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Gluten-Free Chocolate Brownies
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Rich and Fudgy Chocolate Brownies
These brownies are made with avocado and coconut flour, but don’t be fooled by the fancy ingredients! These brownies contain no avocado or coconut flavor - they're just rich, dense, chocolate brownies.They taste exactly how you expect a brownie to taste ... only better! They are chocolaty and fudgy, and sure to cure any chocolate craving. Plus, they have over 3 grams of protein per serving! They're also gluten-free and GMO-free. Hands down the best brownies I’ve ever eaten!
Our favorite way to eat them is straight from the freezer. The coconut oil keeps the brownies soft. Cut them up and freeze them for a frozen chocolate treat that tastes great on a warm summer night.
Coconut flour, coconut oil and avocado? ... You won't even know it's there!
Although they taste like fudgy, sweet brownies they've got a little something extra. These brownies are packed with nutrition! Coconut is really healthy and fabulous stuff. It's excellent for your thyroid and metabolism. It’s rich in lauric acid which is the same compound found in breast milk. It's a super immunity booster and it’s rich in fiber.
The fat found in coconut oil possesses many health giving opportunities. Some even call it “the healthiest oil on earth.” Filled with MCFA (medium-chain fatty acids) coconut oil does not have a negative effect on cholesterol and it actually protects against heart disease.
Avocado has long been hailed a super-food. It is good for your brain, your heart, your eyes, your blood sugar and blood pressure, it aids in digestion, and more. Due to the fat content (good fat) it can easily be substituted in place of butter or oil.
- 10 ounces Bittersweet Chocolate, use high quality, the darker the better, broken in pieces
- 1/2 cup Organic Unsalted Butter
- 1/2 cup Organic Coconut Oil
- 6 Organic Eggs
- 1 1/2 cup Organic Sugar, evaporated cane juice
- 1/2 cup Organic Brown Sugar
- 4 tablespoons Agave Nectar, or substitute with 1/4 cup white sugar
- 1 Vanilla Bean, or substitute with 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
- 2 large or 3 small Organic Avocado, mashed
- 3/4 cup Organic Coconut Flour
- 1 pinch Sea Salt
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees,
- Melt butter and coconut oil in heavy, medium sized saucepan. Add in chocolate and stir constantly. Keep stirring until the chocolate is completely melted. Remove from the heat immediately. Set aside and allow to cool for 15 minutes.
- Meanwhile, beat your eggs in a separate bowl for about a minute, using an electric mixer. Add sugars, agave nectar, and vanilla. Beat well. Add in your mashed avocado and beat until smooth.
- Once you chocolate has cooled, slowly add it into your egg mixture. Try to pour with one hand, and hold the mixer with the other. Pour slowly and mix well while combining the warm chocolate with the eggs. Mix until combined and smooth.
- Add in about half of the coconut flour and the salt. Mix. Add in the rest of the coconut flour and mix well to combine.
- Pour into a greased 9 x 13 baking dish and bake at 350 degrees for 35-38 minutes. A toothpick should come out clean.
Do you eat organic foods?
Choose High Quality Ingredients for High Quality Baking
This is truly the distinction between good tasting food and AMAZING tasting food. It's simple. Great ingredients equal great food. Purchase organic and GM free when available. Yes, it may be a bit more expensive but can you really put a price tag on your personal health?
Using organic and GM-free ingredients is the only way to guarantee that you’re receiving the maximum nutritional benefit from your food. Many studies show that GM foods lack nutritional value. Wheat has been in the headlines lately. We’re only just beginning to learn the devastating health effects of GM wheat. Stick with organic and GM-free ingredients whenever possible! I bet you'll taste a difference.
Refined white table sugar is poison! Stay away from it. Unfortunately, most American’s eat it in excess. It has no nutritional value as all the vitamins have been bleached out. Organic sugar, or evaporated cane juice, is a cream/tan color. The sugar crystals are larger and are not uniform as they are left natural. Because there are no pesticides used on organic sugar, and because it is not refined, it contains more vitamins and enzymes. It also contains more molasses which has immense nutritional benefits. I’ve written more about the health benefits of molasses in other articles. Swap out refined sugar with organic sugar in all your favorite recipes using a 1:1 ratio and add some nutrition to your life.
More Delicious and Toxic-Free Sweets by Sugahware
- Recipe for Chocolate Crinkle Cookies using Agave Nectar and Coconut Oil
These fudgy cookies are more like a brownie than a cookie. Agave nectar adds moist, sweet flavor without a lot of sugar. Coconut oil keeps them soft, dense and moist. They're indulgent and guilt free!
- Recipe for Ginger Molasses Cookies made with Coconut Oil
These soft cookies are spicy and addicting. They’re rolled in organic raw sugar which gives them a chewy and crunchy texture. This recipe uses coconut oil and unsulphured molasses.
- Organic Chocolate Brownies using Agave Nectar and Real Chocolate
These seven ingredient brownies are fudgy, rich and simple! Just a few steps to eat organic and indulge. Ditch those toxic box brownies and prepare for a sensational brownie experience!
- Organic Steel Cut Oatmeal Cookie Recipe using Coconut Oil
Precooking the oatmeal in these cookies makes them dense and moist with a chewy texture. They are filling and nutritious, perfect for breakfast. Make cookies or bars. Many variations available!