Breakfast Gluten Free – Pear Breakfast Cake Recipe | Healthy Breakfast Recipes by admin January 5, 2017, 2:34 am 37 Comments easy healthy...gluten free breakfast cakegluten free cake recipegluten free recipeshealthy brunch recipehow ot make gluten free cakepear cake recipe See more Previous article Turkey Pot Pie with Cheddar Biscuits – Best Dinner Recipes Next article Bread Potato Rolls Recipe by Manjula, Indian Vegetarian Appetizers 37 Comments Leave a Reply I like the recipe, but I don't like the way the camera is moving all other videos you have are like more professional!!! It's not you I donno .. go back , get the old camera man and montages Reply That cup of almond butter looked huge lol Reply Quick question – could you do this in a blender instead of a food processor? Reply Can I use tahini instead of almond butter, I never buy almond butter too expensive. Reply Yummy!! I have two ripped pears that I was just about to toss! I have every to make this except nutmeg. Would it still taste ok? Reply look Tasty ….yum yum . Reply How do u calculate nutritional value of a dish made from scratch? Reply I hope Santa brings you a bigger food processor. Reply Looks good. Gonna try it out 😉 Reply I wonder how this would taste with cardamom instead of cinnamon… Reply Dear Dani I have made lots of your recipies and I love them all thanks. But can you please tell me how much is the one cup that you use in ounces or kg please beacause my cup measures look smaller and I am not in the US so maybe it is different thanks Reply Thank you. I made myself with half of ingredients (had just half cup of butter). It is delicious:) . Reply Hi Dani!Can I use peanut butter instead of almond butter? Reply Looks great!! Will make it this weekend!!! Thanks! Reply I WILL make this ASAP! Looks amazing:)) I tried the almond butter brownies too, life changing! lol. Thank you! Reply Umm yes please!! Reply I'm definitely trying this out bh!!! Reply you are so beautiful Dani! this looks delicious! ty for sharing yummy💙 Reply Why would you use eggs when you can just flax or chia seed eggs, which are miles healthier, and make this suitable for vegans? Great recipes Reply When my arm is healed, i'm going to make this for my writer's group. Reply Delicious Dani, I have to make this real soon it looks really fantastic and I love pears. Thank you xx Reply I will definitely give this recipe a try. Thank you so much! =D Reply This recipe is amazing! Loved it! I'll totally try it out. :) Reply good recipe😃 Reply hi, I don't like pear, can I use apples Reply Would this work with coconut butter instead of almond butter? Reply I wish I was married to you, so I could eat your delicious creations. Reply Hi Dani, is there a way to make it for people with nut allergies? Like what can i substitute for the almomd butter? Reply Is there a vegan substitute for the eggs? Reply could clean peanut butter be used instead of almond butter? Reply I say pear cheeks too! My favorite is peach cheeks cus it sounds like you're flirting with something delicious!😂😂 Reply You could also saute that pear in a little coconut oil and cinnamon before you process. Reply Hey Dani 🙂 Loved the recipe!! But I have a question: are roasted nuts healthy? I hear that if nut get heated up the fat becomes rancid, and its actually not good for our bodies. Is that true? I see you use Roasted almond butter and you use a lot of nuts for baking so I have this doubt. Reply I can't comprehend how u make things at home work and make a healthy miracle rather than giving a list of fancy stuff making the recipe expensive and unattainable at regular basis.. and ure very beautifully driven and passionate.. SLAAAAYYYYY ! Reply I only have green apples. Do you think they would substitute well? Reply Looks yummy! For sure will make one ! 😀 Thank you for this recipe ! <3 Reply Please clone yourself so I could hire you to be our chef lol Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.