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How to Use Gelatin as a Gut-Friendly Egg Replacer

How to Use Gelatin as a Gut-Friendly Egg Replacer

Wondering how you can replace eggs in baked goods without using seeds or fruit? Well, it turns out that GELATIN can be used as a super gut-friendly egg replacement in just about any baked recipe, sweet or savory. Learn how to use it here!

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Autoimmune Paleo Savory Breakfast Cookies (aka flattened biscuits)

Autoimmune Paleo Savory Breakfast Cookies (aka flattened biscuits)

Sometimes kitchen failures turn into great recipes. I've tried and tried to come up with an egg-free, autoimmune paleo biscuit, but, no matter what I do, they don't rise. They've all come out flat as pancakes! Thus, Savory Breakfast Cookies were born. Even though they don't look like a biscuit, they taste like one, and they make the perfect AIP savory breakfast bread! 

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I expect you, the reader, are making any recipe on this website or in my books at your own risk. I, Amanda Torres and/or The Curious Coconut, am not liable or responsible for adverse reactions to food consumed such as food poisoning and any kind of food-borne disease, misinterpreted recipes, domestic accidents, including but not limited to fires, cuts, bodily injuries, and messes in the kitchen. The recipes presented are intended for use by persons having appropriate technical skill, at their own discretion and risk.
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Paleo Plantain Flour Pancakes

Paleo Plantain Flour Pancakes

I have tried a LOT of gluten-free/paleo pancake recipes, and I think that plantain flour pancakes are my new favorite. They have a lovely savory flavor,  a pleasant, fluffy texture, and they are super easy to handle in the frying pan. Bonus: there is a variation for an egg-free, autoimmune paleo-friendly version here that uses gelatin. Whichever version you make, you will enjoy these!

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I expect you, the reader, are making any recipe on this website or in my books at your own risk. I, Amanda Torres and/or The Curious Coconut, am not liable or responsible for adverse reactions to food consumed such as food poisoning and any kind of food-borne disease, misinterpreted recipes, domestic accidents, including but not limited to fires, cuts, bodily injuries, and messes in the kitchen. The recipes presented are intended for use by persons having appropriate technical skill, at their own discretion and risk.
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