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Cornbread Stuffed Acorn Squash

 Mark As Read    

Every Friday we take an inspiration from Pinterest and try to make a similar recipe – most of the time, we use the recipe as written and sub in Better Batter products. This week, however, the photo inspired us to do something on our own. This would be a great side dish any time, or [Read More...]

Better Batter 6 days ago

Holiday Shipping Dates

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Don't wait too long to order your Better Batter! You still have one day to order for estimated delivery before Thanksgiving. You will need to order by 12/19 for estimated delivery before Christmas. Short on time and buying this as a gift for a loved one? You can also buy them a gift card!

Better Batter 6 days ago

Cranberry Pumpkin Pie

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This dessert is both show stopping and easy – traditional pumpkin pie gets an update with a layer of cranberry filling and a streusal crust. Serve room temperature or slightly warm for best taste and texture. Pastry 1 recipe Pate Sucree, prepared Pie Filling 3/4 cup granulated sugar 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon salt [Read More...]

Better Batter 7 days ago

Southwest Turkey

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This turkey is inspired by the flavors of the American Southwest – a richly spiced mole rub creates a lovely and unique take on the traditional Thanksgiving turkey. The filling,  based on traditional tamale fillings, is savory and light and combines perfectly with the meat. Served with fresh cranberry salsa and tortillas, this combination als...

Better Batter 7 days ago

4 Places to Find Food Allergy Support

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by Steph Weber, contributor When you’re first diagnosed with food allergies, it really can be a shock to the system. And it doesn’t just affect the person receiving the diagnosis. Since food is so ingrained in social situations, it commonly trickles over into all relationships, including those with spouses, children, parents, friends, coworkers, et...

Better Batter 7 days ago

November is Adoption Support Month!

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by Doug Sloey, Founder Blair Hope for Families In 1976, Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis announced an Adoption Week to promote awareness of the need for adoptive families for children in foster care.  In 1984, President Reagan proclaimed the first National Adoption Week, and in 1995, the month of November was declared National Adoption Month ...

Better Batter 12 days ago

Chicken Corn Rivel Soup

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This PA Dutch Favorite is perfect comfort food for cold nights, when extra calories and carbohydrates help keep the body warm and the metabolism running. Rivels are a PA Dutch form of dumpling, kind of like spaetzle, and are very easy to make. Combined with corn, chicken, and root vegetables, this makes a great main [Read More...]

Better Batter 21 days ago

Pumpkin Roll

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This variation of the classic jelly roll cake is ubiquitous in Pennsylvania in the days leading up to Thanksgiving – a spiced pumpkin cake is rolled around cream cheese filling and allowed to firm up overnight – the result is rich, decadent, filling, and utterly beautiful. In our house, we use Daiya brand diary free [Read More...]

Better Batter 21 days ago

Pumpkin Poke Cake

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Every Friday, we try a recipe from Pinterest, swapping out Better Batter products in the regular recipe, to see how our products work as a cup for cup substitution. This Friday, we were inspired by this delicious sounding cake idea, which combines the warm flavors of fall (pumpkin and spice) with caramel and toffee. Delicious! [Read More...]

Better Batter 24 days ago

Multiple Allergies? Make This Candy!

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Halloween is all about the candy (at least for most kids) and while it's fun to go trick or treating, it can be a real drag when half of what you bring home is unsafe, due to allergens. In our house we've got dairy, gluten, and peanut/tree nut allergens, so three quarters of what gets [Read More...]

Better Batter 28 days ago

KitKat Clone Recipe

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It wasn’t until recently that I realized my children had literally never had a KitKat before, so I decided to develop this recipe for a candy bar that would be similar. The secret to this recipe is making the wafer cookies – also called fairy cookies – you want to make them paper thin and [Read More...]

Better Batter 28 days ago

Twix Clone Recipe

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In college I practically lived off of Twix and Dunkin Stix from the hall vending machine, especially during crunch time for exams. It wasn't until recently that I realized my children had literally never had a Twix before, so I decided to develop this recipe for a candy bar that would be similar. Three layers [Read More...]

Better Batter 28 days ago

Butternut Squash Fries

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Looking for something fun to do with all that winter squash that is in season at the Farmer's Market? Instead of the traditional soups, mash, or breads and cakes, why not make this delicious side dish – an easy way to sneak extra vitamin C and A into even the pickiest eaters, these ‘fries' are [Read More...]

