Thursday, September 20, 2012

double chocolate muffins {gluten-free + vegan} + a cookbook giveaway!

double chocolate muffins {gluten-free + vegan}

I've been a little bit of a cookbook fiend lately. It all started when I brought myself a few new ones for my birthday, then I received The Sprouted Kitchen from my best friend back home in New Zealand, a lovely little surprise found on the doorstep one afternoon early last week. And lastly I recently received a complimentary copy of Great Gluten-free Vegan Eats by Allyson Kramer of Manifest Vegan fame. Phew! All my dreams have come true, haha.

Now before you get all mad at me for being such a lucky girl, I'll let you in on something really cool... I also have one hard copy of Allyson's book and 5 digital copies to give away to you my dear readers, compliments of Fair Winds Press.

double chocolate muffins {gluten-free + vegan}

Being vegetarian and mostly dairy-free I love getting inspiration from vegan cookbooks, however I find all to often that vegan cookbooks are all about trying to recreate meat dishes, minus the meat... if you know what I mean? Allyson did grow up eating meat, so sure there are a few reworked meat classics like (mushroom) stroganoff and vegies and dumplings (without the chicken) but there are also loads of recipes that are just plain good food, regardless of the label they carry. I've got a bunch of recipes bookmarked to try including; potato dosa (one of my all-time favourite Indian foods), black bean, potato + cheese enchiladas and Wendi's zesty black-eyed pea salad. Another thing I find with many vegan cookbooks is that they tend to be loaded with egg-replacers and loads of soy products. Allyson, like me, uses almond milk as her main non-dairy milk and coconut milk and oil pop up often too, while flaxmeal is used as her main egg replacer.

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Whole grain gluten-free flours are used throughout the book (although I do have to mention that sorghum flour is not always the easiest flour to come across in Australia or New Zealand) and as usual I have a number of sweet recipes that I'm keen to try out including; dark chocolate chipotle cake, avocado gelato, banana berry cobbler and chocolate salted caramels. Yum! 

The first recipe I've made from the book were these rich chocolatey muffins you see below. I've made just a few minor changes to the original recipe, cutting the recipe in half, swapping in chia seeds for the xanthan gum and re-wording the recipe a little bit. With their brownie-like texture they were gobbled up in no time at all, and Ada instantly asked me if I would be making them again any time soon...

Right, to be in the draw to win your very own copy of Great Gluten-free Vegan Eats simply leave a comment below before 8pm Sunday the 23th September (Perth, Western Australia time). I will use Random.org to pick 6 names, the first name drawn will receive the hard copy and the next 5 people will get the book in digital form. Anonymous comments will be accepted, however please make sure you leave your name at the end of the comment so I know who you are. Open to readers worldwide. Good luck!

double chocolate muffins {gluten-free + vegan) double chocolate muffins {gluten-free + vegan}


double chocolate muffins {gluten-free + vegan}
This is half of Allyson's recipe as 8 muffins is plenty for us to eat. I've also used chia seeds in place of the xanthan gum used in the original recipe. If you'd rather use that, add 1/2 teaspoon with the dry ingredients and omit the soaked chia seeds. As always I used Whittakers dark chocolate, which contains no dairy. I used 72% dark ghana chopped up in the mixture and a little 62% dark almond chopped up and sprinkled on the top before baking in place of the chopped walnuts in the original recipe (they are the one nut I'm not so fond of). Teff flour is not the easiest flour to come across and comes with a hefty price tag, but a little does go a long way. I use Bob's Red Mill teff flour that is found at selected healthfood stores here in Australia. If unavailable I'd suggest you use buckwheat flour, almond meal (ground almonds) or quinoa flour in place of the 1/4 cup of teff flour. The end results will be different, but still just as lovely I imagine.
Makes 8

1/2 cup (60g) fine brown rice flour
1/4 cup (25g) cornflour (corn starch)
1/4 cup (35g) teff flour
1/4 cup (25g) cocoa powder
2 tablespoons tapioca flour
1 teaspoon gluten-free baking powder
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 teaspoon fine sea salt
2/3 cup (130g) unrefined raw sugar

1 teaspoon chia seeds (mixed with 3 teaspoons cold water + set aside for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally until thick and jelly-like)
1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
3/4 cup (185ml) non-dairy milk, I used rice milk
1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
1/2 cup (60g) roughly chopped dark (vegan) chocolate 
extra chopped dark chocolate or nuts to sprinkle, if desired


Preheat oven to 180C/350F. Line 8 standard 1/3 cup capacity muffin tins with paper cases.

