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Is it me, or does it feel like more people are going gluten-free (GF) these days? One of the skating moms at the rink is GF, as is one of my former coworkers. Several kids in Addie's preschool have various food allergies, so it appears that a GF diet is becoming more and more popular.
One popular GF flour substitute that I've been seeing is almond flour. In fact, my friend Nicole actually created an entire cookbook devoted to it.
Those of you who have been reading my blog for a while know that I don't eat nuts (it's a texture thing). But, I do like using nut flour in baking to get benefits from the protein and nutrients found in regular nuts. In fact, I love using almond flour in macarons instead of buying raw almonds and grinding them myself.
For those who are gluten-free or simply want a list of GF desserts to try, here is a roundup of what I have made with almond flour:
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