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    bake sale treats must be gluten free!

    Michelle Dominic
    Wed Nov 16, 2005 8:26 pm Groupie
    I know if anyone can help its Zarr. Are there any cookies that would pass as gluten free? I know nothing about this so please help with any advice. Thanks

    Wed Nov 16, 2005 9:13 pm Groupie
    Are you after a recipe ? Here's all the cookie recipes in the GF category here at zaar :
    Don't make the oatmeal ones (recipe #125209 ). Oats are often contaminated with wheat and many coeliacs have problems with them too.
    Make sure all ingredients are GF too. Baking powder, vanilla, powdered sugar etc. etc. etc. can all contain gluten.

    Here's a few more :
    Honey Joys recipe #63192 (really easy)
    Cornflake Cookies recipe #101058
    In all of these recipes just make sure the cornflakes and other ingredients are GF.
    Michelle Dominic
    Wed Nov 16, 2005 10:01 pm Groupie
    Thanks bearhouse! I will make the Honey Joys. So please tell me anything I need to know about the following ingerdients.

    corn flakes , will it say gluten free on it? Should I get it at a Health food store to be safe?

    butter, canola or soya or not either?

    sugar ,just regular sugar?

    tablespoon honey, should all honeys be fine?

    I so need your advice, and thanks again.

    Wed Nov 16, 2005 10:22 pm Groupie
    Corn flakes should say gluten-free on the box. I'm not sure about cornflakes in your part of the world, but many here in Australia have barley malt as an ingredient which isn't GF. Health food stores should have several brands to choose from.

    I normally just use a margarine in recipes like these. Most should be OK, just check the ingredients to be sure. We're dairy free in our house as well and that can limit thing a bit.

    Ordinary granulated sugar is fine.

    Honey should be just honey and is fine............ as long as no-one has had a knife in it that has been used to butter bread or on other non-GF items. In a non-GF household it would be a good idea to buy a fresh jar. Same goes for the margarine.......... and sugar if you've used utensils that have been also used in other ingredients (eg. wheat flour).

    Make sure all the utensils you use are super clean too. Metal or glass ones are probably the best to use, as they tend to clean the best and you would be more likely to remove all gluten traces from them.

    Any other questions, please feel free to ask.

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    Catfish Charlie
    Mon Nov 21, 2005 10:38 pm Groupie
    Look for "malt extract" or "malt flavoring" on the corn flakes- if you see this, it is not gluten-free. In the US most have this as well. Same is true with crisped rice.

    My favorite GF cookie is the regulat Toll House chocolate chip cookie, but made with a mix of 50/50 Asian rice flour and glutenous rice flour with a teaspoon of xanthan gum added as a substitute for regular flour in the recipe. They are chewy and delicious!
    Sarah Chana
    Sun Nov 27, 2005 3:00 am Groupie
    Just made these yummy bites this weekend and they were a big hit. I'm pretty sure these count as gluten-free. I know that they are SCD legal, for those who follow the specific carbohydrate diet.

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