in a bowl during the holidays. When my nieces and nephews were small, my mother would call me and ask me to come to her house on Christmas Eve and wrap their gifts and place them under the tree. Every Christmas Eve, I would wrap presents. I would order Chinese food and then go home to watch all of the sappy Christmas movies. Miracle on 34th Street, The Grinch who Stole Christmas(original cartoon version) Scrooge. My nieces and nephews are now adults with children of their very own, and my mother is no longer around. But I still enjoy this tradition. I’ll reduce the red pepper flakes next time, but I still enjoyed this recipe. I hope you enjoy it too.
READERSWhen I made the recipe, I served over noodles instead. What is your favorite Chinese food? Rice or noodles? Let me know in the comments for a chance to win a copy of MURDER IS A PIECE OF CAKE the second book in the Baker Street Mystery Series (US Only). Please make sure to include your email in order to be considered for the giveaway.
With small-town New Bison’s Spring Festival just around the corner, the pressure is on Maddy to continue her late great-aunt Octavia’s legacy. That means scoring the top prize and transforming Baby Cakes into Southwest Michigan’s must-visit bakery, even though her inexperience in the kitchen brings nightmares of humiliating tagged photos and scathing reviews.
There’s another reason for lost beauty sleep. CJ Davenport owns the second bakery opening in town. He is a shrewd entrepreneur with a bad reputation for sabotaging people who get in his path. Maddy, a flashy, savvy baker, is at the top of his list. It’s a sticky spot to be in—more so when Davenport turns up dead with a Baby Cakes knife stuck in his back.