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Bette Hagman's Biscuit Mix

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Okay, I've been cooking gluten free for almost two years now....and I'm feeling brave enough to try my hand at baking again! My first attempts in the beginning were disastrous, and I have used pre packaged mixes ever since.

SO, I got a Bette Hagman cookbook, and tried the Biscuit Mix. First of all, I was expecting it to be more the consistancy of Bisquick, but it was more like a dough. Then I added the egg, beaten with 1/4 cup water, and the dough was really wet! The recipe says to roll and pat out the biscuits, but they are way too wet for that. I might be able to do a drop biscuit......I have the dough in the fridge right now hoping it will firm up.

I'll have to double check and make sure I measured right. I spent $15 on ingredients for these, I was really hoping they would be good! I could have just bought GFP mix for that price really. Maybe I'm just not a baker, lol.

Does anyone use the Bette Hagman biscuit mix with success?? Any tips for me? Thanks.


Tamara, mom to 4 gluten & casein free kiddos!

Age 11 - Psoriasis

Age 8- dx'd Celiac March 2005

Age 6- gluten-free/cf, allergy related seizures

Age 4 - reflux, resolved with gluten-free/cf

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I have never used Bette Hagman's mix, as I am allergic to rice. However, I have noticed that when I bake with my flours, the dough/batter is not the same as when I used wheat flour. I have made the drop biscuits, and they were quite good. I liked them best crumbled into soup.


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