In a medium-size mixing bowl, sift together the brown rice flour, cornflour (corn starch), teff flour, cocoa powder, tapioca flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt. Add sugar and stir until well blended. Make a well in the centre of the dry ingredients. In another smaller bowl whisk together   the soaked chia seed mixture, olive oil, rice milk, cider vinegar and vanilla extract. Pour into the dry ingredients and whisk until smooth. Stir through chopped chocolate and divide mixture evenly between the 8 paper cases and sprinkle with extra chopped chocolate, or nuts if desired. Bake for 25 minutes or until risen and firm to the touch. If you are unsure, insert a skewer into the centre of one and if it comes out clean, your're good to go. Set aside for 5 minutes before transferring to a wire rack to cool.

Best eaten on the day of baking, or store airtight for 2-3 days.


Adapted slightly from a recipe in Great Gluten-free Vegan Eats by Allyson Kramer (Fair Winds Press 2012) . Reprinted with permission.

Disclaimer: I was sent a complimentary copy of this book to review, however, as always my views are my own and I only write about books that I believe in and that I think you will too.


123 comments:

  1. I wish I would win one! And have a taste of those lovely muffins before the weekend [but I guess I'll only have time to try and do them too then]. :)

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  2. Those muffins look delish, and the cookbook looks amazing, would definitely love to be in the draw for one!

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  3. Thanks your recipes are always yum and come out just like your photo's. I'm always searching for gluten, dairy, egg and nut free sweet treats. blessing you and all that you do!

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  4. Oh this would be just perfect for our family right now. Having recently discovered some food intollerence's we have been seeking mostly vegan recipes! Thanks for the opportunity, fingers crossed..x

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  5. I'd love a copy of that book. We're moving from vegetarian to vegan at the moment so some new ideas would be welcome. The few recipes you've mentioned sound like ones we would make use of straight away. The potato dosa and enchiladas would be first!

    I also use ground flaxseed as an egg replacer - it works really well in all the recipes I've tried so far.

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  6. Wow, that sounds like one great cookbook! I've been meaning to get my hands on some sorghum flour (and Teff flour) for a while now. The recipe is well timed as I will be seeing my good friend who is gluten-intolerant tomorrow. She doesn't bake much herself but really loves the baking I do for her from your recipes. I will try it with almond meal this time around. Thanks, as always.

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  7. Oh I keep meaning to get in touch to say that I have recently had to become wheat/gluten free and as we are also egg free I was wondering if you knew of any vegan and wheat free blogs/recipe books and wham here you go!
    I will whip these up after we finish the sticky date pudding I just made.
    Thank you Em xx

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  8. Ooooo, yes please!!! The muffins look and sound yum! I'll have to try them.

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  9. I would LOVE one - and I'm making those muffins for sure! ;)

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  10. These look amazing. I am really interested in learning more about vegan baking. i don't know much about it, but the recipes that I have come across always look amazing. In general, are vegan baking recipes healthier than 'standard' recipes?

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    1. Sadly like all things, just because you eliminate one or two food groups it doesn't always mean it good for you or 'healthy'. I used to live with a bunch of vegans who lived off hot chips and nachos, minus the cheese :-/ It's all about making good choices when you bake I reckon (with regular, gluten-free and/or vegan baking), by using natural ingredients, whole grains, good fats, unrefined sugars or natural sweeteners.

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  11. Oh I would love to win this book!!! Thanks for putting me in the draw :) Going to make those muffins tonight!!

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  12. These look delish - I recently went gluten and dairy free to treat a thyroid problem, and am loving your posts!! The cookbook looks beautiful, too!
    Thank you!

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  13. Woweee, those look so good! My mouth is watering!

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  14. I'd love to win this book! I've tried out a few vegan recipes so far and they never worked, so it would be nice to recreate a few tried and tested ones!

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  15. Already vegan but would love to expand my cooking skills into the gluten-free world. Thanks for the heads up on the book!

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  16. Yummy! These muffins are totaly up my street. I'd love to discover the book too :)

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  17. These look amazeballs! And I love the sound dark chocolate chipotle cake too, sounds like a great book :-)

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  18. I have also been reading the Sprouted Kitchen Cookbook lately, and tried the Lemon Creme dessert made with silkentofu (no dairy there!), was lovely. But new cookbooks are always welcome, and this one looks nice :) Love your site, thank you for inspiring! Modini

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  19. Count me in to the draw for a book! It looks great, as do your cupcakes. They look deliciously chocolatey and the nuts just class them up :)

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  20. I really really hate when vegan recipes try and just replace the meat. Especially whe they use gluten instead, like a very well known restaurant here in town. This recipe sound lovely and is 'stand alone' delicious. Yummo!

