I wasn't thrilled with the pizza mix either, but here is what I did. I rolled it out, slathered it with butter, brown sugar, pecans, cinnamon. Rolled up like you would for cinnamon rolls, cut fairly thin, flatten out with my hand, just a little bit, bake and not too bad. Loads of calories though.
Doing a lot of research is absolutely necessary, to keep up with the safe food lists and what's going on in the field of research. www.celiac.com is a great site for information, recipes, etc.
Posts: 10,015 2/27/08 6:34 P
I'm no help here.
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Posts: 15 2/27/08 6:16 P
I've never tried the mixes. (Is it Chebe or Cebe?) -- at http://www.chebe.com/recipes.htm there are various recipes including tips on combining the different mixes in various recipes.
Posts: 52 2/26/08 8:04 P
I've got 8 packages of the Cebe Pizza mix and my family is burned out on it. Any ideas on what I can do with it? We just bought a new bread machine (love it!)
Has anyone tried the bread machine recipes from the Cebe website?
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