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I saw a Olive Garden commercial and realized how much I miss breadsticks and alfredo sauce!!!!

Does anyone have a good breadstick recipe or know of a good soft breadstick????

Thanks, Jess

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Namaste pizza dough makes wonderful breadsticks. Simply form it into a rectangle and then cut it in strips after it has baked. I've also made a foccacia bread that could be made the same way. Can't remember which cookbook it was in. Maybe Carol Fenster? I quit making it when I discovered the Namaste mixes.

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Try Carifaith's Breadsticks from this thread.

http://www.glutenfreeforum.com/index.php?s...9;s+breadsticks

At first some of the ingredients seemed odd but even the gluten eatrers in our family like them. If you cut the opening of the plastic bag a little larger, you'll end up with small loaves that are good for making sandwiches. I discovered this by accident!

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I dont have a recipe but all of our family love these. I defrost kinnikinnick hot dog buns and slice them in half lengthwise. Cover them with butter/margarine and garlic powder or garlic salt. If you eat dairy there is a spread that tastes good on it too but the name is slipping me right now, if your interested in it I can ask my mom as she uses it regularly. Then you broil it just until its lightly browned how you want it, keep a close eye on it as it takes just a short time to lightly brown. There also no need to cool it down after it cooks since to me it gets warmed up perfectly by the time you are done but not too hot.

The hot dog buns have no dairy in them but they do have egg.

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Try Carifaith's Breadsticks from this thread.

http://www.glutenfreeforum.com/index.php?s...9;s+breadsticks

I make these breadsticks a lot and everyone loves them.

My tweaks to the recipe:

I normally throw in a couple of tablespoons each of sorghum flour and flax seed meal, and use roughly 1/2 honey and 1/2 molasses instead of the 3 TBSP of honey in the recipe.

I also find I need to bake them longer to get them to actually start to brown - more like 15 minutes.

Good luck!

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Thanks Guys!

I made the recipe tonight and it was good. Ended up a little larger than I would have liked but that was operator error! :D

My craving is now gone!!!LOL

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Chebe is soft and chewy on teh inside but the outside is hard. Not so sure how those would be with alfredo..might have to try that!

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If you make the breadsticks, then freeze, and thaw for serving~they are not crisp on the outside, but still soft and chewy on the inside.

BTW I find it saves me a lot of time by doubling the recipes/ make up two mixes and freeze. Then I can rotate through the frozen goodies and bake once a week.

Laura

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