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    Easter Brunch

    Tisme
    Fri Mar 29, 2013 5:55 am
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    O.K...... I know other forums might be able to help ... but I like the help from the friend's here... icon_biggrin.gif
    I need some quick and healthy brunch ideas for this Sunday.... (Late decision because of health issues and such).
    So I need diabetic and G.F. recipe ideas....if anyone has any please let me know.
    Usually I get asked to bring a fruit platter and was so glad, when I asked and heard "whatever you would like to bring".... the Hum Drum platter was out the window........Glory Hallelujah...... Or so I thought!
    NOW after thinking..... the platter does not seem so bad....but considering I used to go to a Market to get different and unusual fruit and travelled an hour or more away.... well let's face it...... I just can't be bothered at this late stage....
    SO any idea's..... Oh it is a Barbie Brunch as well.
    **Jubes**
    Sat Mar 30, 2013 9:34 am
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    Rice Flour Crepes - awesome crepes - great for gluten-free and those that eat wheat (maybe not so great for diabetics though).

    These crepes are great for sweet or savoury - can be made ahead and quickly reheated - microwave or quickly in a pan on the barbie or a flat grill plate
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