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  21. That book might be really interesting!
    I´m discovering the gluten free world and i think it´s working with me as i´ve Irritable bowel syndrome.
    I don´t know all my food allergies (in my country, it´s hard to find a good nutritionist that helps you find all of them) and i decided to introduce gluten free flours and a little bit of raw food in my diet xD
    I´m feeling great :D
    your blog is really inspiring!

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  22. Yum - this book sounds right up my vego dairy, gluten and soy free alley :D. Please count this as an entry :-).

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  23. Oh my goodness, this would SO help my vegetarian to vegan transition!

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  24. Please please please let me win. With 2 coeliac children, I am always after new cooking ideas! Cheers Trudy Flemington

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  25. Thanks for sharing I can almost smell the chocolate. I have got all the ingredients at home but teff flour. Where can I buy it from??

    The book looks great. Wonder who will be the lucky one :)

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    1. It depends where you are from? I've only found teff flour at one health food store here in Perth, Australia. It's not the most available of flours down these ways, although I think it's relatively easy to get your hands on if you live in the states...

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    2. If you are from Canada, you can get Teff flour at the Bulk Barn:-)

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  26. I struggle with gluten-free cooking for my Sister who visits about twice a year. I want to make stuff for her that will be a delight but don't have occasion to practice. This book will compel me to move forward. Thanks for the chance.

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  27. Would LOVE this book. Would love to try using flaxseeds to replace eggs as I often have students with egg allergies.

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    1. I need your name if you want to be in the draw!

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  28. This looks like a wonderful cookbook, and the muffins look delicious. Thanks for sharing!

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  29. Margaret: Love recipe books especially vego, allery free ones. love to try the flaxseed instead of eggs.

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  30. Will try these in the weekend!!! mmmm!

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  31. been eying this cookbook...awesome! Thanks for the chance!

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  32. It's 5:00 a.m. Here and I'm craving chocolate! Luckily I have all these ingredients 'cuz it will be today's. Breakfast. Dessert first!

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  33. Thanks for all of the inspiring recipes and tips! I really enjoy reading your stuff and would love to win a copy of the book! Yummy! Please put me in the draw!
    Amandam@opriusmail.com

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  34. count me in! thanks for the great giveaway.

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  35. thanks for this giveaway!
    gkuroda at gmail dot com

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  36. I made something similar not so long ago and nobody believed it was vegan and gluten-free. Goes to show how wonderful it can be living on a restricted(?) diet. Being vegan inspires me to me more creative in the kitchen and I'm sure this book would be a welcome addition to my kitchen. Thank you and please put me in the draw!
    aleksandra@gerhardpeyrer.at

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  37. please pick me! :) i am a 20 year old california girl who is a major health food enthusiast* that is trying to help her family and friends try more healthy foods. having this book to help whip up some traditional tasty meals (like dumpling and stroganoff) that are vegan and gf, would be really helpful in getting them to start trying healthier meals. thanks so much for your blog, love it!
    -Madison

    *with a sweet tooth ;)

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    1. Yum yum yummy! I'd so love to try baking these muffins! And would love a copy of that wonderful cookbook! Please choose me! Jenny who loves gluten free sourdough bread in NZ

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  38. Good list of ingredients, I'll definitely try it... What's your experience with replacing corn with potato starch?
    -Inna, with a soft spot for dark chocolate... (innaradzi at yahoo dot com)

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    1. I use cornflour (known as cornstarch elsewhere in the world) and potato starch (known as potato flour here in Australia + NZ, confusing I know!) interchangeably but the end results do differ, a little. Potato starch gives a more moist end result.

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  39. Love that the book focuses on whole, nutritious ingredients! Too often gluten free and/or vegan recipes use "filler" ingredients, making up for whatever they replace...we all want to eat nutritious foods too!! Thanks for the giveaway!
    weiler.c.andrea@gmail.com

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  40. Those muffins look delish and the cookbook looks amazing, would definitely love to be in the draw for one! Thanks!
    Love from Italy!!

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  41. Count me in ! love your recipes and so excited to try this one. About to take my nearly 3yr old down the gluten free road :):)

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  42. I discovered your blog a few while ago and that's why I haven't commented before, but it didn't take me long to fall in love with almost all your savory receipes! I've already tried a soup and I'm planning to cook the eggplant curry this weekend! I can't wait! Thanks a lot for sharing all this wonderful receiped (I haven't already look at all the sweet receipes, seems that I don't really have a sweet tooth, although I though I was really greedy!) and for this giveaway :)

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  43. These muffins look great! And I'm so excited to see a new GF cookbook to check out!

