Is this yet another gluten-free brownies recipe on the Internet? Yes, yes it is. But differently from all the other recipes already online, for this one you can choose the flour to use, just whatever you can find in the cupboard.
Among the gluten-free desserts, chocolate brownies are very easy to prepare and are ideal both for breakfast or at the end of a meal as a dessert, but also perfect as easy gluten-free cake for special occasions. Here’s some tips to make these super fudge and chewy gluten-free brownies.
Gluten-free Flours you can use instead of chestnut flour
In the ingredients of my gluten-free brownies you will find chestnut flour. This particular flour gives a specific taste to the recipe, very fall-ish. But you can replace it with almost every flour: rice flour, almond flour, buckwheat flour, potato starch, cassava flour. The only one I would not suggest is coconut flour, as it would make the brownie become crumbly.
How to make gluten free dairy free brownies
There’s some butter in this recipe. You can still replace it successfully for a dairy-free brownies option. My favorite way to replace butter in GF recipes is to substitute one for one with nut butter (hazelnut butter is a good choice to achieve a Nutella kind of taste).
In love with this brownies recipe? See the other gluten-free chocolate-loaded recipes you can find in the blog!
If you are looking for a fudge chocolate cake, take a look at this recipe: CLICK HERE . It’s the perfect moist and decadent chocolate cake everyone will love.
Or, you could also try my “kinder bueno” chocolate cups: a filling of white chocolate and hazelnut butter tasting exactly like the real snack. For the recipe, CLICK HERE.