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I’m gluten-free/dairy-free/vegan. Do you have recipes made for these special diets?

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Susan Mills January 6, 2014

Hi there

Can you please help me with converting US cups into grams. I have looked on several websites and they differ so much.
4 Cups rolled oats
1/2 Cup pecans
1/2 Cup slivered almonds
1/4 Cup oil
1/3 Cup honey

Namy thanks

Susan

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alexandra January 7, 2014

Hi Susan, I hope you received my e-mail with all of the measurements. Let me know if you didn’t or if you have any other questions!

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Crystal March 21, 2014

Just a quick question…I’ve seen a lot of recipes call for cornstarch, is there an acceptable substitute? Perhaps honey? Thanks :-)

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Crystal March 21, 2014

Sorry meant corn syrup.

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alexandra March 25, 2014

Hi Crystal,
I’m assuming you mean recipes in general, and not necessarily recipes from my blog? (The reason why I ask is very few of my recipes use corn syrup). Anyway, honey, agave, or golden syrup are often good substitutes, but it really depends on the recipe. David Lebovitz has a good post on this topic that might be helpful to you here.

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Walla October 14, 2017

Hi alexandra,
Thank you so much for posting the ultimate chocolate muffin recipe, I made it and was facinated by the results. So I went haunting for bakery style blueberry muffin recipe (that uses whole blueberries) but unfortunately I didn’t find what I was looking for
And I am wondering if I adjusted the chocolate muffin recipe ( by substituting chocolate powder with corn starch or flour and chocolate chips with blueberries), would you think I would get a satisfying result <<< Ive made many recipes but they were all a failure to me ( they were OK but non of the recipes were it)

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alexandra October 16, 2017

Hi there! So glad you’re enjoying the muffins as much as I did! I think if you were to sub the cocoa powder for more flour it would probably work fairly well; you could also scale down on the sugar a bit (unless you like a pretty sweet muffin), since you don’t need to balance the bitterness of the cocoa.
That being said, you could also try this recipe, which I think might give you the results you’re looking for, and just use blueberries in place of the chocolate chips and strawberries. It’s one of the first recipes I posted here so the photos are quite mediocre (lol), but the recipe is a good one!

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