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Streusel Topped Apple Muffins

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I made these for a family brunch last weekend. They turned out sooo great! All my gluten-eating relatives were raving about them. My aunt even emptied the platter of them onto a paper plate when we were leaving. So much for leftovers :)

http://www.eatingglutenfree.com/recipes_bread/#applemuff

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I made these for a family brunch last weekend. They turned out sooo great! All my gluten-eating relatives were raving about them. My aunt even emptied the platter of them onto a paper plate when we were leaving. So much for leftovers :)

http://www.eatingglutenfree.com/recipes_bread/#applemuff

These look delicious! Thanks for posting!

Emily

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Thank you for posting this link to eating gluten-free. Somehow, I've never discovered it, and many of the recipies sound very interesting and unusual. I definately want to try some of the sauces.

best regards, lm

I can't help but rave about this website. The 2 ladies who run it both live in my area, and host a cooking class once a month. They've helped me so much, and I have yet to make a bad recipe! I seriously reccommend their cookbook! I have almost ruined mine with so much use and so many spills (along with tears of joy at eating delicous baked goods again)! Definitely a must!

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I can't help but rave about this website. The 2 ladies who run it both live in my area, and host a cooking class once a month. They've helped me so much, and I have yet to make a bad recipe! I seriously reccommend their cookbook! I have almost ruined mine with so much use and so many spills (along with tears of joy at eating delicous baked goods again)! Definitely a must!

Sf,

Would you recommend the second book or getting both books?

best regards, lm

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Sweetfudge,

The streusel muffin recipe sounded so good that I tried this right away. One drawback is that one gluten-free can't eat corn right now, so had to substitute potato starch (didn't have any arrowroot). I thought it wouldn't make much difference, but it must have. The muffins didn't rise at all. Do you think the potato starch caused this? I think if the muffins had risen at all they would have been good. Because of "no corn" we make our own baking powder using cream of tartar. Maybe I need to use more, because of this?! If anyone has any ideas, I'd appreciate them. Thanks!

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Sf,

Would you recommend the second book or getting both books?

best regards, lm

As far as I know, they only have one book so far, but I would definitely recommend it. I bought it for my aunt who has a wheat allergy, and she went out and got it for her gluten-eating daughter :)

Sweetfudge,

The streusel muffin recipe sounded so good that I tried this right away. One drawback is that one gluten-free can't eat corn right now, so had to substitute potato starch (didn't have any arrowroot). I thought it wouldn't make much difference, but it must have. The muffins didn't rise at all. Do you think the potato starch caused this? I think if the muffins had risen at all they would have been good. Because of "no corn" we make our own baking powder using cream of tartar. Maybe I need to use more, because of this?! If anyone has any ideas, I'd appreciate them. Thanks!

Hm, a good question, but not one I would be able to answer. I'm good at following the directions of a recipe, but not the person to tell you why or how. I would take that one to the many bakers here :D

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Jo Ann -

The substitution of potato starch for corn starch shouldn't make a difference - I've done that in the featherlight mix before, and haven't had a problem. It might be the baking powder - but if it's working okay in your other recipes, then it ought to work just fine here, too. Hmmm . .. Did you make any other modifications to the recipe?

Betsy

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larry mac -

We're still working on the second book - I don't think we'll publish it until around November this year.

Oooh a second book! I am so excited!

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