Bob’s Red Mill

Bob’s Red Mill

What can I say about Bob’s Red Mill? I think you all might have read my prior posts about their Wheat-Free Mighty Tasty cereal. You know, the one I made into terrific muffins for breakfast.

Or maybe you too have discovered their Homemade Wonderful Bread mix.
I LOVE this mix.
For the Kid’s fest, Bob’s was very generous and sent their chocolate chip cookie mix, cornbread mix, pizza crust mix and bread mix.

I ended up cooking a lot the day before the Kid’s Fest, but it was worth it.
When I see a gluten-free child (or adult) enjoying the first breadstick or corn muffin since they went gluten-free, it just brings a song to my heart.

How did I make breadsticks you ask?
Simple, just mix up the pizza crust recipe as per the instructions.
Then put the dough into a large ziploc bag. Cut one corner off of the bag about 3/4 of an inch away from the point.

Using the bag like a piping bag, pipe the dough out into long stripes on a cookie sheet dusted with sesame seeds or coarse salt and rosemary. Scatter more seeds or salt on top.

Then just let them rise and bake per instructions till golden brown.

Voila, breadsticks!

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    [...] we haven’t found a non-dairy cheese alternative that makes the grade with Mr. 9. Next time, I’m going to try making this bread sticks recipe from the pizza crust mix, and just give him some sauce for dipping — I think that will be a big [...]

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