If you’re anything like me and you don’t reeeally love baking because:
A) You hate cleaning up
B) You are sugar-free
C) It’s boring.
Then this is the brownie for you.
I wish I could be more like Betty Homemaker / a normal woman, but I just don’t really find it that fun.
However I’ve made this a few times because it’s so easy. Better yet, people don’t actually believe it’s sugar free (that’s how amazing it is).
The below is an adapted recipe from David Gillespie’s Sweet Poison book:
150g butter, Softened
1 Cup Dextrose (I added more to make it sweeter)
2/3 Cup Organic Cocoa
1 Cup Self-raising flour
1/2 Cup mixed buts (hazelnuts/almonds)
2 Tablespoons of Chia Seeds (soak in water first, then add to mixture – see method here.)
1/2 Cup roughly chopped 80% cocoa chocolate (not fully sugar free – but adds nice texture)
Preheat oven to 180
Grease small baking tray
Cream butter and Dextrose
Stir together cocoa, flour, nuts and chocolate and fold into butter mixture. Don’t mix too much and add extra butter if too dry.
Spoon into tray (should be thick consistency – not runny)
Bake for 10-12minutes or until cooked.
I don’t like toppings, but feel free to add whipped cream and fresh berries.
If i took amazing food-photos then I’d post a picture, but the iPhone really isn’t cutting it.