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my toaster oven is all glutenated as is my toaster

do you have any suggestions on how i can make these gluten-free toaster waffels?

with out these appliences?

i have no and i mean no money to buy one for my self

i also want to know how to make up a menu plan that is budget friendly pallet friendly for a newbie here

oh and i have to be lactose free as well

im just having such a hard time and find it very over whelming

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my toaster oven is all glutenated as is my toaster

do you have any suggestions on how i can make these gluten-free toaster waffels?

with out these appliences?

i have no and i mean no money to buy one for my self

i also want to know how to make up a menu plan that is budget friendly pallet friendly for a newbie here

oh and i have to be lactose free as well

im just having such a hard time and find it very over whelming

Could you put a piece of foil on the toaster oven rack before you toast? Scrub the heck out out of it first.

We have had many threads about budget eating. If you don't buy alot of the gluten-free cookies, pastas & breads, you can eat pretty cheaply.

Go to the top right corner of your screen. "Search Forum" I tried searching by "Budget" and " cheap" and alot of different threads came up.

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You can buy toaster bags for the toaster. these are supposed to provide a gluten-free enviroment but after 1 or 2 boxes to could have bought a new toaster.

There are plenty of mainstream alternaties but certainly not the healthiest .

cereals:

Chex

Fruit and cocoa pebbles cereals

kix

if you mix with a natures path cereal you get more fiber and protein.

snacks

Tostito's chips

Utz brand chips and cheese curls (plain or BBQ only)

Popcorn check but many brands are fine

Nature valley granola bars has 2 gluten-free bars and my girl can tolerate the oats and honey and dark chocolate variety

Use corn tortilla for wraps just warm well in microwave and serve warm or they break

Oscar Mayer brand bologna, turkey and hot dogs are gluten-free

Packaged sliced cheese like Sargento or store brands are usually safe. Not processed cheese.

Yoplait yogurts that are plain or fruit ,no cake or pie varieties

Most yogurt that is plain or vanilla is fine, buy dark choc chips as a mix in they will love it and it's cheaper than flavored yogurts

All fresh fruit is fine, just wash skin well

I'm sure others will chime in with more.

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Taoster waffles in oven

Lower rack to 1 below top and set to broil

Place foli, spray with non stick spray on rack

put waffles on foil and toast each side till brown

when you have time scrub your racks really well and keep them gluten-free and you can pop things on them without contamination fear for future use.

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thanks for all your suggestions

i ended up cleaning the toaster oven really well and it worked quite nice

i bought a bread mix today and made a loaf of bread it turned out really well it was nice to eat bread again

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