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The Travelor’s Dilemma: Three Things To Do Right Away If You’ve Been Glutened

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You've planned carefully, alerted all your hosts and hotels about your dietary needs, and packed plenty of emergency rations. You've even printed out cute little cards in other languages to ensure that people really do understand that you cannot have gluten in any form…. you should be good to go, right? You might be. Or [Read More...]...

Better Batter 2 days ago

Crock Pot Pulled Chicken

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This recipe is a great recipe for making when you're really busy and don't want to be fussed with heating up the kitchen. It is one our our Pinspired recipes, and the original comes to us from Providence Design. We have adapted it to our own tastes. You can use a commercial gluten free bread/bun [Read More...]

Better Batter 2 days ago

Corn Dogs

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Corn Dogs Ahhh . . . corn dogs . . . one of my childhood favorite foods . . . fried, crispy, yummy fair food . . . one of the things I miss occasionally now that I (and my children) are on a gluten-free diet. From time to time, the kids ask for corn [Read More...]

Better Batter 2 days ago

Triple Berry Brownie

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Just in time for Memorial Day weekend, show your patriotic side and bake this fun dessert! Triple Berry Brownie highlights a layered brownie with delicious cream cheese filling and is topped off with perfectly ripe fruit. Because fruit on top of any dessert makes it healthy, right? 1 box Better Batter Gluten Free Fudge Brownie [Read More...]

Better Batter 4 days ago

Are Treatments on the Horizon to Cure Celiac Disease?

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Currently, the only “cure” for celiac disease is to adopt a gluten free lifestyle. But if researchers and science have their way, there could be more options on the horizon. In the Name of Science Not surprisingly, pharmaceutical companies have entered the gluten free scene. Currently, there are several drugs that are moving through the [Read More....

Better Batter 10 days ago

Strawberry Rhubarb Kugel

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Here is a cake that we actually serve as a side dish on Shabbos (Sabbath). We call it a "kugel" A Kugel is traditionally a kind of pudding or casserole of noodles or potatoes, but its basically evolved into any kind of casserole with fruits or vegetables that we can call a side dish! Since [Read More...]

Better Batter 11 days ago

Lemon Raspberry Loaf Cake

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With Spring in full bloom I find myself wanting fresh flavors.  Light delicate sweet cakes.  This one fit perfectly!  Not too tart, not too sweet, the raspberries just bursting with flavor….  wait, I gotta go make another because it went fast and I miss it already!  Enjoy! Lemon Raspberry Loaf Cake Ingredients:     1 1/2 cup [Read More...]

Better Batter 11 days ago

Chocolate Chip Zucchini Muffins

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This moist and cake-like chocolate chip zucchini quick bread is the perfect way to make sure you are eating your vegetables but still enjoying a sweet treat. Make these as muffins or mini muffins for an on-the-go snack or to pack in school lunches. Adjust the size pan and cooking time as directed below. 3/4 cup [Read More...]

Better Batter 11 days ago

Pear Dumplings

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Pear Dumplings (a Murphy/Boyd family recipe)  Recently we celebrated my husband’s birthday.  (I’ll refrain from sharing our ages because I’m still in denial about mine!)  When asked what kind of cake he would like to have, he gave his typical answer, “German chocolate cake.”  The only problem with his choice is the dislike the children [Read More.....

Better Batter 15 days ago

Dairy Free Cheeseburger Soup

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In late spring, when the days can get hot but the nights stay cold, it can be hard to decide whether to grill out on the deck or cozy up to a hot bowl of soup. This recipe satisfies that ‘beginning of summer' craving for a good burger without the need for a grill. Whipped [Read More...]

Better Batter 18 days ago

Chocolate Chip Blondies

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This super easy blondie recipe combines the buttery flavor and chocolate chips from everyone's favorite cookies with the appealing texture of brownies. One of my favorite go-to recipes for a last minute dessert, these blondies are made with pantry staples for the nights when you need a quick treat and they come together in a [Read More...]

Better Batter 18 days ago

Jennifer Johns’ Never Fail Chicken and Dumplings

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When contemplating making my bi-weekly menu and shopping list, I began looking through the cabinets and refrigerator and freezer to see what ingredients remained in my kitchen. Upon returning to my computer to input my findings, I found a message from my daughter, “Chicken and dumplings, pretty please, with a cherry on top?” How can [Read More...]

