I Might Be Back! (And a recipe for Cheesy Biscuits)

Well, hi everyone! 
It's great and scary to be writing this blog post for you. I've not blogged in over a year (has it really been that long?) and have had good reason. I've moved across the country, been dealing with some heath issues, and have been adjusting to a new job in a new city. Lots of overwhelming things. But thankfully God is good. And here I am, slowly gaining traction in my new life. 
See, I was planning on putting together a little cookbook but that got pushed to the (way) back burner. I think someday I will do it, but now is not that time. But I often have people ask me for my recipes so I thought I'd post some of them here for you lovely people. No guarantees on how often I'll post, but I promise will get a few good ones out to you! :)
I thought I'd kick off this new season of posting with a recipe that I've made over and over (and usually with my little nephew helping me) because they are just that good and easy. 
Cheesy Biscuits!
Yep, cheesy and buttery and grain/gluten free! Now, these aren't like Pillsbury flaky biscuits or the kind that you'd get at a diner with gravy.  These have a different texture- perhaps like a cheesy cornbread texture? (I've never liked cornbread, just so you know.) Anyway, they are prefect with any meal right out of the oven! Yum, just writing this post is making me want to go bake these right now. 
Ok, enough with the talk, here's the recipe (and photos!)
Fresh out of the oven!
Biscuits and gravy. YUM!
me with a tray of goodness :)

LC's Best Biscuits

• 1 ½ c fine almond flour ( I like Honeyville, but most kinds will work)
• ¾ c shredded mozzarella cheese (or whatever kind of shredded cheese you want.)
• 6 tbsp butter, softened
• 2 eggs
• 1 tsp aluminum-free baking powder
• 1/4 tsp xanthan gum
• 1 ½ tsp cider vinegar
• and dash of salt

- Preheat oven to 375º and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
- With a stand or hand mixer, combine all ingredients well.
- Portion out six to eight equal scoops of dough (free-form adds to the charm) about two inches apart on the cookie sheet.
- Place in oven and reduce heat to 350º.
- Bake for 12-15 minutes or until browned.
- Remove from oven and serve right away. 

*Please let me know what you think of them or how you altered them to fit your lifestyle. I'd love to know! 
Thanks for reading.
- Lindsay
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