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Grits are about as creamy as creamy gets. I love feeding my family grits in the morning to ensure that their bellies are filled with wholesome foods before sending them out into the world. There’s nothing like a hot breakfast in the belly before a long day at work or school. Did you know that grits are very easy to make? They don’t take much manpower at all and they can be personalized to fit your tastes. For example, I love to add cheese to my grits and my husband enjoys brown sugar and cinnamon. How will you flavor your southern grits?
If you are wondering how to make Southern grits with a healthy twist, try this recipe for The Best Creamy Grits. This recipe is easy, simple, and delicious. You would never guess that they’re also good for you! The secret ingredient that makes these grits extra creamy, as well as high in protein, is egg whites. Make these grits for breakfast and top them with whatever sweet or savory accompaniments you prefer. They would also be excellent with shrimp for dinner. – Fave Southern Recipes
Recipe and photo courtesy of Fave Southern Recipes.
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