Saturday, January 9, 2010

Mixes from the Heartland Gluten Free Mixes Review & Giveaway - (CLOSED)


I am a huge fan of gluten and sugar free foods. Mixes from the Heartlands specializes in gluten and sugar free mixes. I received 6 mixes, including Gluten Free Potato Soup Mix, Gluten Free Cheeseburger Chowder Soup Mix, Gluten Free Italian Meat Pie Meal Mix, Gluten Free Banana Bread Mix, Gluten Free Strawberry Angel Food Cake Mix, and Gluten Free Apple Cinnamon Rice Pudding Mix, from Mixes from the Heartland for review. I know there are many people with health conditions such as Ciliac’s Disease and Diabetes that would benefit greatly from products like the ones Mixes from the Heartland offers.

I used the directions listed on Mixes from the Heartland Packages and on the Mixes from the Heartland website to make each product in order to give an accurate in depth review of the Mixes from the Heartland products I received.


Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Potato Soup Mix Review – I made my Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Potato Soup by adding with 7 cups of milk with the dry mix, cooked it on medium heat for about 35 minutes, and I topped it with cheddar cheese. I let it sit for a few minutes to cool before trying it. I love potato soup. It is one of my dishes. I did notice a slight difference from the potato soup I am used to but Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Potato Soup was still creamy and delicious. It wasn’t too salty and the texture came out just right. My daughter seemed to like it as well. She is a picky eater and she shared my bowl with me. The cheese that the website suggested was a nice touch. The cheese and Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Potato Soup complimented each other nicely. This is a nice meal to serve your family on a cold day. Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Potato Soup Mix cost only $5.99 for a1.00 lbs package. This is pretty affordable considering these are specialty products since they are gluten free. You can view the nutrition facts of the Mixes from the Heartland's Potato Soup Mix here.


Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Cheeseburger Chowder Soup Mix Review – I made my Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Cheeseburger Chowder Soup by adding 2 lbs of ground beef I browned in a skillet, 3 cups of water, adding the dry mix, let it simmer for 35 minutes, and added some cheddar cheese. I let it sit for s few minutes to let it cool before trying it. I liked it. Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Cheeseburger Chowder almost had a hamburger helper appeal. I thought it was rich and very delicious. It seemed to have the right spices mixed in without one overpowering the other. My husband loved Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Cheeseburger Chowder. After he finished his bowl of soup he stole my bowl and ate it. This was a yummy treat. We enjoy soups and the Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Cheeseburger Chowder Soup tasted wonderful. This will be a good treat for people who can no longer eat regular cheeseburgers due to health issues. Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Cheeseburger Chowder Soup Mix cost only $5.99 for a1.00 lbs package. This is pretty affordable considering these are specialty products since they are gluten free. You can view the nutrition facts of the Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Cheeseburger Chowder Soup Mix here.


Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Italian Meat Pie Meal Mix Review – I made my Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Italian Meat Pie Meal by cooking ground beef I browned in a skillet, tomato sauce, and seasoning package together for 10 minutes. In a separate bowl I mixed flour mix, 1 beaten egg, 1/2 cup shortening or butter and 1 teaspoon vinegar to mix. I mixed the dough well. Rolled it out and cut out 4 inch circles. Then I placed 3 tablespoons of meet mixture in the middle of the dough circles and folded them in half. I presses the edges together with a fork then placed them on a greased cookies sheet to bake until the dough started to turn brown. I let it sit for s few minutes to let it cool before trying it. Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Italian Meat Pie Meal was different tasting but still good. I didn’t let a couple of the Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Italian Meat Pies bake long enough and the outer dough was still a little doughy. So when you bake these be careful and check each one before taking them all out of the oven to make sure they are completely done. Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Italian Meat Pie Meal still had a nice Italian flavor to them. I think these would also make good appetizers for parties. Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Italian Meat Pie Meal Mix cost only $6.99 for a 2.00 lbs package. This is pretty affordable considering these are specialty products since they are gluten free. You can view the nutrition facts of the Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Italian Meat Pie Meal Mix here.


Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Banana Bread Mix Review – I made my Mixes from the Heartland,s Gluten Free Banana Bread by blending together 6 bananas, ½ cup of butter, and 4 eggs. I added my dry mix and blended everything well. I poured my batter into a small baking pan I had because I didn’t have loaf pans. I baked for 1 hour and 20 minutes like it says to on the website. I let it sit for s few minutes to let it cool before trying it. Tasting Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Banana Bread I could tell a difference from other banana bread but it was still good. It tasted fresh like bananas. My daughter loved Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Banana Bread. She ate a piece and wanted seconds. Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Banana Bread really tastes great with a glass of milk. I think it would better if it had nuts in it but I didn’t have any. This was a nice treat. Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Banana Bread Mix cost only $5.99 for a 2.00 lbs package. This is pretty affordable considering these are specialty products since they are gluten free. You can view the nutrition facts of the Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Banana Bread Mix here.


Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Strawberry Angel Food Cake Mix Review – I made my Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Strawberry Angel Food Cake by beating 12 egg whites with the cream of tarter until tarter was stiff. I added 2/5 cups of sugar and mixed it well. I then mixed the dry mix in. I poured the batter into my small greased baking pan and bake it roughly for 45 minutes. I let it sit for s few minutes to let it cool before trying it. Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Strawberry Angel Food Cake tasted sweet and cake like! I could taste the strawberry in it but it wasn’t to over powering. I loved Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Strawberry Angel Food Cake. My daughter also loved Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Strawberry Angel Food Cake. She took a piece right out of my hand and ate it. My husband also ate it. Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Strawberry Angel Food Cake would taste really good with a fruit topping or glaze. I ate a piece with milk and it tasted awesome. Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Strawberry Angel Food Cake would make a nice dessert. Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Strawberry Angel Food Cake Mix cost only $5.99 for a 1.00 lbs package. This is pretty affordable considering these are specialty products since they are gluten free. You can view the nutrition facts of the Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Strawberry Angel Food Cake Mix here.


Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Apple Cinnamon Rice Pudding Mix Review – I made my Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Apple Cinnamon Rice Pudding by mixing 5 eggs, 5 cups of milk, putting it in my small greased baking pan, and baking for 45 minutes. I let it sit for s few minutes to let it cool before trying it. I have never eaten a rice pudding before. Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Apple Cinnamon Rice Pudding tasted cinnamon and sweet. It was pleasant and the texture was pleasant. The apples and raisins complimented it nicely. I was worried the rice might come out to hard but it didn’t. My daughter enjoyed Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Apple Cinnamon Rice Pudding as well. She ate most of the Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Apple Cinnamon Rice Pudding herself. I think this would be a great after school snack for a kid. Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Apple Cinnamon Rice Pudding Mix cost only $5.99 for a 2.00 lbs package. This is pretty affordable considering these are specialty products since they are gluten free. You can view the nutrition facts of the Mixes from the Heartland's Gluten Free Apple Cinnamon Rice Pudding Mix here.

I did not try out all 6 Mixes from the Heartland mixes in 1 day. I tried them out spread out over a week.

My favorite Mixes from the Heartland mixes from the 6 we tried were the Gluten Free Potato Soup Mix and the Gluten Free Strawberry Angel Food Cake Mix.

My husband said that his favorite Mixes from the Heartland mixes from the 6 we tried were the Gluten Free Cheeseburger Chowder Soup Mix and the Gluten Free Strawberry Angel Food Cake Mix.

My 2 year old daughter seemed to favor the Gluten Free Strawberry Angel Food Cake Mix and the Gluten Free Apple Cinnamon Rice Pudding Mix from Mixes from the Heartland. She is a picky eater and does not seem to care for most meats so she didn’t try out all 6 of the mixes we received from Mixes from the Heartland.

These were only 6 of the yummy mixes from Mixes from the Heartland I reviewed. Mixes from the Heartland has tons more mixes and all from different categories. You can check out more awesome mixes from Mixes from the Heartland here.

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167 comments:

  1. Not entering...just wanted to say that I am in the process of reveiwing Mixes from the Heartland. The mixes are awesome! I highly recommend to enter ths giveaway! I am not entering because only because I am also doing a review and already have 6 mixes. I want to give someone else a shot at this wonderful product!

