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PrincessMia
Tuesday, March 22, 2011, 12:05pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Spelt Chocolate Chip Muffins Recipe

1/2     cups soya flour
1/4     cups dark cocoa powder
1      cups flour, spelt
3      tsp baking powder
1/4      tsp salt
1/2      cup brown sugar
1/3      cup canola oil
1      cup mashed pumpkin
1      egg
1      cup chocolate chips

  
Directions
    
   1. mix dry ingredients set aside
   2. combine sugar, oil, egg, pumpkin, add to flour mix.
   3. mix gently, do not over mix.
   4. add chocolate chips last.
   5. spoon into muffin pan

   6. bake at 375 for 20 minutes.
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PrincessMia
Tuesday, March 22, 2011, 12:08pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Spelt Chocolate Chip Muffins Recipe

1/2     cups soya flour
1/4     cups cocoa powder
1      cups flour, spelt
3      tsp baking powder
1/4      tsp salt
1/2      cup brown sugar
1/3      cup canola oil
1      cup mashed pumpkin
1      egg
1      cup dark chocolate chips

  
Directions
    
   1. mix dry ingredients set aside
   2. combine sugar, oil, egg, pumpkin, add to flour mix.
   3. mix gently, do not over mix.
   4. add chocolate chips last.
   5. spoon into muffin pan

   6. bake at 375 for 20 minutes.


These are delicious. I thought the pumpkin would ruin it but gave it a try. They have a cake like texture.
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I think I will make these tomorrow. Thanks!


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I have some frozen pumpkin in the freezer!  And since we're O's, I'll sub the soy flour with another flour.... maybe quinoa flour.  Going to try this tonight.


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PrincessMia,
Tried the muffins last night!  Delicious .

To make them O and Hunter friendly, I subbed in almond flour and tapioca flour for the soy flour and safflower oil for the canola.  I baked them for 15 minutes.... our ovens must be different  

Thanks


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Glad you enjoyed them!!
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PrincessMia
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Here is one for O and A.



Vegetable Omelet

Fry up 1 clove of garlic, small onion and small shredded beet till almost soft and add small broccoli floweretts and cook till slightly soft. Remove from pan. Put beaten eggs ( I used 3 ) in pan and pour vegetables over and top with shredded mozzarella cheese. Cook just till you see edge cooking then put on broil in oven. I put it for six minutes. I used salt to season. You can put what you wish that is compliant. I used olive oil as well. Yummy
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Thanks, PrincessMia! I am going to modify it for Bs. You are awesome!


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Thanks PrincessMia, my DH is an O and will be home for a week tomorrow, so it'll be good to have a recipe to try that we can both eat!! What sort of mozzarella do you use - I have never bought it and see that you can buy it shredded (probably has avoids so won't go there, if so), in a brine?? and in blockks.
Some is quite expensive and no doubt very nice but I would like to get something on the cheaper end of the scale but still nice and tasty and compliant  
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mmmm, must try these...

I wonder if you can use olive oil in the muffins, that's what I have at home.. I'll have to change temp into celsius too  


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wonder if you can use olive oil in the muffins

I do
or use another beneficial oil to test


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bought pumpkin   does it have to be cooked or just pulped??
Lola, I don't know if I could easily find linen oil, so I'll stick to olive   they use it here for sponge cakes anyway, so it must be good  


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I have never tried olive oil in baking. Let me know how they turn out. Once I figure out what my genotype is, I will have to switch oil again. Olive oil would be safe for myself and my family. I read before that it cant take higher temperatures. Maybe I am wrong. That's why I never tried it. I think I personally would opt for a lighter version because olive oil is strong to me, being a super taster.
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I guess you can use ghee as well, right?


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I have used olive oil in baking.  You don't taste the "olive" and it works well for me.  
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I tried the blend of avocodo, dates and cocoa today. It was sooo good. My blender was not the best to mix it so it was a little lumpy but the parts that were smooth really gave the texture of icecream. I put it in the freezer for about a half hour, could have used more time.
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PrincessMia,

Perhaps there's a "BTD type cookbook in your future".  

You say you blended avocadoes, dates, and cocoa and put it in the freezer (not long enough according to you)

That does sound kind of yummy.  I still miss ice cream but not the dairy/caloric negative effects for me.  

What I'd like to know is what proportions of each did you blend?  I've been using my blender lately for the tumeric/fruit smoothie I make so it is plugged in and ready-to-go.

Along with getting spices that I cook with almost on a daily basis I purchased some real Dutch cocoa powder.  Well, it doesn't have to be snowing or 32 degrees outside for me to enjoy a hot chocolate.  It's a world of difference in flavor between regular cocoa mix and Dutch cocoa.

Thanks.

Joy
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I should have paid attention. I just kept tossing in the dates till it reached my required sweetness, 1 avocodo and two heaping tbsps of cocoa powder. Going to try it with my hand blender tomorrow. The texture was truly amazing except for the parts that did not blend. Maybe it was hard to blend because I could only find dried dates. The moist ones would have worked better. Maybe I will soak them in a little water tomorrow before I make it. It truly helped me with my ice cream want today.
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I should have paid attention. I just kept tossing in the dates till it reached my required sweetness, 1 avocodo and two heaping tbsps of cocoa powder. Going to try it with my hand blender tomorrow. The texture was truly amazing except for the parts that did not blend. Maybe it was hard to blend because I could only find dried dates. The moist ones would have worked better. Maybe I will soak them in a little water tomorrow before I make it. It truly helped me with my ice cream want today.


Tried it again today. Was much better than yesterday. I soaked the dates in some hot water and mashed them first. I also added some vanilla. I left it in the freezer in a glass bowl for 45 minutes. That was perfect. The hand blender was not fantastic in mixing either but better than the food processor.. Has anyone tried the magic bullet? If so, is it any good? Once I perfect it, will add mini dark chocolate chips.
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Hi, PrincessMia,

Glad you posted your new attempt at making your dessert concoction.  I have everything but the dates which I picked up at the HFS today.  Will add the vanilla also.

45minutes in a glass bowl in the freezer.  OK.  

I'll post the results (probably tomorrow).

Joy
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you can always add your recipes.....for posterity

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Once I perfect it I will.
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PM,

Here's my initial reaction to your dessert.  It's very good.  It's in the freezer right now almost for the 45 minute time.  I just tasted it and it is surprising how close the consistency to ice cream is.  

I don't feel it takes alot either to be filling (but much healthier than dairy).  

I see what you mean about the dates.  I cut them up and soaked them in water before adding them to the blender.  Even though the blender was on high they still didn't mix completely.

I am wondering what other ingredient could tweak the mix into being a bit creamier.  It is certainly sweet enough with the vanilla extract added.

Any further ideas on this I will let you know.  


Joy

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I am wondering what other ingredient could tweak the mix into being a bit creamier.


How about a nut butter or some flax seed? I used flax seed when I demonstrated BTD shakes in the Vitamix to thicken them up (for me, banana would do the trick but flax replaced that creaminess so all blood types could indulge).

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