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Betty Crocker Chocolate Chip Cookies

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I was beyond thrilled when I found baked goods that were gluten free. With much excitement I first tried the Betty Crocker yellow cake...it was terrible. It looked like sponge and tasted just the same. I decided to give the Betty Crocker chocolate chip cookies a shot. They are AMAZING!! Forget Chips Ahoy and Keebler boxed cookies, these cookies were better than any other cookie I've ever had! Even non gluten free cookies cannot meet these standards.They fall apart a little easier but by far surpass any doubts I've ever had about a gluten free cookie :)

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Welcome to the forum, Amyy! Glad your cookies turned out so well!

There are many ways to doctor up gluten-free cake mixes. You might want to check http://www.bettycrocker.com/ and do a search for gluten-free.

Also check http://www.glutenfreely.com/, which is another General Mills website.

The Cake Mix Doctor Bakes Gluten-Free has recipes for variations on gluten-free cake mixes

http://www.cakemixdoctor.com/books/

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Welcome to the forum, Amyy! Glad your cookies turned out so well!

There are many ways to doctor up gluten-free cake mixes. You might want to check http://www.bettycrocker.com/ and do a search for gluten-free.

Also check http://www.glutenfreely.com/, which is another General Mills website.

The Cake Mix Doctor Bakes Gluten-Free has recipes for variations on gluten-free cake mixes

http://www.cakemixdoctor.com/books/

I will be sure to check those websites out :) Thank you for your encouragement :)))

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Interesting...I did not care for the cookies, but loved the cake! I totally agree with Sylvia. Check out those sites! My mom makes things from the Cake Mix Doctor gluten-free all the time for me and keeps some of it for her because she thinks they taste so good! If your into baking, she gives a ton of tips on how to make gluten-free cakes and other baked goods. I'm also on Betty Crocker.com all the time. They have great ideas for baking, but all for appetizers and meals!

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We took one gluten-free cake mix (Pamela's?) and followed the directions to tun it into spice cake and it went from just OK to something everybody loved. HUGE difference.

richard

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Haven't tried the Betty Crocker cake mix or cookie mix, but the CHOCOLATE BROWNIES are fantastic. Waaaaayyy better then the gluten-free brownie mix from Trader Joe's. They are as good (or better) than regular brownies.

Cara

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Haven't tried the Betty Crocker cake mix or cookie mix, but the CHOCOLATE BROWNIES are fantastic. Waaaaayyy better then the gluten-free brownie mix from Trader Joe's. They are as good (or better) than regular brownies.

Cara

I totally agree about the brownies. Way better than gluten brownies. I very slightly under-bake mine and they stay nice and soft for days. I hated the cookies though, so i gave them to my roommates who actually liked them for some reason.

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