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megt88 ·
Thanks for this! I just bought some almond flour so look forward to a new recipe!
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GayAnn ·
Welcome to the forum, balancedlife! This is a great place, isn't it! I felt the same way when I first stumbled across it! It's been my life line for a couple years now. Thanks for posting this recipe. Can't wait to try it! GayAnn
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Tarilee ·
This looks like a tremendous recipe. I imagine you could use other flours besides almond as well. Sweet rice/rice flour mix might work as might raw buckwheat flour. Cheers, TLC
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CathyB ·
Hi - can someone tell me what Yacon powder is, and where do you get it. I've never heard of it! Thanks, Cathy.
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I heart Stevia ·
you can find it at the natural foods markets (or order it on line). It is a root. It is quite sweet. I recently tried dried Yacon and it was amazing. You can order yacon syrup here- I have heard that it is fantastic!
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abcole ·
I just made these last night. So delicious! I used buckwheat flour instead of the almond flour. They're so moist and yummy! Thank you for the recipe.
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blondii216 ·
Hi i made these for breakfast and have been eating them all day yummmmm!Only one thing they are still really wet and musy in the middle.I mad the exact batter and poured it into six muffin cups and baked for 50mins at 200c/350f (my cooker is real slow) Also would these be a limit food im after eating 3 out of the 6 muffins
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KaraJoy ·
I made these this morning and wow! I really enjoyed them! I said yum with every bite. . My one year old ate two and loved them. My husband thought they were okay. I used one cup buckwheat flour and the rest almond meal. I also added vanilla and almond extracts. I didn't have yacon powder so used 1/4 of yacon syrup in its place. Great recipe! Thanks so much.
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KaraJoy ·
Oh - and blondi216 Your problem with the wetness may have been bc of large muffin tins. My batter made 16 muffins.
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Mills ·
too good description. I found some good recipes here too, so if anyone wants he can go for that.
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KaraJoy ·
I bought mine off of Amazon.com
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pixyshark ·
Hello, I was wondering, since yacon is a sweetner, can I just use extra stevia instead? I haven't been able to find the yacon powder and I was planning on making these soon but I wasn't sure how much 1/4-1/2c of yacon powder equaled liquid stevia. I'm new at cooking in general so I don't want to pour a whole bunch in lol. Anyone know a good ratio?
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pixyshark ·
Ah, it doesn't seem I can edit or delete my own posts. Made this recipe today, instead of using the yacon powder I used 2 tsp of liquid stevia. They turned out pretty good, were definately super yummy! (my whole family had some! haha) only thing I'm gonna change next time I make them is to only use 1/4 cup of coconut oil. I had oil deposits soaked under the paper cups. Thanks for posting this yummy recipe!
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2heartz ·
I am a big fan of chocolate muffins... in our house, they often make and very quick they disappear .. vpn
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Lewiscrony ·
Thanks for sharing your recipe experience. In order to make them dry, keep the muffins at normal temperature and let them set properly. vpn client
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Kelcey1 ·
I am having a hard time finding yakon flour. The syrup I can find but not the flour. Any suggestions? The only on line place I found was in England and you had to buy 40 lbs! Thanks-
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Angel ·
Yummy I want some cookies now.
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Yogagirl24 ·
I think thats how much was in the recipe x these cookies are crunchy without the oil so it isn't needed I have been using xylitol it has been fine for me but depends on the person these cookies sound plain but taste so good how they are in the recipe xx
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Tarilee ·
Hi Yogagirl, The base of these sounds good and I look forward to trying it. Forgive me for questioning it but the stevia measurement sounds like a typo. Even a teaspoon of stevia extract would be way too much stevia. If you dispense the stevia like I do, in a small salt shaker, it might take 4-6 shakes...very tiny amount Is this recipe crispy? I don't see any oil in it and often cookies are not crispy without oil. Coconut oil might be good and some vanilla or vanilla and lemon flavour and...
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Re: Help!

Tarilee ·
Hi Shelley, Welcome to the Whole Approach Candida forum. I'm not normally on at this time of the week but I see you're new here and I'm soon to take holidays so I thought I'd jump in and answer. 1- Have you tried pure stevia products that are produced with water as the only solvent? See this type of pure and great tasting stevia as well as other sweeteners on the web store here. 2- Not sure that the flax substitute recommended here will help in the way required by straight coconut flour but...
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*Almond Flour Zucchini Muffins

balancedlife ·
Hi All! I've been looking around this site for a couple weeks, this is my first post, and I want to start by saying that you all totally rock, and I can't believe that I found somewhere that is so in-sync with what I have figured out to be true for...
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?Almond meal cookies

Yogagirl24 ·
These cookies are so yummy and easy to make   Ingredients 3 tablespoons flaxseed meal 6 tablespoons water 3 cups almond meal 1/2 teaspoon sea salt 1 cup stevia or  xylitol   makes 36 cookies     directions  Preheat the...
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Help!

Shelley M ·
Hi, I am day 8 into the program and I really would appreciate some advice: 1. Stevia gives me a headache, is there another sweetener that is acceptable, and good? 2. Any recommendations for an egg substitute? (Blood allergy test suggests egg whites are to be avoided and I am trying to experiment with baking with coconut flour and all the recipes call for lots of eggs) 3. Freeze dried strawberries, are they OK on the diet? 1/2 c serving size 7g carbohydrates, 2g dietary fiber, 5g sugar 4. For...
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Protein Shake

MandaK ·
I love having shakes for breakfast, but the one I was using has a little sugar in it. So I came up with this one for the beginning stages of my detox. I add cocoa powder later in my detox, after a month or two. I can handle nuts just fine, but if you can't, this probably isn't for you. Hope you enjoy! 1 cup unsweetened almond milk 1/3 cup almond butter 3 tbsp hemp protein powder 1 tsp ground cinnamon 1 tsp yacon syrup handful of fresh kale about 5-6 large ice cubes Mix all ingredients...
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Chewy Coconut Cookies

MandaK ·
so, I'm going to a family reunion today and wanted to bring a sweet treat along with my Asian zoodle salad. Found these yummy bites on www.healthysweets.com and they are delicious! I enjoyed sampling one with my breakfast protien shake! This recipe made 15 cookies for me. INGREDIENTS (use organic when possible) 5 tablespoons canned unsweetened, full-fat coconut milk (stir before measuring) 3/4 teaspoon pure vanilla extract 1 teaspoon powdered stevia, which is equivalent to about 2 packets...
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Tarilee ·
I edited to click insert into post body and now the picture is bigger. Thanks for this yummy sounding/looking recipe!!!
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Kevin_ ·
Will add this one to my list, thanks.....appreciate the photo!

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