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Cheese Wafers

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Hi all

I'm afraid I am an inveterate snacker, and yesterday a friend of mine brought some cheese wafers to our bridge session. They are gluten-free and are soo easy to make, so I decided to share her recipe with you: Cut cheese (any kind, but hers were made of cheddar) into half inch squares. Put them on a tray lined with parchment paper and bake in a 350 degree oven for 5 to 7 minutes. When you take them out of the oven, put them on paper towels to take out additional grease. And voila! that's it. Store them in an airtight container, and they will last for about 3 days; that is if you don't gobble them up right away. Oh, yes, and they will turn out to be about 2 inches round.

She also said that she sometimes sprinkles grated Parmesan cheese on parchment paper and uses the same method and you can make them any size you choose. She then puts topping of vegetables or whatever on them.

Hope you will enjoy.

Flo from Washington State


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Hi Flo,

I read your post and knew I had a small piece of cheddar cheese

remaining from a party! No parchment paper, though, so I just

tried a cookie sheet! Works okay in a pinch!

What a scrumptious treat!!!! Of course, we ran out of cheese before

our tummies were satisfied!

My husband wanted to run out and buy more cheese. He said these

would be gone in a minute at a party! You know what I will be serving

the next time we have friends over!

Some of them we ate plain and some I added a salsa/velveeta dip to them.

Can't tell which were better!

Thank your friend and thank you!!!!



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