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25 mins

could be vegan IF one uses egg substitute
Because my daughter has high-functioning autism, I try to buy or make as many gluten-free products as possible (less cow milk products too). This is a variation of a muffin recipe, because we don't have a stove (yet) and my toaster oven is very small!

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  • Step 1

    Preheat your (toaster) oven to 425 degrees F---because my Chefmate goes by 80 and 150 degree increments, I guessed!

  • Step 2

    Lightly grease a small loaf pan---I used Land O'Lakes Butter that I obtained from Dollar Tree!! Everything is truly one dollar.

  • Step 3

    In a mixing bowl (also purchased from Dollar Tree), place all the ingredients and mix well. I purchased ALL the products, except for the white rice flour, from Dollar Tree (yes, even the eggs---where I live, they have a frozen and dairy section). The total for the ingredients (per amount used) 75 cents (sans the flour= $1.15). And all the ingredients can be used for other projects/recipes. The Bob's Red Mill White Rice Flour I obtained from Sunfresh, which was approximately $3.25 for 24 oz/680 gram bag.

  • Step 4

    The reason why I substituted some of the sugar for Sun Crystals is because I had some left over and wanted to use them, and I wanted to see if it would make it taste too bitter, etc. I left out the salt in my recipe, because frankly, I don't have any in the house (normally don't use it in my cooking)

  • Step 5

    Pour into small loaf pan---you can purchase from Dollar Tree as well! Bake for approximately 23-25 minutes. I had it in for 20 minutes, but that wasn't enough for the middle section, so I put it in for longer.

  • Step 6

    I allowed it to cool for approximately 5 minutes, then took it out, and I'm now enjoying it alone (no bitter aftertaste!) or I think I'm going to put PB or strawberry Preserves on it.

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Suzanne D.
Suzanne D. · Montreal, Quebec, CA · 2 projects
Thank you for this recipe, I'm going to try it soon... It has to be better than those extravagantly expensive GF loaves from the supermarkets Love


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