I know it feels like pure torture, but you must wait at least 6 hours once your brownies have reached room temperature before slicing and serving. The brownies turn fudgier over time. And when you make your own, remember to snap a picture and share it on Instagram using amyshealthybaking and tagging amyshealthybaking IN the photo itself! Hi Amy just wanted to thank you for your recepies, as they are right up my ally being diabetic I can eat most of your stuff. I really appreciate your interest in my recipe Debra! In the Notes section, two paragraphs beneath the one that mentions oat flour, I share how to properly measure flour.
I know it can be easy to miss! Hello Amy! I started following your blog a couple of weeks ago and I love it! I have a question: can I simply remove coconut sugar from the recipes? Can I simply use some stevia or vanilla extract i I feel like? I am Italian and I am used to bitter and strong flavors and I grew up so sensitive to sugar that even a little spoon will cover all teh other flavors.
I truly appreciate your interest in my recipe Beatrice! I actually have a version of these brownies without the white chocolate that uses stevia instead of coconut sugar here. Perhaps that would be better suited for your diet! These are delicious! My first thought when I tasted them was these taste like they came from a bakery! Thanks for another great recipe! Thank you so much for sharing that with me! As someone from the UK I also want to say a huge thanks for putting the measurements in grams as well, makes life so much easier for me as I hate working in cups and very few american websites include grams as well so I really appreciate that!
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Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. The Healthier Chocolate Treats cookbook is perfect for any and all chocolate lovers. These recipes have never been seen before or appeared on my blog. And yes—every single one contains some form of chocolate. Whether you prefer milk, dark or white, there are lots of treats inside for you!
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They taste so rich and decadent! Only 77 calories and just as easy to make as a box mix! Click here to PIN the recipe and save it for later! Leftovers will keep for at least one week if stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator, and they freeze well, too! Most store-bought gluten-free flour blends like this one! Regular whole wheat flour, white whole wheat flour , or all-purpose flour may be substituted for the whole wheat pastry flour.
Oat flour gluten-free , if necessary! The brownies already taste very rich and dark chocolaty without it! Make sure you measure the cocoa powder and flour correctly, using this method or a kitchen scale. Too much will dry out your brownies and make them taste bitter. Brown sugar or granulated sugar may be substituted for the coconut sugar, but the brownies will no longer be clean eating friendly. Ooh, kind of tempted to not beat the batter for a minute, shrug it off, and fold it into some vanilla ice cream that will just happen to be churning away on the counter top.
Not only is she allergic to gluten, but also dairy, soy, and corn the last two are fine in small amounts. Would it work to switch out the butter for margarine or oil? Buy it from a natural food store, rather than the stuff in the supermarkets, which contains dubious ingredients. Let us know how they turn out! The texture of these brownies looks perfect — flourless brownies have such a perfect texture, I hardly ever make them with flour now.
This looks like the perfect brownie recipe for me. But whether people eat gluten or not, these came out really great. I just made gluten-free brownies! I am intrigued by this recipe; only 20 grams of cornstarch? I must try it, even though the amount of chocolate sounds well, over-the-top! They look just incredible. I added the metrics a few minutes after publishing the post. Do try them! Those look sinfully scrumptious! Also, should we preheat or not? I dint have to be gluten free but I am stoked about these brownies!
They look so dense and moist and absolutely perfect! Hi David — I have a question. I am allergic to corn, which means no cornstarch. Can another starch be used, such as tapioca? Thanks for all that you do, I enjoy your posts very much. You had me at the voluptuous photo, but I read on as I always do and enjoyed the post, particularly the mention of Robert Steinberg.
He was a character. One thing that struck me — you adapted your own recipe! I guess you need to say that to distinguish it. Looks irresistable and I have a kilo of good cocoa jsut waiting in the pantry and Cornstarch in the freezer for hot days to go inside shoes,so…. For those asking about substitutes for corn starch: potato starch not flour or tapioca starch are interchangeable in GF recipes.
