We’re having a party!

Foster Farms has been around for quite some time, but they’ve only been part of the Gluten Free Community for two years. In order to celebrate their two year gluten free anniversary they’re teaming up with a group of bloggers to share the diversity of their products. Over the next couple months we’ll discuss different aspects of their products and different ways to switch them up. Today though, we’re going to discuss the party I threw to celebrate their two year gluten free anniversary, and how I made their corn dogs into a breakfast buffet item. 🙂

What you need to know though is that my kitchen is TEENY TINY, which means that my breakfast buffet is kind of disjointed, but it all worked out!

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What you see above from left to right is: Sausage Balls and Cheese Grits, Simple Truth Waffles from Kroger, and Gluten Free Foster Farms Corn Dogs (which were in the oven when these pictures were taken and why you don’t see pictures of them, but I promise they were there!)

Anyways, here was the breakfast buffet menu:

  • Cheese Grits
  • Sausage Balls (I used Gluten Free Bisquick, and this recipe)
  • Gluten Free Simple Truth Waffles
  • Foster Farms Gluten Free Corn Dogs
  • Orange Juice

As usual, the Foster Farms corn dogs were terrific. . . the party consisted of both Gluten and Non-Gluten eaters, and no one could tell the difference.

Wanna know how I added them to my breakfast buffet? Bake them a couple minutes longer, and serve them with syrup . . . they’re almost like Gluten Free Pancake on a Stick!

Overall, it was a GREAT party, and the addition of Foster Farms products made it even better!

Find out where you can get their products near you here.

Have a great day y’all!

Love,

Olivia

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