I just returned from visiting relatives in Logan, Utah and had a great time. The weather was sizzling, it was wonderful seeing all the relatives, but one of the highlights of the trip was enjoying my sister-in-law's Gluten Free Brownies. I don't know who originated the original idea, but it is an idea worth sharing. Simple, delicious and perfect alone or with a scoop of ice cream. Use a Betty Crocker Gluten Free Brownie Mix or Regular Mix if you don't need the GF for your family. Take one regular (1lb) sized can of unseasoned black beans, undrained and process in food processor (liquid and all) until blended, work in the brownie mix until well blended with your mixer. Do not add any other ingredients, like the oil and eggs. You don't need them. If you want nuts or other goodies, add as you desire. Bake at 350 degrees for 35 to 45 minutes. The brownies will be fudgy, but they are addicting. It is sort of like a Molten Lava Cake, Brownie meets Fudge.
Author:Brandi Rademacher Phone: 253-224-6663 Dated: August 13th 2012 Views: 2,070 About Brandi: Brandi Rademacher with RE/MAX Realty South is the Professional Realtor who other Realtors come to fo...
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