Yes, I know baking ain't paleo, but anyway... What's your favourite paleo brownie recipe that gives you moist, fudgy, dense, chocolatey brownies? I just tried one on health-bent, but wasn't wowed by the results...
I haven't tried these, but I have made her banana bread french toast and nearly fainted from the intense deliciousness, so I bet it's worth a try:
I made some almond milk awhile back (yes, you can milk an almond) and used the leftover dried meal to make some flourless brownies.
They were very rich and almost fudge-like in texture. I also used sunflower-seed butter instead of peanut butter for the "swirl".
I am gaga over this recipe
we've made it 3 times now and each time its a bit better and only last a day
kudos to the creator!
Beat all ingredients together until smooth. Place in a parchment-lined 8x8" pan. Bake at 350 degrees for about 40 minutes.
Here are two that I have tried and like.
I think the biggest thing is playing around with the honey ratio. If you don't do a lot of sweets it's fine as stated but if you're looking for something a little more sweet or preparing for a non paleo crowd it might need a touch more.
More of a fudge texture than a brownie or cake, but, freaking awesome...and so easy.
We make a very simple lava cake that could be cooked a little longer to make brownies.
Melt together: 100g dark chocolate 1/4 cup butter Add: 1/4 cup almond meal 2 eggs 2 tbsp sugar or other sweetener, if desired.
If you're into instantaneous gratification, here is a no bake "brownie" that takes under 3 minutes to make-- it's totally addictive and my kids beg for them: www.livefabuLESS.com/brownie-bites (you can sub coconut oil for the walnut butter, if you prefer)
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