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Had to make substitutions due to food intolerances; used sorghum, tapioca and Red Mill All Purpose GF. Soy Milk, coconut oil and ghee. And just because we had them, raspberries, blackberries and blueberries. My non-GF family loved it!

Made it again with sorghum, millett, garbanzo/fava flours. And Blackberries. Yum again!

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jcrozier January 21, 2012

For gluten free this was fabulous! Because of the rice flour it is a little grainy. But all my non GF friends liked it a lot! Thanks!

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razzintaz April 03, 2008

This is great!! I did make a few changes. I used butter instead of shortening and brown rice flour mix instead of plain rice flour (usually a mix of gluten-free flours does better than just one). I used frozen blueberries, but forgot to thaw them, however that didn't seem to matter. It's very sweet and delicious. A non-gf friend and her kids were over and they all loved it as well. It tastes just like a really yummy blueberry muffin.

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elainegl August 19, 2006

This recipe is fabulous! I followed it almost exactly except I wanted to make it dairy free as well so I substituted coconut oil equally for butter. I also added half again as many blueberries. Everyone raved and asked for the recipe. Didn't even know it was GF/DF!

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applecora52 September 08, 2012

Good stuff! I used fresh peaches that I needed to use up instead of blueberries. In the fruit mixture I used 1/2 cup brown sugar rather than 3/4 cup. I used homemade almond milk for the milk and a rice flour mixture with mostly brown rice flour (not just rice flour). In the crumb mixture I used white sugar and plain brown rice flour. I added some toasted slivered almonds and an extra 1/2 tsp cinnamon. For all the fat content I used canola and a canola/olive oil combination. I pressed this on top of the batter so it wouldn't be as crumbly and I think I would do so again next time. I baked this in a large loaf pan. It turned out like a very fruity pound cake that was not too sweet, with a sweet crumbly topping. I would make this again with different kinds of fruit, maybe blueberries or apples!

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UmmBinat September 22, 2009

This is wounderful. My husband and 21 year old loved it. You can use frozen blueberries in this. HarleyDiana

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rdbuell25 December 28, 2008

Sooooo good! I made this for my husband's birthday breakfast and it was a hit! It was chock full of blueberrries. I used Bob's Red Mill All-Purpose Gluten-Free Flour Blend in place of the rice flour. I used non-hydrogenated margarine in place of the shortening and soy milk in place of the milk. I also sprinkled some extra cinnamon on top. I will definitely make this again.

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Prose June 25, 2008

When this first came out of the oven, we weren't really impressed. It was okay; the rice flavor was pronounced. At the end of the day we started to nibble on it. It tasted great! The texture was like a light (not dense) coffee cake. If i didn't make it, we wouldn't have known this is gluten free. I had to use canned peaches because I had no blueberries. Thanks for sharing this great recipe!

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Kiko August 28, 2006
Gluten-Free Blueberry Buckle