Friday, August 5, 2011

Oil-Free Vegan Gluten Free Fudgy Brownie Recipe....

Oooooo The Fudgy Goodness
Oil-Free Vegan Gluten Free Fudgy Brownie



Okay.....I am being a FOOD TEASE!!!

Why do I say I am being a food tease?

Okay, just don't get mad......  I did not write the recipe down for these brownies!!!!


WHY?  Why in the world would I not write the recipe down?

I have no idea, I just thought I was going to whip up a delicious vegan, gluten free brownie recipe for my family for Sunday dessert.  I wasn't expecting much out of these brownies except....A GREAT CHOCOLATE FIX!  Well, much to my surpise my creation consisting of......a little bit of this......... a dash of that.......... and a dump of this turned out to be a delicious, fudgy vegan gluten free brownie with no oil to boot!

Here is where my loyal readers come in......

Who wants the recipe?  Anyone?

If you want me to recreate this delicious brownie recipe and post it here, comment and let me know that you want the recipe.

If I receive 10 comments and 10 new blog followers by Aug. 15th I will get to work recreating this amazing brownie recipe!


Ready.....Set.....Post your comments!


I Tested this recipe on Saturday night and Sunday, on Sunday night I finally got the recipe exactly the way I wanted it.
Thank you so much for your participation and your support!
Here is the recipe.......
Vegan Gluten Free Fudgy Brownie Recipe

I took a photo of the final recipe, my husband said this was the absolute BEST of the three brownie recipes I created so I think you will enjoy it.  I must warn you, this is a FUDGY brownie so if you are a fan of cakey brownies this probably isn't the best recipe for you.  However I do have a recipe just for those who like cakey brownies so I haven't left you out.  Click Here: Gluten Free Cakey Brownie Recipe

Fudgy Gluten Free Vegan Brownies


DELICIOUS! Perfect fudgy brownies.

***Note:  You can certainly leave out the chocolate chips to lower the fat content if desired.

***For those of you who are not gluten free:  You can use oat flour or regular whole wheat pastry flour in these brownies and they should turn out delicious!


*** Very Important:  Brownies will be VERY fudgy when they come out of the oven. They will firm up as they cool. If you don't mind the doughy, fudgy consistency you can serve them hot, but if you want them to firm up you will need to let them cool off before serving.

 
Thank you so much for your participation, I hope you enjoy the brownies!!!
 
The Chef,
 
Tandi

17 comments:

Carrie (Carrie on Vegan) said...

Yes yes yes, I want that recipe! :)

Gerbers said...

I want that recipe!

Lee said...

Me!! I want it please.

leafynotbeefy said...

What kind of question is that???!! YES!!!! :) :) :)

Troy & Emily said...

PLEASE PRETTY PLEASE!!!

LeShel said...

yum! yes please

Karrie said...

Is there anyone out there that wouldn't want that one? :)

Ashley Smith said...

Yes please!

Arizona Girls said...

I'd be willing to try it! Specially since it is a healthy chocolate fix! =)

My mom is positive chocolate makes everything better haha


Stopped by from voiceBoks Members to Remember and will be a new follower for the recipe haha

Arizona Girls blog

Spilled Milkshake said...

I want the recipe! I'm a new follower and stopping by from voiceBoks Members to Remember! I'll definitely be back for my chocolate fix!!

Christina
Spilled Milkshake

leafynotbeefy said...

Yay! Thanks for posting the recipe! :) I think I'm going to try it sometime soon...though I'm not gluten-free, so I don't have a lot of the flours. I can make brown rice flour in my VitaMix and use oat flour... and I don't have brown rice syrup, so I may try to sub in stevia baking blend.. if it turns out yucky, it'll be because I totally changed it, but I hope it works :)

Tandi said...

leafynotbeefy- Oat flour is a perfect sub for the gluten free flours so that should work fine. The brown rice syrup is used to create that fudginess with the crispy top so if you substitute that you may not get the results you want. Maple syrup may work but may be a little too runny.

Becky Jane said...

I've done that several times...created a meal from a little of this and that, not written it down, and everyone loved it!

Visiting from voiceBoks
Thanks, Becky Jane
http://riseaboveyourlimits.blogspot.com/

Mommy LaDy Club said...

Aah, I'm late! Thank you for the recipe. I tend to just throw together things too, and never go off of exact recipes. It's fun that way! Baking is a little different though;)
Stopping in from vB to say hello:)
Courtney
http://www.mommyladyclub.com

dreamachine said...

I'm totally making those! I love vegan anything and this looks amazing! You're so talented! Stopping by from VB!

Mrs. No-No said...

Tandi - are you kidding me with fudgy, chocolately, VEGAN brownies?!!??! I bought brown rice syrup, but haven't used it yet...maybe this will be the recipe that I use to crack that bottle open!!! However, what is the shoghorum (sp?) flour? I haven't heard of that before... Do you buy that at a health food store? Or can you pick it up at the regular grocery?
Now following you - can't wait for more recipes and ideas!
Visiting from VB - have a great week!
Carla
http://www.mrsnonoknows.blogspot.com

Tandi said...

Carla- The brownies can easily be made with oat flour or regular whole wheat pastry flour if you don't need to be gluten free. If you do, sorghum flour can be found at health food stores like whole foods.