I was pleasantly surprised to see the cocaom which is why I remembered it.
That's my 2 cents worth!
The entire brownie is equal to one limit to my knowledge. I know Tia did that on purpose since some of us can't keep our hands off of it!!
Take care and enjoy,
I baked them the next time, and added some almonds...delish! I used half carob half cocoa, and it's amazing that it equals one limit.....oh my god, yum!
My two small loaf pans were in the oven at 350 for about 18 minutes until the toothpick came out clean.
These would be a food best eaten occasionally but they are not technically a limit so you could eat them on top of your usual limits as long as you didn't do so very often.
Wow, sounds yummy! SO thankful for this site. I'm actually able to ENJOY food instead of feeling unsatisfied all the time. Thanks!
Do you know what the exact measurements would be for the Yacon and the Stevia substitutions for vegetable glycerine in this recipe? Also, if we can't use sunflower seeds can I make an even swap for almond flour (1/2 cup)? I would like to try this but am not good at 'guessing' with ingredients and hate throwing things out because they bomb!
Also, I need to invest in some new bakeware (loaf pans, cake pans)...any types that you recommend for us candida folks (i.e. glass or a specific brand/type if metal)?
Happy Tuesday all!
I make this recipe all the time. I use 1/2 tsp pure stevia (Kal brand) and no vegetable glycerin to sweeten these. You could also add some peppermint extract. These are awesome!
How telling that there are three pages of comments on this post!
Sorry I didn't see your question.
I would try the substitutions by taste but likely you'll need yacon sweetened a bit extra with stevia to replace the glycerine.
Yum I want a huge piece of this now!
Ah ha! I've been looking for this one!
And if you do a search on 'brownies' in the upper right corner you'll pull up some more tips for ways to serve these yummies!
Yep, it's a dark, rainy day just begging for brownies!
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