Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Grain-Free, Dairy-Free Coffee Cake


This scrumptious gluten-free, grain-free, sugar-free, and dairy-free coffee cake recipe comes from Kelly Brozyna's new cookbook, Grain-Free Baked Goods and Desserts! It is one of those recipes that is nutritious enough to stand alone at breakfast time, though I prefer to serve it with a Green Smoothie! It is filled with cooked white beans, coconut flour, eggs, and a little honey and stevia! My children love this recipe and as the neighbor girl who was visiting today said, "I can't believe this is gluten-free, it is so good!"

As a kick-off to the giving season, I have one signed copy of her book that I am giving away today! In fact, every post in the next three weeks will have a book or product being given away to one of you! All you need to do is leave a comment below to enter.

Last year I reviewed Kelly's first book, The Spunky Coconut Cookbook. A year later, I am back with more praise for her second book! I love how nutritious and kid-friendly all of Kelly's recipes are. As the title describes, this book is grain-free, but also completely casein-free, soy-free, and refined sugar-free. Many of the recipes are also egg-free. If you are vegan or are sensitive to eating eggs then you will still find plenty of recipes in this book to suit your needs. This book also works well for diabetics and others with blood sugar metabolism issues.

Both of Kelly's books are filled with beautiful, color photos. My children like to sit down with the new book and page through it picking out all of the recipes they want me to make! They also think it's pretty neat that I wrote the foreword for her book. Below is one of our favorite recipes from her book, enjoy!




Grain-Free Coffee Cake

This recipe is moist and delicious to the last bite. I never dries out and is best kept in the fridge after the first day. I've made a few changes to it, mainly doubling the cinnamon in the topping and increasing the cooking time. All of her recipes take longer for me to bake. I think that might be because Kelly creates these recipes in a very dry climate at an altitude of above 5000 feet and I am at sea level in a very moist climate. Although her recipe indicates to bake this coffee cake for 25 minutes, it takes me 45 to 50 minutes until it is cooked all the way through. No recipe can ever be perfect because of all of the variables involved. Just check for doneness in the center of the cake after 25 minutes. Then you be the judge as to how much more time it needs. Note: you can view the original recipe on Kelly's website.

Wet ingredients:
2 cups cooked and drained white beans (at room temp)
6 large organic eggs
1/3 cup honey
1/4 cup melted virgin coconut oil
3/4 teaspoon liquid stevia
2 teaspoons vanilla
1 teaspoon almond flavoring

Dry Ingredients:
1/3 cup coconut flour
1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
3/4 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon sea salt

Topping:
2 to 3 cups raw walnuts
1/2 cup coconut sugar
4 tablespoons coconut oil
2 tablespoons cinnamon


Preheat oven to 325 degrees F. Lightly grease a 9 x 13-innch glass baking dish.

Use an 11-cup or larger food processor fitted with the "s" blade. Add to it all of the wet ingredients. Process until smooth. Then add dry ingredients. Process again until very smooth and creamy.

Pour batter into prepared pan, scraping the sides of the processor with a rubber spatula. Then rinse the food processor to make the topping.

Place the walnuts, sugar, and cinnamon into the food processor and process until nuts are very finely ground. The add melted coconut oil and process again. Sprinkle topping over cake batter.

Bake for *25 to 50 minutes or until toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean. Source: www.NourishingMeals.com

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Enter to win Kelly's new book, Grain-Free Baked Goods and Desserts!
In the past when I've done giveaways such as this one, sometimes the winner doesn't respond. Since your email address is not embedded in your comment it is up to you to check back to see if you've won. If you subscribe by email or RSS you will be notified in my next post.


To enter, just leave a comment with your name or initials.
To enter twice, share this post on Twitter, then come back and leave another comment.
To enter a third time, share this post on Facebook, then come back and leave another comment.

This drawing is open until 9pm PST on Monday December 6th, 2010.

Update: the winner is:  Meagan of Mutritious Muffins! Could you please email me with your shipping address, thanks!


203 comments:

  1. This recipe looks tasty! I'll have to file it away as more and more people in my life are go G-Free

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  2. Can't wait to try this recipe!

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  3. Wow - that looks fantastic. I've been trying to avoid wheat, and other grains, more lately, but grain free baking hadn't entered my head.

