Sea at Book of Yum started an event called Adopt A Gluten Free Blogger as a way for people to discover all the great gluten-free blogs out there and try new recipes. This month, the event is being hosted by Lexie at Lexies Kitchen. I first learned of this event through Shirley at gluten free easily who has been one of the most generous people I’ve had the pleasure of ‘meeting’ through the gluten free community. I’m just reaching my first year of blogging (March) and it’s been a rewarding learning curve for me. Shirley has graciously answered many of my questions and even suggested helpful ideas
When they were all baked, I left them out on the baking sheet so they wouldn’t get soft. Eventually I had to put them in a large resealable plastic bag (weep-weep) and yes, they did get soft. But I’m sure if I heated them on a baking sheet again they would become crunchy again. Regardless, I found my new favorite cracker recipe and I’m so happy I found Kate and her Gluten Free Gobsmacked site.