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maximoo

Member Since 13 May 2011
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Oh Happy Day, gluten-free Honey Nut Cheerios!

24 August 2015 - 12:03 PM

Honey nut Cheerios now says gluten free on the front of the box! My kids had to stop eating it yrs ago when they tested positive. And now they are able to eat it again!

I always wondered since this is an oat cereal why it wouldn't be gluten-free, but I think cross contamination was the issue.

Thank you General Mills for stepping up and certifying that this favorite cereal is now gluten-free!!
Happy days are here again....

Eggo gluten-free Waffles

07 March 2015 - 11:54 AM

I was in target ystrdy n to my surprise I eyed EGGO gluten-free waffles! I had no idea they even existed! There's cinnamon or plain available. I bought 1 box of each n tried the cinnamon this a.m. It was crispy outside n fluffy inside, not crumbly like Vans. Im very pleased with the texture.I found the cinnamon flavor very weak and so did my DD. she put syrup on hers. I will sprinkle a little cinnamon n sugar on mine next time.
The price was $2.99 for 8. We typically buy Natures Path waffles which is $3.50 for 6. So, we will get the EGGO from now on. Tomorrow we will try the plain ones. I'm pretty sure they are fine tho.

Cooked Perfect gluten-free Turkey Italian Meatballs

11 November 2014 - 05:48 AM

My DD had these meatballs at a friends house in Miami, and she loved them. They were bought at BJ's. I live 1 county over & the BJ's here does not have them. Their website is minimal so I posted on the company's Facebook pg. Their reply was worthless, gave no info where their product was available in the fort lauderdale area. These meatballls are very good. I've tried to duplicate them to no avail. I wish i could buy them locally & have this option as part of a gluten-free meal sometimes.  

 

Has anyone else had these delicious meatballs? 


Mushy Bread? Problem Solved!

23 October 2014 - 09:19 AM

to prevent  bread slices (such as udi's/Rudi's, etc) from being mushy/damp when microwaving, DO NOT lay bread flat in the microwave. The bread needs to stand up to let the steam evaporate. When the bread lays on a plate the steam becomes trapped making the bread mushy. Lean the bread against a cup or something on a plate, while microwaving. try not overheat abt 30 sec is good (give or take a few sec). Let it cool for a mt n Voila! soft bread! not mushy or damp! 

 

Do this for any bread or buns (gluten-free or not) 


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