The Different Types of Oatmeal. There are four main types of oatmeal: steel cut, rolled, quick-cooking and instant. Regardless of how you eat it, oatmeal is a whole grain harvested out of a hard-outer casing called a hull. Once oats are removed from the hull, the whole grain oats are called groats. Groats can be consumed as is Wonderful recipe! Unfortunately however, my ganache wasn’t thick and creamy like yours. I followed the recipe exactly so don’t know why it was so thin and runny. I even, as you suggested, added extra icing sugar ( and plenty of it). Could it be that I didn’t let the mixture cool for long enough before adding the icing sugar? Or does it need to be intensely beaten to achieve the right consistency?I soaked Medjool dates and removes the pits myself, and used a quick 5 minute hot water soak. I followed the technique exactly as stated. I pat it into a greased 8×8-inch square pan and couldn’t wait for it to chill, so I cut a corner. The brownie is chewy, fudgy, and intensely earthy-sweet. It hit the spot and the almonds lingered on the finish.
Made These Today for a Family Gathering! Super moist and chewy and delicious, thank you for this amazing recipe!! Chocolate ganache. In a heatproof bowl set over a pan of barely simmering water (bottom of bowl should not touch water), occasionally stir 6 ounces chopped bittersweet or semisweet chocolate, 2 tablespoons whipping cream, 1 tablespoon corn syrup, and 1 tablespoon butter until chocolate is melted and mixture is smooth ha! Two of a kind your son and my John. Thanks for saying hi! We’re both from around the Wichita area. You? First, mix butter and sugars with an electric mixer until well combined. Next mix in 2 TBSP of milk (reserve the rest) and vanilla, mix until well combined. Then add in baking soda, salt, flour, oats, chocolate chips and sprinkles, stirring until well combined. Mixture may be very thick and additional milk can be added if desired You can bake the braid in a loaf pan or on a baking sheet without it. Line the baking sheet with parchment paper and place the bread on it or in a prepared pan. Now let the dough rise again for about 1 hour. The dough should take up volume. Coat the dough with Aquafaba and bake the braid for 30 min. Now coat the hot yeast braid with Aquafaba again
Mayba Agave nectar or Maple Sirup, but the dates are moist. I think it could change the consistency of the recipe with something else…Hmm, that’s a toughie as it’s kind of central to the recipe. But you could try subbing something like a mixture of coconut flour, hemp seeds, and flax seeds? Go easy on the flax as it can get a little wood-y tasting. Let us know if you give it a try!Hi! I’ve tried making raw brownies with dates in the past, and although the results have been edible, I can’t taste the chocolate! It just tastes like blended up dates, no chocolate flavor, and I get so confused when people leave comments on how chocolatey and fudgey their brownies get! Do you know what I could be doing wrong? I’d love to make this recipe, but I want to make sure I can get it right after all of my previous failed attempts, so that I can truly enjoy some nice raw brownies! If I want to eat something that tastes like a bunch of dates, I’ll eat a bunch of dates and not bother with the blending and the rest of the ingredients :P
Great recipe Dana! And this is only one of the reasons why you get so many comments . The other is your very personal inside you gift to your page visitors ??? It is now 2 years further down the road and I hope that you two are still happy. Keep going !This is amazing! I made it today to serve for Easter and it will be a huge hit! Had to stop myself from eating all the frosting!Amazingly satisfying and delicious! Best brownie recipe ever! I could not imagine it was made purely from all healthy ingredients! Thank you so much for sharing! Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Grease a baking sheet. In a large bowl, cream together sugar and butter. Beat in egg to mixture. Mix in peanut butter and vanilla until smooth and creamy
These look wonderful! I made raw/vegan/paleo chocolate truffles a similar way and loved them. Even my “non healthy eating” family lives them! Such a great idea :) -saraI also added 1/4 tsp vanilla extract. I loved it and would make the base again (I’m a no-frosting type of brownie person) and again. Thank you for sharing.My wife and I tried this today and it came out amazing. We adjusted the recipe a bit to only have 8 ingredients though.I wanted to leave a good rating because ultimately the brownies I whipped up were tasty… But I too had a problem with the ganache separating. It may have been an issue with the chocolate I used. I made my own chocolate from a kit so I know it was 100% vegan. The cup of chocolate mixed well into the warm almond milk. I let it rest as suggested. But when I added the coconut oil the whole mixture separated becoming oily and lumpy. No amount of powdered sugar could have saved it. (the coconut oil was room temperature) I discarded and remade the chocolate, remixed with almond milk, and this is what I used for a “ganache” which of course it’s not. It’s less of a light fluffy ganache and more of a “frosting”. If you have any suggestions I’d love to try again. I don’t get all the alternative chocolate options in my area so perhaps I’ll have to either experiment or come to accept frosting in place of a ganache.
