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Friday, November 5, 2010

GLUTEN FREE MINI CALZONES - The Candy Hearts First D-Feast!

NaBloPoMo Day 5
In developing countries, less than half of people with diabetes are diagnosed. Without timely diagnoses and adequate treatment, complications and morbidity from diabetes rise exponentially.

I have been wanting to participate in D Feast Friday for....EVER!!!!

I made these mini calzones several weeks ago using

After making the dough, I weighed it into 2 oz portions.... 

Then I filled them to the brim ;)
Grilled veggies, ham, cheese....mmmmmm.....

 After folding them over, pinching them closed, and poking each one with a fork to allow steam to escape, I baked them at 350 for 30 minutes.
I served them up alongside some grilled asparagus.


Honestly?  I have no idea how many carbs these are.
I entered 25 and it worked, but who knows if it would work again!
Fickle disease.

(Next time, I'll make a double batch of the dough and use 3 or 4 oz portions instead.  
With 2 oz, I felt like I couldn't stuff as much goodness inside as I wanted.)

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  1. mmm... WOW!
    i'm new to the gf world and I haven't yet put the energy into finding replacement food, instead I just haven't touched anything resembling a flour product in months. I think i'm ready to start venturing into the substitutions.... this looks amazinng! thanks for the link

  2. Wendy, you constantly have me reading in awe. How do you get it all done girl? I cannot even imagine Celiac on top of "d" and yet you handle it with such grace.

  3. Wow, those look great.

    And I loved your comment about curing puberty on the Joslin Blog. It made me seriously laugh out loud. A great way to start a Friday morning. Thanks for that.

  4. Yummy, those look great... I'll have to add those to the menu soon!


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