5 from 1 vote Print Dark Cherry Espresso Brownies Prep Time 15 mins Cook Time 25 mins Total Time 40 mins Course: Dessert Cuisine: American Servings: 1 9×13 Pan Calories: 4964 kcal Author: AndreAnna McLean Ingredients Coconut oil for greasing the pan 10 ounces frozen dark cherries ½ cup honey 1 tablespoon vanilla extract […]
Written by Ricki Heller
Written by Hallie Klecker
As you can imagine, I get lots of emails from people asking me how to make something gluten free or for advice on converting old favorites to gluten free. What you probably didn’t imagine is that I also get a lot of emails asking me if a recipe of mine can be converted to non-gluten-free. Sometimes the writer is hesitant to ask in fear of offending me. I am never offended. Quite the contrary, I am flattered.
I love my women friends. There is something so special about getting together with a bunch of friendly females to eat, talk, and laugh. The other night a group of gal pals and I gathered at a friend’s house to do just that- eat, talk and laugh.
Bringing dessert into a female fray is tricky. There are diets to consider. But then again, a celebration of friendship deserves something a bit decadent, does it not?
What flavor do you crave when you have a really strong, compelling, almost insatiable food craving? Is it salty, sweet, chocolaty?
For me it is all three. Chocolate cashew clusters, gluten free pretzels dipped in dark chocolate and yes, even chocolate covered potato chips.
That is why I love this super simple brownie recipe so much; it combines all my fav craving flavors in one luscious, moist, decadent treat.
And when I say super simple, I mean it. Just toss some ingredients into a food processor, give it a blitz, top with salty peanuts and in about 20 minutes you have a treat to cure your cravings!
To cut back on the refined sugar in these brownies, I used