Recipe Appreciation & MaryAnn’s Gluten- and Sugar-Free Muffins

Later this week I will celebrate one year with this blog! I have learned so much about food during the past twelve months including many new, delicious recipes from a number of family members, friends, colleagues and blog writers. So many of you have taken the time to adapt your favorite foods to be free of yeast and refined sugar, and have shared your results with me. I appreciate your help tremendously! A sample of the wonderful contributors to this blog so far include:

–MIL and FIL have shared Garlic Shrimp with Pasta, Apple Pie, Pumpkin Pie, Peach Ice Cream and Apple and Raisin Stuffing
–A tasty Spinach Gratin from Rachel
–Refreshing Salad Dressing from Natalie
–Healthy Baked Squash, Popovers and Mashed Cauliflower Potatoes from Bree
Homemade Yogurt from Leslie and Rick that’s a great idea
–Bill’s creative Triple Nut Mix
–Wonderful Oatmeal Pancakes from Beth
–SensitiveHusband made delicious Peanut Butter Cups and Agave Chocolate Milk
–MaryAnn created some excellent Oat Bran Muffins

Thank you for all of your efforts and ideas…I appreciate you tapping into your “sensitive” side to create delicious yeast-free, refined sugar-free food!

Let’s celebrate a year of collaborating with a recipe: MaryAnn has created another great muffin and this time it is gluten- and sugar-free. You can get creative with the fruit additions to this tasty treat.

Ingredients:
–1 1/4 cup Pamela’s Muffin Mix (this is a gluten-free flour blend)
–1/4 cup water
–1/3 cup honey
–1 large egg
–1 teaspoon vanilla
–1/2 cup fruit (such as bananas or blueberries) OR 1/2 cup dried fruit (such as raisins) with 1/4 additional cup of water

Preparation:

–Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
–Grease muffin pan.
–Mix all of the ingredients together.
–Pour batter into muffin pan and bake for 18-20 minutes.
–Yields 6 muffins.

I am sharing this recipe with Simply Sugar and Gluten Free and Food Trip Friday.

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7 responses to “Recipe Appreciation & MaryAnn’s Gluten- and Sugar-Free Muffins

  1. Dear Sensitive Economist. Congrats on your one year anniverrsary! You do a wonderfully informative blog. Once I retire, I plan to strart usingthem.

    Love,

    Peter

  2. Looks yummy! I would love to try this recipe..

    Visiting for FTF- hope you can stop by:)

    http://myrecipecollection.info/2012/03/mrs-pauls-crunchy-fish-fillets.html

  3. thanks for sharing this recipe. I’m not a cook or baker but I love food and trying to learn cooking specially now that I’m already a mom..

    dropping for FTF
    http://placesfoods.blogspot.com/2012/03/birthday-cakes.html

  4. Yum, looks delish! And happy 1st anniversary!

  5. that sounds so yummy, and healthy…thanks for sharing your recipe! visiting from FTF, hope you can visit me back. thanks and have a great week. 🙂

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