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I found this terrific brownie recipe on the website mightyfoods.com. Not only does it use whole wheat flour, but it calls for brown rice syrup in place of refined sugar. I've been experimenting with whole wheat brownie recipes, and so far this is my favorite. Resist the temptation to eat them right out of the oven-- both the texture and the taste are soooo much better after they've cooled/been refrigerated. If you can't find brown rice syrup in your grocery store, try the local health food store. They almost always carry it. Also, I've found that when cooking with whole wheat flour brand name counts. I prefer King Arthur Flour, but any good quality fresh flour will do. If you don't want to use straight whole wheat, go for whole wheat pastry flour or white whole wheat.
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (45 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 9
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brown rice syrup