I made these the other night as part of my boyfriend’s and my attempt to get back to whole foods in the new year. They’re definitely not your typical brownie, but they are reminiscent of those Little Debbie brownies, which brings up all kinds of nostalgia for childhood. They’re thick, fudgy, and rich, and the chocolate ganache is a must! I added fresh raspberries to mine, and it was a perfect dessert without all the refined sugar. 3 Vegan No Bake Desserts - Oreo Cheesecake Bars, Peanut Butter Cup Bars, No Bake Coconut Swiss Rolls - Easy. Two out of three are gluten free but you could easily make all of these gluten free
wait, what I meant by ‘I had no great expectations’ is that I wasn’t sure about it only because chocolate is my number #1 go to. But from your site, I automatically thought it would be good because the pictures are beautiful!!Best no-bake brownie ever! I was a little short on dates so added a little coconut oil to keep the it together. Super rich and delicious.I’m a LOVE cashews and have used them in lots of raw dishes. I have never heard they couldn’t be consumed raw. Depending upon how you are using them – it’s a good idea to soak them for 1-2 hrs for the body to digest them better. German Apple Cake (Versunkener Apfelkuchen) is a traditional German dessert that is so easy to make even if you aren't totally kitchen confident! With a simple batter that rises up and bakes around the apples this easy apple coffee cake is the perfect everyday dessert that tastes best with a dollop of whipped cream on top
I made these and I’m so insanely impressed by how they turned out! They actually taste like real, fudgy, delicious brownies. My two year old, 10 year old, and my husband (who is not a huge chocolate fan like the rest of us) all absolutely loved them! I can’t wait to try some of your other recipes!Sure. Pineapple is so popular and common in carrot cake. You could try dried apricots in here. I think that would be delicious. But, it will be more assertive.Hmm interesting. In future, try adding the dates bit by bit to allow your processor to mix them in and break them apart better! Hope that helps!Didn’t have cacao nibs so skipped and brownies still turned out excellent. The ganache was so easy to make and tastes AMAZING. Loved these and also loved the protein bonus they come with; thanks for the fantastic recipe!I loved your post & everything about it. I loved this brownie recipe even more. My daughter is highly allergic to all things dairy, lactose or eggs. Which makes me sad because she’s missing out on so many good things. It makes baking especially tricky & this recipe is perfect for her. She can finally experience chocolate, & even better, yummy chocolate brownies!!!
This Raw Chocolate Caramel Pecan Cake by Emily von Euw features a pecan and date cake with a coconut-oil date caramel and a topping made of pecans, cinnamon, and nutmeg. 6. Raw Carrot Cake With. Thanks so much for the lovely review and for sharing your modifications, Nina. We are so glad you enjoyed these! Next time, would you mind leaving a rating with your review? It’s super helpful for us and other readers. Thanks so much! xo *To keep raw heat at a lower temperature for a longer time* Place of all remaining filling ingredients into the bowl and blend for 1-2 minutes, speed 9. Scrape down sides of bowl and blend for an additional 10 seconds. Pour mixture over the base, smoothing the top by tapping the tin on the bench top. Return to fridge to set for 2 hours, or.
Join 100,000 others and receive my best baking tips via email. Today I'm sharing a Coffee Break post, which is a life update. If you're a regular Sally's Baking Addiction reader, join the conversation! We're chatting about our happy news, an update on my dog Jude, my recent recipe video shoot, the SBA team, Sally's Baking Challenge, and more I made this for a game night snack with non-vegan loving people, and they loved it! I also ate the mixture right out of the food processor like the ravenous chocolate-lover I am and it was just the best experience. Thanks for the yummy recipe!
. The frosting is good! Best brownies ever, can not stop eating PrintRaw Carrot CakeThis incredible raw carrot cake is vegan and gluten-free, and is moist and delicious. Serve this raw cake with cashew cream or ice cream.
