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gluten-free Grahm Crackers

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Anyone know of any out there, at all??

I got some chocolate grams at the Health Food Store back in July... JO-SEF was the Brand name... Not sure that I miss them enough to buy more...

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Kinnikinnick S'moreables . . . love 'em. Whole Foods does not carry them (they don't carry any Kinnikinnick product). I had to get them at a local health food store. I'm sure you can order on line also.

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I second the Kinnikinnick S'moreables. We've also tried Josef's cinnamon, chocolate, and vanilla graham crackers...they were square, very hard, more like a shortbread cookie. Kinnikinnick is more crumbly like a graham cracker and better flavor. Enjoy!

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LOVE the smorables :) mmmm..

i buy a package of them and keep them on hand. i like them for a snack or for a graham cracker crust for my cheesecake. delicious!

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There is at least one gluten-free mix (by Jules Shepard) to make your own graham crackers. Not sure of the rules for linking so I'll just put a link to and article on the main page of this site about the company:

http://www.celiac.com/categories/Gluten%25...duct-Companies/

I've had "pop-tarts" made with this recipe at a demonstration at a local Whole Foods and they were pretty good. I've not tried to bake my own.

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My absolute favorite (and the best in my opinion) are my The Grainless Baker. In addition to making a great snack or a yummy s'mores, they make an incredible crust for cheesecake or any other baked good you need a crust for. Whenver I make cheesecake I use these and always get the same comment that the crust is the incredible and totally makes the cheesecake.

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Kinnikinnick S'moreables, yes I think they are good. I don't eat them plain.

S'more Brownies

You can break them up and add to a brownie mix. Then frost with melted marshmallows (or marshmallow fluff).

This is also good with some candy corns sprinkled on top for Halloween.

Toffee Bars

Line a 9x13 pan with foil. Then line the bottom with whole graham crackers.

Boil for 3 minutes:

1 cup brown sugar (dark or light)

1 cup butter

Pour over crackers.

Bake in 400 degree oven for 5 to 10 minutes.

Take from oven and toss on 6 ounces of chocolate chips and 1/4 cup chopped nuts.

May return to over for a few minutes to soften chips, gently spread chips just a little over the top.

Chill 30 minutes (if you can wait that long)

As with most gluten free items store in refrig.

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Yes, again, on the Kinnikinnick S'moreables! They are wonderful! I was giddy when I made s'mores a couple of weeks ago. :D

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