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I am CRAVING cheese-its (its become a dirty word in my book). I was wondering if anyone has found a gluten free item that comes close? Or I am even game for a recipe. Something, to get rid of this craving. Thanks for all of the help in advance.

Ali

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There's a recipe on here called Brazilian Cheese Bread, and to me it tasted just like a big Cheez-it, but softer. I'll bet if you rolled out the dough thinly and baked it, it would come pretty close to Cheez-its. If you do a search on this site, you should be able to find the recipe.

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I made these "cheesy" crackers the other day, they tasted really good but they didn't crunch. We ate them in soup. Very tastey crackers. A toss between cheese nips and wheat thins according to my taste buds.

http://www.recipezaar.com/321887

I used cornstarch, xanthan gum and shortening. When I wrote down the recipe I thought it said shortening but it says olive oil. I doubled the onion powder by mistake but it made them taste good anyway.

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Next time try "double baking" them purple. Let them cool and then put in the oven on 350 for 5 - 10 minutes to make them crisp. This worked for a cracker recipe I tried once when they didnt get as crisp as I like.

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Next time try "double baking" them purple. Let them cool and then put in the oven on 350 for 5 - 10 minutes to make them crisp. This worked for a cracker recipe I tried once when they didnt get as crisp as I like.

I wondered if that would work. I will try it again, they were good crackers. Another recipe similar said to bake them about 15 minutes. I read it after we ate the crackers. I assumed I needed to bake them longer. Thanks to you I know it should work now ;):) I am glad b/c my younger dd will enjoy them!

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