Better Batter 28 days ago

Pumpkin Corn Fritters

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This recipe combines the best of fall flavors – pumpkin and corn into delicious little bites that are lightly spice and lightly sweetened. Dusted with powdered sugar and served with warm maple syrup, these make a filling breakfast or a unique dessert. Don't be afraid to make these a day ahead of time – they [Read More...]

Better Batter 28 days ago

Product Review: Snyder’s Gluten Free Pretzels

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You guys have asked us to give you a review of other brands that we've tried, to help to find the good ones and avoid the yucky ones. Today we're diving into Snyder's Gluten Free Pretzels. You should know we bought these babies outright at our local grocery store – there is no secret shilling [Read More...]

Better Batter 35 days ago

One Bite Apple Dumplings

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Regular apple dumplings are delicious, but they can be a calorie bomb for those of us watching what we eat. This easy and delicious little appetizer/dessert is great for Fall Themed parties and allows you to have just a little sweetness without the massive calorie intake of a full sized dumpling. We found this adorable [Read More...]

Better Batter 35 days ago

Spider Web Pancakes

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Here's another spooky good idea for Halloween – spider web pancakes! These lightly spiced, pumpkin pancakes are perfect for serving all October – not into spiders? Make pumpkins instead 2 c Better Batter Gluten Free Pancake and Biscuit Mix 1-2 c water 1/3 c pureed pumpkin (canned pumpkin) 1/8 tsp pumpkin spice 2 eggs (optional) [Read Mo...

Better Batter 35 days ago

Mummy Meatballs

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This great, kid friendly dish is easy to prepare and fun to serve for your next Halloween themed get-together. Seasoned meatballs are topped with shredded cheese and decorated with peppercorns to make ‘spooky' mummies. 1 lb lean (at least 80%) ground beef 1/2 cup Snyders Gluten Free Pretzels, ground up 1 Tablespoon BB Seasoned Flour [Read Mor...

Better Batter 35 days ago

Halloween Fruit Pizza

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Every Friday we try to do a pinspiration post – this week we found this great idea for pumpkin shaped fruit pizza, and we loved the idea so much we decided to do one of our own! Serve this for a fresher take on a holiday favorite theme. Sugar Cookie Dough 1 c butter flavored [Read More...]

Better Batter 38 days ago

Sugar Cookie Cheesecake Cups

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There have been a lot of recipes floating around for ‘shot glasses' made from brownies, cookies etc. This delicious take on the idea combines our delicious autumn sugar cookie recipe with cheesecake filling. Chopped walnuts and caramel drizzle dress up the dessert. Serve for a decadent little snack or fancy dessert this fall. Sugar Cookie [Re...

Better Batter 42 days ago

Autumn Spice Sugar Cookies

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This smooth, slightly spiced dough is great for rolling out and cutting into fall leaves, pumpkins, cats, or any other Autumn themed shape you desire. Easy to handle, this makes a great hands-on craft to do with kids. Make sure you make the dough the night before, for best results. This recipe makes between one [Read More...]

Better Batter 42 days ago

Allergen Free Protein/Recovery Drink

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Everyone says that sweetened chocolate milk, with its ratio of 3 parts carbohydrate to 1 part protein is a perfect recovery drink. For those of us allergic to dairy, that's not really an option, and for many of us with food allergies, a lot of the protein drinks out there are our of bounds due [Read More...]

Better Batter 54 days ago

Black Licorice Cupcakes (with decorating instructions)

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Let's admit it: Black Licorice is not for everyone. But those of us who love black licorice REALLY love it. Most black licorice is off limits due to the wheat flour used in traditional recipes, so we created these cupcakes to give the same delicious flavor without the gluten and made them extra easy to [Read More...]

Better Batter 54 days ago

Trick or Treat: Tips for a Food Allergy Safe Halloween

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Ah, Halloween! For many people, dressing up in costume and trick or treating is a cherished childhood memory, but for those of us who have a child with food allergies, this can also be a really scary – and not in a movie way – time of year. We asked our friends at Facebook for [Read More...]

Better Batter 54 days ago

Autumn Rolled Pork Loin

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The warm smells of roasting pork, apple, cinnamon, ginger and oranges waft through the house in this special dish, bringing with them the scents of autumn and the promise of good company and celebrations to come. While easy to make, this dish is incredibly impressive and sure to please your guests. 2-4 lb boneless pork [Read More...]

