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I make killer, amazing, to die for donuts. But they aren't a recipe. They're a mix. I tried them at an expo, and none of the gluten eaters there could tell they were gluten free other than knowing they were at a gluten free expo. http://www.glutenfreeheaven.com/~glutenfr/product_info.php?cPath=22&products_id=46

 

I'll have to check into that. Are these the kind you fry or bake? I suppose I could not be lazy and open the link. LOL

I use abelskiever batter...tastes kinda like a buttermilk old fashioned:

 

http://allrecipes.com/recipe/aebleskiver/

 

I sub Pamela's Baking Mix for the All Purpose Flour called for in the recipe. 

 

Let us know how they turn out...never thought about a donut pan....sounds fun  :)

 

I know someone has a good donut recipe, but can't remember who -- Addie maybe?

These look good... might have to try my hand at frying some...

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I have a brilliant idea!  (but I need someone else to do the work ;))  Can we take all of these awesome recipes, get them organized, and just have our recipe section here on the site?  The on-line gluten free cookbook :wub:  compilation by us, for us!

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Those look easy. I think I'll make it a 1 egg recipe the first time. I always make the smallest amount of something the first time just in case I don't like it or something.

 

If you want something awesome to make with the flour you could make red velvet cupcakes. (Red not required of course, or you could use a natural food coloring.) They simply amazing, and doubly so with the frosting. http://www.premiumgoldflax.com/recipe_glutenfreeredvelvetcupcake.php

 

Tonight we're having some sort of steak or another. I forget what kind we bought, but they were a great deal. I think we're also going to the 2nd run theater (also known as the dollar theater here) to see the "new" 300 movie. Date night! :D

 

I musta missed something, I didn't know miss Arlene was letting doctors knock her out. Feel better fast!

 

And the donut mix I get is fried donuts, which is (in the world I grew up in) normal donuts. I make donut holes because they're easier than round donuts. Amazing, delicious, melt in your mouth and eat until you're sick, fried donuts. I've even done my donut holes Boston creme filled and chocolate glazed. Ooops... I'm drooling on myself again. :lol:

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I have a brilliant idea!  (but I need someone else to do the work ;))  Can we take all of these awesome recipes, get them organized, and just have our recipe section here on the site?  The on-line gluten free cookbook :wub:  compilation by us, for us!

 

I already use it that way -- I just use the search "this topic" window in the upper right corner of the page.

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I have a brilliant idea!  (but I need someone else to do the work ;))  Can we take all of these awesome recipes, get them organized, and just have our recipe section here on the site?  The on-line gluten free cookbook :wub:  compilation by us, for us!

 

In the past, I have started threads with all salad recipes or all cookies.  The problem is that the posts all fall to the bottom after they aren't posted in.  Then someone starts a new thread.  It might be nice to have recipes, but wouldn't it need to be organized - like a thread for salad, a thread for entrees, etc?  We could "pin" them so they stay at the top of this cooking thread but that would be a lot of pins and that doesn't work well.  Would just one thread work, OK?  Could we keep people from commenting too much?  What do you think?

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If I see a recipe I like, or think I will like, I bookmark it. Then when I have a little time and no get-up-and-go, I get them typed up into my recipe template. (Yes, I have a Word template for recipes and refuse to print them any other way.) I keep them all saved in a file and I print them out as soon as I type them up and keep them in a 3-ring binder that is my cookbook. I have it all separated with tabs for types of recipes like a regular cookbook too, although each tab is alphabetical which is less like my other cookbooks. If I ever decide I don't like a recipe after trying it the first time, I simply remove it from my cookbook.

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Tonight we take my step-daughter out to eat, her pick of restaurant.  I will be having a meatloaf sammy before we leave and a large Margarita for dinner.   :D

 

Colleen

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Ok...just printed this recipe to put in the old-fashioned paper notebook.

 

Variations were: 

 

I used one 3 pound pork butt roast -- cheap, tender and what happened to be in my freezer ;)

 

Used all the left over juices as gravy -- next time I may even increase the sauce ingredients and use a larger roast so we can have encores.

 

This made enough for three hungry men (one had just returned from 40 mile ride, one a three mile run and the third pulled in from work - just plain hungry) plus me -- thinking it should feed 4-6 regular eaters.

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The donuts were made using the recipe from this website: http://freeeatsfood.com/2012/02/06/chocolate-doughnuts-with-butterscotch-glaze-and-salted-almonds/

The glaze was a honey/powdered sugar glaze and then I added a tbsp of cocoa powder to get the chocolate glaze.  The flour I used in the recipe was a new flour I have never used before.. it was given to me by my best friend after she went to Bend, OR. Apparently her friend's roommate started a gluten-free flour company called AKulinary Innovations. It worked really well. It had xanthan gum already in it so I was kinda worried. But it worked out!

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Ohhh that looks so YUMMY!

 

That is why I stay out of this string!

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Ohhh that looks so YUMMY!

 

That is why I stay out of this string!

We can't gain weight by looking! Can we????

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Anyone make chicken salad with Greek yogurt instead of evil mayo? Saw a nice recipe on the Chew today but mayo isn't allowed in our home. :)

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We can't gain weight by looking! Can we????

I can gain weight by eating them.. I confess I ate one last night and one and a half today... extra time on the bike tonight!

