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Glutino Products

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I have tried the Glutino products and the taste is really good for the BAGLES .. the PIZZA .. The NOODLES ... THE MACARONI, CEREAL BARS...... we also use the kinnkinick white sandwhich bread ( after putting in a bag and using the steam to soften the bread.) big big revelation ..... its ucky if you dont...

But Is the cakes good... and what else seems to be good... I got the glutenfree pantry brownie mix... but yet to give the 1 1/2 year old brownies.

I have tried and tried and have made many leaps and bounds trying new stuff ... But it is still a bit borning is there stuff out there that I should try?

thanks chris

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I tried Grandma Ferdanan's before...their cinnamon rolls were good but their burritos were disgusting, I had to throw them out after one bite...I was really excited about burritos too! i can't seem to make a good one

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Are you talking about the same grandma Ferdon's???? A Bakery in northern wisconsin, I didn't know she made burritos!

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I just made this super easy chocolate cake recipe I got out of the gluten free kitchen cookbook. It was really good, my husband said he couldn't tell it was gluten free. It was made with corn starch and potatoe starch. I have never made a cake from scratch before this and it literally took me 10 minutes to mix up!

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Our diet is more limited, given our food allergies. But we like the Orgran pasta that comes in a can. Not for every day. It's rather expensive. But it makes a good quick meal. Daughter also likes most of the Enjoy Life products.

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For pre-made baked goods and bread, The Grainless Baker is amazing.

Celiac Specialties makes incredible donuts. That is the only thing I've tried from the, but I heard their cinnamon roles are also awesome.

For cake mixes, I love Namaste chocolate cake mix. You would never know this is gluten free.

And if you want to make baked goods from scratch, I always turn to the recipes in Annalise Roberts book, gluten-free Baking Classics.

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I have tried the Glutino products and the taste is really good for the BAGLES .. the PIZZA .. The NOODLES ... THE MACARONI, CEREAL BARS...... we also use the kinnkinick white sandwhich bread ( after putting in a bag and using the steam to soften the bread.) big big revelation ..... its ucky if you dont...

But Is the cakes good... and what else seems to be good... I got the glutenfree pantry brownie mix... but yet to give the 1 1/2 year old brownies.

I have tried and tried and have made many leaps and bounds trying new stuff ... But it is still a bit borning is there stuff out there that I should try?

thanks chris

I like Glutino crackers & bread sticks and several of the their cookies. One I find useful their cream sandwich cookies; there are at least 3 varieties.

what I like about them; the cookies are packed 2 to a pack. I can pt them in my purse and have a smack. Rather expensive.

Betty

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Here are some things that my family enjoys..and not all of us eat gluten free.

Pamela's pancake mix, Dowd & Rogers cake mixes, Tinkyada pasta, Amy's rice Mac & Cheese, Amy's cheese enchiladas, Ian's gluten-free Chicken Nuggets and fish sticks.

Hope this helps.

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