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Don't bother with recipies as I haven't gone down that road yet! :D What is you most fav. items????

Cookies?

Bread?

Hamburger/hot dog rolls?

Cereals?

Snacks?

Pasta?

etc..............

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Kinnikinnick cookies, pizza crusts, bagels

Tinkyada pasta

EnerG crackers

Glutano breakfast bars

Think Organic raw food bars

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I just tried Enjoy Life Snickerdoodles! Yum! I am also trying some Brownies tomorrow (they are frozen) or I would have tried them already! Tinkyada Pasta rocks!

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Don't bother with recipies as I haven't gone down that road yet! :D What is you most fav. items????

Cookies?

Bread?

Hamburger, hot dog rolls?

Cereals?

Snacks?

Pasta?

etc..............

Enjoy Life Snickerdoodles and Gingerbread Spice Cookies

GFP Dairy Free Sandwich Bread Mix

Grandma Ferndon's

Envirokidz Peanut Butter Panda Puffs

Lay's Natural Ruffles

Tinkyada Spaghetti

Also--GFP Brownies, Envirokidz Cereal Snack Bars, Lara Bars, GFP Cake and Cookie Mix, Vance's Dairy Free Milk Substitute.

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My current (which implies it changes depending on the weather and my mood--right now, it is a break kick) is:

Chebe Focaccia Bread mix with rosmary, olive oil, tomatoes, and coarse sea salt added to the top

and

Chebe all mix (dairy free) with sun dried tomatoes mixed in and olive oil and coarse sea salt on top

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The only pantry / fridge items I have are:

- Nature's Path Fruit Juice Sweetened Corn Flakes

- Nature's Path Mesa Sunrise

- Envirokidz Peanut Butter Panda Puffs

- GoGo Quinoa Quinoa Puffs

- Mr. Spice Honey BBQ Sauce

- Thai Kitchen Plum Sauce and Fish Sauce

- Marantha nut butters

- my mom eats Tinkyada, but I don't eat rice, so I am not sure how it is - but I hear it's delicious!

- Bragg's Liquid Aminos

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Cookies- Nana's Lemon or Ginger Cookie, Enjoy Life Foods Snickerdoodles, Pamela's Butter Shortbread, Pamela's Dark Chocolate Chocolate Chunk, and Pamela's Almond Anise Biscotti, Whole Foods Chocolate Chip or Ginger Cookies

Bread- I like all of the gluten free Food For Life breads, other than that I haven't tried any other brands yet, Food For Life Rice Tortillas

Cereals- Erewhon Twice Rice, Erewhon Brown Rice Cream, Nature's Path Sunrise Mesa

Snacks- Red Bliss Potato Chips, Lundberg Rice Chips Sea Salt

Pasta- Pastariso Brown Rice Pastas

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Tinkyada pasta

Enjoylife snickerdoodles and Nana's Banana bar cookies

Envirokidz animal cracker cookies--can't remember name, say gluten-free on front of box

Nutty rice cereal!

Lundberg rice chips

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juliem-I didn't know WF had gluten-free choco. chip cookies! It is under their name? In where? The freezer section, cookie section or bread/bakery?

KEEP 'EM COMING! I love the ideas!!! Also shows I agree with some and we are headed down the right path! LOL! :D

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The things in my pantry are:

Newman's Own Fig Newmans

Kinnikinnick Pizza Crusts

Bob's Red Mill All Purpose Gluten Free Flour

Bob's Red Mill Bread Mix

Bob's Red Mill Chocolate Brownie Mix

Mrs. Leepers Corn Spaghetti

Mrs. Leepers Rice Vegetable Spirals

Utz Sweet Potato Chips (they're gluten free!!!)

Cocoa Puffs (thanks sooo much Vincent for the thread on that!!)

I haven't been to the health food store or to Whole Foods in a while. There's usually crackers and asian rice noodle soup too.

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Kinnikinick's pizza crust, Italian white tapioca rice bread, Montana's Chocolate chip cookies and Chocolate Dipped donuts (all kinnikinick)

Tinkyada pasta

1-2-3 Gluten Free Southern Glory biscuit mix and Aaron's Rolls mix

Pamela's deluxe chocolate brownie mix

The Gluten Free Pantry's Old fashioned cake and cookie mix

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The things in my pantry are:

Newman's Own Fig Newmans

Kinnikinnick Pizza Crusts

Bob's Red Mill All Purpose Gluten Free Flour

Bob's Red Mill Bread Mix

Bob's Red Mill Chocolate Brownie Mix

Mrs. Leepers Corn Spaghetti

Mrs. Leepers Rice Vegetable Spirals

Utz Sweet Potato Chips (they're gluten free!!!)

