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A full batch of gluten free brownies made in the microwave. Made allergen-free, they do not contain egg, dairy, and more. They’re simple and easy to make. These brownies are perfect for a late night snack or last-minute guest(s). They’re delicious! The texture is perfect and you don’t taste eggy like most microwaved brownies and mug cakes. You can check out the same recipe in a single serving, Gluten Free Brownie Mug Recipe along with its video. Continue reading “Gluten Free Microwave Brownies (Full Batch)”
Make this gluten free mug brownie in the microwave. It only takes about 5 minutes to throw together and only one minute to cook. Add chocolate chips or nuts to the batter if desired. It’s a wonderful recipe to make when the craving hits and you need something right now! Continue reading “Gluten Free Mug Brownie (Gum-Free Allergen-Free)”
Need a pick me up and a fudgy chocolate fix? A celebrity chef used to sell 1,000 of a similar gluten brownie each week. Why? Because they are fudgy, the coffee it contains not only provides a boost but enhances the chocolate flavor, and they are packed with walnuts and chocolate chips. These gluten free pick me up brownies are no different and also have a dense texture typical of fudge. They do, however, differ from most gluten free brownies because they do not contain gum or added starch such as tapioca, potato, corn, or arrowroot. Maybe you’ll decide to sell them too! Continue reading “Gluten Free Pick-Me-Up Brownies (No Gum or Added Starch)”
Whether you call these delights gluten free skillet brownies, soft baked giant cookie, or a cookie cake (like Mrs. Fields), they are delicious. They are higher than a cookie, lower than brownies, and taste like brownies; just superb! Bake them in multiple size pans and skillets. Continue reading “Gluten Free Skillet Double Chocolate Brownies”
I made this back in February when it was National Cream Cheese Brownie Day? I’m not making this up. Seriously! Such a day exists. However, I don’t need an excuse to combine two of my favorite foods, cream cheese and chocolate. Have the best of both worlds, gluten-free brownies with a simple cream cheese topping and swirls of brownies on top. Continue reading “Gluten Free Cream Cheese Brownies”
To avoid summer heat in the kitchen, baking brownies in a slow cooker is ideal. The slow cooking and most environment creates moist and tender brownies. This version of slow cooker gluten free brownies are decadently rich. A better name for them may be truffle brownies. They are absolutely yummy and their height is about 1 3/4-inch. Continue reading “Slow Cooker Gluten Free Brownies”
Well, this may be too much for some people for a single serving, while others think it’s just right. Either way, this gluten free sugar free brownie recipe is ideal for people who are the only one in their household on a gluten free diet. In addition, if you do not like keeping sweets on hand, it’s perfect, as well.
Whisk the first 7 ingredients (liquids and xylitol) in a small bowl and set aside.
In a separate small bowl, whisk together the flour blend, cocoa, baking powder and salt.
Add the dry mixture to the wet mixture and beat together until smooth.
Fold in nuts, if using.
Pour the batter into the prepared pan and bake on the center shelf for 20 minutes or until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean.
Transfer to a wire rack. If using a spring-form pan, remove the ring. Allow the cake to cool for 10 - 15 minutes. Remove from pan or bottom pan and allow to cool completely. Slice into 4 pieces and serve.
Add chocolate chips to the batter.
Add frosting or ganache to the top; or slice in half and make into a 2-layer cake.
Add half of the batter into the pan, add 1 tablespoon nut butter, then the remaining batter.
Add 1 tablespoon of nut butter to the top of the batter and swirl it in before baking.
Bean flours create higher risen baked goods, but many of the flours create a bitter flavor. One way of getting around this is by using cooked beans. I prefer to use refried black beans. They’re so creamy and not bitter at all. The dark color is perfect for chocolate dishes such as this gluten free brownie recipe. It is dairy-free, gum-free, and grain-free, techinically, as buckwheat is a seed, not a grain. Some refer to buckwheat as pseudograin.