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Land'o'lakes Website With Recipes And gluten-free Tips

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I wanted to see if some old hot chocolate packets I have are gluten-free, so I went to the Land'O'Lakes website and was surprised to find a bunch of gluten-free baking recipes. (I'm not sure how far Land'O'Lakes products are distributed, but you all can access this website anywhere.)

http://www.landolakes.com/mealideas/gluten-free-recipes.cfm

I still need to find out for sure about the cocoa mixes ('Cocoa Classics'). They're TO DIE FOR, and I'm hoping I can still have them...

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That's a great site--the chocolate chip cookie recipe is excellent! :D

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Thank you so much for posting this! These recipes look terrific!

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That's a great site--the chocolate chip cookie recipe is excellent! :D

Have you made them? I haven't tried making gluten-free baked goods yet, and I think I've been a little scared.

I used to bake a lot (before gluten-free). I don't know if it's because those flour mixes look so complicated (I have probably 5 varieties and some xatham gum in my freezer) or because I'm afraid of what the end results will taste like (I've tried two store-bought types of gluten-free cookies, and they tasted like chalk!)

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I still need to find out for sure about the cocoa mixes ('Cocoa Classics'). They're TO DIE FOR, and I'm hoping I can still have them...

Here's an email reply I got today (Dec 31, 2009) about their hot cocoa. I'll probably try it and track for any reaction:

"To date, the FDA and USDA have not defined the term "gluten free." LAND O LAKES

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Have you made them? I haven't tried making gluten-free baked goods yet, and I think I've been a little scared.

I used to bake a lot (before gluten-free). I don't know if it's because those flour mixes look so complicated (I have probably 5 varieties and some xatham gum in my freezer) or because I'm afraid of what the end results will taste like (I've tried two store-bought types of gluten-free cookies, and they tasted like chalk!)

When I experiment with a new recipe, I make 1/2 a batch. Cookie flops make great ice cream sandwiches ;)

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