Happy Snow Day to all my friends on the East Coast!
I was under the illusion that the snow and winter were over. I know, it is only the middle of January and we are in the thick of winter right now but hey, a woman can only dream, right? As I have mentioned numerous times, I am not a cold weather kind of gal. You would never know I was born and raised in Fairfield County because I would move to the West Coast or the South in a heart beat! If only, my husband would oblige.
Well, at least I can find some comfort in the smell and taste of homemade baked goods during this snowy, cold day. These warm, chewy, Dark Chocolate Fudge Brownies are the perfect sweet treat for a day like today. Plus, they are gluten free since I am still going strong on my gluten cleanse. Trust me, you wouldn’t know the difference anyway. These are absolutely sweet and delicious plus they are almost guilt free since I made them with whole grain oat and almond flour, wink, wink. However, if you’re not looking to avoid wheat, then go ahead and substitute the oat and almond flour for whole wheat flour, it’s that simple.
These brownies are quick to make with only eight simple ingredients, all of which you probably already have in your pantry. Besides, they are so much better for you then any box of brownie mix you have hidden in your kitchen cabinet. So, what are you waiting for? Get up and get baking and be sure to savor every single bite!
3 thoughts on “Dark Chocolate Fudge Brownies, Gluten Free”
I approve this recipe!
I know you just posted this moments ago but when I read it I had to make it!! We aren’t gluten free here so I used white and wheat flours. I left out the walnuts because my kids don’t like them in their brownies. However, I did put some cinnamon into the chocolate mixture. I always add a sprinkle when I make homade cocoa for my kids and it adds such a great flavor. They are baking now….kids out playing in the snow I am sure they are going to love this warm treat!! I made homemade whip earlier for the cocoa so I think I will add that on top.
Thanks for sharing this sweet treat. A perfect thing on a snow day!!!
Hi Carie! Hope they came out delicious and you are all enjoying them with your hot cocoa and whipped cream.