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    This is my GF adaptation of Recipe 71732, a much loved and devoured quick bread from my pre GF days. I am THRILLED to say that I think this recipe is as close to the original as GF can possibly be. It is moist, has that perfect heavy hearty texture and tastes simply divine! In my experience using an IMMERSION BLENDER, as opposed to a beater style, results in the creamiest, smoothest batter. As anyone who eats GF can attest to, it is hard to make a GF batter creamy and an immersion blender does this.You do have to use a spatula to ensure that you are getting the ingredients off the bottom and sides of the bowl more than you would with a traditional mixer, but that small inconvenience is worth it to me. I have never made this recipe with a traditional mixer.

    Recipe #512858

    I mix this together and store in an airtight container to have on hand for all my GF baking. Because GF flours settle more than traditional flour I don't use measuring cups for making my flour blend. Any kitchen scale that measures in grams will work for this. You can play with what flours you use-see for more ideas and explanation of the 40/60 ratio

    Recipe #512850

    2 Reviews |  By alydes

    This is an adaptation of recipe 71732 to lower calories, fat and, of course, WW points. I entered all of the ingredients that had points into recipe builder and came up with 2 points per muffin when 25 muffins are made. These muffins are moist and are bursting with flavor. This is a very hearty snack or breakfast. I eat mine for breakfast with a banana

    Recipe #399041

    My mother-in-law makes this every year for Christmas and I finally obtained the recipe from her. It's super simple and is a nice variation to traditional cranberries

    Recipe #267248

    1 Reviews |  By alydes

    A favorite at our house! This low carb quiche is very filling and delicious. Whenever I make it I have to make two because one isn't enough!

    Recipe #267238

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