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  2. I would love to try the Gluten Free Impossible Pumpkin Pie Mix and the Gluten Free Cranberry Coffee Bars.
    Alicia Webster
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  3. I'd like to try the Mexican style casserole mix. Thanks for the chance.

    sweetascandy579 at yahoo dot com

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  4. 1) Gluten Free Zucchini Muffin Mix
    2) Gluten Free Texas Style Potatoes

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  5. I'd like to try the Gluten Free Corn and Pasta Salad and the Gluten Free Impossible Coconut Pie Mix.

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  6. cdziuba@aol.com I found Adzuki Beans and Gluten Free Hawaiian Bread Mix on their site.

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  7. cdziuba@aol.com Two facts from their site:

    Soups make 6 to 8 cups on average.
    Pound cakes make 2 1lb loaves or a 9” x 13” pan.


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  8. cdziuba@aol.com Two facts from their site:

    Soups make 6 to 8 cups on average.
    Pound cakes make 2 1lb loaves or a 9” x 13” pan.


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  9. cdziuba@aol.com Subscribe to the Mixes from the Heartland newsletter locted on the bottom left. entry 1

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  10. cdziuba@aol.com Subscribe to the Mixes from the Heartland newsletter locted on the bottom left. entry 2

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  11. cdziuba@aol.com Follow Mixes from the Heartland on Twitter.

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  13. cdziuba@aol.com Facebook Friend Carol P dziuba

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  14. email subscriber cdziuba@aol.com

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  15. cdziuba@aol.com I follow on twitter cdziuba and tweeted http://twitter.com/cdziuba/status/7606978184

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  18. 2 That I would love to try are the Gluten Free Chicken Veggie Soup & the Gluten Free Country Dumpling Mix.

    Ellen
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  19. Our house would love the Gluten Free Country Biscuit Mix and the Cranberry Coffee bars. Yummy!

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  20. I would love to try the Gluten Free Beer Cheese Soup and the Gluten Free Baked Chicken Salad Meal. The Garden Veggie Machine Bread Mix looked good as well.

    sandraanddanny@yahoo.com

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  21. I checked the fact sheet and found out 2 things.
    Plant is allergen free.
    No bean flours are used in any product.
    sandraanddanny@yahoo.com

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  22. I subscribed to the Mixes from the Heartland newsletter.
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  23. This was my first, but not my last, visit here. I subscribed to your email updates.
    sandraanddanny@yahoo.com

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  24. I would like to try the Country Biscuit Mix and the Tropical Coffee Bars.
    marcia.goss@gmail.com

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  25. All mixes are family-sized. No bean flours are used in any of their products.

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  26. I follow Mixes from the Heartland on Twitter.
    (mgoss123)
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  27. I subscribe to Mixes from the Heartland newsletter.
    marcia.goss@gmail.com

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  28. I follow you on Google Friend Connect.
    marcia.goss@gmail.com

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  29. I would like to try the Gluten Free Blueberry Bread Mix and the Gluten Free Zucchini Bread Mix. Thanks!

    sphinxcw at aol dot com

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  30. Cranberry Coffee bars and the Gluten Free Country Dumpling Mix.
    honeybeez80@yahoo.com

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  31. follow Mixes from the Heartland on twitter (Missybeez80)
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  32. I would like to try the Gluten Free Impossible Pumpkin Pie Mix and the Gluten Free Country Dumpling Mix.
    laprochaine@gmail.com

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  33. I visited the fact sheet on the Mixes from the Heartland website and learned that products are all natural with no preservatives and no eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, soy, oats, barley, rye, and wheat in the plant.
    laprochaine@gmail.com
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  34. I visited the fact sheet on the Mixes from the Heartland website and learned that products are all natural with no preservatives and no eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, soy, oats, barley, rye, and wheat in the plant.
    laprochaine@gmail.com
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  35. I Follow Mixes from the Heartland on Twitter.
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  36. I follow your blog publicly on Google Connect.
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  37. I subscribe via email
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  38. I follow you on Twitter and I tweeted, http://twitter.com/laprochaine/status/7644395034
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  39. I have your button on my blog
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  40. I have your button on my blog
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  41. We would like to try the Gluten Free Pumpkin Pie mix and the Gluten Free Country Dumpling MIX.

