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    Yay! Try them as pancakes next. Or rather, don't. It's a slippery slope.

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    Just made these for dinner and they were a unanimous crowd pleaser. The 3 year old ate hers and tried to steal mine Thanks for an amazing recipe! We will definitely be making these again!

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    Just wanted to give you props for the great recipe! This was fantastic! I tweaked it a bit and made gyro meat to fill them with. I blogged about it and linked to your post here on MDA Here's a pic of the final product:

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    Update: We tried pizza from this recipe last night. Before our dietary shift, the hubs and I made pizza from scratch about once a week. It was delicious, and though we made a meatza once, we haven't bothered with any other dough substitutions because we didn't think they would be good enough. Well, I made this recipe with the only change being that I added oregano to the mix. It made three adult size personal pizzas and one toddler size We topped them with sauce made from our own roasted and frozen tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, and a good quality creepy-chemical-free pepperoni. Success! Pizza night is back! Thank you so much! We simply topped these and slid them on our pizza stone and baked as usual. They were light and crispy. We have really enjoyed this recipe and thank you for sharing it!ImageUploadedByMarks Daily Apple Forum1382805759.865361.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by TanyaV View Post
    Just wanted to give you props for the great recipe! This was fantastic! I tweaked it a bit and made gyro meat to fill them with. I blogged about it and linked to your post here on MDA Here's a pic of the final product:

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    Aww. thanks! I love your blog. I feel honored!

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    Quote Originally Posted by abraka8 View Post
    Update: We tried pizza from this recipe last night. Before our dietary shift, the hubs and I made pizza from scratch about once a week... Success! Pizza night is back! Thank you so much! We simply topped these and slid them on our pizza stone and baked as usual. They were light and crispy. We have really enjoyed this recipe and thank you for sharing it!ImageUploadedByMarks Daily Apple Forum1382805759.865361.jpg

    Yay! I'm glad they worked as pizzas for you. Tapioca has become my flour of choice lately. If you're ever feeling adventurous with pizza again, you can try my chicken/tapioca crust. It is my husband's favorite. Thanks so much for your kind words!

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    Can I substitute coconut flour for rice flour or potato starch? For one tbsp is just not worth buying it, and if I grind coconut in a coffee grinder it won't be as fine as it should be (and it sticks together).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leida View Post
    Can I substitute coconut flour for rice flour or potato starch? For one tbsp is just not worth buying it, and if I grind coconut in a coffee grinder it won't be as fine as it should be (and it sticks together).
    Commercial coconut flour is made from coconut that has had much of the oil pressed out of it. That is why it is dry and like flour.

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    Don't murder me for asking. Has anyone made these successfully without the dairy? Or am I just dreaming?

    I wish that we could tolerate it

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    um.....wow........grokhness monstah would usually rather eat the disease promoting grains once in a while to have naan and pizza crust....but this....THIS might just make it into the next curry dish's menu......it looks fantastic!

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    I think the yogurt could be easily replaced with some thick coconut milk (top of the can). Maybe try subbing out the parmesan with a bit of almond flour? I don't know how well it would work, but if I were subbing things out, that's what I'd try.

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    Don't murder me for asking. Has anyone made these successfully without the dairy? Or am I just dreaming?

    I wish that we could tolerate it

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