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Bacon Wrapped, Goat Cheese Stuffed Chicken

Honestly, I was never a big fan of bacon.  I would much rather have sausage with my breakfast.  However, since being gluten free and having to expand my fridge staples, I have tried to find more ways to use bacon because it is a safe food for me.  I thought of this chicken recipe and was pleasantly surprised at how good it was!  A great dinner idea for a cold night… and it is very easy!

Bacon Wrapped, Goat Cheese Stuffed Chicken


  1. 2 chicken breasts, either thin fillets or pounded thin
  2. 4 strips bacon (I used low sodium)
  3. 4 tsp. goat cheese
  4. 4 tsp. dried cranberries
  5. pepper


  1. Spread 2 tsp. goat cheese on top of each chicken breast fillet
  2. Sprinkle 2 tsp. dried cranberries on top of the goat cheese on each fillet.
  3. Wrap each chicken breast fillet with 2 strips of bacon to hold in the goat cheese and cranberries.
  4. Sprinkle pepper on top of the bacon strips.
  5. Bake at 375 degrees about 20 minutes, until chicken is cooked through.

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Happy Allergy Free Eating!




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Let your fruits and veggies mingle!

Seriously, the fresh fruit this time of year is unbelievable.  For someone who eats fruits and veggies with every meal, the different varieties available now are bliss.  In fact, I have gotten so excited about fresh fruit and veggies, that I have been letting them mingle together in salads.  Here are my top three summer fruity salads:

Number Three: Nectarine, Cranberry, Pine Nut Salad

Over salad lettuce, I tossed some craisins (although, if I had more time, I would have used fresh cranberries), sliced nectarines, and pine nuts.  For a more savory salad, use arugula instead of salad lettuce.

Number Two: Pear and Walnut Salad

Over salad lettuce, I sprinkled sliced pear and chopped walnuts.  A great crunch combination.

Number One: Tomato, Basil, Watermelon Salad

My personal favorite.  I chopped very ripe yellow tomatoes, freshly cut watermelon, and fresh basil and layered the ingredients.  No lettuce needed.  An unexpectedly delicious combination!

All salads were topped with just simple olive oil and balsamic vinegar, but you could certainly get more creative with the dressing.  That is what’s great about salads… you can’t really mess them up.  Just find your favorite combination!

Happy Allergy Free Eating!

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