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Allergy Friendly Chocolate Brownies



16 portion(s)

Brownie Mix

  • 3 tablespoon chia seeds
  • 9 tablespoon water
  • 150 g Copha
  • 250 g raw sugar
  • 80 g 100% Chocolate Cocoa, Woolworths Homebrand is great!
  • 5-10 g vanilla extract/paste
  • 70 g plain flour, use gluten free if needed.

Recipe's preparation

  1. -Pre heat oven to 160 degrees. 

    -Mill the chia seeds 30 seconds/speed 10. Set aside in a bowl and add the water to the chia seeds.

    -Mix well and leave for 10 minutes. 

    -While the chia seeds are sitting for 10 minutes, grease, line and flour a square baking tin. Set aside. 

    -Add copha to the tm bowl and grate 8 seconds/speed 8.

    -Add sugar and cocoa to copha.

    -Melt 10 minutes/70 degrees/speed 3.

    -Add vanilla and chia seed mix (chia seed mix well be thick and slimy, like really thick egg whites).

    -Mix well for 20 seconds/Speed 4.

    -Gently turn dial up to speed 4 so that you don't have to scrape much from the sides.

    -Add flour and mix 40 seconds/Speed 4. Again go slowly up to speed 4.

    -Scrape sides.

    -Mix 10 seconds/Speed 3.

    -Pour mix into tin, bake for 20-35minutes depending on your oven. You'll know is ready when you can smell it and there is a slight crust on the top. Take it out of the oven when it has just set so you don't have dry brownies.

    -Let it cool in the tin and cut to your desired shape. I cut out baking paper with hearts and sprinkled icing sugar mixed with beetroot powder to give it a light pink heart.(To make icing sugar add around 50g of raw sugar and 1 teaspoon of beetroot powder to tm bowl, mill 10 seconds/speed 10.)I added mine to a little shaker to sprinkle over the cut outs.


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  • I'm really happy that you

    Submitted by jessh on 11. January 2015 - 21:20.

    I'm really happy that you enjoyed them! They could have been chewy for a number of reasons, but most likely that they needed a touch more cooking time or that the balance of the flour wasn't quite the same as what I used. GF flours are all so variable, they will produce different results.

    I hope they turn out even better the next time!

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  • I am so pleased to try this!

    Submitted by L plates on 13. September 2014 - 07:20.

    I am so pleased to try this! So many of my kids friends require 'no egg, no gluten and no dairy And nut free'- this has been challenging - thank you HEAPS for posting.

    found these to be quite chewy (GF flour may have made difference?)... Tasted better after a few days.

    still an excellent result considering the 'allergy free' outcome.

    I will definately make again! 

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