Cocoa Puffs (thanks sooo much Vincent for the thread on that!!)

I haven't been to the health food store or to Whole Foods in a while. There's usually crackers and asian rice noodle soup too.

Aren't the newman's fig bars just wheat free - I don't think they're gluten free. I remember seeing they have barley, oats, etc. in them..?

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Aren't the newman's fig bars just wheat free - I don't think they're gluten free. I remember seeing they have barley, oats, etc. in them..?

Fig Newmans™ Wheat-Free/Dairy-Free

Wheat Free & Dairy Free: Organic Barley Flour, Organic Sugar, Corn Syrup, Organic Figs, Organic Brown Rice Flour, Organic Yellow Corn Flour, Organic Palm Oil, Water, Glycerine, Leavening (sodium bicarbonate, monocalcium phosphate), Vanilla, Xanthan Gum, Salt, Natural Flavor, Soy Lecithin (an emulsifier)

Definitely glutenated :unsure:

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juliem-I didn't know WF had gluten-free choco. chip cookies! It is under their name? In where? The freezer section, cookie section or bread/bakery?

mrsnj, in my Whole Foods store they keep all of these products in the freezer section, it might vary from store to store. Ask someone at the customer service desk right inside the door where to find the Whole Foods Gluten Free Bakehouse products.

Here is a link to all of Whole Foods Gluten Free Bakehouse products:

http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/products/b..._bakehouse.html

I've tried all varieties of the cookies, the brownies, the banana bread, and the pecan pie. They used to have a poppy seed lemon bread too, but I see they don't list that anymore. The cookies are great when you want something in a pinch that tastes homemade. The brownies are good too, banana bread a little dry for my taste. Of course these cost more than an arm and a leg, and also the cookies and brownies are made with soy flour so if you can't tolerate soy it's a big bummer.

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Pamela's baking mix

Pamela's brownie mix

Marys Gone Crackers

Sharwood Pappadums

Whole Foods Bakehouse Prairie Bread

AllerEnergy chocolate chip bar

PureFit bars

Pam

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As far as mixes go, I keep on hand:

Pamela's Amazing Wheat Free Bread Mix

Pamela's Chocolate Cake Mix

Namaste Vanilla Cake Mix

and other pantry items that I have:

Spectrum Olive Oil Mayonaise

Amy's Ketchup, Original BBQ Sauce, Family Marinara Pasta Sauce, and Salsa

Native Forests Organic Coconut Milk

Pacific Rice and Almond Milks

Maranatha Raw Almond Butter

Really Raw Honey

Marin Artichoke Hearts

oh, and for crackers Edward & Sons Toasted Onion Rice Snaps

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:ph34r: AWWWWWW....MANNN!!!!!!!!

Well that explains a lot. I can handle oats but... :angry: they're good, too...

They say wheat and dairy free on the package...I didn't think of the ingredients list...I've been eating them for a long time..hmmm

Thanks ya'll...I should have been more careful..That explains the cramps.

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Bob's Red Mill pancake mix

Pamela's brownie mix

Glutino flax seed bread

Gluten-Free Pantry chocolate cake mix

In most grocery stores, Pamela's chocolate chip cookies are my favorite. But my favorite cookies I've bought anywhere were the frozen Celiac Specialties ones.

I'm not 100% decided on a yellow cake mix...maybe Kinnikinnick.

I haven't found a chocolate chip cookie mix that makes me happy, but I'm ok with just making those.

The best flour mix is what I mix myself, but I've used Bob's Red Mill and Glutano blends with decent results, and I just bought a bag of Betty Hagman to try.

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We Love:

Pamela's wheat free bread mix

Pamela's pancake and baking mix

enviro kidz koala crisp, peanut butter panda puffs and gorilla munch

Robert's gourmet smart puffs, pirates booty and tings.

kinnickinnick pizza crust

ener-G sesame pretzel rings

Tinkyada pasta

kozy shack rice pudding

Good Luck!!

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