Remember the struggle is real, but your “reality” may not be.
The very first recipe in the Tasty Dessert cookbook is for brownies 100 ways. I won’t give you the recipe but I will tell you we chose two “mix-ins”, macadamia nuts and Nutella. Yum!
I substituted gluten free all purpose flour that I picked up at Costco, if you can’t get it at Costco you can find it here, Namaste Perfect Flour Blend. It’s the best I’ve ever used! It claimed to be 1-to-1 substitutes for regular all purpose flour and that’s exactly what I did. They baked up exactly like traditional brownies and the taste was absolutely the same! Actually this brownie was better then any brownie I’ve had recently!!!
The first recipe in the Tasty Dessert cookbook (Purchase here) is Brownies 100 ways. This recipe is easy to follow and straight forward.
As I am needing to be as free from gluten as I can be to help my autoimmune conditions calm down, I substituted gluten free all purpose flour. I’m not strictly GF although I probably should be. Eating GF is new to me, again.
I took a break from it for so long. To expensive, the only one out of four who needs it, learning to cook and bake this way all over again will hopefully be worth it.
Although this recipe calls for regular all purpose flour, I substituted one-for-one GF flour that I purchased today at Costco. I cannot wait to try them and let you know how they are.
We followed the recipe and picked to “mix-ins”. I usually never follow the recipe to a T but today I did just for accurate results.
They have about 30 more minutes of baking time and 2 hours to cool. So check back later for the results and a list of the products I used and where you can purchase them affordably.
Today was a beautiful 60 degree day and our state parks and wildlife areas are open, so we decided that a little out door social distancing was in need. We took trip to see the bison and to do some walking and fishing. Photography is such a great way to heal. Being in nature is my peace.