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MollyBeth

Member Since 18 Sep 2008
Offline Last Active Jun 08 2012 02:40 PM
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#654852 Non-Supportive Husbands And Mothers

Posted by MollyBeth on 19 November 2010 - 05:37 PM

Hey, I feel your pain here. This is my advice to you. Stick with it. I don't know how long you've been dealing but when I first started my family treated me like I was just going through some phaze and that this was a temporary change but I stuck to my guns and now they try really hard and go out of their way to try and accomidate me. I know it's frustrating because they should respect it right out of the gate but perhaps in time they will come around like my family did for me. Another thing that helped was my skin started having color again and my nails started growing and I had energy. They noticed these things and saw that it wasn't just some silly idea I had in my head. Show them these things that are physical proof that you are getting better.
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#488963 Chocolate Chip Cookies

Posted by MollyBeth on 30 November 2008 - 08:47 PM

Need the cheesecake recipe!



I'll post the cheese cake recipe tomorrow. I haven't made it in a whle and need to get it out of the back of my recipe box.
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#487936 Chocolate Chip Cookies

Posted by MollyBeth on 27 November 2008 - 03:07 AM

Ok, I haven't been too adventurous with baking so far. I'm feeling like perhaps it's time I venture out. My kitchen is small and I'm moving back to the midwest soon and don't want to get too stocked up on lots of different flours...but looking ahead I'm going to get a new place with a nice big kitchen!!

I have a few questions on how to convert some of my FAVORITES...

Pams seems to be popular for baking mixes... Does this brand make a good Chocolate chip cookie mix. I love them, they are my favorite and I would love any tips on how to make he perfect gluten free chocolate chip cookie.

Chex Mix. My Ma makes the best chexmix under the sun. IT's going to be a task but I am determined to convert it! I figure I can just eliminate the wheat chex. I know I'm good with rice chex. What about corn chex? and is Lawry's gluten free?

and finally I make this delicious Chocolate chunk cheese cake that is as rich and delicious as it sounds. This one is easy because the only glutenous ingredient is the oreo cookie crust. Any suggestions or recipes on how to reproduce the oreo cookie crust. I ususally just smooshed the cookies down into the bottom of my spring form pan. I found a gluten free oreo cookie recipe but feel like making the cookies just to smoosh them sounds like a lot of work. Any easier suggestions?

Thanks!!! I look forward to hearing from all of the experts!! :)
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