Yay for gluten free recipes that you know, taste good. The GF world is coming along, but there is still so much out there that tastes horrible. Anyway, I am intrigued by the option of either natural or Dutch process cocoa; usually I find recipes are specific about one or the other. Is the option listed because it is only one tablespoon? Does the acidity of natural cocoa not affect the taste and texture? Just wondering. Justin: The oven temperature is in Step 1. I sometimes break it out and put it between the ingredients and steps, but here I put it in the body of the recipe.
Love that you went with a GF brownie! These look fudgey and amazing. I do it on my baking posts, but I really hesitate sometimes. Will be taking this recipe to Scotland with me on Saturday to make for a gluten-intolerant friend! Also, try your mint brownies substituting 1 pound of marzipan rolled out to a 9 x 13 rectangle for the mints.
Pretty amazing. Thanks for this lovely recipe. Any chance of substituting something vegan for the eggs?
I am forever trying to find ways to cook for my g-f vegan friend, and these look so promising. David, I reckon that when you post pics of yourself you must edit them. Take out a massive stomach and erase the red horns…. How will it be different from the American one? I saw your book in a shop in London the other day and was reading through it. Absolutely wonderful. Not fair, not fair at all. I would have loved to say hello. Apparently they lack the water content that butter has, so you need to use a bit less. The jury is out regarding how healthy or unhealthy this is, since it is saturated fat, but of a different kind.
I use this when baking cookies, and the taste is not at all coconut-y. Those look fabulous, David. It makes a difference. My daughter and husband French, by the way are celiac and authentic, delectable but gluten-free brownies have been a hard one to serve up.
I look forward to trying this recipe with my munchkin after she returns from school today! I have several family members who have to eat gluten-free so am always on the lookout for good recipes to try! I hope Divertimenti will update their website before you get here next month — there are two branches and we will need to know which one you will be at.
Right now, they are just giving dates for events in July which are long past….. Inquiring minds, and expanding waistlines, want to know. And on the day I made the chocolate chocolate chip cookies. Several folks asked for the recipe. My next try is the Racine cake, just got to stock up on nibs. Thank you for helping my staff put up with me. OMG, these look fabulous! Thanks for the gluten free label. It is so hard to find stuff that actually turns out and tastes good at the same time.
I might just have to under-mix my brownies on purpose… ;- Looks wonderful, thanks for the recipe! I love your photos- we eat with our eyes just as we do with our tastebuds. This recipe looks amazing and will be fabulous for a friend who is gluten-free I might sneak in a few pieces of choco-heaven myself! Like Shawnie I cannot eat corn either, so when I return home to the U. I will experiment with tapioca or arrowroot or potato starch, or perhaps will be compelled to try many different versions!
Life is good, eh? I remember your original recipe and especially appreciated the caveat of taking the beating time seriously. Tho, if baking for a gluten intolerant person, ask them what to do about the cross-contanimation of a gluten kitchen.
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What level of concern they have due to their level of gluten sensitivity. Really looking forward to trying this out. But the batter does smooth out and pull away, and makes a dang good brownie. Also, for anyone who needs to sub out the cornstarch, I recommend doing so by weight as opposed to volume. I am 8 months into baking by weight and I finally have a grasp on it! Thank you for this modification. I am gluten free and easily have adapted a number of your recipes in this cookbook by using alternative flours but would have not thought to make brownies in this way!
Thank you. I have a friend who is gluten-sensitive not totally intolerant and I am going to make these this weekend! Monica: I weighed the corn starch in a tablespoon and found it weighed 10 grams when making these. But if unsure, you may wish to measure it by tablespoon. These look amazing, David. As someone who is just experimenting with gluten-free cooking and living, I am eager to try these.
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Just watching carbs. Rich, chocolately, delicious. Somehow this recipe grabbed me and demanded that I make it today. Thanks for a great recipe that still tastes like what it says it is. But not these! Fudgey, rich, delicious. I follow you on Twitter and see you have grease stain issues. Works even on washed in grease stains like a charm. I threw away sooo many clothing items before I found this out…. So I made these last night, and they came out great! I struggled with step 4 as the batter never stopped being grainy, but it pulled from the sides after I beat it for a long time, and they came out fantastic.
