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Special gourmet caramel corn
Caramelized "POPPED CORN" from $3.99
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Wheat Free Gourmet Flourless Brownies
Decadent Frosted Brownies from $10.00
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Gourmet Gift Basket by Bizzy Lizzy Flourless Bakery
Flourless Choco-holic Gift Box from $20.00
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Flourless Cookie Mix
Flourless Cookie Mix from $6.00
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Flourless Muffin Mixes -  Wheat Free
Flourless Muffin Mixes - Wheat Free from $6.00
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Flourless Wheat Free Chocolate Cake Mix
Flourless Wheat Free Chocolate Cake Mix from $6.00
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Gluten Free Gift Basket filled with Bizzy Lizzy Gluten Free Goodies
Gluten Free Gift Box from $35.00
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Gourmet Wheat Free-Flourless Cookies
Gourmet Wheat Free-Flourless Cookies $14.00
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Homemade Bizzy Lizzy Krispie Bars
Homemade Bizzy Lizzy Krispie Bars $10.00
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Make Your Own Gift Box
Make Your Own Gift Box from $20.00
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Gluten Free Pastry – Cookies
Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies w/ Gluten Free Oatmeal $18.00
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Peanut Butter Bars - "Andrew Bar"
Peanut Butter Bars - "Andrew Bar" $10.00
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Peanut Butter Dream Gift Box
Peanut Butter Dream Gift Box from $20.00
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make wheat free bread
Simple Wheat Free Bread Mix from $4.75
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T-Shirts the Bizzy Lizzy Way
T-Shirts the Bizzy Lizzy Way $20.00
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wheat free granola
Wheat Free Fruit and Vegetable Granola $6.00
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Mixes

Flourless Cookie Mix
Flourless Cookie Mix from $6.00
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Flourless Muffin Mixes -  Wheat Free
Flourless Muffin Mixes - Wheat Free from $6.00
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Flourless Wheat Free Chocolate Cake Mix
Flourless Wheat Free Chocolate Cake Mix from $6.00
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make wheat free bread
Simple Wheat Free Bread Mix from $4.75
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As a flourless bakery, Bizzy Lizzy Flourless Bakery is the first of its kind. We are proving that you don't have to use flour of any kind to make delicious bakery items. Instead of flour we use two super grains, whole grain oats and flaxseed, to make everything including muffins, cookies, breads, cakes, and more. These super grains are beneficial for your heart and digestive system.

If you suffer from diabetes, arthritis, Alzheimers or heart disease, our bakery treats are a great way to satisfy your sweet tooth. If you're trying to lose weight or just interested in a healthier alternative, give our products a try!

News

Resistant Starch

January 30, 2015

  A type of carbohydrate that is getting a lot of attention in the scientific circle.  What are athe the benefits of these carbohydrates. shrinks fat cells, especially in your belly boost fat burning preserves muscle mass curb cravings keep you feeling full longer than other foods lower cholesterol and triglycerides But the best news yet it is delicious, affordable and satisfying. July/August 2010 Health.com Researchers are proving what Bizzy Lizzy has said all along.  If you eat food that are made from GOOD CARBSyou zap flab, curb cravings, feel MORE SATISFIED (if you have ever met someone from Bizzy Lizzy you have heard this statement before), and helps you slim naturally. First step in eating GOOD CARBS is to: Eat A CarbStar at Every Meal (no...

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A Carb Another Name

January 29, 2015

 What do white bread, fresh spinach, garbanzo beans and crispy carrots have in common? Believe it or not, they are all sources of carbohydrates! Did that word raise any red flags for you? Because everything you’ve heard about carbs is bad news? Then get ready for a major paradigm shift! The good news is: not all carbohydrates are bad. There are, of course, empty carbs everywhere you look—white bread, white rice, crackers, etc.—but there also exists a wealth of potential energy and vibrancy in the goodcarbohydrates that you’ll find in legumes, fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. What separates the good from the bad? Fiber. Whole, fiber-filled foods will provide you with carb-sponsored energy that is absorbed into your bloodstream slowly. No...

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Veggies In Your Muffins

January 28, 2015

It’s no secret that veggies are a crucial nutritional source for our bodies and minds. It’s also no surprise that most of us don’t get our recommended daily dose of leafy greens and other veggies—about 70% of Americans fall short, according to USNews.com. Here at Bizzy Lizzy, we pride ourselves on not only the scrumptious, baked-from-scratch goodness that we put into everything we bake, but also on using wholesome, healthy, hearty ingredients—and that includes whole fruits and veggies. Sound weird? Just think about it: Do you like carrot cake? Then you’ve already enjoyed a helping of vitamins and minerals, along with a satisfied sweet tooth. And that’s just the beginning; there are so many ways to combine pleasure and produce....

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What's Wrong with Wheat?

January 28, 2015

In Wheat Belly, Dr. Davis identifies two major problems with the ubiquitous consumption of wheat products. One is the fact that wheat, whether it’s in the form of Wonder bread or sprouted 100% whole wheat bread from the health food store, spikes blood sugar like nobody’s business. It’s not just a major source of carbohydrate in the diet, it’s also one of the most rapidly absorbed.X

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