• Blondies {almond butter}


    Here’s a shout out to those of you who don’t or can’t eat chocolate. Blond brownies, also known as blondies, are a must make.

    If you’ve been wondering what to do with that jar of almond butter in your pantry, here’s a great excuse to screw off the top and pull together a sweet, healthy protein-rich snack for any time of day.

    Another great thing: This is a one-bowl recipe, which I’m really digging lately. A few readers expressed the need for easy, no-kitchen-equipment-needed recipes. This is one of those. And simple ingredients too: almond butter, salt, egg, baking soda, honey, and vanilla extract.







    Posted in Breakfast, Dairy-Free, Desserts, Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free, Paleo, SCD, Snacks, Vegetarian  |  8 Comments

    8 Responses to Blondies {almond butter}

    1. Sandi C. says:

      Is the receipt missing the flour?

    2. Shannon J. says:

      Do you need to use baking powder? I am wondering how to make these SCD compliant

    3. Amy says:

      Is it raw honey or regular honey? Thanks.

    4. jennifer wood says:

      Hey Erica and Comfy Belly peeps, Aaahmazing!!!!! Made this once as written – delicious – and even with a little less honey. Just now made it with homemade pecan butter. Out of the park! Thanks Erica for a winner. Cocoa powder doesn’t seem to agree with me so these hit the spot. Thank you Thank you Thank you!!!! Jennifer

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    1/4 cup 4 tablespoons
    1 cup 8 ounces
    1 teaspoon 5 ml
    1 tablespoon 15 ml
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    almond flour 1/2 cup 48 g
    coconut flour 1/4 cup 26 g
    honey 1/4 cup 85 g
    honey 1 cup 12 ounces
    maple syrup 1/4 cup 81 g
    maple syrup 1/4 cup 59 ml
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    butter 1/2 cup 8 tbsp
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        5  375  190
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