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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Dear Betty Crocker....

    I add those and up for gluten-free Bisquick!
  2. Egg salad with rice crackers and chunk colby cheese. This is a huge hit at my house. My kids just LAP IT UP!!!!!
  3. Egg salad with rice crackers and chuck colby cheese. This is a huge hit at my house. My kids just LAP IT UP!!!!!
  4. Sugar Cookies

    We are going to try the soft sugar cookies recipe noted above tonight....any tips on rolling out the dough? Hubby is concerned that it will be quite the chore. Thanks Monica
  5. OH Yellow cake with chocolate icing! Bring it on! YUMMO
  6. Definitely go get your thyroid levels checked. It is very common to go HYPER-thyroid before the thyroid decreases function to hypo. That could explain why you lost so much weight before, even though you were trying. Thyroid issues are common for people with gluten issues as well! MOnica
  7. Currently trying to lose 10 pounds for my reunion in September, but when that isn't an issue: Peanutbutter M&M's Peanut M&M's Snickers gluten-free Texas sheet cake with ice cream (served WARM) Apple crisp with ice cream (again served warm) gluten-free Peanutbutter cookies Vans gluten-free Waffles with PBJ Apple Martini's (not food, but a good indulgence) Nut Thins with cheese or tuna YUMMO Monica
  8. I plan to give this a try really soon! It sounds so good. And you say, your child eats it no problem?? Monica
  9. Man, your scraping by menu is better than our standard menu! Monica
  10. Mine depends on what it is. When I inhale raw flour or such, it is almost immediate. I wear a surgical mask when I am baking for my kids functions and such. But if it is a more cooked form, it can take 24 - 48 hours. Hope things improve for you soon! Monica
  11. Alcohol And Celiac

    I drink Apple Martini's and have had no problems whether I make them at home or order them out! Monica
  12. Would Bob's all purpose flour work instead of Pamela's mix???
  13. One of my faves is Amy's rice pizza with Cheese and then my husband doctors it up! Puts either sausage or hamburger on it with various veggies and then extra cheese! YUMMY I make sure he makes a normal pizza for everyone else that is just about the same to make sure my kids don't touch my pizza! LOL I like to take the extra for lunch the next day! We also do grilled shrimp with Rice noodles, creamy sauce (which hubby makes with cream cheese, parm cheese and a little butter) and throw in a ton of veggies! Monica
  14. Those are good ideas for alternatives. Since I don't make them often (mainly around holidays or such) I will stick with the corn syrup, especially since it is only 1 tsp. But yes, if anyone else does the others, please let us know. I am very interested in how it would go. Monica