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Monday, May 9, 2011

Maple Nut Blondies

When the sweet tooth popped up this morning, I decided to bake a quick batch of Maple Nut Blondies. These go together really fast--unless you forgot you were out of eggs like I did. Hubby to the rescue. What a great guy. Now he gets to take this in his lunch bag. He has his motives.

This recipe was featured in the April Diner newsletter. Like the Mr. Peanut Bread, it does not require any special flours, just natural peanut butter. The recipe is adapted from the peanut butter brownies popular on the SCD diet plan. That recipe uses honey, but I subbed sugarfree maple syrup. This imparts a nice maple flavor which reminds me of the Brach's maple nut candies my grandma used to buy. If you don't do sugar alcohols, then you may have to experiment a bit. I bet it can be done, but for now, this is quick and easy. Let me know if any substitutions work.

Maple Nut Blondies

This is one of the recipes included in my new cookbook project, Low Carbing Among Friends.
This recipe is available in the book, along with over 60 additional 24/7 Low Carb Diner recipes. By ordering the book, you get more than 300 favorite gluten free recipes from four other well known low carb cooking experts…Jennifer Eloff of Splendid Low Carbing cookbook fame, Kent Altena, the Atkins Diet Geek and You Tube star, nutritionist and author Maria Emmerich of Maria’s Nutritious and Delicious Journal, and popular blogger and food stylist, Carolyn Ketchum of All Day I Dream About Food. Unlike any other cookbook you may own, this one is a compilation of mini cookbooks featuring the talents of these well known low carbers. Think of it as a “best of” project.
Low Carbing Among Friends also features recipes from numerous other talented low carbing friends and recommendations from the medical community who recognize the health benefits of low carb, gluten free living. To preorder your copy, visit The official release date is 11/11/11, so pre-order now for a discount.

Just as a side note, I already had the oven hot this morning, so I baked this batch at 350 for 20 minutes and they did fine.

Depending on the brand of syrup you choose, you may wish to increase the sweetness by adding an additional packet of sweetener. We like them fine this way, letting the maple and peanut flavors shine through.

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