So the last time I guest blogged, I was cooking up some delicious Preacher’s Wife Pot Roast.
So much has changed since then...
BIG NEWS: I GRADUATED FROM GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY’S ANDREW YOUNG SCHOOL OF POLICY STUIDES WITH MY MSW.
The day after that we had a graduation jubilee for myself and our NEW room mate J-Fal. Remember his haircut? He graduated from GSU with a bachelor’s in Psychology.
I’m so proud of him. He has worked so hard to accomplish this. I couldn’t think of anyone who I’d rather share my Jubliee with. (Since the Royal family is out and about supporting and celebrating the Queen’s jubilee, I think we have our very own Dutchess Kate and Prince Harry on our hands here!)
|NOT gluten-free. :)|
I realized when thinking about who we invited that I had a wonderful gluten free roommate (Katy) and some fabulous vegetarian friends coming to the party! I found some great ideas on Pinterest, but decided to use this recipe as my base and make it my own.
I decided to add some corn, because Katy and I are big corn lovers. Corn seems like such a summer food. Since I have graduated, I hope that I have more time to experiment with gluten free recipes that Katy can share with you all.
Cheesy Quinoa and Corn
· 3 Cups of Quinoa
· 2 15 oz Cans of Corn
· 2 cloves of garlic
· 4 large eggs
· 2 cups of milk (I like skim)
· 3 cups of shredded cheese
Cook the quinoa (use the directions on the packaging) .
While the quinoa cooks, add four large eggs and the milk into a mixing bowl. Wisk them together.
When the quinoa is done, add it to the egg and milk mixture, then wisk together.
Add in 2 ½ cups of cheese and mix!
Add in the corn and mix it up!
Add the mixture into a 9x13 pan that has some no-stick spray on it
Sprinkle the remaining cheese on top
Bake at 350 for 30 minutes (until the cheese on top is cooked!)
Enjoy a dish that is fit for vegetarians and gluten free pals. This side dish disappeared quickly at the jubilee. A big thanks to Katy for letting me guest blog again! Also a big thanks to everyone who has supported me so much in finishing graduate school. I’m so thankful for you all.
Until next time, CRW MSW