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Alice A.

Reged: 10/26/04
Posts: 11
Loc: Knoxville, MD
Re: Silly question...but can you add acacia to baked goodies?
12/03/04 05:57 PM

Just got some acacia for the first time and have been experimenting myself.
I added it to one of my favorite desserts, Oatmeal Peach Betty, and didn't notice any difference in texture or taste. Just added about a tablespoon to the crumb topping.

Oatmeal Peach Betty

1 qt canned peaches + juice (mom canned her own peaches, I ended up using 2 15oz cans of DelMonte Harvest Spice Sliced Peaches..tasted pretty close to me)
2 tbsp lemon juice
1/4 tsp cinnamon
1 tbsp margarine
1/2 tsp vanilla
2/3 c flour
1/4 c canola oil (could probably use less or sub in some applesauce)
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp baking soda
2/3 c quick oats
1 tbsp acacia powder

Place peaches in a 2 qt cassarole dish greased with non-stick spray. Sprinkle lemon juice and cinnamon over peaches and dot with pieces of margarine. Mix brown sugar, oil, and vanilla. Sift flour, salt, baking soda, and acacia, add oats. Add flour mix and blend well, sprinkle over peaches.
Bake 45 minutes at 350F.

Also tried blending a tbsp of acacia into some of my gravy for a turkey dinner and it did thicken the gravy but didn't take away from the taste at all.

It is so nice having so many options now to get my daily fiber. Keep experimenting everybody!

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* Silly question...but can you add acacia to baked goodies? Kandee 09/17/04 08:41 AM
. * Re: Silly question...but can you add acacia to baked goodies? Alice A. 12/03/04 05:57 PM
. * update on experiments so far... khyricat 12/03/04 05:18 PM
. * Re: update on experiments so far... Kandee 12/03/04 07:12 PM
. * Re: update on experiments so far... khyricat 12/04/04 06:28 AM
. * Kandee, I finally have this info! HeatherAdministrator 11/29/04 06:27 PM
. * Great. This could prove to be interesting.... Kandee 11/29/04 11:48 PM
. * Re: Great. This could prove to be interesting.... HeatherAdministrator 11/30/04 11:13 AM
. * Acacia in cooking and baking.... Kandee 11/30/04 01:15 PM
. * Re: Great. This could prove to be interesting.... khyricat 11/30/04 12:54 PM
. * Yeah, this is what I need to do... HeatherAdministrator 11/30/04 05:06 PM
. * I think it may depend on the recipe too- khyricat 12/01/04 06:17 AM
. * Re: I think it may depend on the recipe too- Kandee 12/01/04 09:57 AM
. * Re: I think it may depend on the recipe too- khyricat 12/01/04 11:06 AM
. * Thanks heather... khyricat 11/30/04 06:21 AM
. * I have been meaning to try this for months! HeatherAdministrator 09/17/04 11:22 AM
. * Re: I have been meaning to try this for months! Kandee 09/18/04 10:35 AM
. * Thanks Heather... Linz 09/18/04 07:24 AM
. * Re: Silly question...but can you add acacia to baked goodies? Linz 09/17/04 08:53 AM
. * Does Acacia break down in Heat? Kandee 09/21/04 04:12 PM
. * I can actually find this out... HeatherAdministrator 09/21/04 05:17 PM
. * Thanks Heather!-nt- Kandee 09/21/04 06:23 PM

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