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You may be hesitating and thinking, "Is this REALLY going to work?". But don't. It works!! It's delicious!! Instead of refined sugar, I used palm sugar. It was sweet and moist, scrumptious!! Thanks for sharing.

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Jesusfoodie October 27, 2011

MMMmmmmm! I changed a few things on your recipe, but not much. I swapped honey for sugar because I like honey in cornbread. I also did grease the pan (and I am glad I did) and I did preheat the oven. Pan size wasn't specified, but I used an 8x8 pan and the bread ended up being about 1 inch thick. So if you want a thicker bread, use a 6x6 or double the recipe. WE at nearly the entire pan between my husband and I and my 2 year old son served with some ham and bean soup (we are not vegan...just gluten free). I will definitely make it again. It was really really easy (much easier than most gluten free or even regular recipes) and should have a good amount of protein with all those almonds.

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hollygollygee October 20, 2009

This recipe rocks! I am doing a vegan/GF detox diet right now and needed something bread-like. All the other recipes I found used lots of ingredients that I do not have on hand, so this one was perfect! Used 1/4 C agave nectar instead of sugar, added into the blender with the water in step 1. Added additional 1/4 TB cornstarch to compensate for the extra liquid from using the agave. Baked until the edges were golden and the top was crackly. I didn't grease the baking dish and it came out fine, mine was not crumbly at all. Much denser than my regular flour-based cornbread but very tasty! Great plain as well as drizzled with additional agave nectar. THANK YOU FOR THIS! I will be making it again!!

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Rosie_C January 10, 2012

I really appreciated this recipe! Simple and wholesome ingredients. It became a foundation to a few changes I made to the original recipe. I used coconut sugar granules in place of regular sugar and soaked 3 Tbsp of flax seeds and added it to the batter. I also used kudzu root as the starch and added a pinch of salt. I am experimenting more with the flavors, like adding jalapeno and sun dried tomatoes. The bread came out moist with a delightful crunchiness from the corn. I used a bit of ghee to butter the pan as well and preheated the oven. Thank you for posting this, it gave me a blueprint to making some delicious vegan and gluten free corn bread.

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chinadivina October 25, 2011

Made it exactly as the recipe says.
Tastes GREAT!!
Kinda gritty and crumbly, but I'll take what I can get.

Plan to make this again super soon.

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itsallerson March 15, 2011

Great recipe. I also used a little less coconut palm sugar and a little stevia. Very tasty! And easy!

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Roberta K. October 05, 2015

Awesome simple and tasty recipe! I make this for pretty much every pot-luck function I go to because I know just about anyone there (barring allergies) can have them. Thank you for posting this.

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Dainty_Duck March 28, 2014

Everyone in the family liked it, but it is pretty sweet even after cutting the sugar in half (for my taste). I liked having the almonds in it instead of flour because that has to be better for my diabetic husband than regular corn bread. Thanks for sharing.

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Jodi Consoli January 27, 2014

Although I've certainly had better cornbread, this was surprisingly good given that it's vegan and gluten-free. And SO simple and fast to make! I had it with chili, and it's very yummy. I did, however, let it cook for about 25 minutes as opposed to the 12-15 minutes that is called for in the recipe.

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johnnygirl April 23, 2012
Cornbread Heaven (Vegan, Gluten Free)