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    Default Gluten Free Morning Tea

    Hi all
    It's my turn to provide morning tea for play group this week and one of the mums is celiac (sp?) so I need some gluten free morning tea ideas please!

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    You can buy gluten free flour (in my experience white wings does the best one) and just substitute it in one of your normal baking recipes. Basco also does a good range of GF packet mix cakes etc if you don't want to fork out for GF flour for one baking session. Cheesecake is another good one because you can make a biscuit base with GF cookies and then do a normal cheesecake on top.

    Otherwise you could do rice crackers with dips and cheese, fruit, pre-made meringues with fresh cream and fruit, you could buy pre-made gluten free biscuits etc. The health food aisle of the supermarket usually has a big range of GF snacks and morning tea things.

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    Coles has lots of gluten free options some not so tasty though, I highly recommend there gluten free cupcakes from the health food lane, there in a yellow box, I put Cadbury choc chips in then and there beautiful!! (Cadbury chocolate plain is gluten free what a life saver!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lock and Lu View Post
    You can buy gluten free flour (in my experience white wings does the best one) and just substitute it in one of your normal baking recipes. Basco also does a good range of GF packet mix cakes etc if you don't want to fork out for GF flour for one baking session. Cheesecake is another good one because you can make a biscuit base with GF cookies and then do a normal cheesecake on top.

    Otherwise you could do rice crackers with dips and cheese, fruit, pre-made meringues with fresh cream and fruit, you could buy pre-made gluten free biscuits etc. The health food aisle of the supermarket usually has a big range of GF snacks and morning tea things.
    Good ideas here, but if you go with meringues, there is only one type of ready whipped cream that is gf so best to buy pouring cream and whipping it yourself.

    Basco, Melindas, Macro and Orgran have yummy packet mixes, Melindas choc brownies are nice and Basco banana bread. As a one-off it might not be worth buying gf flour and other ingredients.


 

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