There are so many recipes that Lori , from recipegirl.com, has posted on her site that it was REALLY hard for me to choose just ONE and not stay in my kitchen ALL day long and bake, but I did finally decided on one recipe and it was;
Pear and Ginger Muffins
The recipe was really well written and the direction were SUPER EASY to follow and the best part is that I already had everything I need so there was no last minute trip to the commissary for missing "items".
|my "helper" of the day|
There really weren't to many ingredients that I needed to alter to make this GF, other an I used an AP GF flour, 3 eggs and 2 TBS of honey, everything else I was able to follow the recipe to a T.
|my wet and dry bowls|
|my after thought|
|all mixed and ready for the muffin pan|
I also have been reading a lot about "real" foods here lately so I decided I wanted to try topping one batch with raw cane sugar and the other with the brown sugar the recipe called for.
|first batch ready for the oven|
|second batch ready for baking|
|second batch fresh from the oven|
And the added chocolate chips just enhanced the flavor of the pears in a very nice way.
Can not wait to make these again, and they actually freeze very well and taste just as good 4 days later. ;-)