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Ewww, the brownies were horrible.

I made them from the El Peto mix. Any recommendations for a better brownie mix?

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Ewww, the brownies were horrible.

I made them from the El Peto mix. Any recommendations for a better brownie mix?

Have you tried the Betty Crocker gluten-free brownie mix? I really like it and even gluten eaters like it, too (like my son, who does not have celiac).

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Have you tried the Betty Crocker gluten-free brownie mix? I really like it and even gluten eaters like it, too (like my son, who does not have celiac).

I agree the Betty Crocker gluten free brownie mix is really good. Unfortunately I had to stop using it when I when soy free.

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I agree the Betty Crocker gluten free brownie mix is really good. Unfortunately I had to stop using it when I when soy free.

How about Pamela's? I don't know what it contains though. I know the King Arthur gluten-free brownie mix doesn't have soy.

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Thank you, I'll try the Betty Crocker next.

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We are going over to my mom's house tonight and we are making chicken parm (the chicken is breaded with almond flour and we are using homemade sauce), salad and Annie Chun's pad thai noodles as the pasta.

For dessert I am trying Pamela's vanilla cake mix and I am making a peanut butter cream cheese frosting.

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Nothing special tonight. My kids haven't learned gluten-free cooking yet.

We have a hug pot of chili and some biscuits from last night.

And I am working on a bottle of wine from my son.

Happy Mothers Day everyone.

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Nothing special tonight. My kids haven't learned gluten-free cooking yet.

We have a hug pot of chili and some biscuits from last night.

And I am working on a bottle of wine from my son.

Happy Mothers Day everyone.

Happy Mothers day to you too :D

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Tonight is Ground turkey,white rice and cabbage stir fry.

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I had a 2 or 3 week old cabbage in the frig and decided today was the day, I had to cook that head of cabbagge! (I am a master procrastinator.) I finally dedcided on Hungarian cabbage casserole after persuing several recipes online and reading all the reviews. I added sauteed ground chicken, ground sirloin and ground Italian sausage so that it could be a lunch for several days. We need our protein!

It was good, but wasn't done until about 30 minutes after DP's charcoal grilled chicken was done. Happily, I called my neighbor and asked if she was up for another wierd lunch for work tomorrow. She's a good sport and said "Bring it on". She was actually very happy about it. At the end of the day, I'm happy, doubly so because I made dear neighbor happy. (I told her it wasn't especially good, but included all food groups except fruit. So I took her a pear too. I'm pretty sure she'll love the pear. :D

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We are going over to my mom's house tonight and we are making chicken parm (the chicken is breaded with almond flour and we are using homemade sauce), salad and Annie Chun's pad thai noodles as the pasta.

For dessert I am trying Pamela's vanilla cake mix and I am making a peanut butter cream cheese frosting.

That sounds delicious! Way to go. Hi 5 ^^^! :D

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Spanish rice made with brown rice. It smells good! I just hope that my daughter will eat it. She doesn't really like brown rice. But she is on the South Beach diet so white rice is out. Also a side of zesty salsa refried beans.

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I made ground chicken Hawaiain meatballs adapted from Pioner Woman's blog for Meatballs with Pineapple and Peppers.

My breadcrumbs were Udi's sandwich bread that has been in the freezer for over a year, whirled them up in my mini food procesor. I followed the :D rest of the recipe pretty closely. I stuck a piece of parchment paper on the cookie sheet before freezing those little balls. (They were prone to stick. Anyway, they came out great! :D

Hope everybody will wear purple this Friday, it's for Lupus awareness. I'll be sporting purple. I

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I made ground chicken Hawaiain meatballs adapted from Pioner Woman's blog for Meatballs with Pineapple and Peppers.

My breadcrumbs were Udi's sandwich bread that has been in the freezer for over a year, whirled them up in my mini food procesor. I followed the :D rest of the recipe pretty closely. I stuck a piece of parchment paper on the cookie sheet before freezing those little balls. (They were prone to stick. Anyway, they came out great! :D

Hope everybody will wear purple this Friday, it's for Lupus awareness. I'll be sporting purple. I

LOL...I Allways wear Purple!....and blue and green...but ALOT OF PURPLE...LOL! Will do! :D:D:D

Oh...we're having seasoned broiled chicken, Bokchoy and mushrooms! simple...but tasty!

And don't for get the garlic...LOL!

Chicken hawiain meatballs...yummyyummy! :P

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I did barbecue pork burgers with swiss cheese and corn on the cob with watermelon before and after. :P

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Beef short ribs, asparagus, and probably mashed potatoes.

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We had chicken enciladas and gaucamole tonight with nuked Mission cornchips and sharp cheddar cheese. I think I'm stuck Cinco de Mayo! I'm making homemade ancho sauce right now.

Glad you'll be wearing purple cougie! xxx :( That' being a friend, babe!

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I made these corn dog bites.

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I used a gluten-free cornbread mix and buttermilk.

They were a big hit.

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I made these corn dog bites.

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I used a gluten-free cornbread mix and buttermilk.

They were a big hit.

Yummy, I must try. :D

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I made these corn dog bites.

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I used a gluten-free cornbread mix and buttermilk.

They were a big hit.

I saw those on Pinterest!

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Tonight is gluten-free cheeseburger and fries and chocolate coconut shake night...so I can see if that sends that kid screaming to the bathroom like In-n-Out.

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Had ginger lime grilled chicken and fried potatoes. Homemade cupcake and Prosecco. Yummy!!!!

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Hope everybody will wear purple this Friday, it's for Lupus awareness. I'll be sporting purple.

Will do, honey! ;) I have you in my thoughts.

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Pizza with watermelon sorbet for dessert.

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Had ginger lime grilled chicken and fried potatoes. Homemade cupcake and Prosecco. Yummy!!!!

What is Prosecco?

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