How to make gluten-free brownies
People with gluten intolerance often have problems when trying to find traditional or homemade recipes that they can safely enjoy. Many of the foods we eat contain gluten and this means that people with coeliac disease should take special care when choosing what to eat and what not, following a strict coeliac diet.
At OneHowTo we have a special recipe to show you how to make gluten-free brownies so that everyone can enjoy this delicious dish without worrying about gluten.
The first step to making gluten-free brownies is to melt the butter with the chocolate in a saucepan over a low heat. You can also do this step by using a microwave, by mixing the two ingredients in a container and microwaving for 1 to 2 minutes depending on the power of your appliance.
Then, pour the eggs and sugar into a bowl and beat well until the mixture has a frothy, creamy texture. Next, add the melted chocolate that we made in the first step.
Then sift the flour and baking powder and add to the egg and chocolate mixture, stirring it all together with a spoon. Take the nuts and add them to the bowl; mix completely into a paste.
The next step is to put a little butter and flour into an oven proof tray and pour in the mixture we just made to start cooking our gluten-free brownies. We recommend a square-shaped tray to make this delicious dessert in its traditional shape.
The oven must be preheated to 375F (180 ° C). Once it's hot, place the tray of gluten-free brownie mixture inside and let it bake for 15 to 20 minutes, depending on how you like this dessert: if you prefer your brownies a little gooey, leave them in for less time, if you like them dry, leave them for longer. You can check how well cooked the mixture is by poking with a wooden cocktail stick.
The final touch to making your gluten-free brownies is to cut the mixture into the classic square shapes - however, you should let it cool before doing so. When you have sliced the brownies, add some raspberries to garnish your dessert and enjoy this delicious recipe that everyone will enjoy.
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