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'nuffsaid
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Yummy photos of the blueberry muffins.

Could you make boiled almond flour or coconut flour bagels, do you suppose?

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'nuffsaid
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Hmmm, could call them Bodybuilder Bagels...nice rhythm to that.

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Chris Shugart
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'nuffsaid wrote:
Yummy photos of the blueberry muffins.

Could you make boiled almond flour or coconut flour bagels, do you suppose?


I have a recipe around here somewhere for coconut flour donuts. You have to have a special pan though. Never tried a bagel.

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http://comfybelly.com/...t-flour-donuts/

Is it like this? I'm thinking about making them but I'd like to replace the honey with Splenda.

Not sure how it'll affect the batter though, considering I'm replacing a liquid with a powder.

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CafeThief wrote:
http://comfybelly.com/...t-flour-donuts/

Is it like this? I'm thinking about making them but I'd like to replace the honey with Splenda.

Not sure how it'll affect the batter though, considering I'm replacing a liquid with a powder.



Yep., that's it.

What about a liquid stevia?

In the end, some real, unprocessed raw honey is okay. I just wouldn't make a daily habit of using it.

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Yeah, I might just end up doing that.

I've been going through all of your recipes and I gotta say, the frittata and the tortilla pizzas are awesome.

Also, I've been making the protein pie every now and then for years now. Love it.

Thanks for everything.

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CafeThief
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Booyah!

They're pretty damned delicious, and I didn't even bother with the honey/coconut topping.

Definitely not as dry as I thought they'd be, but it went well with a tall glass of almond milk.

Had to stop myself from eating the whole batch.

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CafeThief wrote:
Booyah!

They're pretty damned delicious, and I didn't even bother with the honey/coconut topping.

Definitely not as dry as I thought they'd be, but it went well with a tall glass of almond milk.

Had to stop myself from eating the whole batch.



Nice!

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These prices... pure envy. I hope USA people realize how good you've got it!

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