Rich little brownies with matcha glaze + a giveaway — molly yeh. As first time guest-bedroom-having humans, we have a rule: whenever someone braves the small planes, long drives, and lack of 4g or l.t.e. or whatever in order to just visit us, we have to be as hospitable as possible. five-star hospitable. so hospitable that they would easily brave the planes, trains, and automobiles all over again to come back for another visit. every pillow must be fluffed, every towel must be warm, every political stance must be taken into account when curating the guest bedroom library. and obbbbbbbbviously, there must be plenty of little welcoming snacks, representing sweet and savory, and addressing any applicable dietary preferences. so before my pops arrived on monday, we scurried around, cleaning, collecting apples from our backyard, combing through our magazine collection, and putting out these itsy bitsy brownies. like why have a chocolate on your pillow when you can have a chocolate brownie on your pillow?
Paleo Coconut Flour Brownies - Dense and fudgy! At my house, brownies are taken seriously. We require a dense, fudgy, chocolatey, moist and rich treat to satisfy a brownie craving. We don’t consider cakey brownies brownies… we call them chocolate cake squares. After tweaking, I finally created a coconut flour brownie recipe that suits the brownie connoisseurs in my family.
Firm, decadently chocolatey, and slightly chewy, you’ll be hooked after one bite. Coconut Flour Brownies: the ingredients Coconut flour is my flour of choice for grain free baking. It requires a hearty dose of butter to provide moisture and the fudgy texture. I use cocoa powder when I make this recipe for my family members but recently I’ve been experimenting with carob powder. Fudgy Coconut Flour Brownies Serves: Makes 16 brownies Dense and fudgy, these coconut flour brownies taste rich and decadent. Ingredients Instructions Preheat the oven to 300 and grease a glass baking dish (8x8 or 9x9). Recipes: Paleo Brownies | Easy Homemade Brownie Mix | Thriving Home. My mother, the hostess extraordinaire, had given me many useful hospitality tips over the years. One helpful thing she has passed on to me is to always have a ready-to-make dessert on hand. You never know when you’ll need something sweet last minute. Well, I have taken her advice for a long time now and have almost always had a box of brownie mix in the pantry.
I can’t tell you how many times I have been glad I did. Both my husband and I have have small groups through our church that come over frequently and when I don’t have time to run to the store, that box of brownie mix comes in handy! Well, after I stumbled on a homemade brownie mix recipe, I figured I’d give it a try. Brownie Mix (to store in an airtight bag for future use) 1 1/4 c. flour2/3 c. cocoa powder1 tsp. baking powder3/4 tsp salt2 c. sugar Mix all of these together and store in a Ziploc bag or other airtight container. To prepare the brownies add: 3 eggs1 tsp. vanilla extract1 c. melted butter They turned out DELICIOUS.
Enjoy! Clean Eating Brownies Recipe. Sometimes the hardest thing about eating clean is not being able to use the box desserts that you are used to eating. But as your taste buds change and you begin to taste how processed that stuff actually is. So the search began for a good brownie recipe. I love brownies. I like fudgy brownies that aren’t quite done, and the less edges the better!! This recipe achieved that for me, if you are craving brownies and can’t stand it anymore, then give in and make these! To get this clean eating brownie recipe started, preheat oven at 350 degrees. I prefer my brownies underdone, fudgier; you can cook them longer if you like yours more cakey. Clean Eating Brownies Recipe Recipe type: Dessert Serves: 8-12 Ingredients ½ cup of butter (1 stick of butter) 1 cup of organic cane sugar 1 tsp vanilla extract ⅓ cup of unsweetened cocoa powder ½ cup of whole wheat pastry flour ¼ tsp baking powder ¼ tsp salt 2 eggs Instructions Preheat oven at 350 degrees.
Healthy Whole Wheat Avocado Brownie Bites! I was on the hunt for chocolate this afternoon! I will be posting a lot of healthier recipes coming up. Over the holiday break, I found myself diving into all the unhealthy foods (Pie, fudge, peanut brittle, frosted cookies, truffles etc.) and now it’s time to get back on track with clean eating. Creating healthier versions to my favorite foods helps me stay on track. It’s like having your cake and eating it too. Today, I chose to make healthy brownies! The brownies turned out awesome! Oh, and you can’t taste ANY of the avocado! Ingredients: * 1 Medium Avocado, 3 Medium Eggs, 1 Cup Whole Wheat Flour, 1/2 Cup Unsweetened Cocoa Powder, 1/3 Cup Hot Water, 1 Tbsp Vanilla Bean Paste or Vanilla Extract, 6 OZ Vanilla Yogurt, 5 Packets Stevia, 3 Tbsp Dark Chocolate Chips, 3 Tbsp Honey or Agave. Preheat the oven to 350 Degrees Add the egg, avocado, and yogurt to a mixing bowl and mix on high until combined.
Mix in the vanilla and Stevia. Add the water to the cocoa powder and mix. Mix well. Combine!