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Gluten Free Chocolate Muffins

One of the things that I have missed since going gluten free is baking with my girls. Yes, they still help in the kitchen, but it is not the same.

My girls used to love baking, not only with me, but they had several recipes that they would make on their own. However, gluten free baking has been challenging enough on it own, I have not been ready to turn it over to my ten and twelve year old.

I have been trying to find at least a few recipes that are gluten free, but still easy enough for my girls to make on their own. I decided to try and adapt an old favorite muffin recipe to make it gluten free.

I was so happy that these turned out gluten free.

I will admit that these are not the healthiest of muffins. In fact, they are really more of a cupcake/dessert than a muffin, but these make a great quick and easy gluten free recipe. We all need those once in a while.

And although these are not the healthiest of gluten free choices, it is helping get my girls back in the kitchen. It will give them something easy, fun, and very good that they can make on their own, and for me that is important right now.

What is your favorite gluten free recipe to bake with kids?

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  1. I’ll have to try these. I wasn’t too fond of the Betty Crocker gluten free cake mixes, but I can see why it would be good for something like this.

    My teenager likes to help cook dinner and things that tend to be naturally gluten free. She doesn’t really want to hassle with all the alternate flours and gums that gluten free baking requires.
    .-= flora´s last blog ..Chocolate Frosting =-.

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