Hi Nadia! You could leave them out or add something …

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Hi Nadia! You could leave them out or add something else that you like instead. If you’re not allergic to nuts, walnuts would be great! You could also increase that oats to compensate but leaving it out is fine. If you find the batter a little too thin without shredded coconut add just enough extra oats to help thicken the batter.

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Hi! You could consider zucchini, squash or sweet potatoes. As for the apple, I’m sure replacing it with a small cut-up or mashed banana would work well! If you do try a different version, please share the results with us! Thanks! Now, I want to make muffins!

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Thank you Camia for letting us know that this recipe works with zucchini! I’m going to have to bake a batch soon!

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Hi Yvonne! Do you have other GF flours such as sorghum or millet? Even brown rice flour could work well as a substitute!

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