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Gluten Free Waffles

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You could make an envelope with parchment paper to toast them in. Or maybe toast them the old fashioned way - like before toasters? On a cookie sheet in the oven, Put some foil or parchment paper on it.


 

 

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If using a shared toaster oven,  I would wash and scrape the top tray, clean. I use a shared toaster oven daily. The top shelf is mine, the bottom is his.  He is very careful and I am.  It seems to work out.

 

Van Waffles are my daily breakfast wih peanut butter and marmalade.  You could smoosh and pan fry, throw an egg on top...with bacon, eggs, peppers,onions or what you find in your fridge, opportunities are endless.

 

Or just simply micro, with syup

 

Enjoy


Lisa

Gluten Free - August 15, 2004

"Not all who wander are lost" - JRR Tolkien

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you can wrap it in tin foil too, I've done that


gluten free since 11/12  

dairy and soy free since 1/13

chocolate free since 6/14

 

I miss my chocolate!!!   but I'm not sick anymore, and that's what really matters  :)

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All of these above are great selections.  I will sometimes buy those and throw them in the microwave, then top with whatever syrup or jam and butter-like substance you please, eat with a fork.


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Put them in the oven at 400 degrees F for 7 mins. Wala. That's what I'm doing at the moment.


- Diagnosed Celiac in May 2014. Gluten-free diet immediately

- Tested VERY high for thyroid antibodies May 2014 but T4, T3 and TSH are in "normal" ranges

- Have experienced chronic fatigue and decreased cognitive and memory function for years

- Sister has been diagnosed with Celiac, autism, schizophrenia and depression

- Mom, dad and other sister are "weak positives" for Celiac
- Mom has been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes

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