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Udi's bread is the best I have tried! Although I have a great bread machine book that makes an amazing white bread. It is called 125 Best Gluten-Free Bread Machine Recipes by Donna Washburn and Heather Butt.
In fact I have tried many of the loaves with great luck. I prefer them over store bought.
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I found this recipe on the blog "Adventures of a Gluten-Free Mom".
3 cans of Tomato Soup 1 can of water (can be omitted if your soup is not condensed) 1 cup milk (optional, I omitted it) 1bl / 16oz Gluten-Free Pasta (Try and look for rings or shapes) 6oz Velveeta Cheese (I used a lactose free cheddar cheese instead)
Cook the pasta as directed, mix the ingredients and serve.
This recipe makes a lot of food. About six bowls full enough to fill up an adult. It really does taste like the canned version, well not entirely, I think it tastes WAY better.
If you have kids that are having a hard time coping with a gluten free diet or if you're just an adult like me that really likes stuff like this, this is a great recipe.
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