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    This recipe is inspired by King Arthur Flour: http://www.kingarthurflour.com/recipes/gluten-free-cornbread-recipe. I adapted their recipe with an easy flour blend of my own, and the result was a ridiculously high-rising, hearty, and tasty bread. You can probably hand-mix it if you want.

    Recipe #505986

    My family loves these! Suggested variation: Omit shredded coconut, use pistachio pudding mix instead of coconut-flavored, and add 1/2 tsp. almond extract to round it off. I wouldn't recommend throwing in actual pistachios as an additional touch since they don't seem to bake well, but roasted almonds might work! If cookies spread too much for your liking, put the dough in the fridge for a few hours and try again. If they don't spread enough, flatten them with a fork before baking!

    Recipe #506189

    If you like Larabars, you'll love this fresh and sweet interpretation! When I'm in a hurry, I skip the trouble of pressing and cutting bars and just shape the "dough" into little snack balls. For the dates, just use half of an 8 oz. bag. Avoid the pre-chopped kind, which are usually coated in sugar and won't stick together.

    Recipe #505392


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