Better Batter 18 days ago

Chalupas

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While the classic, traditional chalupa is a thin, fried corn tortilla (made in the shape of a small bowl), in the US we have come to know the term to describe a puffy fried ‘taco shell' made of flour, more akin to fry-bread than anything. If you've never tried a ‘US chalupa', it's definitely worth [Read More...]

Better Batter 24 days ago

Patrick Auger’s Killer Allergy Free Chocolate Chip Cookies

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If you have multiple food allergies but still want to enjoy delicious, warm fresh-from-the-oven chocolate chip cookies, we've got you covered! Patrick Auger created this gluten, dairy, egg, tree nut, peanut and soy free recipe for our site. What a delight – you'll find these cookies are every bit as good as the big ‘mall [Read More...]...

Better Batter 24 days ago

Cinnamon Banana Bread

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I can't believe I've never made banana bread before.  Wow this was so easy!  It came out moist and fluffy and not overly sweet.  I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as my family did! 1 egg 1 cup sugar 1/2 cup butter, at room temperature 1 teaspoon vanilla 1/2 cup milk 2 overripe bananas, mashed 2 [Read More...]

Better Batter 25 days ago

3 Gluten Free Expos Worth Visiting This Year

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It seems like each year, more events are cropping up that specifically focus on gluten free living. After years of no one really speaking about the disease publicly, it’s nice to be able to congregate with like-minded folks. If you’re lucky enough to live near one, or you can manage to travel this year, these [Read More...]

Better Batter 25 days ago

Patrick Auger’s Vegan GFree Chocolate Chip Muffin Tops

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These fantastic little gems come to us courtesy of Patrick Auger, a dear friend and amazing pastry chef who works tirelessly to create the same kind of delicious goodies that you would find in any professional bakery. This recipe is particularly great because it meets multiple dietary needs, without sacrificing taste, flavor or texture. Follow [Rea...

Better Batter 31 days ago

Marshmallow BBQ Sandwich

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Don't turn away in disgust just yet – we discovered this fabulous sandwich combination quite by accident during a family outing, when my youngest son – always prone to experimenting with flavors – combined several lunch choices onto one piece of bread and insisted we try a bite. The flavors meld surprisingly well, with the [Read M...

Better Batter 31 days ago

Artichoke Flatbread

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If you love hot artichoke dip, you're going to love this easy flatbread, which requires only a few ingredients, and cooks in only a few minutes but tastes like you've put a lot of effort and thought into it. You can make this bread under the broiler or on the grill.  Serve this flatbread cut [Read More...]

Better Batter 31 days ago

Product Review: Gluten Free Special K

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There have always been a pretty decent quantity of naturally gluten free breakfast cereals at the health food stores and local groceries in my area, but it's always nice to see a normal brand put out a gluten free version of a well loved and popular standby. When I saw the box of Special K [Read More...]

Better Batter 31 days ago

High Fiber Flatbread

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Are you looking for a bread that is high in fiber and easy to make? This yeast free griddle bread contains about 5-7 g of fiber per bun, requires only 3 ingredients, can be whipped up at  a moment's notice and doesn't require the use of your oven! Perfect for making breakfast sandwiches (pictured), you [Read More...]

Better Batter 38 days ago

Libby’s Mango Pear Muffins With Cinnamon Streusal Topping

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As a mom of two children with Celiac, I am constantly working on creating yummy gluten free snacks to send to school. My daughter is currently in 1st grade and although she knows her snacks are different because they are gluten free, I don't want her to feel deprived at all so I try to [Read More...]

Better Batter 39 days ago

Chocolate Hazelnut Spread and Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast

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Every once in a while a special occasion comes along and you really need a WOW recipe, and sometimes that special occasion is nothing more than Saturday morning!  This brunch is easy (I promise! If you can make a sandwich, you can make this French Toast!) and it will impress everyone you invite over.  If you choose [Read More...]

Better Batter 39 days ago

An Update for our Friends

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Hi everyone, I just wanted to check in quickly – as of 5pm today, we've been able to raise $6075 in donations and an additional $36,000 in product sales thanks to your generous support! This means we have MET our deadline for paying off the vendor who was threatening to add fees etc that would [Read More...]

Better Batter 43 days ago

Better Batter is Facing a Crisis

 Mark As Read    

Hi guys, this is never a note a CEO wants to write: Our expansion growth has outstripped our cashflow and a few of our vendors decided to make our bills payable in full this week. If we can't pay them immediately, they will cease operations/services to us – namely producing the product and shipping the [Read More...]

