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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Oatmeal Creme Pie Recipe ( Similar To Little Debbie's)
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This was given to me by a friend and I cant wait to try them, I miss little debbie's so much! These are her kids favorite cookies. It was a regular oatmeal creme pie recipe and she replaced the oats with quinoa flakes.

Ingredients:

***Cookies***

1 cup margarine

3/4 cup dark brown sugar

1/2 cup sugar

1 tablespoon molasses

1 teaspoon vanilla

2 eggs

1 1/2 cup flour blend with xantham gum

1/2 teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon baking soda

1/8 teaspoon cinnamon

1 1/2 cup quinoa flakes or gluten-free oats

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Oh, my these sound good!

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They are good but I used the gluten-free oats.....

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oh my! those sound terrific! the oatmeal creme cookies are something my daughter misses very much. she doesn't even like to walk by them in the grocery store because it bums her out.

i will have to give these a try. thanks so much!

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Oh, they sound heavenly--but I don't like margarine. Would butter work? Or shortening? Or should I use coconut oil?

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Im so excited to try them, we are all sick right now so it will have to wait till we get better. buffettbride- I hope your daughter likes them.

mamaw- Im paranoid about using gluten-free oats, Im so sensitive it wouldnt shock me if it bothered me too. I bet it would taste good with them though.

fiddlefaddle- I would imagine butter would be fine to use.

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mmm, these sounds good. Sounds like a weekend thing for me to try :) Thanks for posting.

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Has anyone made these yet? I miss those cookies lots and lots! They were my once a day fix right before time to make dinner. I thought they were holding me over until dinner! :blink:

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Manda- your welcome :)

Barb- mamaw post #3 said she made them with gluten-free oats and they were good. I miss little debbies too!

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Gosh! Little Debbie Oatmeal Cremes were my staple in high school!!! :P I can't wait to make these! I have a question about the flour mix - how much xanthum gum do I add? Most of my mixes don't come with it, so I add it to the recipe.

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My wife made these for me and our kids tonight. They are awesome. I ate until I got a stomach ache. We used gluten-free oats and WOW. Anyone that says gluten-free doesn't taste good needs to try these.

Thank you for sharing the recipe with us.

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Laura- i will have to look it up for you tomorrow, I almost always use a blend with it in it.

binky- yeah! Im glad it taste so good, it makes me really excited to try them :D Hopefully next weekend as we are running on fumes around here. Your very welcome :) I was so excited when I read this recipe for the first time its nice to enjoy foods that make us feel normal again before going gluten free :D

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Oh, my these sound good!

Hey Missy, those pecan thingy's u have on for ur pic look very tastey too wouldn't mind sharing the recp'?

Thanks! Bea

Gonna have to try these oatmeal ones as well but will have to stick to the no oatmeal :(

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Gosh! Little Debbie Oatmeal Cremes were my staple in high school!!! :P I can't wait to make these! I have a question about the flour mix - how much xanthum gum do I add? Most of my mixes don't come with it, so I add it to the recipe.

Standard addition of xanthan gum is one teaspoon for every 1- 1 1/2 cups of flour. (I think, I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm wrong.)

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Standard addition of xanthan gum is one teaspoon for every 1- 1 1/2 cups of flour. (I think, I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm wrong.)

You are right, there was a recent post about about how much xanthum gum/cup of flour. It's 1 tsp/cup of gluten-free flour for cookies.

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Sorry Laura, I forgot to post the info on xantham gum, Im having major brain fog today :blink:

Belinda, My friend only uses quinoa flakes and her kids love them hopefully they will taste just as good that way.

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I made these cookies the other day and they were a hit!! Even my non gluten-free friends loved them! I put in gluten-free oatmeal instead of the quinoa and theywere just like Little Debbies! I wasn't sure how it would taste with the quinoa, but I had a recent baking disaster so I was a little aprehensive about using it.

I will definitely make these again!

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Im so glad they turned out well for you! I have yet to try them as I have been dieting lately and I know this would blow it since I would eat too many ;)

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