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I Have Cocoa Powder And Coconut Milk. Any Good Brownie Recipes?


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#1 munchkinette

 
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Posted 30 July 2011 - 11:18 AM

I am not great at making up recipes and substituting, but I have the ingredients for brownies. Does anyone have a recipe that uses cocoa powder and coconut milk? I DO NOT have actual chocolate in the house. I have the standard staples for gluten-free baking, like gluten-free flour and xanthan gum.
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Posted 30 July 2011 - 02:05 PM

I am not great at making up recipes and substituting, but I have the ingredients for brownies. Does anyone have a recipe that uses cocoa powder and coconut milk? I DO NOT have actual chocolate in the house. I have the standard staples for gluten-free baking, like gluten-free flour and xanthan gum.

Well, I've been looking at this recipe that calls for cocoa powder (but not coconut milk) but I haven't tried it yet. The pictures look great. If you end up trying it, it'd be great to hear a report. :)

MaidInAlaska Brownies

Well, I tried the MaidInAlaska Brownie recipe tonight and it is really good. Too good! :blink: Even the raw batter tasted good.

I altered a few things because of what I had onhand and to taste:
- canola oil instead of olive oil
- 1 cup of each sugar instead of 1 1/4 c. of each (it came out sweet enough)
- BRM sorghum flour instead of the Authentic Foods brand
- Added 1/2 tsp. instant coffee (I'd heard it brings out the chocolate flavor).

Also lined the pan with parchment paper so it'd be easier to clean.
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Posted 30 July 2011 - 02:15 PM

Sorry to say this but true brownies do not contain milk! The liquid comes from eggs and melted butter (or other shortening). Are you interested in brownie recipes anyway or would you like chocolate cake recipes that use coconut milk?

The following are amongst two of my favourite gluten-free brownie recipes:
http://glutenfreegod...e-brownies.html
http://www.chow.com/...n-free-brownies

Luckily brownies, cakes, cookies and quick breads are very easy to make gluten-free with just simple substitutions of gluten-free flour blends. Usually I take my favourite recipe and just make it gluten-free. Good luck! :)
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Posted 30 July 2011 - 07:40 PM

Sorry to say this but true brownies do not contain milk! The liquid comes from eggs and melted butter (or other shortening). Are you interested in brownie recipes anyway or would you like chocolate cake recipes that use coconut milk?

The following are amongst two of my favourite gluten-free brownie recipes:
http://glutenfreegod...e-brownies.html
http://www.chow.com/...n-free-brownies

Luckily brownies, cakes, cookies and quick breads are very easy to make gluten-free with just simple substitutions of gluten-free flour blends. Usually I take my favourite recipe and just make it gluten-free. Good luck! :)

What would be a good thing to sub for the oat flour on that second one?
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