Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Paleo Snickerdoodles

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http://akitchencafe.com/2013/11/12/paleo-snickerdoodles/



16 comments:

  1. Can you use coconut flour instead of almond flour??? They look great!!!

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    1. Not as a 1:1 substitution. Coconut flour is a lot more dense and requires a lot more liquid. Most recipes use coconut flour in small amounts, or add several eggs to compensate. I'd say you could probably substitute 1/4-1/2 cup of coconut flour in, but I wouldn't do any more than that. And obviously I haven't tried that, so I'm not 100% sure how they'll be. :) But let me know how it goes if you try it!

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  2. I don't understand why none of the dessert recipes use Stevia Powder. I even have a "baking stevia"
    that has added fiber in it. Am I missing something? I may try this with stevia replacing the coconut
    sugar. Also the ingredients has honey listed and instructions says agave, guess it doesn't matter which you use in the batter.

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    1. Thanks for catching the honey/agave discrepancy! Both are fine to use. ;) Stevia should also be fine, I just don't use it.

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  3. I added a drop of almond milk when the batter didn't quite stick together! Worked great and tastes lovely :)

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  4. I added a drop of almond milk when the batter didn't quite stick together! Worked great and tastes lovely :)

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  5. Approximately how many does this recipe make?

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  6. 12-15, I believe. It's been a bit since I made them :)

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    1. Sorry I didn't see your question sooner- I'm operating at www.akitchencafe.com, now. :)
      Yes, 1/4 cup. Thank you for pointing that out!

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