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  4. Awesome giveaway, I really want her book :D

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  5. Oh, that cake looks good! Can't wait to get Kelly's book and try out all her new recipes. I just ordered coconut flour last week, so I'd be ready, plus I cooked beans and froze them. Don't want to miss out on any of that goodness! Thanks for the tip on the baking time and overall great review, Ali! I'm not entering the giveaway, but good luck to all who are! :-)

    Hugs,
    Shirley

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  6. Shared on Facebook. For those who are dairy, refined sugar, soy and gluten free this book would be a Godsend! The recipe looks wonderful and I will be giving it a try soon!

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  7. I have just recently gone gluten, soy, dairy and casein and refined sugar free. It has been quite the learning experience (in a good way!) I would love to have this cookbook in my repertoire.

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  8. YUM! Consider this my official entry. :) Can't wait!

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  9. I would LOVE to win this cookbook! Kelly's recipes always rock.

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  10. Thanks! I'm excited to try it and to pass it on to my friend who is on a strict grain-free diet. :)

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  11. Wow, that coffee cake looks so tasty! I was really excited to see the words "grain-free" as well because I just eliminated grains from my diet! I would love to win Kelly's new book to see what else I could do without grains :)

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  12. Shared on Facebook.

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  13. This recipe looks great. Can't wait to try it out since I've bought some coconut flour :>)

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  14. This looks great! I love beans in cake.

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  15. OMG!!! I have never seen a grain free cake that looks so good! I have been grain free for health reasons and am SO going to make this!!!

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  16. I absolutely LOVE your recipes! This coffee cake from Kelly looks amazing, too. I have Kelly's first cookbook and absolutely love it! I was actually out near her in Boulder doing Bauman's Natural Chef program this past Spring - what a great place to be! Her new cookbook would be great to add to my repertoire for clients with food allergies :-)

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  17. Looks great! Now that I can eat eggs again, I'm excited to try the coconut flour I bought.

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  18. I have white beans in the fridge and am going to make this Sunday afternoon for a treat!

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  19. Looking forward to trying this over the holidays

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  20. Very Glad I came across your blog. Looking forward to trying this!-- LBJ

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  21. Yeah for grain free! I'm filing this one away in the must try! I need to make a few adjustments like you, but it looks wonderful. Thank you for sharing this and all the recipes you share!

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  22. I love the idea of a protein rich treat! --Lori

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  23. It's a good thing that I have eaten breakfast before seeing this! Looks great for my families diet! ~Debbie

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  24. Looks so yummy. I will be trying this recipe soon - maybe today!!!

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  25. I am drooling over this new cookbook! I adore her first book, and I can only imagine that this one is just as wonderful! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  26. Ali,
    Shared on Facebook & Twitter.
    ~Debbie

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  27. This is delicious and perfect for these cooler mornings! Love the texture and flavor! Thanks for sharing!

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  28. This recipe looks delicious. Unfortunately, I cannot do the eggs but would love to have her cookbook to help with my dietary restrictions!

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  29. I'm very excited to make this coffee cake. Thanks for creating and sharing so many wonderful delicious and nutritious recipes. I sure appreciate it!

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  30. looks like a great recipe. Thanks.
    Lois

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  31. I'm so thankful to you amazing Wizards coming up with all these gluten free recipes for families that have children that have gluten, dairy, egg sensitivity. We love all the recipes! We look forward to more of your amazing creations!

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  32. Looks tasty! Is there a substitute for the stevia?

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  33. What a wonderful sounding cake. I will have to make it when my family visits. I hope you'll pick me (along with everyone else!)

    Debbi F.
    dfair@nvnacc.com

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  34. I would love this! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  35. Love this site. This recipe looks fabulous...I think I'll have to make it this weekend.
    Thank you.

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  36. This looks great, I will have to sub for the Stevia. My body doesn't tolerate it. And the walnuts, I am allergic.

    I think I will make this for Christmas morning.

    Audrey J

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  37. Hi Ali,

    I've been following your blog for quite some time but never posted a comment. I have Kelly's original book and have utilized many of her recipes to the delight of my family. In addition to numerous food restrictions, I've been successful at cutting out 99% of the refined sugar from our diets. Would love to have a copy of Kelly's new book!

    I so appreciate the time and effort you, Kelly and other health & nutrition-minded people put into sharing your wealth of knowledge!

    Blessings,
    Nancy

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  38. I would LOVE to win Kelly's newest cookbook. Thanks for a great giveaway!!