I just made these because I wanted to use up the dates that I had in my fridge. I was honestly kind of skeptical of these raw brownies because I’m a big fan of baked goods, but they are very tasty! I think they would make a great treat to bring to a party or picnic. I only had 2 cups of dates and the mixture was definitely moist enough to pat into a pan. Very rich, you only need a tiny square! Another reason these would make a good shareable snack, as the recipe says! This also might make a good crust for a raw vegan cheesecake…hmmmmm :) One question though: what type of food processor do you have? The only thing that was troublesome while making this was the fact that the dates clogged up my food processor and it was difficult to mix. I ended up pouring it out into a bowl and feeding in small amounts of the mixture to get it well blended, and I had to do this process twice. My processor is definitely not top-notch, but I’m interested in getting a good one in the future.Those look great! One question – is it possibe to freeze them and will they taste as good after it? Thanks :)These were my adjustments (due to an almond sensitivity and a preference for pecans): – Pecans and pumpkin seeds instead of almonds and walnuts for the brownie ‘base’ and topping – hemp milk instead of almond milk for the ganache – homemade powdered turbinado sugar using a Vitamix for the ganache Pesto is easy to adapt to a raw food diet. Use fresh basil, cold-pressed oil (I like virgin coconut oil and cold-pressed flax oil), and nutritional yeast instead of cheese. You can add extra oil or a bit of water for a thinner sauce, or more nuts for a thicker pesto Thanks Heather and Jennifer. Yes, technically, a lot of nuts that are labelled “raw”, and they are not. They are just “not roasted”. Most commercially produced nuts have been steamed out of their shells. However, there are some companies that adhere to very high standards of production. They harvest and shell their cashews without heating the raw cashew nut, and split open the cashew shell by hand, leaving the cashew nut raw. The bud is left in tact, and can sprout and grow. These “truly raw” cashews are sublime. They are quite a bit sweeter, and healthier. But, are extremely expensive. Regardless, always soak your “raw” cashews for 2 hours with filtered water and a pinch of salt, and then rinse thoroughly to neutralize enzyme inhibitors, and unlock the full nutrient potential of the food. Read more in my post here: http://healthyblenderrecipes.com/info/soaking_grains_nuts_seeds There’s also a section on soaking with a soaking chart for every nut, seed, and grain in The Blender Girl cookbook.
A delicious and easy recipe. I made this minus the sugar in the ganache as I thought the base would be sweet enough and it sure was! Super delicious! And it’s now my go-to recipe for when I need something quick to treat friends!Same here i do not have any walnuts on hand and only cashew nuts. Do I use the same amount of cashew nuts as what stated in the recipe for the walnuts? So gonna make this tomorrow! Can I change the frosting to chocolate avocado frosting?Hi Sally! You should be able to sweeten with any of those three, honey being the most preferable. Start small and sweeten to taste. Best of luck!
2. Set wire rack in aluminum foil-lined rimmed baking sheet and spray rack with vegetable oil spray. Using tongs, transfer potatoes to prepared rack and bake for 1 hour (exteriors of potatoes will be lightly browned and potatoes will feel very soft when squeezed). 3 We bake them for 10 minutes at 175ºC, they will have a nice brown color by now, then lower the temperature to 150ºC, and bake them for another 6 minutes. Best eaten while warm and fresh of course. Croissant we don't eat or share within a day we freeze. We put them in the preheated oven (180ºC / 355ºF) for 8 minutes straight from the freezer
. The book contains so many delicious desserts that I didn’t know where to start when I got my copy of the book. We have been making Emily’s recipes for dinner parties, and they have all been given rave reviews.I wish I was one of those people that “could care less” about sweets. Lets just say I am very far from that. :)Wow! I made this exactly as listed and it was so so delicious. I have never tried dates before in a recipe and i am pleasantly surprised. I don’t have a food processor and it was a little tough to break up the dates in my blender, so eventually i took them out and just mixed into the nut mixture with my hands.. still came out perfect. Thank you!!Oh – and I used my ninja blender as food processor and it actually worked really well! I saw someone else wasn’t able to use their blender but I was – maybe because it has multiple blades and one that is more for food processing with a bowl.
