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Hi,

Has anyone tried the zucchini muffin recipe from the SCDdiet website. I just tried baking them tonight and they are SOGGY!!. The tops are brown and look crisp, but the insides are totally wet. It felt like I was eating a lump of mix from the bowl.

Any success with this recipe? I was thinking that maybe I should turn the temp down and increase cooking time....or maybe only fill the muffin cups 1-3 full.

Any suggestions?

Heather : )

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I haven't tried the recipe ~ no zucchini! They sound good though! I would turn the temp down and cook longer... soggy muffins are icky!! I usually bake muffins at 350 for around 20-25 min. I don't know what it is telling you to do, but turning the temp down sounds like the logical option. Good luck! :)

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I haven't tried them - I can't seem to tolerate almond flour. I would definitely try cooking them longer at a lower temperature though. That works for my peanut butter muffins.

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Thanks for the advice.

I actually don't think that I can tolerate anything with almonds in it too. I have noticed many times that I feel especially heavy and bloated after eating almond flour. I tried eating them once more this morning, and I feel and look like I am 5 months pregnant. My weight also went up by 6 lbs over night after eating one........heavy muffins : )

I better just stick to yogurt.

H : )

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Thanks for the advice.

I actually don't think that I can tolerate anything with almonds in it too. I have noticed many times that I feel especially heavy and bloated after eating almond flour. I tried eating them once more this morning, and I feel and look like I am 5 months pregnant. My weight also went up by 6 lbs over night after eating one........heavy muffins : )

I better just stick to yogurt.

H : )

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Yep. All those nut butters are really fattening. I can't tolerate the almond flour either. :angry: Too bad, cuz I think they're yummy!

~Brenda

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Do you guys have issues with nuts? I've been snacking on more nuts the last few days and I've gotten gas and a little crampy, which is rare for me. I definitely think there's a correlation for moi.

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When on SCD, i noticed that as well. Raisins and really fibrous things would get me gassy, so I just would stick to a "simpler" diet for a few days (example of chicken breast, really cooked carrots, green beans and homemade applesauce). once I got a yogurt maker, I noticed the improvement and my body could handle all of these foods without being gassy, so I used that as my baseline for intestional improvement if that makes sense!

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