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Gluten free pizza crust !

Saturday, April 06, 2013

I bought bisquick this week and made a pizza the crust raised and was like a pan pizza i like thinner crust . Does anyone else have a better crust idea for pizza ! It wasn't to bad . Also bought some gluten free sugar cookies haven't tried them yet but i like the vanilla sandwich cookies ok not as good as regular but not bad with a cup of coffee ! Hope you all are working things out in your spiritual life and physically . Doing devotions and eating healthy is taking care of the soul and body ! emoticon Long day went to the flea market bought a picnic basket with handles to keep my craft stuff in . I'm going to try to get back doing what i can in the craft line . Dh got me a small led hunting light to put on my head to read at night and its adjustable ! We thought maybe the bigger spotlight to do cross stitching might work . Can't hurt to try ! Have a great sabbath day tomarrow ! emoticon
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    257 days ago
    We use the cauliflower pizza crust recipe on Sparkrecipes. It is really good, and low carb. My husband loves it.
    1898 days ago
  • TEALADY0531
    Thanks, Vickie, for the gluten-free reports! Keep 'em coming! I like the GF Bisquik for pancakes, only thinner than the recipe on the box calls for. When they're thinner they get all crisp on the edges, and aren't mealy at all in the middle - they're delicious. The GF Bisquik makes a wonderful coffeecake as well - very easy with pie filling. I can mail it to you, if you like. I got the recipe from the Betty Crocker website - they have a lot of gluten free recipes (all made with their products, of course, but they're good, nonetheless.).

    Hope the light helps with your crafts - a blessed Sunday to you!! emoticon
    1900 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/7/2013 8:28:32 AM
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