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Blueberry Muffins (Gluten-Free)


The finished blueberry muffins. Photo: CC--thebittenword.com

This recipe originally appeared in the Autumn 2010 edition of Celiac.com's Journal of Gluten-Sensitivity.

Ingredients:
1 cup brown rice flour
½ cup rice bran
1 ½ teaspoons baking powder
1 egg
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 tablespoon honey
¾ cup orange juice or water
½ cup blueberries

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Directions:
Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.  Combine flour, bran, baking powder in bowl.  Stir to mix.  Add rest of the ingredients.  Mix well.  Spoon into lightly oiled muffin cups.  Bake 12 to 15 minutes, or until brown.  Makes 9 muffins.

One muffin = 151 calories, 3 g Protein, 21g Carbohydrates, 8g Fat, 194mg Sodium

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8 Responses:

 
Emily
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20 Aug 2011 6:20:07 PM PDT
So good! I've made them three times so far. I substituted sorghum flour for rice flour and added some quinoa flakes for a change of pace. Thanks for the recipe!

 
Christy
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28 Dec 2011 6:07:11 PM PDT
These muffins have absolutely no taste and are very bland.

 
Hannah
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20 Feb 2012 2:20:34 AM PDT
Lovely.

 
Jeni
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24 Feb 2012 3:59:15 PM PDT
I substituted brown rice syrup as you can't have honey on FODMAP diet, and it worked ok and adding a bit of banana helps with the flavour.

 
Pauline
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01 Mar 2012 10:06:06 AM PDT
I have not made them but would like to know if they freeze OK?

 
Kalina Priss
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25 Mar 2012 8:33:31 PM PDT
You can taste the baking powder and they are very bland...needs more honey.

 
Mandy
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10 Jul 2012 6:41:34 PM PDT
If you were unlucky enough to click on this recipe, leave the page now - this is the worst gluten-free recipe I have EVER made, and I've made a lot. A whole pan of muffins were completely inedible. Bitter, funky and nasty. Stay away.

 
JudHui
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28 May 2013 8:52:03 AM PDT
This is the worst recipe I have ever made or tasted! DO NOT TRY IT!!!!




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