. I know especially Iceland freaks a lot of people out but it’s not as foreign as it may seem, trust me. I visit my family there every year and am planning on moving to Reykjavik after I graduate. Best time to visit is mid to end of August. A lot of festivals around that time and if you’re lucky you can see Aurora borealis in early October. It’s not even that cold yet then. I recommend combining the trip with Ireland, flights are really cheap from Ireland to Iceland. Btw, can I sub the powdered sugar with something healthier like date sugar or Coconut sugar? desserts + baking. From the rich and decadent to light and fruity, our ultimate collection of sweet treats are sure to tempt! desserts + baking. afternoon tea slice. desserts + baking. almond and orange blossom layer cake with vanilla ricotta icing. desserts + baking. almond and pear tarts Being not vegan or vegetarian, and unable to quickly get my hands on some of the key ingredients I immediately decided to use the recipe as a foundational guideline (which I often do). I don’t recommend soy in most things because it does have a strong flavor. Stick to almond milk or rice milk when in doubt!
Simply AMAZING! I made them for a friend’s birthday and we all loved them! Since my friend has a walnut allergy, I used cashews and haselnuts instead and topped with crushed cashews, coconut flakes and orange zest. DIVINE! These are so easy and absolutely delicious. I started making them a year ago after inhad my daughter. I’ve never bothered with the panache as they are rich enough anyway. I’ve made them for family, friends, work colleagues and they always disappear. . Then strain and discard the water Blitz the hazelnuts in a food processor until very fine, combine with the other base ingredients and press into the tin. Chill while you make the filling. Blitz the pecan nuts until very fine, then add the remaining ingredients (remember to destone the dates) and blitz until everything comes together. Press into the tin and chill for at least 3.
Vegan or not – these are amazing!! I did not make the icing, as I am not a fan of icing on brownies (or cake even)…I could not stop licking the spoon while making and I have “sampled” twice now to see how they have firmed up in the fridge. Everytime i make brownies I always use a round pan (??!!) I think it’s so I can sample the “edges” as I cut them into squares. Congrats on 5 years of marriage – and many more to come! Oh, by the way, the brownies taste like brownies, not almonds, walnuts or dates – so picky eaters could probably be fooled (IMHO).. I only had a scant two cups of dates, and did not bother to soak them first, so my resulting “brownie batter” seemed a little dry and not very sweet so added two tablespoons maple syrup which seemed the perfect addition: the dough came together beautifully. I also had no cacao nibs so added instant espresso powder. The ganache divine.
No baking required. These delightful Blueberry Cupcakes are entirely raw and gluten-free, and come complete with a creamy cashew vanilla frosting. Serve them for breakfast with a side of fresh squeezed juice or nut milk of choice, an energizing snack mid-afternoon, or take them to a get together to share with friends. Healthy raw no-bake carrot cake bites made with walnuts, shredded coconut, dates, carrot, coconut butter, vanilla and spices Schütze dich und bleib gesund. Bitte wasche dir oft die Hände und setze das Social Distancing um Hi just to let you know I didn’t have icing sugar and I used cornstarch instead worked out so good! Not as fluffy but still really good!I’d love this post even if it wasn’t actually about brownies, and that says something! ;)Are these basically the same as your 5 minute espresso walnut brownies minus the coffee and ganache? These look better for some reason but id still like to add a tsp of ground coffee.
Yes, Celia. You’re quite right. Cashews are fungus forming. I reserve them for treats like this cake, and don’t consume them on a regular basis. You can get good results using raw, blanched almonds. I find raw whole almonds too gritty in this recipe.Incredibly delicious and oh so indulgent yet nice and light – this raw berry cheesecake has it all. Such a burst of flavours with the creamy strawberry filling, raspberries and a raw cacao. Place the mixture into a baking tray (we use 27cm x 20cm) and refrigerate. While the brownies are in the fridge, place all of the frosting ingredients in a blender and blitz until smooth. Spoon a smooth layer of the frosting over the top of the brownies. Place back in the fridge for 3-4 hours to allow the brownies to set this looks absolutley gorgeous! I am so happy I discovered your site- I have still so much to learn about food photography and I might consider buying your guide :) awesome work! No baking required. These delightful Blueberry Cupcakes are entirely raw and gluten-free, and come complete with a creamy cashew vanilla frosting. Serve them for breakfast with a side of fresh squeezed juice or nut milk of choice, an energizing snack mid-afternoon, or take them to a get together to share with friends
Your love of sweets vs the hubbs indifference is just like how it is in my house. Anything with ganache and I am in. Thank you for the tasty looking recipe.These look amazing! That ganache is calling my name. Congrats on five years! We are coming up on ten! It goes by fast.Time out: John has FIVE younger siblings?! This is news to me! Congrats on five years of marriage, you too. I miss you!Emily shares recipes for basic raw staples like coconut cream, chocolate, date paste, and hot cacao that she uses in the recipes, some notes of resources and equipment, and allergy substitutions, and then it’s all about the recipes!
