honey wheat bread.
Then I heard that one of these gals has Celiac and cannot eat anything that has wheat, barley or rye in it. I don't know what I would do if I couldn't eat bread...
I soon came across Redhead Recipes, who announced that Chex (corn and rice) is Gluten Free ~ and I knew what I had to make for my gluten free friend...
Muddy Buddies. Also known as Puppy Chow.
So easy to make, so addicting, and so good!
You can find the recipe HERE.
I made sure all the ingredients (cereal, peanut butter, chocolate chips, butter, vanilla and powdered sugar) said Gluten Free on them. If I couldn't find it, I looked it up on the Internet.
She was thrilled to get a treat, and appreciated that I took her diet into consideration.
After talking to her about baking gluten free products, and asking about a gluten free blog site, she highly recommended Gluten Free Girl and the Chef. More than just recipes for the gluten free diet, here is a story about a writer, discovering the joy of finding food that loves her back and falling in love with The Chef, her partner in life and cooking.