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11 comments:

  1. Can I use mashed banana instead of applesauce also does this keep good in frig?

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  2. Can I use mashed banana instead of applesauce also does this keep good in frig?

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  3. Hi, any substitution ideas for the almond meal in the paleo bread recipe? I'm allergic to almonds. Also as I'm allergic to dairy, do you think Ghee would work in place of butter or the coconut oil? I'd love to hear your ideas as I've been dying for a fantastic coconut flour banana bread recipe! Thanks!

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  4. Hi, any substitution ideas for the almond meal in the paleo bread recipe? I'm allergic to almonds. Also as I'm allergic to dairy, do you think Ghee would work in place of butter or the coconut oil? I'd love to hear your ideas as I've been dying for a fantastic coconut flour banana bread recipe! Thanks!

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  5. Hey there, you can definitely use ghee or even rice bran oil in place of the butter/coconut oil.

    Can you have other nuts? If so, cashew or hazelnut meal would work perfectly - or even ground sunflower seeds!

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  6. For your 4 ingredient grain free donuts, do I have to use a donut pan? I wanted to make tees as the appeal to be super easy, but I am not sure what I do. I am not sure how the consistency of the batter should be, (don't know if it's too liquidy to just out on a parchment lines pan)
    I really like this recipe and want to try it, BUT I DONT HAVE A DONUT PAN SO I DONT KNOW WHAT TO DO!!!

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    1. Hey there,
      You won't be able to make it on a parchment lined pan, however, you can use a cake or muffin tin if you prefer. Just adjust the cooking time.

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  7. What are the calories on the 4 ing. Donuts?

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  8. What are the calories on the 4 ing. Donuts?

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    1. Hi Connie, I am not 100% certain of the calories of the Grain Free Donuts as I don't count calories, however, a number of pinners have said that they work out to be around 100 calories or under each.

      The easiest way to work it out would be to use an app like MyFitnessPal which will allow you to input your ingredients and divide it by the number of servings you end up making.

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