These Homemade Snickers Bars are a healthier version of the classic candy with no baking required! These gluten-free and vegan candy bars have a layer of raw nougat, topped with a peanut date caramel, all dunked in homemade chocolate I just wanted to leave a comment here, I am slowly trying to switch myself and my two girls over to a (mostly) plant based diet, and we love this recipe! I’ve been skipping the ganache and making these brownies as a treat/snack for us and today we used a different brand of dates which were drier than our usual. The mixture wasn’t sticking together in the mixer so we tried half a tablespoon of coconut oil, and then some water, to make it stick together. I’m not sure, but I suspect it was the coconut oil, but it was even more delicious than normal! I couldn’t wait to make this recipe. I also loved reading the random facts about you and your hubby! To freeze before frying or baking, form the salmon mixture into patties and place on a lined baking sheet. Freeze for 1 hour. Freeze for 1 hour. Remove the patties from the freezer, wrap individually in plastic wrap, and store in an airtight container for up to 3 months
Tips for perfect Lemon Cookies: When you store these cookies, you will want to place wax paper or parchment paper between layers of cookies as they tend to stick together sometimes, especially if it's a bit humid (you can also freeze the baked cookies this way); Make sure you chill the dough before trying to shape the cookies as it will be far too sticky to roll in powdered sugar easily when. I just made this, although I had to make quite a few adjustments though. I blended walnuts and dates as per recipe, made it into a dough but chopped and added 90% cocao chocolate and chopped hazelnuts and placed in freezer. For the ganache, I used coconut milk, no coconut oil and more of the 90% cocao chocolate, pinch of salt as I ran out and then tasted it, it was horrid so added nutella lol defeated the purpose but it’s all I could think to use on hand. Back in the freezer and it tastes pretty good (and not just because I added nutella.) I will try to be more prepared next time though. But these are perfect for those sweet tooth cravings. Thanks for sharing!Made these in about 30 minutes. Super delicious. Love that they were fast and aren’t too sweet. For the ganache, I omitted the coconut oil (by accident – totally forgot!) and it turned out delicious anyway. I also used the double boiler method for making the ganache. I whisked together the chocolate and a splash of Oat Milk in a bowl atop a simmering pot of water.. removed from heat and then added the powdered sugar after 5 minutes. It firmed up just fine without putting it in the fridge first. Thanks for this amazing recipe! Servings 10 servings. Calories 418 kcal. Author Chrissie (thebusybaker.ca) 1 1/2 c. crushed Oreo cookies. 4 tablespoons melted butter. For the cheesecake: 16 ounces reduced fat cream cheese feel free to use full fat if you wish!, at room temperature. 1 1/2 cups powdered sugar. 3 cups whipped cream or whipped topping
How about blitzing some raw cane sugar or coconut sugar in a spicer grinder to make it into a powder? Otherwise, omit it! Browse and search hundreds of delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes for a whole-food, plant-based diet. All of our recipes are developed, tested, and perfected by professional chefs. Each printable recipe includes ingredient lists, simple instructions, and tips to make plant-based cooking a joy. New recipes are added each week Thoughts, ideas and or suggestions on a sub for the cacao nibs? I’m going to go search for them…when next I go to the store, but that could be another week, in the current SIP. Thanks. Be well.this is an amazing recipe!! it’s so so good and utterliy irresistible!!! I just kept making more and more and ate the all my self ? love this thank you!! xxx
You could top this cream with whipped coconut cream or you could use blanched almonds. I find raw whole almonds too gritty for the frosting. I hope this helps.I just made these and I swear they’re the best raw brownies I’ve ever made! The frosting was absolutely perfect! I usually struggle with making it nice thick yet light but not this time, yay! Thank you so much for sharing <3 VeronikaI tried making the ganache but it came out a bit curdled. Was the almond milk too hot? Delicious just a little less beautiful than yours.
