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Anyone Have A Good Gluten Free Casein Free Chocolate Anything Recipe?

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I know there is Enjoy Life Brand chocolate chips that are Dairy free soy and gluten free but I am not sure how to incorporate that into a mix for chocolate chips or a cake. I also heard that the chips do not melt like regular choc chips but they do taste just like regular chocolate chips.

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Namaste brand is allergen free...they have brownies, cakes, flour blends...cookies...and VERY VERY good! I made a chocolate cake for a coworker's birthday two weeks ago and EVERYONE loved it. The brownies are SO good and even better when you add pnut butter or bake them a minute or two under the time listed on the back of the bag.

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When we are in need of a chocolate fix, I throw a handful or two of Enjoy Life chocolate chips into Namaste brownie batter. That makes the most awesome brownies!

I have never had a problem with Enjoy Life chocolate chips melting. In fact, I buy them to make my daughter candy all the time. I melt them and put the melted chocolate into candy molds, let 'em set and pop them out. They are great.

Michelle

Western Washington State

Gluten, corn, dairy, soy, MSG & "many more" things-free family

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Although Elana's Chocolate Chip Cookies aren't bad, her Chocolate Chip Brownies are to die for! And they are not only gluten free casein free, but totally grain free!!

http://www.elanaspantry.com/brownies/

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the chocolate I usually do (Gluten-free Casein-free) is:

straight up chocolate bars (dark, of course, and *good* quality, NOT Hershey's)

hot chocolate (cocoa powder, milk sub, agave/honey/sugar, vanilla)

chocolate chip banana muffins (I use Tropical Source chocolate chips, myself)

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I was going to suggest Elana's Pantry too, but it looks like nasalady already has it covered! Elana's Pantry is my favorite for grain-free/casein free/soy free recipes. They are really simple to make too! Hope you can find one you like! :)

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