This is a wee reminder about my very first webinar on the low Fodmap diet. Anyone with digestive issues really should be there to hear about how to implement the diet and how to integrate it into your life. If you suffer and no one can help, this is your chance to listen to someone who has had her life turned around by the discovery of this diet – that’s me, by the way. It is a magical diet which can change lives and I want to share my experience with as many of you as possible so you can have the same transformation in your life.
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I just baked these and I am going to call them cheese puffs because of the way they blew up like mini balloons. I found the recipe on Kate’s blog, Real Food RN. Pop on over to her blog and have a look at what she created. She called them cheese biscuits and that’s exactly what they look like. And she has progress photos to show you how she did it. When I put the ingredients together, my mixture was really wet and so I added another 1/2 cup of tapioca flour and it was still wet so I put the mixture into muffin tins to contain it and the result was cheese puffs, as in the photo. They taste really good but how do biscuits transform into puffs? I suspect it is the tapioca flour which is different. I have found that before – that recipes from very dependable bakers in the US don’t work out for me or work out differently. It has to be the flours which vary in their qualities. I buy mine from an Indian shop from big bins. I think it probably isn’t the best quality. Never mind. As I said, these taste great.