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    I just made coconut flour blondies. It seems to be completely trial and error with coconut flour as some recipes turn out great and some are on the average side.

    I think this batch could be just a little bit sweeter. But then again, you can always add a bit of extra honey before having a bite.

    Picture can be found here.

    COCONUT FLOUR BLONDIES WITH WALNUTS
    1/4 cup coconut flour sifted
    45 grams butter melted
    3 eggs
    1/4 tsp salt
    1 tsp vanilla
    60 grams honey
    70 grams chopped walnuts

    Mix the coconut flour and salt in a bowl.
    In a different bowl, mix the eggs, butter, vanilla and honey.
    Add the dry ingredients to the wet and mix through until the batter has no lumps.
    Add in the walnuts.
    Spread the batter evenly in a greased loaf pan.
    Bake at 175C for 20 minutes.

    Makes 6 slices (about the size shown in the photo).

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    Damn that looks good! Thanks for the idea.
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    Wow. Another recipe for my primal dessert folder. Thanks!

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    Oh - YES! I have been looking for something like this. I will make these today. Thank you so much.
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    Anyone know where I can find a converter for this recipe? I don't know anything about grams. lol
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    45 grams of butter is about 2.5 tbs
    60 grams honey is about 3 tbs
    70 grams walnuts- I would say about 3/4 cup

    Hope this helps.

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    Just checked out your blog - love the recipes! =)

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    Thanks for sharing, want to give them a try, how much honey do you think should be added to get them where you wanted?
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    I think one more tablespoon should do it...but sweetness like spicy food is so relative and depends on person to person.

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