Better Batter 54 days ago

Terrifying Truffles

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Looking for something to serve at your next Halloween or Zombie themed party? Filled with easy, chocolatey, two minute microwave fudge and painted to look like monsters, skulls, or eyeballs, these truffles are easy to make and are sure to please the palates and terrify the minds of your guests. Make sure you buy safe, [Read More...]

Better Batter 54 days ago

Portable Brocolli Quiche

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Looking for something quick and easy to take to work or pack for school lunches? This recipe packs well, carries well, and freezes well. Pop a couple of these little hand pies into the microwave or toaster oven for a minute each. Add optional protein, and you'll have a complete lunch that is warm, satisfying [Read More...]

Better Batter 88 days ago

Lower Fat Chocolate Chocolate Chip Muffins

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What is the secret ingredient in these moist and delicious muffins? Well, it depends on who you ask. For most people it's the prune puree, which adds both moisture and body… but for me it's the small amount of chocolate chips, which add a decadence to the muffins that are often missing in healthier baked [Read More...]

Better Batter 90 days ago

Chocolate Covered Banana Cake Donuts

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The flavor of these donuts just explodes in your mouth – fantastic banana flavor, rich and fudgy chocolate combine for a moist treat that will last several days at room temperature. Best of all, this recipe calls for only three ingredients! So awesome. This recipe makes 12 donuts. If you wish, you can make it [Read More...]

Better Batter 90 days ago

10 Quick and Easy Breakfast Ideas

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It's that time of year again – fall is just around the corner, and school has started up. Our mornings get crazy, so it's good to have some easy to grab, easy to make breakfasts besides cereal, cereal, scrambled eggs, and more cereal. Here are a few of my favorite breakfast ideas for you (I'll [Read More...]

Better Batter 91 days ago

IHOP Style Tuscan Scramble

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IHOP describes its new Tuscan Scramble as "fantastically fresh and totally Tuscan-inspired. Sweet basil, roasted red peppers, garden-fresh spinach and diced ripe tomatoes with Parmesan all atop fluffy scrambled eggs. Tuscany awaits!" The secret to those fluffy eggs? Pancake batter. This sounded awesome, so I decided to make it with Better Batter Gl...

Better Batter 95 days ago

IHOP Style Garden Omelet With Fluffy Eggs

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The secret to IHOP's fluffy eggs and omelets is a small amount of pancake batter added to the beaten eggs before cooking. That's great for taste and texture… but not so good for people on a gluten free diet, so I decided to create this clone of their popular garden style omelet – you can [Read More...]

Better Batter 96 days ago

Pineapple Cream Cheese Zucchini Bread

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The origin for this recipe came to us from Lindy Tachick, who provided a recipe and picture on our Facebook query for interesting Zucchini bread. I was taken with the cheesecake swirl in the picture she provided and decided to give her recipe a try.  As hard as it is to believe, I was almost [Read More...]

Better Batter 97 days ago

IHOP Style Harvest Grain and Nut Pancakes

 Mark As Read    

Our version of one of IHOP's most popular menu items is comforting and filling and really very nice. We've made it easy to throw together with our Better Batter Gluten Free Pancake and Biscuit Mix. Allergic to nuts? Feel free to eliminate nuts altogether or substitute hulled sunflower seeds or pine nuts instead of the [Read More...]

Better Batter 98 days ago

Poor Man’s Shellfish-Free ‘Crabby’ Patties

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Nobody will guess these crab cakes are actually made from grated/chopped zucchini – this is a fantastic way to sneak veggies in and use up that overflow of squash that always seems to hit this time of year, and it is also a nice option for those who are allergic to shellfish, or who don't [Read More...]

Better Batter 102 days ago

Mango Chai Zucchini Bread

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This is a delicious bread and very easy to make – you can either bake it, or you can cook it in the slow cooker. Baked, it has a crispy caramelized top and a tender crumb; while cooked in the slow cooker, it is super moist and soft. If you don't have access to fresh [Read More...]

Better Batter 104 days ago

Slow Cooker Zucchini Moussaka

 Mark As Read    

This dish is an old family favorite, made easy with the use of a slow cooker. We used an excess of zucchini to make this variation on the traditional moussaka, and I swaped out dairy free whipped potatoes in place of the dairy based behcamel sauce. 1 large zucchini (about 2 lb) sliced into 1/4 [Read More...]

Better Batter 105 days ago

Sharing The House With Glutenoids: Does Everyone Have to Go Gluten Free Because I Do??

