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So, I've got no money to get to the store, so I need to make something with what I Have on hand.

I've got no yeast, of course, except one packet that I'm pretty sure is nasty bad, lol! I found it hidden under some stuff in the cabinent - and there's no way I'm using it (it doesn't feel grainy, it feels mushy).

So, I've got Sorghum, Tapioca, Garbanzo and Bob's Red Mill All Purpose gluten-free Flour. Oh, and corn starch. Eggs, almond milk. Sugar. Brown sugar. No cream of tartar, cause I asked my hubby to pick it up - and he came home with tartar sauce <_< .

Any ideas or recipes?? My kids are bread-aholics, and I don't know how we didn't get enough groceries for the week!! We're even down to our last 2 apples (which they are currently eating, lol). I've got to work tonite, and I want something to feed them besides hot dogs...

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No cream of tartar, cause I asked my hubby to pick it up - and he came home with tartar sauce

We could not let our hubby's go to the store together, this is something mine would do also.

Make pancakes!!

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We could not let our hubby's go to the store together, this is something mine would do also.

Make pancakes!!

Ha Ha! The sad thing is, he asked for help - and the lady handed him the tartar sauce! WtH? Whatever...

Yeah, I made chocolate waffles with some cocoa I had in the cabinent. Put some peanut butter on them, and they were super yummy and filling! As far as dinner goes... I'm still at a loss. Hubby will have to improvise ;).

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Ha Ha! The sad thing is, he asked for help - and the lady handed him the tartar sauce! WtH? Whatever...

Yeah, I made chocolate waffles with some cocoa I had in the cabinent. Put some peanut butter on them, and they were super yummy and filling! As far as dinner goes... I'm still at a loss. Hubby will have to improvise ;).

How about muffins or plain waffles to wrap around the hot dogs? Do you have xanthan gum? Or baking powder, soda?

recipe for plain muffins, needs baking powder and shortening:

http://www.bobsredmill.com/recipes_detail.php?rid=109

Can you make beanie wienies?

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It's too late for your dinner, but here is my "daily bread" recipe that would work for you.

Soft Flat Bread

4 Egg Whites

2 Egg Yolks

1/2 C Almond Flour (can buy at Trader Joes)or any flour would probably work

1 tsp. Butter (or oil)

1 tsp. Honey

Dash of salt

Beat egg whites until they form soft peaks. Then beat egg yolks with butter and honey. Sprinkle almond flour and salt onto egg whites, pour egg yolk mixture on top and gently stir until it's all mixed together. Pour/scrape onto cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. (This is the best stuff ever invented!) Smooth with the back of the spoon to about a 12" x 12" square, making sure that the thickness is consistent. Bake at 350 for 12 minutes. Remove from oven and slide bread, parchment paper and all onto a cooling rack.

I use a jelly roll type pan (instead of a cookie sheet) that has little holes in it - a pizza pan with holes in it would work well too - that makes it a little drier/crispier on the bottom.

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