    Scott and Rosa Berman
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  42. I'd love to try the coconut pie and cinnamon pancake mixes!

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  43. Following Heartland Mixes on twitter (meangirlmeg)

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  44. I would love to try these - Gluten Free Impossible Coconut Pie Mix & the Dumplings Mix.

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  45. From the Fact Sheet - No bean flours are used in any products.
    Also their products are all natural with no preservatives.

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  46. Following Mixes from the Heartland on Twitter.
    @JalapenoMama

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  47. Following your blog publicly - Google Friend Connect.

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  48. Gluten Free Sweet Potato Brownie Mix

    Gluten Free Apple Cinnamon Pancake Mix

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  49. Fact#1

    Our products are all natural with no preservatives

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  50. Fact #2

    All mixes are family size and serve 4 to 6 people.

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  51. coconut pie mix and the pumpkin pie yummy

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  52. i learned the plant is allergen tested and the products are all natural

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  53. the plant is allergen tested and they are all natural
    2nd entry

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  54. Gluten Free Green Chili Hamburger Soup
    and Gluten Free Lime Pound Cake Mix. They make so so many fabulous products!
    skyskyaa11(at)gmail.com

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  55. I Subscribed to the Mixes from the Heartland newsletter, #1

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  56. I Subscribed to the Mixes from the Heartland newsletter, #2

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  57. I'm Following Mixes from the Heartland on Twitter (id- checkkers)

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  58. Following your blog publicly. skyskyaa11[at]gmail.com

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  59. Subscribed by email, skyskyaa11(at)gmail.com

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  60. #1 I have your button http://checkkers.blogspot.com/

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  61. #2 I have your button http://checkkers.blogspot.com/

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  62. Gluten Free Tropical Coffee Bars
    Gluten Free Cranberry Coffee Bars both
    sound great.

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  63. At Mixes from the Heartland, I'd like to try the Gluten Free Impossible Coconut Pie Mix, Gluten Free Cornmeal Pancake Mix, and Gluten Free Texas Style Potatoes.
    Jennifer, jennem22 at yahoo dot com

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  64. i'd like to try the gluten free hawaiian bread mix and the gluten free pumpkin pie mix!

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  65. Gluten Free Cranberry and Coffee Bars
    sound good

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  66. I'd like to try the Gluten Free Corn and Pasta Salad and the Gluten Free Green Chili Hamburger Soup.

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  67. I'd love to try the Gluten Free Corn and Pasta Salad and the Gluten Free Green Chili Hamburger Soup. *

    jtmagmom73(at)gmail(dot)com

    *I know this is a duplicate entry but I forgot to include my e-mail address also visible in my Google acct.

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  68. I learned that Mixes from the Heartland don't have any eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, soy, oats, barley, rye, and wheat in their plant. I also learned that their products are all natural with no preservatives.

    jtmagmom73(at)gmail(dot)com

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  69. I learned that Mixes from the Heartland uses no eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, soy, oats, barley, rye, and wheat in their plant. I also learned that their products are all natural with no preservatives. #2 entry

    jtmagmom73(at)gmail(dot)com

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  70. I subscribe to the Mixes from the Heartland newsletter. #1

    jtmagmom73(at)gmail(dot)com

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  71. I subscribe to the Mixes from the Heartland newsletter. #2

    jtmagmom73(at)gmail(dot)com

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  72. I follow via Google Friend Connect.

    jtmagmom73(at)gmail(dot)com

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  73. I'm an e-mail subscriber.

    jtmagmom73(at)gmail(dot)com

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  74. I would like the Gluten Free Texas Style Potatoes and the Gluten Free Tropical Coffee Bars.