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  39. As soon as I can get a hold of some coconut flour, I will absolutely make this. It looks delicious!

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  40. I would love to have all the books mentioned on this blog. Maybe some day....

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  41. That coffee cake looks delicious! I'm passing the recipe along to my gluten sensitive friends!

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  42. That recipe does look delicious! Sounds like another great cook book to have!

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  43. Since I am lactose intolerant, gluten intolerant and hypoglycemic, this recipe will be perfect for me! I'll start to soak the beans tonight.

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  44. Okay, I must get Kelly's new book! It's been on my list, but I just haven't done it yet. You've inspired me with this healthy, grain-free breakfast "treat." This is my kind of coffee cake. I love the idea that it's not laden with sugar and other not-so-healthy stuff.
    Peace, love and healthy coffee cake!
    Melissa

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  45. This looks so good! Considering going grain free as still having issues from going gluten free.

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  46. This is wonderful! Especially for those of us who are intolerant of most grains. I cannot wait to try it out. Thank you for all that you do!

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  47. Kelly's recipes are genius! Thanks for this great giveaway. I hope I win, this book is on my "must buy" list! xo Kim | http://www.affairsofliving.com

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  48. Hi There,
    do you think I would be able to replace the honey with stevia in this recipe as I am fructose intolerant as well as gluten intolerant?
    Thanks so much
    Lucy P

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  49. Looks amazing! Can't wait to try it soon...

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  50. I have been waiting for this cookbook to come out with ants in my pants! After switching both my daughter and myself to a gluten free diet about two years ago we felt great for about 5-6 months...and then the more familiar I became with the flours and the tricks to make eating gluten-free (and dairy and soy free) delightful, the more I noticed our symptoms were creeping up again. I've found that we just have a tough time breaking down our carbs - and sugar has proven to be a detriment to us even in small amounts; The immune system just flat out revolts. I'm hoping to heal our guts through some suggestive diets and then, when we are ready, look out grain-free cupcakes!!

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  51. I'm thinking this will be a great treat to share at those Monday morning team meetings! I'd love to win Kelly's book; she always comes up with tasty recipes.

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  52. That looks delicious! It's hard to find grain free baked goods without almond flour, so this is exciting for an almond-free diet.

    Can you taste the beans? I made a black bean brownie recipe that did not go over well.

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  53. That cake looks wonderful! I only wish grain-free cakes and muffins didn't require so many eggs (husband can't have them). Oh well, at least there's cookies!

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  54. Yum!! And thanks for this site and your book! As a recently gluten and dairy free mom it has changed my life. I don't feel like we're missing out at all. In fact, it may be the other way around!

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  55. This looks great. I am always on the look out for treats that are not empty calories. I can not wait to make it. Kay

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  56. This cake looks wonderful! I am always looking for more gf/df recipes to make that the whole family will like! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  57. I would love to win this book! I LOVE Kelly's recipes =)
    Arlyn

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  58. I still have yet to try this. It looks fantastic!

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  59. I am so happy to have a healthy protein filled treat to make for the holidays!

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  60. Can't wait to try this! So happy to have some healthy and delicious recipes to choose from!


    EJW

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  61. I have been using ground almonds and beans to make pancakes and we love them! Will order coconut flour to try this.

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  62. YUM! Looks awesome!

    Kelly

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  63. All of Kelly's recipes look amazing!

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  64. This recipe looks great! I'm wondering how I can sub for 6 eggs though (my son is allergic to eggs) and the walnuts (I'm allergic to nuts). Is there a way to eat grain-free with those allergies?

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  65. My husband is going to love this! Thank you! Karen

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  66. I made a marbled cake for my daughter's birthday with black beans in the chocolate part and white beans in the vanilla part. It was great - so moist! I bet this coffee cake will be the same and I look forward to trying it. Thanks!

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  67. I love Kelly's first book, and I would be thrilled to have her second book as well.

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  68. I would love to have this cookbook as my very first gluten/dairy/sugar free cookbook! Making these positive changes lately have totally changed my life and I can't wait to explore new recipes!

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  69. Im thinking these will be fairly easy to make & Im sure it wont take much adapting in taste from the usual sweets we eat. Trying to eat healthier. Thanx for sharing,
    Micki

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  70. Thanks for offering the giveaway!

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  71. Cant wait to try this recipe and think it would be awesome if I could win this book!

