Asparagus and Roast Beef Bundles (Hearts for Home Blog Hop)

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Sharing another gluten-free recipe with you today! This is adapted from a fun book I found called Gluten Free and Dairy Free for the Frugal and Lazy Cook by Heather Demeritte. 

I served the asparagus and beef packets with a fresh green salad, roasted rosemary potatoes  and some gluten free bread from the night before (a Bob’s Red Mill mix).

Oh my goodness. They were SO GOOD! It was a hit for everyone in the family! 

Asparagus Roast Beef Bundles

  • 2 bundles of asparagus, cleaned and trimmed
  • 1 lb of sliced roast beef from the deli
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 tsp garlic salt
  • 2 tbsp plain yogurt (or soy yogurt or similar substitute)
  • 2 tbsp gf brown/ground mustard
  • 1 tbsp brown sugar (or other sweetener)
  • 1 tbsp lemon juice

Pre-heat oven to 450. Wrap asparagus in sliced roast beef and lay seam side down in an oiled glass pan or rimmed cookie sheet. Combine the olive oil and garlic salt and drizzle over the bundles. Bake for 20-25 minutes or until asparagus tender.

Combine the yogurt, mustard, sugar and lemon juice in a small bowl. When the asparagus bundles are done, drizzle the mustard sauce over them. 

I’ll definitely be trying more recipes from  Gluten Free and Dairy Free for the Frugal and Lazy Cook by Heather Demeritte! This one was a keeper. 

It’s time for the Hearts for Home blog hop! 

Join me every Thursday, along with Heather at Upside Down Homeschooling and several other great bloggers, to bring you the Hearts for Home Blog Hop! Each week the most popular post is featured, along with three of my favorites. 


The most popular post from last week was….

The Arts in Our Homeschool from Campfires and Cleats


Here are a few of my favorite posts from last week’s hop:

Classical Education for the Average Homeschool Family from The Sunny Path – Such a helpful rundown and timely for us as we look at incorporating classical work. 

Plant and Seeds Homemade Valentines for Kids (With Free Printable) from Buggy and Buddy – So adorable and easy! And appeals to my gardener’s heart. 

Mock Blackouts from Blue Shutters – We’ve been thinking of doing something like this as well for fun and to kick-start us into emergency preparedness. Nice to read what someone else has done!

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