Triple Chocolate Gluten Free Brownies

I came across this recipe while watching The Food Network a couple of weeks ago. It does take a bit of time to bake, so it’s perfect for the weekend! It wasn’t originally gluten free, but I substituted the normal flour with gluten free and they turned out delicious, chewy, rich, and I promise you won’t taste that ‘gluten free’ after taste!

He makes these brownies in a variety of ways including Peanut Butter, Mocha and White Chocolate. (I promise I’ll make and post all of these in the future!) But for now, you’re *stuck* with my triple chocolate brownies.

What you’ll need:

– 1 cup butter (softened)

– 8 ounces (I used 2 packages of Lindt 70% cocao)

– 2 cups brown sugar

– 1 tbsp vanilla extract

– 1 cup gluten free flour

– 1/2 cocao powder

– 1 tsp baking powder

– A little bit of salt

– 4 eggs

– 1 cup chocolate chips

First, in a small bowl (or a mixer!), whisk together the flour, cocao powder, baking powder and salt and place to the side.


Next, in a double boiler (so the chocolate doesn’t burn – DO NOT melt chocolate in microwave!) melt chocolate and butter.




Once thoroughly mixed, add vanilla and brown sugar and mix until blended. Once mixed, take the bowl off of the boiling water and place to the side to cool slightly.



In another separate bowl, lightly whisk eggs.


Finally, add the warm chocolate mix to the dry ingredients and start to mix. I used my Kitchen Aid mixer, but you can do this by hand or with a hand held mixer! Finally, add the eggs.




Place the brownie mix in a lightly greased pan and bake at 350 for 20 minutes!







– Jill

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