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  44. Your recipes and new creations, always brighten my days - all the way to New Mexico!
    What you accomplish is impressive!







    anneclairevonhuene@gmail.com

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  45. Oh those look amazing!! My son is allergic to wheat and eggs and I'm always on the hunt for recipes to try that he can eat.
    -Darcie B.

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  46. I know just what you mean about many vegan cookbooks featuring meat dishes without the meat, or with meat-like replacements. That is why I am excited about this cookbook! I am also gluten-free, so I think I am *meant* to win! :) Those muffins sound delicious and something I know my family would love.

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  47. I just found your lovely blog thanks to foodgawker! It's a God send since a really good vegan blog is hard to come by. Cookbook giveaway, even better!

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  48. My nephew has, so far, lost over 60 lbs going gluten free. It is saving his life. He suffers from a genetic disorder in which obesity is part of the symptoms. They told him he'd never lose--but--he is proving them wrong!

    Audrey Fox

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  49. Would LOVE to win a copy! It's already on my wish list in fact! I've recently been experimenting with more gluten free flours, I just bought teff flour to make injera so now have all the ingredients for the fab-looking muffins

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  50. P.S. So pleased to have discovered your blog. Looking forward to having a good nosy around!

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  51. I Neeeed this cookbook! It looks perfect. I also cant wait to try these muffins. YUM.

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  52. Your muffins look too delicious for words! I will definitely be giving this recipe a go!
    I'm very excited to see a gluten-free cookbook up for grabs and have always been interested in the vegan way of life - definitely something I would like to look into!
    Emma x

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  53. Being a vegetarian and trying to eliminate dairy from my diet, I find your blog really inspiring. I enjoy cooking your recipes and picking up tips like being able to substitute chia seeds for xanthan gum. Thanks!
    -Maree

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  54. I'm going to give up my dignity here and say... PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE pick me!!!!! >.<

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  55. I actually have everything on hand to make these, but am to sick to try :(
    Would figure the one time u have to go buy nothing, oh well, there is always tomorrow.
    They do look delish tho :)

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  56. They look good !!!!! Always love a new recipe that lets me eat chocolate !!!! Although i probably eat more during the cooking process than i should.

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  57. These look good. I wanted to do some gf baking today, but a mouse got into my tin of flours so I couldn't :( At the healthfood stores here (whole foods and ect.), they have bins of pregound flours that are usually cheaper than the brand names and you can get as little or.much as you need. I also have your Mexican chocolate cookies saved to make later too.

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  58. Those look splendid! I would love her cookbook.

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  59. These sound delicious. I've been waiting for a recipe to try out the bag of teff flour that I bought!
    Tracie Pitts

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  60. I would love to win this book. I have been discovering that wheat and I are no longer friends and I am going to start cutting it out of my diet. This recipe looks wonderful and I can't wait to try it. Thanks :)

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  61. Gluten Free AND Vegan... Does it get any better than that?

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  62. I'm in love with cookbooks and have started on the gluten-free journey recently.

    Rosalie Hodges

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  63. These look amazing! Thank you!!

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  64. I would love to win! I love her blog and I'm sure her book is wonderful.

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  65. I could really use a cookbook like this! Please put me in the draw!
    Talia Eccleston Caple

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  66. My Darling Lemon Thyme is my favourite food blog EVER!!! I would LOVE to win. xx Sara - sara@phillips.com.au

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  67. Angela Leong. I am wondering if this also good for those who has Diabetes?

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    1. I'm sorry but I couldn't say, I'm not well versed on diabetic diets...

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  68. Those look delicious!

    -TC
    counting_shipwrecks at yahoo dot com

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  69. I am always amazed by the celebrity vegans featured on Tv who are using things like Tofurkey. I am busy trying to avoid processed food, so "meat" made from soy makes no sense to me.

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    1. Funny eh. I've never eaten meat before so eating vegetarian food that's made to look and taste like meat has never interested me.

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  70. I just pinned your version of the muffins. They look AMAZING! Also, I MUST have this book.

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  71. Looks gorgeous..as always! My son has serious allergies to dairy, egg, wheat and nuts so I'm always looking for new recipe ideas!

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  72. The pictures are beautiful, the muffins looks so moist & delicious.
    Blessings Jenica Portland, OR

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  73. These muffins look absolutely delicious and what a great way to use chia seeds. Thank you for another inspiring recipe.

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  74. The pictures look good enough to eat! In fact I'm trying very hard not to lick my screen!!! Can't wait to bake them!