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Anyone make chicken salad with Greek yogurt instead of evil mayo? Saw a nice recipe on the Chew today but mayo isn't allowed in our home. :)

Are you going to add egg to it? (isn't there egg in mayonnaise?) I've subbed greek yogurt in for sour cream before but never mayo.

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We can't gain weight by looking! Can we????

um, yeah, I think  some of us can.  :D

 

I just LOOKED at Jamie's donut picture and my pants split..my zipper expanded and the top button flew across the room and hit Bella in the leg. She jumped up on the table and broke a lamp.

 

Thanks, Jamie. 

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The donuts were made using the recipe from this website: http://freeeatsfood.com/2012/02/06/chocolate-doughnuts-with-butterscotch-glaze-and-salted-almonds/

The glaze was a honey/powdered sugar glaze and then I added a tbsp of cocoa powder to get the chocolate glaze.  The flour I used in the recipe was a new flour I have never used before.. it was given to me by my best friend after she went to Bend, OR. Apparently her friend's roommate started a gluten-free flour company called AKulinary Innovations. It worked really well. It had xanthan gum already in it so I was kinda worried. But it worked out!

 

Donut Party at Jamie's - See you there ;)

 

Edited to add -- new donut pan is winging it's way here -- I'll blame J when I get :wacko: from hubs while making this face :P

 

Complaints about crowding cabinet space will be silenced by DONUTS :wub:

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 keep them in a 3-ring binder that is my cookbook. I have it all separated with tabs for types of recipes

 

I have a 3 ring binder for "gluten-free recipes"--- i.e. baked goods and my old binder which I have had for YEARS which contains everything else.

Plus a bunch of recipe books, magazines and a big ole file folder marked "try these".  ^_^

 

Tonight we take my step-daughter out to eat, her pick of restaurant.  I will be having a meatloaf sammy before we leave and a large Margarita for dinner.   :D

 

Colleen

 

Margarita dinner --whoohooo!! Gimme one! Gimme one! ;)  cheers, babe.

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Donut Party at Jamie's - See you there ;)

 

Edited to add -- new donut pan is winging it's way here -- I'll blame J when I get :wacko: from hubs while making this face :P

 

Complaints about crowding cabinet space will be silenced by DONUTS :wub:

hahaha!! I love it! I am going to be making donuts for a good while.. I am obsessed! Bake time of 10 minutes??!! The mix to mouth time is just so short! LOVE!

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I have a 3 ring binder for "gluten-free recipes"--- i.e. baked goods and my old binder which I have had for YEARS which contains everything else.

Plus a bunch of recipe books, magazines and a big ole file folder marked "try these".  ^_^

 

 

Margarita dinner --whoohooo!! Gimme one! Gimme one! ;)  cheers, babe.

 

We have the three ring binder that started the day I went gluten free with the dividers -- Still use an old copy of 'Better Homes "New" Cookbook' for basic "stuff" and of course there is now a laptop on the kitchen counter that didn't live there a few years ago.

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um, yeah, I think  some of us can.  :D

 

I just LOOKED at Jamie's donut picture and my pants split..my zipper expanded and the top button flew across the room and hit Bella in the leg. She jumped up on the table and broke a lamp.

 

Thanks, Jamie. 

 

your button and mine! I'm gonna have to buy bigger pants after this.

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your button and mine! I'm gonna have to buy bigger pants after this.

thank God for sweatpants & gym shorts, baby! ;)  lmao.

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life without mayo? even homemade mayo ? sorry K. :(

well, how about this, then?

http://picky-palate.com/2014/01/08/skinny-greek-yogurt-chicken-salad/

I think I have mentioned before, Hubs hates with a passion, mayo. He was happily eating something and saying how yummy it was - until - SIL mentioned the ingredients & 1 was mayo. He immediately stopped eating and said it tasted terrible.

Looks like I could make the chicken salad with Greek yogurt from that recipe. Just want something a little different once in a while.

http://abc.go.com/shows/the-chew/recipes/crisp-chicken-salad-daphne-oz

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what?!  i missed cake AND donuts??!!   :o

 

thanx for the well wishes  :wub:  i had a 'procedure' and all is well  :) i got a good report, complete with photos.  like a photo of my colon is big news lolz the doc was excited to tell me what a great one i had.  i think i like this guy (New Doc: "Jeff Jeffery" <that is what i named him.  my old doc was dr. ruth hahahaa i didn't need to change her name)

 

tonight is spaghetti and meatballs <probly gonna deep fry the meatsballs.  because we HAS a deep fryer, so everything should be DEEP FRIED.  yes, my husband is a deep frying fiend.  hey, i'm using palm oil - good idea or bad idea?  

 

waiting on my grandcats right meow!  gizmo gary meow meow cat and jazzy j sugar mae (cat) aka Dumb Squirrel  :)  and my daughter who shall remain nameless........ :lol:

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I am still sitting here wide mouthed after seeing that donut photo.... mmmmmm donut.  One thing I do with recipes is bookmark if I think I may try it someday, hand write it if I am going to actually make it (unless it is really long) and then once I make it and put my notations on it, I have a long running word document that I copy/paste it onto and add my changes, then print them off in a half sheet format.  Blogs do go away sometimes and I try to save anything exceptional because I hate when recipes disappear. 

 

Tonight I am going to make oven breaded chicken breasts with corn and green beans.

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