Adapted from Recipe# 156338. Went to the pantry and saw that I was out of whole wheat flour. Then I felt creative and wanted to add other things... This was the result. I still was planning to play with the receipt a bit more and add whole wheat flour or something, but the family liked these so much and ate them so fast, I changed my mind. Instead of rice flour I would think another flour would work fine, such as all-purpose, whole wheat, whole wheat pastry or other. I made these small and got 18 muffins, but I like them small. Then I can have two.
flour, applesauce, baking soda, banana, rice, vegetable oil, cinnamon, flax seed, honey, rolled oat, salt, vanilla extract, walnut
Vegan banana pancakes, delicious by themselves or with a sweet topping. Soy flour gives these more protein than regular pancakes. Prep:5m
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If you are like many people and can't eat wheat, barley, or rye because of celiac or gluten intolerance, you need an inexpensive and nutritious substitute for regular wheat flour that will work for baking. This is my own version of such a flour. The majority of these components may be purchased very cheaply in Asian markets. The Great Northern Bean flour is not available on the market, but G.N. beans are very inexpensive and you can make your own flour out of them with a flour mill or even a regular coffee mill (just sift the flour through a fine sieve to remove the large pieces and regrind them). If you would rather use a ready-made bean flour, you can find garbanzo/fava bean flour in most whole foods markets. It is more costly than making your own and the end result will have a stronger flavor, but it will have the same general characteristics and nutrition value. This flour works well for most baking applications such as cookies, brownies, etc, but it will have a strong flavor until cooked because of the bean flour so it is not recommended for uncooked applications. For cakes you should add 1/4 to 1/2 tsp xanthan gum per cup of flour. For bread recipes you should add 1 tsp xanthan gum per cup of flour to simulate the effects of gluten, or better yet simply follow a recipe for gluten free bread. I find that the addition of 1/2 cup of oat flour adds greatly to the consistency of this flour, but due to the ongoing debate regarding the safety of oats to celiacs I have omitted it from the ingredients list. You may add it if desired.
"A tasty bread machine health bread enriched by the fiber and nutrition of oat bran and flax meal."
"This is a delicious and lighter version of a type of oat bran muffin. You could vary the fruit - blueberries, strawberries, canned peaches, etc. They are incredibly delicious served with fresh strawberries. Yum!"
applesauce, baking powder, baking soda, blueberries, brown sugar, vegetable oil, cinnamon, egg substitute, flour, granola, oat bran, pecan, salt, vanilla extract
"Great for tacos and quesadillas, these tortillas also have added flavor and fiber from oat bran."
This is a light oat bread that seems to even please picky kids!!!
These muffins are delicious and loaded with fiber and heart-friendly oat bran. They may truly be the breakfast of champions. You may use Granny Smith or Gravenstein apples, but feel free to try your favorite green apple. You can freeze what you don't consume right away for a later date.
apple juice concentrate, baking soda, vegetable oil, cinnamon, apple, nutmeg, oat bran, flour, water, flour
"Bread machine recipe."
"This is a hearty and delicious bread with a sweet flavor and a little bit of spice. Try adding some raisins or chopped nuts for an added surprise. Excellent with nut butters."
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