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  75. I would love to try Gluten Free Cranberry Bars and and Gluten Free Hawaiian Bread Mix. trinitygsd at yahoo dot com

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  76. I follow via google. trinitygsd at yahoo dot com

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  77. I'd like to try the Key Lime Dessert Dip and the Gluten Free Impossible Pumpkin Pie Mix

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  78. I follow Mixes from the heartland on twitter as MelodicMom

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  79. I follow you & tweeted: http://twitter.com/MelodicMom/statuses/7832767650

    mail@melodicmom.com

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  80. I'd love to try the cranberry coffee bars and the coconut pie. Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

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  81. Two facts #1

    # All reports are sent to the Celiac Sprue Association (CSA).
    # Mixes From The Heartland Inc is CSA certified and we are very proud that all our products carry the CSA seal.

    Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

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  82. Two facts #2

    # All reports are sent to the Celiac Sprue Association (CSA).
    # Mixes From The Heartland Inc is CSA certified and we are very proud that all our products carry the CSA seal.

    Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

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  83. I would like to try the Gluten Free Lime Poundcake and Strawberry Pouncake mixes!

    theyyyguy@yahoo.com

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  84. I would like to try the Gluten Free Baked Chicken Salad and the Gluten Free Green Chili Hamburger Soup.

    Thanks!

    sweepyhead at gmail dot com

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  85. The two facts are learned are no bean flours are used in any product, and that all the mixes are family size and serve 4 to 6 people.

    sweepyhead at gmail dot com

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  86. I'd like to try the pumpkin pie mix and the country biscuit mix!

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  87. I would love their potato brownie mix and the zucchini bread. Thank you

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  88. I am following them on twitter. Thank you

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  89. I like the Coconut Impossible Pie and the Pumpkin Impossible Pie and the Chocolate Pudding delight.
    ncschools at yahoo dot com

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  90. I would love to try the Pumpkin Pie mix and the Corn and Pasta Salad.
    shawnac68@hotmail.com

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  91. I follow your blog with google friend.

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  92. I follow Mixes from the Heartland on twitter - ncschools.

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  93. I'd like to try Tex Mex Meat Loaf Mix

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  94. I'd like to try the Zuccini bread mix and the Dilled Pasta Salad mix. Thanks!
    dontaskme22(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  95. I learned that
    The Plant is allergen controlled.
    That the beans and fruit are all freeze dried and contain no preservatives.
    dontaskme22(at)yahoo(dot)com
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  96. I learned that
    The Plant is allergen controlled.
    That the beans and fruit are all freeze dried and contain no preservatives.
    dontaskme22(at)yahoo(dot)com
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  97. I signed up for the Mixes From THe Heartland newsletter.
    dontaskme22(at)yahoo(dot)com
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  98. I signed up for the Mixes From THe Heartland newsletter.
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  99. Following Mixes from the Heartland on twitter: momunion
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  100. Following via google friends: heathergf
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  101. Email newsletter subscriber: dontaskme22(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  102. I spread the word (& link) on my Facebook wall: heather french (The Mom Union)
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  103. Following on twitter: momunion
    tweet: http://twitter.com/momunion/status/7853607211
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  104. posted one of your new Button's on sidebar: http://iblameitonthecat.blogspot.com/
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  105. Gluten Free Impossible Coconut Pie Mix and Gluten Free Texas Style Potatoes look great!

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  106. I'm following your blog in Google Friend Connect.

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  107. I'm following MFTH_GlutenFree on Twitter (I'm @ThriftyJinxy).

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  108. I would love to try the Harvest Chicken & Rice Soup. and the Texas Style Potatoes.
    Thank you so much for the chance to win.

    jweezie43[at]aol[dot]com

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  109. I am Subscribed to the Mixes From the Heartland Newsletter as jweezie43[at]aol[dot]com.

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  110. I am a Mixes From the Heartland Newsletter Subscriber as jweezie43[at]aol[dot]com #2.

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  111. I am following Mixes From the Heartland via Twitter as jlsc123.

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  112. I am following via Google Friends Connect.

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  113. I am subscribed via email as jweezie43[at]aol[dot]com.