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  72. I'm making this tonight for my in-laws tomorrow in hopes of duping them into my "crazy" way of eating without even knowing it!

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  73. I would LOVE to win this! I have been holding out. We are new to GF because of my DD and thanks to Kelley I have my sanity back (meaning I can still make those cookies)!

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  74. I shared this on my Facebook! I wish I had twitter, but there are some things that I must resist. lol

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  75. I will make this the next time my daughter-in-law comes, as she doesn't eat wheat, dairy, or sugar and I'm often stumped for something yummy to serve her for a sweet. Thanks!

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  76. I follow both you and Kelly's blogs, and I love both equally!! I have Celiac Disease, and have chosen to not consume dairy as well, so Kelly's blogs would help me out a lot! Thanks so much!

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  77. Time to cook up the white beans. This looks incredible! I haven't yet seen her book. With recipes like these, I am off to Village Books tonight.

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  78. the cofeecke sounds delish. I can't wait to try it. MJM

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  79. Oh YUM, that looks delicious Ali!

    I can't wait to get a copy of Kelly's new cookbook, it's time for me to attempt grain-free baking, especially since I recently found out I am allergic to corn, OYE!

    BTW, I have been making "Tom's Fruity Medicine Chest Smoothie" from your cookbook everyday for the past week and my kids actually LOVE it, so thank you, thank you, thank you!

    xo,
    Heidi

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  80. I am so excited to make this! I have vowed this Christmas season to make wonderful HEALTHY baked goods and treats instead of the usual suger. gluten filled ones. It makes me feel so great knowing that I will be giving so much more then just another baked good.

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  81. Ali, that coffee cake is one of our favorites in our house. The only thing I change up from her recipe is that I use almond flour instead of coconut since my son tested to be slightly sensitive to coconut. I love how all of those eggs make it so spongy (I always use my neighbors fresh eggs from her Mom's chickens). What a healthy morning treat! It was what we just had onThanksgiving morning as well. What an awesome giveaway!
    xo

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  82. I really like the sweetener and fat profile of this recipe. I did (many, many years ago) make a pinto bean cake that was definitely a flop. White beans sound more promising.

    Sue

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  83. WOW, that cake looks great! I will try it once I am done with the elimination diet!

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  84. This cake looks wonderful! We have been trying to go grain free, and I just got some coconut flour not too long ago. Looks like I need to get Kelly's books. I am wondering if I can substitute coconut palm sugar for the stevia. I have found that stevia is now giving me a headache every time I eat it. I don't like headaches. If you have any idea, please let me know.

    xoxo,
    Tia

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  85. Most coffee cakes are not nutritious, but this one looks like one I would try.

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  86. This looks so yummy! I think I'm going to make it tomorrow morning for some friends coming over for breakfast!

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  87. We just made Kelly's vanilla bean cake and my kids LOVED it! I would love to get my hands on her new cookbook!

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  88. Posted to twitter, I really would love a copy of that book. If I'm not picked I'm off to the store :)

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  89. A douplicate ?? I was having trouble posting a comment so this may be a double

    Yum that looks lovely I can't wait to try it. Erron Anderson

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  90. Looks yummy! Can't wait to try it.

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  91. Great giveaway! I love her blog :).

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  92. That looks yummy! I tried your great sandwich bread. I sure would like to have her book. I am new to gluten free and am enjoying trying different things. I know I feel better eating gluten free.
    Lyn

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  93. I was introduced to your site today. This will be made by the end of the weekend!!

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  94. this looks so good! can't wait to try this recipe :)

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  95. Looks so yummy! Can't wait to make it.

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  96. I can't wait to try this.
    Christi
    keenerfamily at gmail dot com

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  97. I am really looking forward to trying this recipe!

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  98. i shared this on Twitter http://twitter.com/#!/ellen1214/status/10559789213941761

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  99. I would love to be a winner! This cookbook sounds fabulous!

    Colleen
    marsbarmom(at)cox(dot)net

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  100. My daughter and I have been gluten free since this past spring. She is dairy free too, which has been more of a challenge for me. Would love to win a new cookbook!

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  101. I owe a friend a big hug for referring me to your blog! Gluten has so damaged my gut that I have malabsorption issues. I started my GF diet a few years ago, but recently started cheating... and suffering for it. Yummy recipes make staying on track, and healthy, much easier. Thank you!

