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Old 06-30-2020, 10:14 PM   #21
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I didn't!
So you're saying your husband eats jars of almond flour. Did we assume correctly?
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Old 06-30-2020, 10:23 PM   #22
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I didn't!
PS - please get out of my thread. Your comments are ridiculous (I believe you're just trolling) and you don't come onto boards like these and include in your posts that you "have to pee!"

Plus you've made other extremely strange comments. You obviously have no intention of constructively contributing to this community.
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Old 06-30-2020, 11:19 PM   #23
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I do! I was telling a joke! I was also sharing my opinion on almond flour! I will now exit the discussion!
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Old 07-03-2020, 09:06 AM   #24
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How about experimenting substituting some, not all, almond flour for some white flour? I would think muffins would be a "safe" place to start, you can throw in some fruit and it will probably be relatively tasty. Maybe substitute 1/4 of the AP flour with almond flour.
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How about experimenting substituting some, not all, almond flour for some white flour? I would think muffins would be a "safe" place to start, you can throw in some fruit and it will probably be relatively tasty. Maybe substitute 1/4 of the AP flour with almond flour.
Wouldn't hurt to try. Thanks
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Old 07-03-2020, 04:34 PM   #26
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Streusel Topping for 24 muffins:

1/3 C. sugar
1/3 C. dark brown sugar, packed
3/4 tsp. cinnamon
(pinch nutmeg optional)
8 TBSP. (1 stick) butter, melted
1 3/4 C. all-purpose flour (REPLACE all or part with almond flour)
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Old 07-03-2020, 04:49 PM   #27
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Streusel Topping for 24 muffins:

1/3 C. sugar
1/3 C. dark brown sugar, packed
3/4 tsp. cinnamon
(pinch nutmeg optional)
8 TBSP. (1 stick) butter, melted
1 3/4 C. all-purpose flour (REPLACE all or part with almond flour)
Great idea. This reminds me that I made an apple crisp dessert for a master gardener event and we knew there were two people who had celiac disease. I used a recipe like this for the crisp topping (with rolled oats) and I liked it better than one made with wheat flour. Almond flour has much more flavor.
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Old 07-03-2020, 07:26 PM   #28
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Streusel Topping for 24 muffins:

1/3 C. sugar
1/3 C. dark brown sugar, packed
3/4 tsp. cinnamon
(pinch nutmeg optional)
8 TBSP. (1 stick) butter, melted
1 3/4 C. all-purpose flour (REPLACE all or part with almond flour)
Ooo, yum! Thanks for that.

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Great idea. This reminds me that I made an apple crisp dessert for a master gardener event and we knew there were two people who had celiac disease. I used a recipe like this for the crisp topping (with rolled oats) and I liked it better than one made with wheat flour. Almond flour has much more flavor.
It really does have nice flavor. I followed Chief's suggestion yesterday and added almond flour to my bowl of Cream of Wheat (have loved that stuff since I was a kid) and it tasted so delicious.
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Old 07-04-2020, 06:21 AM   #29
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If you want an over the top treat made with your almond flour, try this - https://lovingitvegan.com/vegan-snic...s-gluten-free/

Where the recipe calls for 2/3rds cup rolled oats, processed into flour, sustitue 1/3 cup roilled oats, and 1/3 cup almond flour that has been toasted in the oven. I would also use a melted Lindt bar of choice, milk chocolate, salted 70% dark chocolate, etc., as they are readily available.

Roasting the almond flour should give it a more familiar nutty flavor.

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Old 07-04-2020, 10:30 AM   #30
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If you want an over the top treat made with your almond flour, try this - https://lovingitvegan.com/vegan-snic...s-gluten-free/

Where the recipe calls for 2/3rds cup rolled oats, processed into flour, sustitue 1/3 cup roilled oats, and 1/3 cup almond flour that has been toasted in the oven. I would also use a melted Lindt bar of choice, milk chocolate, salted 70% dark chocolate, etc., as they are readily available.

Roasting the almond flour should give it a more familiar nutty flavor.

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See, now those look good. However, if I would venture to make these, I'd use real milk chocolate
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Old 07-04-2020, 11:23 AM   #31
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See, now those look good. However, if I would venture to make these, I'd use real milk chocolate
That's why I recommended Lindt. Of course you have options, i.e. Dove, Guitard, Ghiradelli, etc.

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Make macarons! A few year ago, you couldn't find almond flour anywhere. Then the macaron rage took over the baking world. For a while, everyone was learning to make the delicate French cookie with the creamy buttercream filling. Almond flour, confectioners sugar and egg whites are the major ingredients.
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My wife picked up a bag the other day, I used some, and threw out the rest the next day.
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Make macarons! A few year ago, you couldn't find almond flour anywhere. Then the macaron rage took over the baking world. For a while, everyone was learning to make the delicate French cookie with the creamy buttercream filling. Almond flour, confectioners sugar and egg whites are the major ingredients.
Nice idea, I'll check into that

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My wife picked up a bag the other day, I used some, and threw out the rest the next day.
Oh, wups!

Guess it's not everyone's cup of tea.
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Old 07-04-2020, 09:51 PM   #35
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Well done Silversage! Can't believe no one picked up on that before.
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Milk Street has a lemon almond pound cake recipe that is out of this world good. I bought more almond flour once when my wife made it just to make sure we could have it again...
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