Thanks for the recipe! By substituting potato starch for the corn starch, these brownies just became an easy no-matzoh-meal Passover recipe! Thank you, David! When beating the batter thoroughly to get it from the grainy stage to the smooth stage, some sort of liquid started separating itself, and got more and more prominent the more I mixed. The batter was nice and smooth, just with a watery extra component.
About halfway through baking, the liquid part started to bubble. At 30 minutes, the batter itself was fairly firm, but there was still some of the liquid around the edges, bubbling merrily. I left it in the oven for another five minutes with the heat off. I suspect the brownies will be edible With that much chocolate in them, how could they not be?
Yes, I added the eighth-teaspoon sea salt called for in the recipe. You can see in the photos how my batter looked, side-by-side. Another factor might be the high-percentage chocolate.
Even though we eat our share of gluten around here bread of all shapes and sizes! Thanks for the inspiration! I weighed out the ingredients, stirred as suggested I even timed it! Any thoughts on what went wrong? Different ovens and pans bake differently so results in baked goods will often vary depending on a variety of factors. If you have grains of sugar, perhaps your sugar crystals are too large. I use sucre cristal , which is slightly larger than granulated sugar in the US. But had no problems.
Please support my petition for the Girl Scouts to sell a gluten free and allergen free cookie. What an intriguing recipe. Is there a reason that you are melting the chocolate and butter directly in the pan instead of in a double boiler or makeshift double boiler? Does it help with the texture due to the lack of flour?
David: Thanks for your response. I suspect it is the chocolate, rather than insufficient beating — the more I beat the batter, the more it separated. Perhaps in your next revision you could warn against high-cacao percentage chocolate — that never occurred to me.
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Because I left them in longer to absorb the bubbling liquid, the edges did turn out a bit crispy and slightly burnt-tasting, but not objectionable to my palate. Again, with all that chocolate, definitely not sufficient reason to not eat them. Rather than just writing for say, an American or French audience —. My guideline is to use items that most likely people will purchase in their grocery store. Especially with all the new and specialty foods out there that are available. David, I would add in response to Marie, whose friend is allergic to dairy, to read the ingredients on any margarine.
For some reason, they often add caseinates, or whey to margarine, both of which contain milk proteins. If a person is truly allergic to milk, it is the protein to which they respond. Similarly if the person is allergic to soy or corn, you need to scan for those oils in margarine. That is TOO funny!
I too had the same issue with the Scharffenberger recipe, and was sure to write in and complain about the gloppy, oily, grainy mess that i ended up with. I remember the beating for a minute thing too, but never went back to test it out. I bought that book for the brownie recipe, and sold the book. Thank you for this recipe!
I met him once, and was taken by his beautiful spirit. These look absolutely amazing! A few minutes less next time and I think they will be perfect. Most amazing brownie recipe ever! They came out perfectly. Also sprinkled some Maldon salt flakes on top just because i love salted chocolate desserts.
Thank you so much for this recipe. Made them yesterday and they are a big hit! Long live the brownie. I made these yesterday and they were a huge hit! This might have to be my default brownie recipe! We will compare them the the gluten-free black bean brownies we make for him. I made them just out of curiosity before my son was diagonosed as gluten intolerant. My father picky eater gobbled them up without knowing what they were made from. This recipe is a keeper!
I tried it today and it turned out great! Had all the ingredients in my pantry and yes, cacao nibs are a pantry staple in my household. I used Splenda sugar and it still came out just the way it should. I was just wondering if I could substitute Agave syrup for the sugar. Thanks, David! These brownies turned out great particularly good with your Roasted Banana Ice cream recipie. Thank you so much for sharing David! It was delicious! I had the same odd experience as Fran. As I was beating a timer dutifully ticking away in the background , the batter became smooth and glossy and rolled itself up into a ball, but it left a sort of brown watery stuff behind in the pan.
I actually thought it was kind of handy, as it meant the batter plopped out of the pan with no scraping at all. After about 25 minutes, there was a layer of boiling…liquid…on top of the brownies. I made the executive decision to just pour it off. I put them back in the oven for five more minutes. After cooling, they were just fine. Not greasy, not overdone, not dry. The liquid was odd, but not an overwhelming obstacle.
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