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Tag: low-glycemic

There are 922 recipes with the tag: “low-glycemic”.

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Summer
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Almond Kissed Peaches

Fresh sliced peaches are lightly touched with a sprinkle of almonds and almond extract. Amaretto or vanilla could work in a pinch instead.


Fall
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Almond Mesquite Cookies

On my quest to create a mesquite, vegan, gluten-free dessert for Tucson Food Day, I created these almond based delights using both almond meal or flour with almond butter. They are reminiscent of a peanut butter cookie with their own unique mesquite infused flavor. If you don’t have mesquite flour, skip it as it is mostly for flavor, and just call these Almond Cookies!


Winter
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Almond Milk

Once you start making this easy non-dairy milk from scratch life will not be the same as you will save money, time as well as avoiding the added thickeners and chemicals in the store-bought versions.


Summer
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Almond Pancakes

Fluffy, gluten-free, low-glycemic pancakes are attained through beating the egg whites and adding almond flour. A splash of almond extract will add to the flavor, but it is an optional addition. There are lots of options to make these pancakes your own including the milk & flour you prefer to use at home.


Spring
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Almond-Herb Crackers

Fresh herbs peek out through the almonds in little bursts of flavor. Almond meal or almond flour will both work for these quick, protein dense little crackers. These are inspired by Elana’s Pantry’s gorgeous almond crackers.