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Where Do I Buy Hamburger And Hot Dog Bun Molds?

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I am just beginning to follow the Gluten-free Casein-free diet for my 9 year old son because he has autism and I want to see if it helps. Where can I buy all the kitchen gadgets that are so helpful for experimenting with all these cool flours?

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I just bought the Increditble Edible Gluten Free Food for Kids book -- By Sheri L. Sanderson.

In the book she has a recipe for hot dog buns -- I have not tried it yet but... you take a 12" long strip of foil and fold it in half to 6" long then in half again to 3" long and in half again until the foil is a thick strip about 1.5 inches tall. Then you bring the ends of the foil strip together (like a paper chain) tucking one end into the folds of the other end to connect. Grease well. Shape the mold into an oblong about 2.5" wide at the center and place on a well-greased cookie sheet. ~~Home made mold.

For Hamburger Buns she suggests greased tart-sized pie tins about 1/3 full of dough.

Good Luck -- Hope someone can suggest where you can find molds :)


Rebecca

Partial Gluten Free March 2007

Completely Gluten Free February 2008

Tapioca Starch/Flour Free April 2008

No MSG July 2008

Cut out Nitrates//Nitrites January 2009

Problems with Tomatoes and Potatoes -- Cut out Nightshades Aug '09

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I posted about these a year ago for hot dog bun pans. I haven't done much with hamburger buns, but there are these cups that I've seen at krogers that might work. They're like custard cups, but bigger.

Here's a link to the thread about the bun pans:

http://www.glutenfreeforum.com/index.php?s...mp;#entry297364

Paulette

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I actually picked up a three-pack of mini cake pans at target a month or so ago, they worked well and i may buy more - but i've also been using chebe a lot for my son, and those dont need a pan, they can be formed on a cookie sheet.


Cara - 42, mom to dd 15, ds 12, ds 4

Off gluten and dairy (and tapioca ;-( ) since 11/07

A.L.C.A.T. test showed over 50 sensitive foods

Celiac panel came back negative.

Regular allergy testing reacted to every inhalant and all but 6 foods.

Slowly adding in foods, started w 19 and now have 25

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Bakers catalog (King Arthur) has a hamburger pan. They charge $30 for it, but they also sell english muffin rings for about 10 dollars that can be used for hambugers. They used to sell hot dog buns but not anymore. I like the foil option.


Dyan

Daughter, 12, Celiac disease dx by blood test, no biospy. Severe tree nut allergies.

Son, 10, eczema since birth practically. No food allergies. Asthma

Son, 7, severe tree nut allergies, and asthma.

Husband has A LOT of Celiac symtoms but will not get tested. (Fool)

Me, I am waiting for my blood work to come back, but I have zero symtoms.

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King Arthur flour has lots of very sturdy baking pans in all kinds of shapes, but beware, once you're on their mailing list you'll get catalogs full of pictures of wheat-flour baked goods to drool over - I call it celiac porn!

Another member suggested getting small foil pie pans and gently bending the bottom to more of a hamburger roll shape, then washing and reusing them. Using English muffin rings or 4" round cookie cutters also works well. You might be able to bend some of the round cookie cutters to hot dog roll shape. Or do the easiest thing of all, and just eat the hamburger or hot dog with a fork and no bun. It's actually easier to pile on toppings that way. Most gluten-free rolls will fall apart before you're done eating and you'll have to do that anyway.


Lee

I never liked bread anyway.....

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I purchased a Muffin Top Pan from the Bed, Bath & Beyond web site that makes the perfect sized hamburger buns.

I am just beginning to follow the Gluten-free Casein-free diet for my 9 year old son because he has autism and I want to see if it helps. Where can I buy all the kitchen gadgets that are so helpful for experimenting with all these cool flours?

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