With 4 active children in the house, it is a fact, that I always need easy to prepare and healthy snacks. Oh did I mention that they are good eaters too? That is why when we started to convert to a food allergy friendly home, I am more worried on what they will have for snacks than regular meals. Let’s put it this way, snacks at our home include starch, protein and fruits too.
Since I am still in the learning / experimenting stage of baking wheat, dairy, soy and egg free healthy breads, muffins and snack cakes, I now rely on gluten free and allergy friendly mixes to fill in the starch they need. While working with mixes is often a hit/miss situation texture wise, as long as the end product tastes good, my kiddos will not complain. After all, it’s supposed to be just a snack right?
Anyway, this snack or appetizer recipe turned out as a surprise hit. The breadstick mix is very affordable ($2.89 a box). Plus it only required few extra ingredients that are already in the fridge. A little warning though, this is quite addictive.
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For the Breadsticks, I used Chebe Garlic-Onion Gluten Free Breadstick Mix. Since the instructions on the box ask for eggs, milk and cheese, I decided to use these ingredients instead.