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  114. Chocolate angel food cake and vanilla pound cake. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

    dianad8008 AT gmail DOT com

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  115. Glutten Free Cinnamon Raisin Muffin mix and Glutten Free Apple Cinnamon Muffin mix

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  116. The Hawaiian Bread and the Tex Mex Meatloaf sound delicious as well.
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  117. 2 facts from the fact sheet...
    •No bean flours are used in any products.
    •Plant is allergen controlled.
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  118. 2 facts from the fact sheet...
    •No bean flours are used in any products.
    •Plant is allergen controlled.
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  119. MFTH_GlutenFree twitter follower-packerfantimmy
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  120. google friend follower-packerfantimmy
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  121. sent over a facebook friend request-tim hughes
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  122. email subscriber-titletowntreasures(AT)yahoo(DOT)com

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  123. id love the Gluten Free Chocolate Delight Pudding Mix and the Gluten Free Tex Mex Meat Loaf Mix

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  124. # Soups make 6 to 8 cups on average.
    # Pound cakes make 2 1lb loaves or a 9” x 13” pan.

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  125. posted on fb http://www.facebook.com/#/KathyLPease?v=feed&story_fbid=279391076004&ref=mf

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  126. http://twitter.com/klp1965/status/7873523718

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  127. Gluten Free Sweet Potato Brownie Mix and Gluten Free Country Dumpling Mix. Yum!

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  128. I would like to try the corn and pasta salad and the dilled salad.

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  129. follow mixes from the heartland on twitter

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  130. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway
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  131. I'd love to try the Gluten Free Minestrone Soup and Gluten Free Spinach Noodle Mix.

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  132. I like 2 try the Gluten Free Impossible Pumpkin Pie Mix and Tex Mex Meatloaf :)

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  133. I would love to try the Gluten Free Impossible Pumpkin Pie Mix and the Gluten Free Chicken Veggie Soup. Thank you for bringing this site to my attention, this will help me keep my resolution to eat healthier.

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  134. From Fact Sheet:

    1. All mixes are family size and serve 4 to 6 people.

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  135. Fact Sheet:

    2. Plant is allergen controlled.

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  136. Heartland newsletter subscriber

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  137. Heartland Newsletter Subscriber #2

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  138. Following Heartland on Twitter

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  139. I would like to try the Gluten Free Tropical Coffee Bars Mix and the Mexican Style Casserole Mix. garrettsambo@aol.com

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  140. I love the Gluten Free Cranberry Coffee Bars and the Gluten Free Country Dumpling Mix!

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  141. I subscribed to the Mixes from the Heartland newsletter. #1

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  142. Following on Twitter
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  143. Following via Google Connect

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  144. Subscribed and Confirmed via Email

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  145. Gluten Free Minestrone Soup & Gluten Free Blueberry Muffin Mix :)

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  146. I subscribed to the Mixes from the Heartland newsletter. #2

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  147. i would like to try the apple cinnamon pancake mix and the country dumpling mix

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  148. I subscribed by email.

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  149. i learned that every raw product that enters the plant must pass the eliza test, which means that products in their plant test three parts per million or less for wheat. also, no bean flours are used in their products
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  150. Grabbed your Button

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  151. i learned that every raw product that enters the plant must pass the eliza test, which means that products in their plant test three parts per million or less for wheat. also, no bean flours are used in their products
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  152. Grabbed Button #2

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  153. i subscribed to the mixes from the heartland newsletter (redfuzzycow@yahoo.com) #1

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  154. i subscribed to the mixes from the heartland newsletter (redfuzzycow@yahoo.com) #2

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  155. i follow mixes from the heartland on twitter (redfuzzycow)

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  156. i follow your blog on google friend connect (redfuzzycow)

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  157. i subscribe to your blog by email (redfuzzycow@yahoo.com)

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  158. i follow you on twitter (redfuzzycow) and tweeted http://twitter.com/redfuzzycow/status/7892379002

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  159. I follow you on Facebook and updated my status with a link to this giveaway.

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  160. I follow you on Facebook and updated my status with a link to this giveaway.

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  161. I'd like to try the Mexican style casserole mix.
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