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  102. This recipe looks heavenly. I've been GF for 9 years now and I'm always inspired by your posts. I'd love a copy of this cookbook ;)

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  103. Its in the oven! My girls happily helped out. They tasted all the ingredients along the way and the batter. So nice that it does not have eggs. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe.

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  104. Looks great. Her cookbook just arrived and I can't wait to get baking.

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  105. I would LOVE to have this cookbook so I can expand my GF and Dairy free base. I am a big fan of your blog!

    Gretchen T.

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  106. I really need to try this recipe! I love baking with coconut flour and it looks delicious! Would love to have this cookbook!

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  107. This no grain recipe is soooo creative. I'll try it soon. Many thanks. Phyllis

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  108. Every single recipe of yours that I've tried is delicious!

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  109. Yum! This recipe and cookbook look great!

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  110. I have not posted before, but I have used a number of your recipes and am never disappointed. I look forward to trying this one.

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  111. Love your blog. I've made so many of your recipes. Although I'm vegan, I am able to easily adapt your recipes to fit my diet.

    I also starting to read more of the Spunky Coconut blog too!

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  112. Glad to discover another grain, dairy and soy free treat! Looking forward to baking this one for the Holidays! Tx for sharing! Michelle

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  113. Woo hoo! This cookbook looks wonderful!

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  114. That looks great! I made a successful (by MY tastebud's standards, anyway) batch of black bean brownies just before I left home for my kitchenless dorm, so I'm looking forward to trying a cake recipe with white beans or chickpeas.

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  115. I am definitely going to buy this cookbook, I can always count on your site and Kelly's site to provide me with a recipe that will fit all my families' food intolerances/issues ;-) --so thank you!

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  116. I've been wanting to try more of Kelly's recipes for a while now. This is a great reminder! Not sure how I would react to all the beanness of this recipe.

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  117. I am looking forward to making this cake. I am looking for nutritious foods for breakfast and treats. Thank you.

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  118. shared on FB. i might try this one.. beans in batter freaks me out a bit

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  119. Love to win this book! Must try this recipe (it suits my gluten-free, dairy-free, cane sugar-free lifestyle)
    Mandy Davis

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  120. My GF/DF vegan family would use this book a lot! Sheila Fishel

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  121. I shared on Facebook.
    Sheila Fishel

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  122. looks great! could always use a fabulous new cookbook

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  123. It so is refreshing to find such healthy wonderful foods on your sight. I love your book and cannot wait for the next one. Your book has even inspired my partner to cook :) I will have to check out Kelly's book.
    Thank you!
    Anne

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  124. Ohhhhh stop! just posted on Fcaebook :)

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  125. Great looking recipe....I think I may try making it later today!

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  126. This looks so yummy! Would love to win her book! Shared on FB as well!

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  127. So grateful for all the recipes! SUch a gift to be able to not feel left out of eating delicious AND nutritious baked goods. and also to feel like I can share them freely with non gluten free folks and not have to worry about a bad reaction. Everyone loves em.

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  128. i tend to shy away from gluten-free baking because it often involves a lot of sugar. this gives me hope!

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  129. Tried your pumpkin cheesecake recipe.. made with millet.... AWESOME! Always enjoy trying new recipes.

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  130. It looks great. Do you think I can substitute de eggs for something else like chia seeds...we are allergic to eggs :(

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  131. I'll pick this up no matter what - but would sure love to win it!

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  132. This recipe looks sooo yummy! Thanks so much! I've shared it on facebook so others can enjoy it too :) I'd love to win the cookbook! I will surely be telling others about the cookbook too.. so they too can enjoy such great recipes! :)

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  133. I have Kelly's first cookbook and love it! I've made many of her recipes and they are so healthy. I'd love to win her new one!

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  134. Wow I so want this book looks oh so yummy..!

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  135. Looks like a wonderful cookbook! Thanks!

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  136. I love the coffee cake recipe! I have been on the gluten free program since I found out I have MS! Thanks for all the great recipes and help!

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  137. Read you often, but seldom comment. This looks so good. Hope to win the book!

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  138. Please enter me! bubbetta at hotmail dot com

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  139. Love the Spunky Coconut! Please enter me! LJ

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  140. The cookbook sounds great! What a delicious looking recipe. I'll have to try it soon.

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  141. This recipe looks delicious. I can't wait to give it a try.

