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Blueberry Friands Recipe

A Blood Type Diet Recipe for A's and O's

Everyone in my family absolutely LOVES these Blueberry Friands.  My mom made some when she was visiting for Christmas and we were all hooked at first bite.  I modified her recipe just a tad to make these delectable treats both blood type O and A friendly. 
Just a word of caution... if you enjoy them as much as my family does, they disappear within hours of coming out of the oven, even when I double the recipe.

Blueberry Friands Recipe

Blood Types: O and A

 

Ingredients:

Directions:

  1. Preheat oven to 350°F.
  2. In a small sauce pan, bring blueberries, water and agave to a boil.  Then reduce the heat and simmer while preparing the batter.
  3. Sift flour, almonds, sugar, and salt.
  4. Alternate between folding the ghee and eggs into the flour until you have a smooth batter.
  5. Pour into friand (mini-muffin) tin, filling cups 3/4 full.
  6.  Spoon blueberries into centers.
  7. Bake for 15-20 minutes.


*Castor sugar is just finely ground sugar. I make my own by putting raw organic cane sugar in my Blendtec Professional's Choice Blender (or a Vitamix) and turning to the top speed for 40 seconds or so.  I prefer using organic sugars but regular white sugar will work.

Disclaimers:  Like many of my posts, this post contains Amazon affiliate links.  I have turned to purchasing more and more through Amazon since starting the blood type diet.  I have decided to use them as an affiliate site because I trust them and find they can deliver on many of my special shopping needs.

2 comments:

  1. thank you for your contribution and sharing your knowledge. Its nice to know there are still people out there who are passionate about revealing the truth against all that this world tries to distort... looking forward to following your blog!

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  2. Shouldn't both O and A stay away from sugar? Castor (or Caster) sugar is a no-no, even with raw organic cane sugar... We can have agave but I don't think this recipe would go well with replacing the crystal sugar with more agave.

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