I'm in Montana and had no idea they had GF pizza in Billings. I've shared it with my GF family that lives in the area and I can't wait to try out ZPizza when I'm in Billings in May. Thanks so much for this information!
Fitness Minutes: (23,689) Posts: 12,292 4/27/09 5:49 P
I wonder if Omaha Godfathers are the only Godfathers Pizza that has Gluten Free Pizza? I have not seen it advertised here in Arizona. Of course, I have not been really looking. So I think I will look to see if Godafathers Pizza is having it here also. I am glad more and more places are doing gluten-free. There are so many people I am learning that cannot have gluten. I thought I was one of the rare ones but I am not. GOD BLESS! Louise
Thank You for sharing this recipe. I think I would use Splenda and cut the amount. I am going to try it. In Arizona we have Picazzo's Gourmet Pizza which has a large gluten-free menua. Isn't it great that Pizza places are doing gluten-free?! GOD BLESS! Louise
My best recent discovery has been Pamela's Simplebites Ginger Mini Snapz. They are great little ginger cookies and I want to try to make a pie crust with them for a pumpkin pie. I eat too many when I buy a bag though so I need to leave them at the store most of the time and only buy them for special occasions. (A serving is 8 cookies and they are 115 calories.)
current weight: 158.0
Fitness Minutes: (111,641) Posts: 19,001 4/21/09 2:30 P
I know, a strange title. I just wanted to let everyone know that Gluten Free is making its way into mainstream Montana! We have a Ze Pizza in Billings and they are now serving Gluten Free Pizza! Its AWESOME! So nice to be able to order pizza for the hubby and I at the same place at the same time! On another note, I know that the point of this whole thing is to help eachother loose weight, but my mom just gave me a great, simple recipe that with the right ingrediants could be good for the waistline as well!
Quick & Easy Peanut Butter Cookies 1C peanut butter (any kind you like) 1 1/2C sugar (splenda would work well) 1 large egg 1 tsp baking soda
Cream the egg and 1C sugar. Add the peanut butter and baking soda. Mix until the mixture is crumbly, but hold together when pressed together. Roll into balls and then roll in the remaining 1/2C sugar. place on greased cookie sheet. Using a fork, press the cookies down making a criss cross pattern. Bake for 10-12 minutes at 350. The perk of these cookies is they're not horribly fattening if you use the right ingrediants and for people like us, they're gluten free! Besides, once in a while we all deserve a little treat for all the work we do, right? Happy spring!
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