Hey all you people!
I hope you have had a FABULOUS couple of weeks since we last spoke, and as we say here in the south.. It’s FALL Y’ALL! …despite what the weatherman says #90degreesinoctobersaywhaaat.
Anyway, October is a month of celebrating all things fall as well as HCU Awareness Month! In this episode, we discuss different ways you can get involved. Check out this link to see how you can participate in raising awareness for HCU! Also, check out the donations page to help raise money, or you can donate through Facebook fundraisers that are shared on the HC&U Podcast page on Facebook! (links below)
We also talk about some of our favorite fall treats that are on the low protein end, and we give you a chance to win a $20 gift certificate to Cambrooke Therapeutics for some low protein foods!
Our low-pro recipe for this week is Lindsey’s “Not-so-chicken Pot Pie”.
What you need:
Pie crust or biscuits (whatever is lowest protein)
Cream of chicken soup, but scoop out the chicken. Because, not-so-chicken…
Peas and Carrots (Jenny and Forrest)
Spices (garlic powder, onion powder, parsley, salt, pepper)
Diced potatoes and onions.
Instructions: Start cooking your potatoes and onions first. Place in a skillet and cook until soft. Add all other ingredients except the crust/biscuits. Assemble in pie crust or ramekins. Bake based on pie crust instructions, or bake at 350 until bubbly and add a fresh biscuit on top.
You can add other veggies or make it how you like, this is just how we usually make this at home. Don’t be afraid to play around and make it yours! Has anyone tried cream of mushroom with a recipe like this? I’m curious if it turns out as good. Let me know!
All in all, this is basically our favorite month of the year… so enjoy ALL THE FALL THINGS. We hope you enjoy this episode!
Also, quick shout out to our listeners. We have received such encouraging and sweet feedback from you guys. We appreciate your support and hope you continue to listen! 🙂
*insert sultry voice here*
Eat your veggies!
Ben and Lindsey
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