Today we have a guest recipe from Susan, author of Cook The Stone. Her website consists of lots of helpful cooking tips that while not solely based on gluten free food, are handy for around the kitchen. The guides include ingredient tips, one example is the “What do Scallops Taste Like?” article. Today she has decided to share with us her Almond Flour Brownie Recipe.
“Do you require a gluten-free diet but are still wanting to eat mouthwatering brownies? Then find out how you can do a gluten-free brownie with this recipe.
What’s your idea of the perfect brownie? If you ask me that question, I would say the perfect brownie is fudgy yet not gooey. And yes, it should have that deep chocolate flavour. We all have our own definitions of a perfect brownie. My best friend likes brownies that are not too sweet. But if you have been diagnosed with Coeliac disease, you will need brownies that are gluten free.
Fortunately, you can get that by baking almond flour brownies. Like rice, almond flour is naturally gluten-free and it is able to replace the standard wheat flour in a brownie recipe. Almond flour is not only gluten-free; it is also low in carbs but high in fibre. It is also an excellent source of protein. Simply put, almond flour brownies can make you feel less guilty.
What is almond flour?
Almond flour is a gluten-free ingredient that is widely used in many dishes from cakes to cookies to meat. It is made from ground sweet almonds. Aside from being a healthy alternative to wheat flour, almond flour has numerous health benefits as well. One benefit is that it can promote a healthy heart. After all, almond flour has more than 50 percent of monounsaturated fat that can maintain healthy cholesterol and lower risks of heart diseases. It can also lower risks of cancer and help manage blood sugar levels. Moreover, it can promote weight loss. Now let’s go to the recipe. This almond flour brownies recipe can make 16 servings of 2-inch brownies.
Almond flour brownies can present a healthy alternative to traditional recipes. It’s something that people who are on a gluten-free diet can eat regularly. Almond flour also provides many health benefits. Do you have any thoughts on this recipe? Let me hear from you. Write in the comments section below. Or better yet, share this article on Facebook and Twitter. I’ll appreciate your efforts.”
Please Note: All content for this recipe, including photos was provided by Susan of Cook The Stone. If you have any questions about the recipe you can contact her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
That is it for the recipe this Wednesday. Next Wednesday I’ll be featuring a Pickled German Stew to celebrate my dads birthday!
Until Next Time;
Ashlee; The Aussie Coeliac.