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Hi Kate! Can you consume almond meal/flour? You could try it. As for the vanilla bean powder sub, you can use pure vanilla extract, leave it out or consider adding another spice like cinnamon. In the recipe card, at the bottom in the notes, you’ll find additional alternatives 😉

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