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  142. Can't wait to try this recipe. Everything you post is delicious!
    Diane Prather

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  143. I have been raised on flour , sugar and salt like most. I love the way you and others have taken the time to make some of your recipes and help available to teach better health through better eating.
    Thank you, and I too would love to have one of the books.

    sistika at gmail dot com

    also a FB follower

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  144. This sounds really tasty! I can't wait to try it! And her book sounds great!

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  145. how exciting! thanks for the generous giveaway, ali, and good luck to everyone!

    p.s. we're still enjoying leftovers of your oatmeal pumpkin cookies! they were a big hit... and so delicious!!! :)

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  146. Looks like it would be yummy with a nice cup of tea! (I know it's coffee cake but I like tea)

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  147. I would love to win. Thank you for sharing!

    Barbara B.

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  148. OK! I just made my first official tweet...I want this cookbook that bad, I was willing to tweet for you!

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  149. Commenting again! All of facebook now knows how bad I want this cookbook, and now they can all see how yummy grain-free coffee cake can be, and maybe all my friends will want Kelly's new cookbook as bad as I do!

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  150. My first comment on your site (although I've been enjoying it for some time)! :)

    I've been dabbling in Gluten-free baking recently, but never tried grain-free baking. That'd be so interesting to try!

    AE

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  151. What a great giveaway! So nice to have recipes that are safe for GF friends and family. Thanks!

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  152. I have been GF for over a year and trying to eat less grains in general. If only I could find treats that I could enjoy as well as the rest of my family...this cake night be it! I would love to have an entire book of recipes like this!

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  153. This is on my facebook this morning! Lori

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  154. tweet tweet! lots of followers to see this today. I want to eat some now! Lori

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  155. Just found this blog today. Recipes look delish. Can't wait to try it! MG

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  156. This looks so good! On the list to make this weekend! Thanks Ally!

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  157. Oh, that is an interesting recipe! The book is certainly quite interesting. Thanks for sharing :)

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  158. Shared on facebook! :)

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  159. I have got to try this recipe. With candida, it is so hard to digest grains of any kind.

    Thought you might want to stop by and put your link into the Gluten Free Linky

    http://myjourneywithcandida.blogspot.com/2010/01/gluten-free-blogs.html

    Thanks Terry
    My Journey With Candida

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  160. yum!

    that looks divine. So happy for Kelly and her new book. She does amazing things with food !

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  161. Ali, very nice review :) I can just see you kids flipping through picking out the recipes they want to make. You are such a great mom. ;)

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  162. This looks delicious and I have been wanting Kelly's new book!

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  163. Wow, I have been introduced to many new things through a nutritionist and now this would be wonderful ... Angela Kidder

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  164. I could really go for a slice of this right now! Yum.

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  165. Finally got around to making this recipe. I didn't have any walnuts so I used pecans for the topping. It was so delicious. We all loved it. Thanks for all the fantastic recipes. I am gearing up for the 28day elimination diet after the holidays. The recipes in your book and the site will really come in handy for that.

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  166. I'm so excited! Thanks for this wonderful oppurtunity Ali!

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  167. This coffee cake was fantastic! I made it for Christmas day, and it was gone by the following morning. I left out the stevia, used maple syrup in place of honey, and used date sugar in the topping.... it was just sweet enough and really moist and scrumptious. Great recipe! Thanks, as always, for sharing!

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  168. I love bean cake recipes, this looks great. I plan on making this for New Years Day brunch. I could use this cookbook as I have a son w/ ASD ( who is getting better everyday w/ diet, detox, and supplements). I need all the great resources we can get! Thanks!

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  169. Ali, I love this recipe! I've made at twice this year already! I'm a nutrition student at Georgia State University and for one my classes I have to write a standardized recipe for something I like to make. I'm hoping to use this one and I really love your photo. Would you mind if I added it to my project? I will cite your website and It would go no further than my professor and fellow students. Thanks!

    Monica

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  170. What an amazing delight to have such a wonderful composition of GREAT TASTING gluten-free recipes to offer those of us who have a difficult time weaning off the gluten!!
    I would absolutely love to try out those great recipes starting with that gorgeous gluten free coffee cake - as this is one of my pitfalls into gluten eating! - Thank you for caring about the health & well being of your readers!

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  171. Well, I just turned this into chocolate coffee cake with the addition of Cocoa Powder and used plain, unsweetened coconut as the topping (We live in a nut-free house)

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