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Gluten Free Cheese Doodle Recipe

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Cheese doodles: you know, those bright orange crunchy fake cheese things? The ones that dye your fingers a fluorescent color you can see from the moon?

How about a gluten free cheese doodle!
Honestly, they are delicious and fun. Although they do not resemble the bright orange balls we see at the store; these are better for you, taste amazing, and could be served at a cocktail party with an aioli dipping sauce.
So, if you are sick of the weather and crazy schedules - how about a little zany fun….whip up some doodles!
Goat Cheese Doodle
Makes 4-5 dozen
1 cup/250ml water
1 Tablespoon/14g butter
1 Tablespoon/15ml olive oil
1 Tablespoon/15ml red chili flakes
1 cup/125g All Purpose gluten free baking mix flour
1/2 teaspoon/2ml xanthan gum
1/2 Tablespoon/7ml garlic powder
1 teaspoon/5ml salt
1 teaspoon/5ml pepper
2 large eggs beaten
2 Tablespoons/30ml fresh rosemary
1 cup/120g goat cheese
3 egg whites, beaten into stiff peaks
Preheat oven to 400F/200C/Gas 6

In stockpot add water, butter, olive oil, and chili flakes. Bring to a boil. Mix flour, xanthan gum, garlic powder, salt, and pepper in a bowl. Remove stockpot from heat, add flour mixture stirring well. Return to heat and cook at least 2 minutes. Remove from heat, add beaten eggs, Rosemary, and goat cheese. Carefully, fold in stiff egg whites. Add doodle mixture into large gallon bag, snip end of bag. On silicone baking sheet or parchment paper, pipe doodles. About 24 per sheet, they do not expand so feel free to fill up the baking sheet. Bake 20-25 minutes until brown and crisp. Serve with fig or lemon aioli garnishing with additional goat cheese and parsley.

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