some homemade version of items I normally bought and but by the end of the year I was so burned out I haven’t revisited that theme since. Now, two plus years later, I have a new list of things I want to make, starting with a week of Gluten Free Mixes. For those of you who do not eat gluten free foods, go ahead and let your eyes glaze over, but remember this is here if you ever have cause to bake without gluten because store bought mixes can be ridiculously expensive and are full of sugar. My mixes use alternative sweeteners, too, to keep the glycemic index lower.
gluten / nut / dairy free). By making the dry mix ahead of time (usually the longest part of any GF recipe thanks to the mix of flours and starches you need), you reduce the risk of rushing and accidentally cross-contaminating something down the line - not to mention you can then have a batch of "safe" dessert (such as decadent brownies) ready as fast as a "regular" mix
pretty much what you would imagine cauliflower and chocolate might taste like when mixed together. But if you are making a low carb brownie sundae out of them, which I highly recommend (try my sugar free mint ice cream with these), you might want to cut them a little larger
Once completely melted, remove the mix from the heat. Adina from GlutenFree Travelette made Chocolate Brownie Pie with Orange ZestAngela from Angela's Kitchen made Gluten & Dairy Free Cream Egg BrowniesBrooke from B & the boy
Divide the mixture evenly and shape into sausage-like shapes that aren't too thick. I paired them with simple, out of the pack couscous flavored with spices and peppers and served a hearty homemade hummus to bring everything together to make a quick, glutenfree weeknight meal
Add the two eggs to the butter and sugar, mixing until they are combined. Maybe it was something to do with the lunar eclipse but everything just fell in place to make these GlutenFree Chocolate Brownie Cookies