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Hi everyone,

I have my first support group meeting on wensday, and we need to take a dessert or snack. as anyone any simple ideas for me? Thanks

Bake a batch of chocolate chip cookies. Just follow the recipe on the bag of chips and substitute gluten-free flour. (Make sure you know you have a good flour mix.) Or make a batch of brownies using Pamela's mix. Look in the recipes section here - there are lots of good desserts.

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Bake a batch of chocolate chip cookies. Just follow the recipe on the bag of chips and substitute gluten-free flour. (Make sure you know you have a good flour mix.) Or make a batch of brownies using Pamela's mix. Look in the recipes section here - there are lots of good desserts.

thank you but i need to make something from scratch as i have to take the recipe.

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The Gluten Free Pantry Truffle Brownie Mix is very good, also. I made them in a 13 by 9 inch pan--it made a good size batch. If you don't have much experience with gluten-free baking, a mix might be a safer bet to take to the meeting.

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thank you but i need to make something from scratch as i have to take the recipe.

Here's my chocolate chip cookie recipe that I make almost once a week for my whole family. Never had a complaint yet about them tasting yucky or different than "normal"

1 C Margarine or Butter, softened

3/4 C Brown sugar

3/4 C Granulated sugar

1 Egg (or substitute)

1/3 C Almond butter

1 tsp Vanilla

2-1/4 C gluten-free Flour (I use Bette Hagman's recipe w/ 2 tsp. xanthan gum)

1 tsp baking soda

1 package chocolate chips

Heat overn to 375. Mix butter, sugar, egg, almond butter and vanilla. Stir in flour and baking soda. Stir in chocolate chips. Drop dough by rounded teaspoonful about 2 inches apart onto ungreased cookie sheet. Bake until light brown, about 10 minutes. Cool until cookies are set, then remove from cookie sheet. DON'T try to take them off too soon!

Good luck!

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Papaya muffins ... use any gluten-free banana bread recipe, but substitute papaya for banana, sunflower seeds for pecans and craisins for raisins.... I like it with a little extra brown sugar and loads of craisins ... yum !!

marcia

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