I predict my husband and I will *magically* make them dissapear in the next two hours. I’m so glad you liked them! I used cacao powder instead of cocoa. Great texture. Beat in the eggs, one at a time, mixing well after each addition. Can it be omitted? I’m a fan — even if I’m not gluten-free, although I suppose my posts this week have been leaning that way. I am very happy you are enjoying my recipe and thanks to everyone for posting a review!!! Threw my batch in the trash. Super yumm. Cut into 12 bars. Grease and flour a 9x13-inch baking pan. Hope you’re having a wonderful week! I have been looking to parrot a ‘breakfast brownie’ I had earlier this summer.

I am no stranger to baking but maybe I’m missing something here. Can I use gerber baby cereal oatmeal? My name is Joscelyn and I love to share recipes that are healthy and delicious. Beat in the eggs, one at a time, mixing well after each addition. You only need a half recipe of cookie dough. They still taste great, but not sure why I’m getting an air pocket. Also used 1/2 white sugar and 1/2 coconut sugar. However, have made them twice now, exactly according to the recipe (no substitutions) and have ended up with an air pocket between the top layer and the rest, so when you cut them the top layer crumbles.

Maybe someone out there would consider oatmeal to be a strange ingredient, but I certainly don’t. You sure could try coconut oil or better yet coconut butter! Thanks for sharing, Ana! Welcome back to brownieland! The batter will be rather stiff. That way I can enjoy the flavor of the oatmeal.... YUMMMM E. Hi Evie! Let me know what you end up trying, and how it works. Came out fantastic. Highly recommend – thanks for the recipe!!! Again, I’m really sorry you didn’t enjoy these.

I only ask because I have so much at the moment and the baby won’t eat it! Mainstream oat products (e.g., Quaker, McCann’s, Country Choice) contain gluten. I’m happy to report, it worked wonderfully! Raving reviews from friends. How much oil do i USE If substitute butter with oil? I think the change in sugar is a huge factor here — palm sugar acts pretty differently than white sugar, and reducing by 25% is significant! Amount is based on available nutrient data. I use earth balance for all my baking sub for equal amounts and I’ve never had any issues! They only thing different I do is use a double boiler for the melted butter, sugar and cocoa. , Filed Under: All Recipes Tagged With: Bars, brownies, Chocolate, Coconut oil, Dairy Free, Easy, Egg Free, eggless, food photography, food styling, fudgy, Healthy, naturally sweetened, one bowl, Refined Sugar Free, Vegan. Preheat oven to 350 and butter an 8 x 8 pan. Not sure, but just trying to think of everything that could’ve went wrong for you. But the edges were perfect! Hey Mary – thanks for sharing! I dont have baking soda, i have baking powder. this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines. I tried them today and they are sooo yummy. I tested these half a dozen times at least, trying different flours, sugars, etc. I have substituted a significant portion (over half) of the butter in choc muffin or cupcake recipes with ripe avocado. I added chocolate chips and coconut. Sounds delicious, Bob! They are definelty my favorite recipe! just that it wasnt an fudgy as yours.

★☆ Even though in the recipe I say to add your choice of ingredients... (choc chips, nuts, raisins, toffee bits, etc.) Thanks for pointing that out. I think leaving out the yolks (and therefore the fat) would drastically alter the texture of the brownies. ….now I have a wish because the texture of these brownies is just perfect. Mix well to moisten all ingredients, and spread into the prepared baking pan. All in all, excellent recipe. Had the same oil pooling problem as another bake.

Is it supposed to be 1-1/2 cups according to the list of ingredients, or 1-1/3 cups according to the directions?

I use rolled oats not instant. Preheat oven to 350ºF. Thank you!

Thia sounds super! Set aside. Oat flour… Fantastic recipe, simple yet delightfully moorish.

Glad you enjoyed the brownies! I made these and followed the recipe. Maybe not a bull’s eye but close.

They actually worked quite well with coconut sugar though, the only problem being they were a bit more cakey than I like, so I just needed to watch them in the oven and take them out as soon as they were done…you don’t want to over bake these. Have fun! Stir in the chocolate chips (if you want them fully intact, let the mixture cool 10 minutes before doing this step). Tag @thekitchenpaper on Instagram and hashtag it #thekitchenpaper, Filed Under: Cakes Tagged With: Brownies, chocolate, dessert, Gluten Free, oat flour, oatmeal.

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Preheat the oven to 350 F, and lightly grease an 8×8″ pan. Can you use a sugar sub like stevia? So good it makes you want to say it with your mouth full! Preheat oven to 350 and butter an 8 x 8 pan. I’m so glad you liked it — and I love your addition of peanut butter!! What a yummy idea! How do I make espresso powder? xoxo, HI, I love these brownies! This was a little too fragile/crumbly for me. I actually just added some ginger powder and semisweet chocolate chips. In a saucepan over medium-low heat, melt the butter. But switching up your side dishes can bring a refreshing change to a classic comfort food dish. I’ve fixed the recipe instructions to be more clear!

Add the cocoa to the melted butter and mix well.

Wow, that sounds like a great substitution! Recipe doesn't work with all brown sugar though. And also coconut oil . The butter/sugar will never be 100% smooth — nor should it be — but I’m curious: what type of sugar did you use? People didn’t realise they were gluten free!yumyy!

Stir in the vanilla extract until well mixed, and mix in salt, baking soda, baking powder, flour, rolled oats, plus chocolate chips, raisins, and chopped nuts if desired.


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