Benham Brothers- Ballpark Dogs, Humility, and Ambition

Take me out to the ball game! Retired Major League Baseball players, authors, and nationally renowned entrepreneurs David Benham and Jason Benham visit Key Ingredients for an incredible and uplifting interview. Faith sits down with these hilarious brothers to talk about baseball, business, TV, God, and how a step backward can actually be a pivot in the right direction. But before this inspiring interview, Faith, David, and Jason pull off the impossible: healthy ballpark food!

The Benham brothers are proof that ambition and humility can go hand-in-hand. In a leap of faith, these entrepreneurs started a small real estate company, moved their families in together, and went from swinging bats to mowing lawns and pushing mops, all to make their dream a reality. As the Benham brothers put it, you must posture yourself for success, but die to the dream in your heart.

Show Notes:

Healthy Ballpark-Style Hot Dogs and French Fries

Key Ingredients For The Healthy Version:

• Potatoes fried in cooking oil – Organic, non-GMO potatoes baked with grape seed oil

• Hot dog buns – Grainless buns made with almond flour, almond meal, psyllium husk, and egg whites

• Hot dogs – Grass-fed beef dogs

Key Ingredients To Success

• Stand on your principles and do not bend.
• Be a fountain, not a drink. You’re a human being, not a human doing.
• Allow God to work in your life.


Full Recipe:
(Recipes can also be found on pinterest. French Fries linked here. Hot dogs linked here.)

French Fries deep friend in Vegetable oil:
Organic potatoes seasoned with sea salt and cooked in grapeseed oil

Conventionally processed PORK hot dogs:
Organic all grassfed beef hotdogs with no nitrates or preservatives

Enriched flour, sugar sweetened hot dogs:
Grain Free Hot Dog Buns
Grain Free Hot Dog Buns:

1 cups (3 dl) almond meal
1/4 cup blanched almond flour
1/16 of tsp of stevia (dash or to taste)
5 tablespoons ground psyllium husk (flakes or powder will do, found in the supplement section of
your whole foods)
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon sea salt
3 egg whites
1 cup (2.5 dl) boiling water

-Turn on the oven and set it to 350F (175C).
-Mix all dry ingredients in a bowl. (flours, psyllium, salt,
stevia, baking powder)
-Blend in the egg whites using a hand mixer.
-Add the boiling water and keep blending until you’ve got a
dough. (about 1-2 min)
-Shape the dough into buns make sure they are rounded mounds to make them fluffy
-Place the buns on a parchment papered baking dish, and put them in the oven for about 50 minutes.
-Cut the buns either directly in the center (don’t cut through to the bottom so it holds your toppings! You can also slice them down one side kind of like a pita pocket to really stuff in more toppings!

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