Hahaha... sounds like when I try to make something!
If turning them into French toast with maple syrup didn't help them, nothing could. I do applaud your effort.
Every time I make good, old-fashioned country biscuits, I have such guilt! I am sorry that those biscuits were so awful, but there has got to be an alternative that doesn't taste like dried mud. Still, guilt makes me feel so bad on so many levels.xxoxoxo
Oh the sounds you and Mr Jenny must have made tasting those GF free things! Ick! I hope you still feel better though! hugs, Linda
Oh, you tease ;-)
yeah - I can't stomach the gluten free - hang in there.
Jenny, go to Fry's and buy Pamela's Baking and Pancake mix...it is about $18.99 for four pounds...so worth it. It is in like the heathy aisle...we have been gluten free for a year and this has been a life saver for us...all the recipes on the back are delish..There is also a bread and flour mix...I haven't made the biscuits but the bread machine bread is good.
LOL! I read an article about a mom and daughter that have a bakery in Texas that is gluten free! They got tired of eating golf ball tasting pastries and breads so they opened their own business! They are making a ton of money! Now if I could find the darn magazine I would tell you the name of the bakery. Ha Ha! I am tired for a long hard work week. Hugs Anne
oh my goodness...all of your efforts were wasted! Dang gluten goblin strikes again.I hope you feel better soon Jenny!
Good for you for at least trying to make the biscuits into something better. Hey! Maybe it could be a dog treat?
Most GF things I've tasted are beyond disappointing.I even tried a crepe once. Yuck.=)
you should check out the gluten free goddess ... there you will find some AMAZING recipes... really!! I know. It sounds like a contradiction but it's not.
Jenny, you kill me everytime!...lol...I tried some gluten free seeded crackers a few years ago and actually liked them...but then again....I am freakish like that sometimes! How did you find out that you're gluten sensitive?...maybe that's my problem?...hmmm...let me know if I need to be poked with a needle...I did have my son checked awhile ago but he was negative...for celiac disease. Take care,Patti :)
HA! That was so funny! I'm amazed that you kept trying to find ways to eat them!
Poor Jenny. I think your Heaven will be clouds of fluffy bread and pasta and gluten. And none of it will stick to hips or any other part.
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