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  75. I like that they are offering digital, I buy a few ebooks now as they are perfect for travelling and I am planning at some point to spend extended time overseas. The muffins do look rather good.

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  76. Yummo! Can't wait to try them! Aish

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  77. I would love to receive the cooking book. Fingers crossed.

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  78. Oh my gosh, the book looks incredible, look at those pictures! What a great giveaway!
    Ana

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  79. Can I ask you where you bought your teff flour in Perth? I'm local, and I normally get my Bob's flours from Farmer Jacks in Subi, but I've never seen them stock the teff. Thanks!

    Oh and the book looks awesomesauce.

    Tessa

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    1. Kakulas sisters in Freo sometimes have it or just ask your local Bobs Red Mill stockist if they can get it in :-)

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  80. Those muffins look seriously good! What is it with chocolate?! :)

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  81. Yummy Muffins!!! Pinned already :)
    I would love the win the book. My youngest son has some food intolerance so this book will be helpful on being more creative and for my eldest who happens to love veggies it will be great.
    :)

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  82. I am new to gluten free diet and I would really like this book!

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  83. What a great giveaway! Thanks for doing it!

    Also - I am making these muffins this weekend!

    -Sophie

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  84. This recipe and the photos you took look mouthwateringly delicious. Thanks for sharing!

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  85. This book looks wonderful! Thanks for the giveaway. And your muffins are beautiful. I love that last photo.

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  86. I deeply want one of these split and spread with almond butter...

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  87. I've been looking for a book like this for sooooo long!

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  88. These certainly look delicious! I'm a cake decorator and have an aunt who is gluten intolerant. I've been wanting to experiment with gluten free baking, but now I'm especially interested in finding something before the holidays this year. Since becoming vegan earlier this year, I understand how she must feel when she can't indulge in all the delicious looking treats. Im a dessert lover, so I'll have to bring something vegan along with me for the holidays; it might as well be gluten free too! :)

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  89. mmm looks delish Em as always xx Kat and Ash

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  90. Im not Vegan but never feel quite right about the huge consumption of cows milk in NZ, weird isn't it that we have another animal's 'milk' as a staple part of our diet??

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  91. Lately I've been testing several variations of a brownie-type cake. This looks like another great one to try!

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  92. Oh my, I think I've never wanted to win anything this much! I'm always on the lookout for new inspiring ideas on gluten-free cooking, so this would be right up my alley. Pickmepickmepickme! :D

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  93. Oh, ps. the comment above was by Amelia! :D

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  94. mjam! i am a little cookbook crazy myself, it is a real challenge to go past one at the bookshop. hope you can help me out on this one! :)
    all the best and keep up the amazing work!
    lena

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  95. These muffins look amazing! And so does the book, of course; I've been looking to make my diet a little less gluten-dependent.

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  96. First of all, these muffins look absolutely GORGEOUS! Secondly, I would cry a thousand tears if I could get my hands on this incredible cookbook. Seriously. And I would give it to my mom for Christmas, who is trying to start eating a gluten-free diet due to health issues. :)

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  97. Have my fingers crossed :-) Wanting to go Vegan & needing inspiration!! LLJMUSTANG

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  98. YUM! Those look amazing! I asked for this cookbook for my birthday, but alas, I did not receive it. I may just need to invest as I transition from just vegan, to gluten-free too! Thanks for sharing!

    Teresa S

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  99. Looking good. Would love to get my hands on one of those cookbooks! :)

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  100. A wonderful giveaway like this is a great way to bring the lurkers out! :-)
    The muffins look so chocolaty.

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  101. Love your blog...and would also love to win one of those books!

    Rachael

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  102. Thanks everyone for entering! The book giveaway has now closed, check back mid-week and I'll have the winners drawn. Good luck! xx Emm

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  103. I love cooking, baking, and eating. It's my thing. one would think I was born to eat....wait...

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  104. Ah, it took me ages to even figure out how I leave a comment. :(

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  105. Hey there lovely Emma,
    I cannot tell you how impressed I am with the vegan/gf baking combo. Those muffins look so rich and moist - genius.
    xo
    E

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  106. Yum, those cakes look good. I'm waiting for my amazon parcel with my almond flour cook books in them. Hankering for the Sprouted Kitchen cookbook too.

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  107. Nom, nom, nom....Me so hungry!! (Muffin monster) Your sweet tooth continues to be sweeter then mine. Love your recipes.

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  108. Hi - I'd love to win a copy of this book! And I totally agree, why bother with egg-replacer and the like, when there are so many cupboard staples that produce delicious vegan baking, which more than rival conventional baking techniques!

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