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AboutDanielle Prestejohn, NASM CPT, MS Nutrition, is a devoted CrossFitter, Group Fitness Instructor, and Health Coach. Residing in Boston, MA she is the blogger behind CleanFoodCreativeFitness.com and has a passion for all things nutrition and fitness. She hopes to share this passion and enthusiasm for health with all those in the Diet.com community!
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Since being diagnosed with Celiac disease the adjustment has been pretty easy to make. Most of the foods I eat are naturally gluten free anyway and when I crave things like cereal or bread there are plenty of gluten free replacements available.
Every once in a while though I do get a twinge of jealously when I see a really awesome recipe using regular flour or other gluten contaminated ingredients. I recently saw a recipe for homemade blondies and thought they sounded amazing. I got inspired to make my own Paleo and gluten free version that would hopefully be just as good. Now I can't promise these are any comparison to the original but they did get my gluten-eating sister stamp of approval!
Makes 12 bars
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