These allergy-free vanilla cupcakes come from the Sweet Debbie's Organic Treats cookbook.
I am not a great baker, and don't enjoy baking, and I'd never used powdered erythritol before. So, I was learning new tricks making this recipe.
And Debbie's book is full of them. Having a son with multiple food allergies has made Debbie an expert in developing fool-proof allergy-free baked treats that more than hold their own against their conventional sugar-laden counterparts, and she shares her top tips for allergy-free staples; frosting, mixing, wrapping, and sweetening techniques; allergy-free must-have kitchen tools; homemade seed butters; and her famous gluten free flour mix that is used in the recipes.
Then there's the incredible recipes: salted caramel apple muffins, cosmic chocolate chip cookies, blueberry streusel donut holes, lemon parsnipannies, blondies with roots, antioxidant blast bars, fudgy fig-a-mama-jig bars, acai berry truffles, mutligrain loafer, potato pizza pin wheels, and mini bagels.
Debbie's cookbook is a great way to sample the delights that Hollywood's A List (like Gwyneth Paltrow) rave about. Ray Romano calls her "a culinary genius". Her bakery is the go-to place for allergy-free muffins. brownies, cookies, cupcakes, donut holes, and breads. Even people who don't have allergies to gluten, dairy, eggs, nuts, and soy are fans of Debbie's delights because they are made with whole food ingredients and are healthier than traditional baked foods without all of the refined sugar. Debbie uses healthy oils like coconut oil and grapeseed oil instead of butters or vegan spreads, and combines sweeteners for a beautiful depth of flavor.
Give these cupcakes a go and let me know what you think.
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