Where To Buy Mi Del Gluten Free 'LINK' Ginger Snaps
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where to buy mi del gluten free ginger snaps
Produced in a facility that also processes or handles wheat, eggs, milk, peanuts and tree nuts. MI-DEL Gluten-Free products are routinely tested using hte ELISA method to ensure gluten-free status as determined by the World Health Organization.
At first, I tried to make a gluten-free crust, substituting a flour blend for regular flour. It was even worse than my first pie crust, but I was determined to keep trying. Again, I researched and baked many pies, but without any success. One was so tough that it even broke my plastic pie cutter. Eating dessert should not be such a struggle.
Instead of trying to compete with gluten and churn out inferior crusts, I decided to just work around it. I created a simple cookie crust using gluten-free gingersnaps, which taste pretty similar to regular ones. I particularly like the Mi-Del and Trader Joes versions, as they have a nice texture and spice level.
Even though these are hard, flat, and far too dry, the amount of ginger in the mix is impressive. These would be great for recipes that call for crushed gingersnaps. 122 calories, 3.5 g fat, 141 mg sodium, 9 g sugar. $1.98 for 16 ounces at Walmart. (3 stars) 041b061a72