 Mark As Read    

You've been sick for so many years you can't even remember what it's like to feel good anymore. You test and test and finally (finally!) your doctor comes back with a solid result – you're gluten intolerant. No drugs are required: all you have to do is eat this ‘gluten free' diet and you'll heal, [Read More...]...

Better Batter 105 days ago

Taking the Anxiety Out of a Gluten Free Diet

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Contributor Emma Foote Whether you need to follow a gluten-free diet because you have celiac disease or to help manage another health problem related to gluten sensitivity, making the switch to a diet free from gluten is often daunting. While Better Batter flour and mixes [2] can help you to enjoy tasty and affordable gluten-free [Read More...]

Better Batter 108 days ago

Lemon Hand Pies

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Fried Pies are a popular staple in the South, and this is one of the most popular flavors. This recipe makes about 10 large pies. Make sure you allow the pies to cool before eating – frying makes the lemon curd lava hot! You may also bake these if you wish (see the variation below) [Read More...]

Better Batter 109 days ago

We Recently Took A Trip to the WorldVision Distribution Center In Pittsburgh

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Ever wonder how the organizations your support function on a practical, day-to-day level? We often ponder this. It's important to know how a charity runs, where they use the money and items you donate, and how they handle the cultures they come into contact with. We wanted to get a clearer picture of how one [Read More...]

Better Batter 110 days ago

Mock Apple Bars

 Mark As Read    

Your family will never guess that these bars are made out of the bumper crop of zucchini that is overtaking your garden – they taste, smell, and look absolutely like the real thing and are very delicious.   Filling 9 c zucchini, peeled, seeded, and diced into 1/2 inch dice 2/3 cup fresh lemon juice [Read More...]

Better Batter 110 days ago

We’ll be at Worldvision this week!

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Hi everyone! I'll be with my husband and teammates at the Worldvision center this week, helping them get shipments of clothing, food etc ready for shipping overseas. What a wonderful opportunity to see their work in action! Worldvision is one of our chosen charities through their clean water project. Since I'll be gone, you won't [Read More...]...

Better Batter 120 days ago

Lemon Ginger Faux Matzoh Balls

 Mark As Read    

I wanted to replicate avlegomono (Greek lemon and rice soup), but wanted something a little more filling this week, and thought ‘why not add those flavors to matzoh balls??'Seeing how it is summer, I really didn't feel up to making matzoh just so I could make matzoh balls, so I experimented with gluten free rice [Read More...]

Better Batter 124 days ago

Lemon Trifle

 Mark As Read    

This trifle is a cinch to whip together thanks to our five minute microwave angel food cake, and commercial lemon curd and whipped topping. We used slightly softened frozen cranberries from our food storage for this recipe, but you can add any fresh berry, for a fabulous contrast in taste and texture. If you have [Read More...]

Better Batter 125 days ago

Five Minute Microwave Angel Food Cake

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Looking for a dessert that takes only a few minutes to make and is easily adaptable to a wide range of other dessert ideas? This recipe for angel food cake only takes 5 minutes to cook in the microwave! While it is a little denser than regular angel food cake, it's perfect as a base [Read More...]

Better Batter 126 days ago

Denny’s Style French Toast

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The secret to Denny's famous french toast is a very light batter coating, rather than the traditional egg and milk custard most people use, and the use of thick cut bread (Texas Toast). You can use commercial bread, with this recipe, if you like, or you can make your own Texas Toast, with one of [Read More...]

Better Batter 129 days ago

Moons Over my Hammy Clone Recipe

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Denny's has some pretty good food, if you like basic American restaurant fare. But where they really shine is in their breakfast selection, especially in this breakfast sandwich that combines scrambled eggs, cheeses, and ham into a combination that is simply amazing. We developed this clone recipe because – as far as we know – [Read Mor...

Better Batter 131 days ago

Denny’s Original Grand Slam Clone Recipe

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One of my favorite memories as a child was being taken to Denny's for their Grand Slam breakfast – at $1.99 it was a steal, and a yummy steal at that. Fast forward 30 years, and I am no longer able to eat gluten, and the Grand Slam is no longer $1.99, but I can [Read More...]

Better Batter 133 days ago

Grilled Chocolate Orange Cupcakes

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Each Friday we take an inspiration from Pinterest and try to make it, using Better Batter gluten and allergen free products. This week, we found this really intriguing recipe for grilled orange cupcakes. The cake batter is grilled right in hollowed orange shells. We made this version allergen free and easier by using our cake [Read More...]

Better Batter 136 days ago
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