• Ricki

    posted on October 1, 2010 at 9:50 pm

    What a fantastic recipe! I am going to have to try these, for sure. Thanks for the review! :)


  • Maggie

    posted on October 2, 2010 at 7:27 am

    Amy! Thank you so much. I loved reading this post and seeing your version of my crackers. It’s such an honour to be adopted by you – when should I move in :) I’ve been meaning to make a kid-friendly version of these that Callum would like. Perhaps cinnamon? Or maybe sesame because he loves sesame rice crackers! Any ideas for me?


  • Chelsey

    posted on October 2, 2010 at 9:46 am

    Mmm, these crackers look delicious. I think they would go lovely with some baba ganoush too (my new favorite dip). What a sweet adopt a gluten free blogger. I REALLY need to adopt. I’ve been wanting to for awhile, it’s time to get off my duff and actually do it!


  • Kim @ Cook It Allergy Free

    posted on October 2, 2010 at 10:41 am

    Amy, what a beautiful post about an even more beautiful person! This was just perfect! Maggie is so sweet and special and she deserves all of the accolades! Thank you for posting this.
    And you, my friend, are equally as beautiful! I cannot wait to give you a hug in person!
    And on the note of those crackers, my neighbor (who also has her whole family gluten and dairy free) left a bag of these in my mailbox just a couple of days ago because she was so excited about them and wanted me to try them. After reading this post, I asked her where she got the recipe. She said “From this really cool blog called “She Let them Eat Cake”! I just had to laugh and share this story! And the crackers are awesome!!
    xo Hugs to both of you, Amy and Maggie!


    Amy Reply:

    @Kim @ Cook It Allergy Free, What a neat story, Kim! I think that you fit in the ‘super fabulous’ group, too. (I know you do….)

    Yes, can’t wait to meet you in person – next April for sure if not sooner. Hugs!!


    Maggie Reply:

    @Kim @ Cook It Allergy Free, Thank you so much for sharing this story! I love it. Would she like my autograph :)


    Kim @ Cook It Allergy Free Reply:

    @Maggie, Maggie, I will ask her if she wants that John Hancock of yours and tell her to leave you a comment and say hi! I thought it was so so funny and she was laughing so hard at me when I was like “I know her!! I know her! She is one of my friends in my little blogging community” The internet really makes it a small world, I suppose! ;)


  • Jeanie (Jeanene)

    posted on October 2, 2010 at 2:05 pm

    Your web site is Awesome! I stumbled on your web site by accident. I love it! You have so many good receipes I would like to try!
    I have food allergies so I have to cook a different way. I love how you use stevia in desserts. I do too. One day, I hope to write a cookbook (allergy free something or rather). But….right now, God is calling me in a defferent direction. Feel free to stop by and find out what it is! :D
    Blessings to you!


  • Tia

    posted on October 2, 2010 at 2:27 pm

    HI Amy,

    It’s funny how I got up this morning and noticed your comment. I was ging to my computer to get your recipe for pulled bbq chicken for adopt a gluten-free blogger. It’s cooking right now and smells so good.

    These crackers look good. I’ve been wanting to include more flax in our meals. I think Sam will like this version of crackers since he is trying to cut out other grains. I will check out Maggie’s recipe.

    Tia :P


    Amy Reply:

    @Tia, I can’t wait to hear how you like the chicken…I need to make it again soon. Sending hugs. :)


  • Ellen (I Am Gluten Free)

    posted on October 3, 2010 at 8:49 pm

    I also contributed to the Adopt a Gluten Free Blogger 2010 September Edition. I made Kale Chips – betcha just can’t eat one! http://iamglutenfree.blogspot.com/2010/10/salt-vinegar-roasted-kale-chips.html


  • gfe--gluten free easily

    posted on October 4, 2010 at 10:34 am

    Love Maggie! And, I’ve been thinking about those crackers since she posted them. Oh, how nice they’d be with my almond butter right now. :-) Beautiful job, Amy! And, thanks to Kim for sharing her great story–I love how all the good blogs are making their way around the world to everyone and that some of us are lucky enough to be friends with the amazing folks who are behind them. ;-)



  • Alta

    posted on October 5, 2010 at 4:01 pm

    Those look great! I need to check out that bagel recipe too. I love this Adopt A Gluten Free Blogger thing. We learn so much about other gluten-free bloggers!


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