Michael Strahan’s Chili Night, ‘Cornbread’ Doesn’t Use Corn Or Bread


While it’s never pleasant to battle gluten sensitivity or lactose intolerance, you’d be amazed at all of the clever workarounds chefs have pioneered in the past few years. Michael Strahan, a former NFL star and TV personality, impressed everyone with his chili night. Here’s how the former NFL star pulled it off.

Michael Strahan Shows Off ‘Chili SZN’Concoction

How can we get an invitation to dinner at Strahan’s house? In an Instagram post, Michael Strahan showcased his amazing chili bowl. However, you’d be surprised to find out just what’s missing from Strahan’s dinner. In the photo’s caption, Strahan wrote, “It’s always Chili SZN in the Strahan house!!”

He also shared his experience with how clean his chili tasted. He also admitted that the cheddar cheese, sour cream and other toppings he used to make his comfort food were not dairy-free. A gluten-free chili mixture was also used by the athlete. But the cornbread is what surprised most. Strahan claims that his classic chili partner was gluten free, dairy-free and grain-free. This means that his cornbread was made without corn or bread.

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Strahan appears to be doing all he can to keep to a paleo diet. The athlete has been sharing his meals on Instagram, and we have to say he’s making healthy look so good! Strahan shared his roasted broccoli and BBQ salmon just a few days after chili night.

He also shared his paleo burrito Bowl. He substituted cauliflower for rice. He also used his non-dairy cheddar cheese and sour cream once more!

Here’s How To Make Strahan’s Cornbread

For those of us sensitive to gluten and grains—or if you’re just trying to go paleo to loosen that waistband—Strahan’s cornbread seems almost too good to be true. Who doesn’t love the perfect sweet, savory, and deliciously crumbly treat? There are many creative ways you can make your diet work. Here’s the trick for gluten-free, grain-free cornbread.

Almond flour is your best friend for baking paleo-friendly treats. This flour is neither wheat nor grain-free, so it will save you a lot of hassle. If the flour’s texture just doesn’t feel cornbread-y enough, reach for some almond meal instead! From then on, you’re safe to use your classic cornbread ingredients. Although, you’ll want to consider adding some turmeric. This will give you that delicious savory corn taste, and even restore the original yellow glow to your treat.

We can’t wait to see more healthy concoctions from Strahan that we can try out in our kitchen. Who says comfort food can’t be healthy?

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