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Gluten Free Bisquick
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Hi, Has anyone tried the Gluten Free Bisquick? If you haven't yet I highly recommend it. I made the chicken strips recipe on the box, and buscuits that taste JUST LIKE Red Lobster cheese buscuits. Also made the pancakes, they were awesome, it was the first time my husband, Jeff has had pancakes in 5 years. I just wish the Bisquick box was bigger.

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That's good to hear. I just found the gluten-free Bisquick this evening @ Walmart of all places. Plan to have pancakes tomorrow for breakfast

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Betty Crocker Gluten Free Chicken and Dumplings

Just a few days ago, I made the Betty Crocker Gluten Free Chicken and Dumplings recipe. It was made with Bisquick. I had never eaten chicken and dumplings before this. This was the most fantastic recipe I tried so far. I LOVED it! Google the title above. Really simplistic ingredients. I substituted some veggies I had in the freezer and used dried parsley in the sauce instead of in the bread part. Other than that I followed the recipe. Leftovers were also great. I will be making this again! A MUST TRY!

Wenmin

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Working on our third box, Great product.....

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I made the gluten-free Corndogs with my youngest last night. All I told the older ones was that we were having Corndogs for supper. My DD and I just looked at each other with huge grins when they all wanted more than what we had made. Then we told them.....They were not expecting the corndogs to be gluten-free. I loved the simplicity of the recipe...I got it from General Mills Company website...

http://www.liveglutenfreely.com/Recipes/ try this for the little ones.. you can even make them ahead and freeze I would assume if you wanted to use as after school snacks. But I am finding a lot of recipes from going to the gluten-free product websites. Try and enjoy.

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I made the gluten-free Corndogs with my youngest last night. All I told the older ones was that we were having Corndogs for supper. My DD and I just looked at each other with huge grins when they all wanted more than what we had made. Then we told them.....They were not expecting the corndogs to be gluten-free. I loved the simplicity of the recipe...I got it from General Mills Company website...

http://www.liveglutenfreely.com/Recipes/ try this for the little ones.. you can even make them ahead and freeze I would assume if you wanted to use as after school snacks. But I am finding a lot of recipes from going to the gluten-free product websites. Try and enjoy.

I've made corndogs by cutting hotdogs into bite size pieces and baking them in a gluten free better of corn bread, along with a few cubes of velveeta cheese. You don't get the corn dog on the stick experience, but I usually serve it over a bed of chilli and WOW! what a good dinner....

Wenmin

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That's good to hear. I just found the gluten-free Bisquick this evening @ Walmart of all places. Plan to have pancakes tomorrow for breakfast

I found it at my local Walmart also,, and it was one of the few gluten free mixes I would use.I really liked the biscuits and the pancakes soo yummy :)

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Has anyone made sausage balls with this? My first attempt was not so good. I'm wanting to make them for the Superbowl tomorrow. Thanks! I thought of following the online recipe and omit the rosemary( I dislike)etc.

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