As you might have imagined, I have no will power when it comes to chocolate. I’m talking none. Zero. Nada. And if it’s dark chocolate, fuggetaboutit. So when I saw this recipe on Glugle Gluten-Free’s blog, I printed it pronto, and I knew that it wouldn’t be gathering dust in my pile of must-make-very-soon gluten free recipes. I made a mental note to make the muffins and post about it as part of the AMAZING Book of Yum’s October Adopt A GF Blogger event. I’ve participated once before when I adopted Carol from Simplyâ€¦Gluten Free and made her Salt and Vinegar Roasted Kale Chips and blogging about them here.
I met Tia, author of the Glugle Gluten-Free blog, at the blogher ’10 conference in San Francisco last month. It was a fantastic experience on so many levels. But the best part of all was meeting so many of the gluten free bloggers that I’ve admired only from my computer screen. After meeting them, I quickly learned that in addition to having gluten free in common with me, they are all really nice people. So nice in fact that one of them, Tia, brought everyone a whole pile of homemade gluten free muffins (both Banana and Banana Chocolate) on the second morning of the conference. As soon as I took one bite, I knew these would be in my future. When I returned home from the blogher ’10 conference, I immediately found Tia’s recipe and couldn’t wait to make them.
Tia posts about gluten free living and eating. She is a gluten free blogger who wants to help others learn that gluten free living, whether you have Celiac or are gluten intolerant or gluten sensitive is more than manageable. I’m so glad I met her and now consider her one of my good gluten free buddies! Thank you Tia!