How to Make Allergen-Free Blondies (Vegan, FODMAP friendly)

How to Make Allergen-Free Blondies (Vegan, FODMAP friendly)

This Blondies mix has been hanging around in my kitchen for a while. We’d been meaning to make them and decided Mother’s Day was a pretty good reason.

If you’re not familiar with Namaste Foods, they are a family-owned, woman-operated company which I think is super awesome. They also own their own factory, so they can guarantee their products are natural and no cross contamination can happen. Namaste products are free of top allergens. This means their products are free of gluten, soy, dairy, sesame, caseine, wheat, egg, peanuts, tree nuts, sulfites, mustard, fish, crustaceans, and shellfish. The Blondies are also free of potato, corn, high fructose syrup, artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives.

 

Namaste Blondie Mix
A good alternative for brownie haters (you don’t need that kind of negativity in your life though)

 

Namaste Egg Replacer
A great alternative to eggs

 

This recipe is vegan and FODMAP friendly.

Even with a heart of glass, you can enjoy these homemade Blondies. Click To TweetDisclaimer: I was offered Namaste Foods products in exchange for my honest review.

 

Ingredients

-Eggs/Namaste Egg replacer

-Oil or melted butter

-Water

Egg replacer
2 tsp egg replacer & 2 tbsp water= 1 egg

 

Blondie mix in bowl
This is about to be something delicious.

 

Directions

(for 8×8 pan)

-Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

-Lightly spray or grease pan.

-Combine 1 egg or 2 tsp Namaste egg replacer & 2 tbsp of warm water, 1/2 c oil or butter, 1/2 cup hot water, and 15 oz or ~2.5 cups dry mix.

-Blend well.

-Bake approximately 30-35 minutes.

Blondies are done when toothpick inserted in center comes out with a few moist crumbs.

Cool completely before removing.

Let cool and then serve.

 

Nutrition

(1/24 per pkg or 36g)

-Calories: 110

-Fat: 0g

-Saturated fat: 0g

-Trans fat: 0g

-Cholesterol: 0g

-Sodium: 120mg

-Carbs: 30g

-Fiber: 0g

-Sugar: 18g

-Protein: 1g

Blondie slice
Chewy, butterscotch goodness.

Blondie slice

Each box makes either two 8×8 pans, two 9×9 pans, or one 9×13 pan. The directions above are for an 8 x 8 pan. If you’d like to make it with another size pan, you can find the directions on the packaging.

The blondies were nice and chewy and most importantly, delicious.

If you’d like to try other Namaste recipes, check out this one for homemade pizza.

If you try out this recipe, please post it using #glutenfreespirited and tag Gluten-Free Spirited. Be sure to follow GFS on social media using the buttons below.

Thank you to Namaste Foods for the products!

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19 thoughts on “How to Make Allergen-Free Blondies (Vegan, FODMAP friendly)

  1. That looks sooooo good Sam. The Namaste ladies sure sound like they truly care about their products and giving people with allergies tasty, nutritional alternatives. I don’t believe I’ve seen the products here in South Africa yet, although it sounds like they would do really well here. I’m starting to see more an more “dietary conscious” food stuff all the time now.

    • I can confirm that they are soooo good. 😀 They are a really great company and have many great products. We definitely want to try more. It looks like Namaste is available via online ordering in South Africa. That’s great that you’re seeing more foods for people with dietary restrictions!

  2. This looks like a simple recipe to make. Glad to learn that Blondies are free of potato, corn and high fructose syrup and artifical colors and presevatives. I only like natural ingredient for my family.

    • It is simple and doesn’t take long either. Namaste Foods is free of many allergens, which is so great! I was surprised that their Blondie Mix was free of potato and corn. It’s so yummy!

    • Don’t feel silly, Ithfifi! They are dessert bars similar to brownies. Instead of chocolate, blondies use vanilla and brown sugar. Sometimes people will add pecans, walnuts, butterscotch chips or chocolate chips. They’re really good!

  3. Wow! This one’s a winner.This looks so delightful and tasty. I would love to try making this recipe. My boys would both probably DIG this!

  4. These allergen free blondies look really lovely. They seem easy to make and I like that the calories are quite low too. Thank you for sharing with us!

  5. This is a very nice and healthy option for a little sweet snack!
    I have never made blondies, but I suppose I could manage to get this right witht his recipe, lol

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