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    3 Reviews |  By Tularyn

    This is my favorite loaf/muffin recipe that I concocted through trial and error trying to make a traditional pumpkin bread somewhat healthier. It produces very dense, delicious bread or muffins, which I like to eat warm with a spread of coconut oil instead of butter. I sometimes switch up the flours/brans/meals I use, and you can add raisins or shredded carrots, etc. for variety. I say practically vegan because I cannot guarantee that all the ingredients were made in a vegan-friendly way, though I presume they probably were. I am not vegan, but I like the idea of using flax instead of eggs since I eat so many eggs already. *I actually use 1/2 brown sugar and 1/2 xylitol, but since xylitol is not in the ingredient list here I put all brown sugar.

    Recipe #248403

    1 Reviews |  By Tularyn

    This is my absolute favorite holiday dish. Whenever I would come home from college my mom would ask what I wanted to eat and this was always my first answer. It fits in perfectly in a Thanksgiving feast, but I also eat it for breakfast, lunch, and even dinner sometimes. I also buy extra bags of cranberries when they're in season so I can make it all year long.

    Recipe #146127


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