Better Batter 45 days ago

Milky Way Brownies

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These amazingly delicious brownies were submitted to us by Jean Edeal, who created a gluten free version of a recipe she found here using Better Batter!  You don't have to worry about the ingredients being gluten free or not (as a lot of recipe which call for actual Milky Way bars will do) . Best [Read More...]

Better Batter 45 days ago

Pina Colada Bars (VEGAN)

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I developed this vegan version of my new pina colada bars so that those who don't do eggs could still enjoy the creamy goodness that is this dessert. These allergen free Pina Colada bars are a tribute to the sun soaked beaches and laid back atmosphere of the island and are easy to whip up [Read More...]

Better Batter 45 days ago

Pina Colada Bars

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There are a lot of creative ways to ‘hack' the traditional lemon bar. The warming spring sun got me thinking about beaches, which led me to thinking about happy memories in Puerto Rico. These gluten free, dairy free Pina Colada bars are a tribute to the sun soaked beaches and laid back atmosphere of the [Read More...]

Better Batter 45 days ago

Patrick Auger’s Springtime Lemon Bars

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This great recipe from one of our customers, Chef Patrick Auger, is as bright and sunny as the springtime sunshine! Sweet and tangy, these bars are also dairy free.  _______________________. This recipe makes 24 bars. Ingredients Crust 1 cup Earth Balance Soy Free Baking Stick 1/2 cup Better Batter Corn Free confectioners' sugar 1 ¾ [Read More...]...

Better Batter 45 days ago

Tax Tips: Gluten Free Edition

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Eating gluten free can mean extra out of pocket costs, especially when you’re just starting out, trying lots of new items to find the ones you like best. And even if you’ve been diagnosed for years, you probably still go through busy seasons of life where you rely more heavily on prepackaged goods. Did you [Read More...]

Better Batter 46 days ago

Crustless Spring Vegetable Quiche

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I love quiche, but I don't love the work that goes into it.  This is a great, easy recipe to whip together – and it requires no rolling out of dough or other time consuming prep, but still gives you that warm, comforting, satisfying quiche flavor. Because it doesn't have a crust, it's also a [Read More...]

Better Batter 49 days ago

7 Allergy-Friendly Candy Companies for Easter

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Seems like we were just trudging our way through a dreary winter and now we’re already into spring. And that means Easter is upon us too. Like many others, one of the big annual Easter festivities in my family is putting together an Easter basket. Around here, the contents of those baskets usually fall into [Read More...]

Better Batter 57 days ago

5 Minute High Fiber Artisan Bread Dough

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If you’ve been looking for a great bread dough that can be made ahead of time and baked as needed, look no further! This is a great dough, which can be formed into a large variety of shapes. The extra psyllium powder really gives the dough a feel and handling ability similar to regular bread [Read More...]

Better Batter 59 days ago

5 Minute Basic Artisan Bread Dough

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If you've been looking for a great bread dough that can be made ahead of time and baked as needed, look no further! This is a great dough, which can be formed into a large variety of shapes. Add any mix-ins you wish and the possibilities are endless! I've included a pdf, for those of [Read More...]

Better Batter 59 days ago

Bergamot Blueberry Muffins

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These muffins, bursting with plump, juicy blueberries and softly scented with bergamot are perfect for breakfast on a bright spring or summer day. Because they stay moist for days, you can pack these for trips or to take along with you when you're heading out for early morning meetings.  If you're having trouble sourcing a [Read More...]...

Better Batter 59 days ago

Why Giving Is Important To Us

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If you follow our facebook statuses or newsletters, you know we mention our giving and advocaacy projects just about every week. Perhaps you've wondered why we're so driven to give back to and improve the world. I thought I'd take a moment and share our background and why we do what we do. We give [Read More...]

Better Batter 59 days ago

Creamy Scalloped Potatoes

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Scalloped potatoes are a great dish – the warm comfort of baked potatoes, wrapped in a rich cream sauce. It's a great side dish and pairs exceptionally well with the traditional Easter ham. This recipe is a great, basic, no frills recipe and can be adjusted in an almost infinite variety of ways. Need to [Read More...]

