Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Brownies

Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Brownies created by Elanas Pantry

This is my older son’s favorite treat. Whenever I ask him what he would like me to bake for him, he says, “brownies.” He loves packing these higher-protein treats in his lunch for dessert. http://www.elanaspantry.com/desserts/brownies/

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  • In a large bowl, blend almond butter until smooth with a hand blender.
  • Blend in eggs, then blend in agave and vanilla.
  • Blend in cocoa, salt and baking soda, then fold in chocolate chips.
  • Grease a 9 x 13 pyrex baking dish.
  • Pour batter into dish.
  • Bake at 325° for 35-40 minutes.
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"This is my older son’s favorite treat. Whenever I ask him what he would like me to bake for him, he says, “brownies.” He loves packing these higher-protein treats in his lunch for dessert. http://www.elanaspantry.com/desserts/brownies/"

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  1. angela93
    I LOVE this recipe. It is the best gluten free and dairy free brownie recipe out there imo. And I have tried quite a few :) For my recipe I made my own nut butter with 12 oz. of hazelnuts heated on low heat on the stove for a few minutes to release the oils then processed in the food processor till they start to look like a nut butter. And instead of agave I used one cup of dark honey. These are my go to when I NEED something with chocolate. Also I think dairy free needs to be added in the title. It would help all those searching for gluten free and dairy free treats :)
  2. jhensely1
    Abolutely delicious! I made these brownies yesterday and brought them to a get together. Everybody loved them. I did not modify the recipe at all. Very tasty! I did notice when I originally viewed the recipe that it did not mention how much almond butter to use. It requires a 16 oz jar. Enjoy!
  3. rbitg
    Very good and better the 2nd day. I made them for my mother who needs extra calories and she likes them. I gave one to the aide on duty and she liked it too. It was hard to imagine that the gooey batter would rise, but it did. My teen daughter likes them too, so it will be one I make again. I think I'll use xylitol next time since what I've read says that agave nectar isn't that good for you. Thanks!
  4. Chief cook and bott
    First to answer the others who wrote about this recipe, if you go to the Elana's Pantry website you'll find the correct amounts of ingredients. These brownies taste great, have no flour, have a good soft brownie texture and you don't feel like you are giving up anything to eat more healthfully. They rise in the oven (I was amazed) and look like a normal brownie. The only reason I give them 4 stars instead of 5 is because the agave nectar and almond butter are a bit pricey. I guess that's good though because they will be a special treat every once in a while instead of an every day thing. I appreciate that there's a good gluten-free recipe out there and I don't have to do trial and error to figure it out myself.
  5. Chief cook and bott
    First to answer the others who wrote about this recipe, if you go to the Elana's Pantry website you'll find the correct amounts of ingredients. These brownies taste great, have no flour, have a good soft brownie texture and you don't feel like you are giving up anything to eat more healthfully. They rise in the oven (I was amazed) and look like a normal brownie. The only reason I give them 4 stars instead of 5 is because the agave nectar and almond butter are a bit pricey. I guess that's good though because they will be a special treat every once in a while instead of an every day thing. I appreciate that there's a good gluten-free recipe out there and I don't have to do trial and error to figure it out myself.
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