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Molica rated and reviewed the recipe Gluten-Free Harvest Pumpkin Spice Bars
Gluten-Free Harvest Pumpkin Spice Bars
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"This was very good and easy to make. I substituted walnuts for pecans since my husband is allergic to walnuts, and we really enjoyed it. The pumpkin "cake" was a little more subdued than I was expecting, thought it was still yummy. And I left the raisins out."
Posted on 3/20/2013
Molica rated and reviewed the recipe Gluten-Free Ultimate Cut Out Cookies
Gluten-Free Ultimate Cut Out Cookies
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"I have been searching high and low for a GF version of those round, frosted sugar cookies that are usually decorated for holidays and this recipe does the trick! I didn't want to make cut-outs, so I didn't really attempt that with this recipe. I just made little balls and the smooshed them with the bottom of a glass. The dough is VERY sticky, so I was NOT sparing with the extra confectioner's sugar when rolling out the dough (I even covered the bottom of the glass in sugar). I tasted the dough before I rolled it out into gobs of confectioner's sugar and it was a little bland - I think that is to account for the large amount of sugar needed to keep the dough workable. Once baked, they tasted wonderful plain, but the icing was truly must-have! Seriously, I would HIGHLY recommend getting the icing listed on the recipe for these cookies. The cookies DID turn out a little crumbly. Frosting them was a bit of a trick, but I let them set out overnight on the counter and they seemed to pull some moisture from the air (we live on the coast so it's relatively humid here). And this also let the outer layer of the icing harden so the cookies could then easily be stored in a sealed container. The next time I make these, I will be trying the applesauce trick that another commenter posted and see if it helps with the moisture."
Posted on 3/20/2013
Molica rated and reviewed the recipe Gluten-Free Chicken and Vegetable Pot Pie
Gluten-Free Chicken and Vegetable Pot Pie
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"My family absolutely loves this recipe. It is super-easy to make and delicious. I usually double the GF Bisquick topping mix and I use a larger bag of veggies (I think it's somewhere between 15 and 10 oz, and it could be Birds Eye brand - I get both Birds Eye and Green Giant). The ONLY issue that I have with this recipe is that the Progresso Chicken Corn Chowder soup is VERY hard to find where I am living and it is too expensive to order it online. "
Posted on 3/11/2013
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Posted 3/20/2013 11:49:33 AM REPORT ABUSE
Gluten-Free Harvest Pumpkin Spice Bars
Gluten-Free Harvest Pumpkin Spice Bars
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This was very good and easy to make. I substituted walnuts for pecans since my husband is allergic to walnuts, and we really enjoyed it. The pumpkin "cake" was a little more subdued than I was expecting, thought it was still yummy. And I left the raisins out.
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Posted 3/20/2013 11:42:30 AM REPORT ABUSE
Gluten-Free Ultimate Cut Out Cookies
Gluten-Free Ultimate Cut Out Cookies
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I have been searching high and low for a GF version of those round, frosted sugar cookies that are usually decorated for holidays and this recipe does the trick! I didn't want to make cut-outs, so I didn't really attempt that with this recipe. I just made little balls and the smooshed them with the bottom of a glass. The dough is VERY sticky, so I was NOT sparing with the extra confectioner's sugar when rolling out the dough (I even covered the bottom of the glass in sugar). I tasted the dough before I rolled it out into gobs of confectioner's sugar and it was a little bland - I think that is to account for the large amount of sugar needed to keep the dough workable. Once baked, they tasted wonderful plain, but the icing was truly must-have! Seriously, I would HIGHLY recommend getting the icing listed on the recipe for these cookies. The cookies DID turn out a little crumbly. Frosting them was a bit of a trick, but I let them set out overnight on the counter and they seemed to pull some moisture from the air (we live on the coast so it's relatively humid here). And this also let the outer layer of the icing harden so the cookies could then easily be stored in a sealed container. The next time I make these, I will be trying the applesauce trick that another commenter posted and see if it helps with the moisture.
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
 
Posted 3/11/2013 12:07:13 PM REPORT ABUSE
Gluten-Free Chicken and Vegetable Pot Pie
Gluten-Free Chicken and Vegetable Pot Pie
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My family absolutely loves this recipe. It is super-easy to make and delicious. I usually double the GF Bisquick topping mix and I use a larger bag of veggies (I think it's somewhere between 15 and 10 oz, and it could be Birds Eye brand - I get both Birds Eye and Green Giant). The ONLY issue that I have with this recipe is that the Progresso Chicken Corn Chowder soup is VERY hard to find where I am living and it is too expensive to order it online.
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
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