Better Batter 59 days ago

Easy Baked Alaska

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March 30th is Seward's Day in Alaska -the day the US bought Alaska from Russia, so I thought I'd make this delicious Baked Alaska to celebrate. Baked Alaska can come in a variety of flavors and forms, but I went with a classic yellow cake and neopolitan ice cream combination. You may use any flavor [Read More...]

Better Batter 66 days ago

Patrick Auger’s Famous Bread Machine Loaf

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One of the best recipe developers and bakers I know is Patrick Auger, who works tirelessly for nothing more than the love he has for our community to create delicious baked goods. This recipe is a result of months of testing that Patrick undertook when he heard me casually mention that I couldn't find a [Read More...]

Better Batter 66 days ago

6 Gluten Free Grains {Other Than Rice} Worth Trying

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You tend to fall into a gluten free lifestyle one of two ways: You’re immediately forced into it after a celiac diagnosis or You’re sick of feeling sick so you opt to try a GF diet – and many times, end up realizing you’re gluten sensitive. And no matter which route you take, the fear [Read More...]

Better Batter 66 days ago

Smith Island Cake

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March 25th is Maryland Day, so I thought this week would be the perfect time to try my hand at a Maryland regional favorite – Smith Island Cake. For those who don't know, Smith Island cake is a many layered white or yellow cake (or occasionally other flavors) filled with a fudge-like icing. Rich and [Read More...]

Better Batter 66 days ago

Faux Crab Quiche (shellfish free)

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I have always been intrigued by seafood dishes, and I love a good quiche better than almost anything, and one dish I've seen that has always made me curious is crab quiche. The price of crab is usually way beyond what I want to pay for a family meal, and we really don't ‘do' shellfish [Read More...]

Better Batter 80 days ago

Naomi’s Coconut Cream Pie

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If you like coconut, you'll love this light and creamy, delicious pie made with coconut milk and topped with toasted coconut. This pie keeps well without weeping or separating, and you'll love the textural contrast between the nutty, chewy texture of the toasted coconut and the smooth, silky feel of the filling. This pie should [Read More...]...

Better Batter 80 days ago

Product Review: Absolutely Gluten Free Flatbreads

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Many years ago I bought several brands of gluten free crackers that were both wildly expensive and sorely disappointing. A short while later, our local Sam's Club came out with a brand of rice crackers that was gluten free. While the texture was a bit tough/hard, the price was right, and I'd been scarred enough [Read More...]

Better Batter 80 days ago

Pillsbury Grands Style Butterflake Biscuit Clone

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Fluffy and flaky, warm and buttery, there is very little in the way of side dishes as delicious, popular, and satisfying as a basket of super flaky biscuits. When I was a child, my sisters and I would sit for what seemed like forever peeling and eating one layer at a time – I am [Read More...]

Better Batter 80 days ago

The Higher Costs of Gluten Free Products

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Great gluten free products are everywhere – and new products are arriving in our stores every day. But if you're anything like me, sometimes you've got to ask yourself "why are all these products 3 times the price of normal products (or more!)?!?" Below you'll find some of the reasons for those up-charged prices.   [Read More...]...

Better Batter 81 days ago

Easy Irish Faux Rye Bread

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I wish I could reach through your screen and hand you a slice of this moist, springy, delicious bread! I created this bread thanks to the requests of our friends over at Facebook for a rye bread for St Patrick's Day, and let me tell you: I am in love with this stuff. It is [Read More...]

Better Batter 87 days ago

McDonald’s Style Shamrock Shake Clone

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Why pay big bucks and risk getting sick when you can make a delicious shamrock milkshake right in your very own home? There are a lot of clones out there – my memory of the Shamrock shake involves a minty/vanilla flavor and a thick creamy texture.  I found that the secret to getting the texture [Read More...]

Better Batter 87 days ago

Should Celiac Disease Be Considered a Disability?

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Last month, news broke of a class action lawsuit that could shake up the celiac world, or at least bring more attention to the growing health condition. A California woman filed a suit against the popular restaurant, P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, claiming that the restaurant is violating the civil and disability rights of its gluten-free [Read More......

Better Batter 87 days ago

Irish Cream Cupcakes

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We used a few basic easy to find ingredients to recreate the taste of Irish Cream in an extra moist, super delicious cupcake – top this cupcake with whipped cream. You can even add green sprinkles for a Saint Patrick's day treat. 1 package Better Batter Gluten Free Yellow Cake Mix 1 3/4 c cream [Read More...]

Better Batter 94 days ago
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