I know, right? Me too!! I love them and thought they were so nutritious. I have just recently read some nasty articles about their processing. I have been strictly 100% raw so if the articles are true, I’m not anymore.Amazing! I was drooling at the pictures when you first posted them but never got around to making them, but tonight I was so desperate I didn’t mind I only had enough ingredients for two brownies – I whittled down the amounts and oh wow, am I glad I did! I’m a university student with an autoimmune disease (so I’m short on time but make up for it in food intolerances..) and your recipes are really helping me out for quick food ideas and sweet treats, so thank you so much! And happy (late) anniversary! :)Happy 5 years and to such a successful blog together, I loved reading the list! These look amazing :)This must be the tenth time I go to google and write mimimalist + brownie + no bake to find you. This brownie is sooo good. May you never close down your page :D Have a great day! Maria Latest Posts. Coronavirus Shopping List March 13, 2020 - 12:54 pm; Homemade Sauerkraut January 25, 2020 - 7:36 am; Open Letter to the Oma Community December 14, 2019 - 11:21 am; Aachener Printen Recipe December 1, 2019 - 11:41 pm; German Christmas Celebrations and Traditions November 26, 2019 - 10:00 pm; Traditional German Gingerbread House November 25, 2019 - 12:47 p
Soak 1/2 cup of tapioca overnight in 1 1/2 cups cold water. Mix 1 qt. milk and 3/4 cup sugar. Bring to boil. Drain water off tapioca, add tapioca to milk. Cook and stir till tapioca is clear (at least 30 min.). Then combine 3 beaten eggs, 3/4 cup sugar and 3/4 tsp. vanilla. Add to above mixture and bring to a full boil. Makes about 2 quarts Spanish Almond Cake Recipe- Tarta de Santiago. This cake is a classic traditional Spanish dessert created a long, long time ago.The first documents about this recipe are dated 1577. It originated in Galicia, but other regions of Spain adopted the recipe and created their own version of it I was wondering if there’s any way to switch the dried pineapple to another dried fruit? I am allergic to pineapple but I really want to try this cake. Any suggestions?Congratulations on your 5 year milestone guys! Wishing you many more happy years, filled with many more yummy recipes!
So kind! Thanks for leaving such a sweet, encouraging comment! So glad you loved these brownies. Much love! DanaI think so! Definitely check out our Recipe FAQ for more information about substitutions! I haven’t tried this but give it a shot and let us know how it turns out!
Gluten-free cake. Snacks for kids. Easy entertaining. Easy but impressive. Quick & healthy. Under 20 minutes. Vegetarian party. Veggie comfort food. More recipe ideas. Christmas biscuits. Christmas gifts. Festive desserts. Vegetarian Christmas For Vata: Blend in a date and skip the honey. Add a shake of ginger and a dash of cardamom. Squash, Carrot, and Ginger Soup. Recipe courtesy of Margo Bachman. 1 medium to large butternut squash. 2 medium sweet potatoes. 8 cups water + extra for baking squash. 8 medium carrots. 3 slices of fresh ginger, 1/4-inch thick each I made these today (minus the ganache) and they are actually pretty good, considering what’s not in them! I didn’t manage to get the date pieces…by the time I ran them through my food processor they were pretty upmuch turned to mush, but I’m new at using it. None the less, I got them blended in pretty well. Mine have a grainy consistency in some bites, but these are still amazing,y good, considering they contain no refined sugars! You have to prepare yourself for a chewy consistency, which actually reminded me of Little Debbie brownies. Thankfully they are much healthier!Literally the best vegan, no grain brownies & ganache ? My favorite, far above wheaty kinds. It’s one of my go-to recipes for parties. Thank you!!
Hi Calista, we haven’t tried using cashews, but the same amount as walnuts would probably work! And we think the chocolate avocado frosting sounds lovely! Let us know how it goes!That’s awesome! I let a friend try these and they didn’t even realize they were no bakes. Glad they went over well with your friends, too!No way to get dates on time, I substituted dried prunes. Dropped the almonds and used walnuts only. For the ganache used full cream cow’s milk and salted butter with an excellent 86% European chocolate. Making scratch-made apple crisp is easier than you think with this easy recipe. Chunks of apple get tossed with cinnamon, sugar and a little flour to help create the right texture, then topped with a simple streusel mixture. Simply bake until golden on top and bubbly inside. It's a perfect recipe for new and experienced bakers alike, and a delicious way to celebrate fall
I was trying not to comment until I baked these, but everyone else did. It would be nice to see two different categories on your Comment & Review Page. One for actually trying the recipe and the other for compliment you,( which is well deserved). I read through all of them, and didn’t get any idea on how others liked, disliked or had changed the recipe to suite them. First of all these brownies look delicious, but they also look mighty wet, gooey and soggy. Are they? Also, why doesn’t the newest comment show up at the top instead of having to scroll down to the latest one?Making these again tomorrow…. The last time I made them I had to give them out to a whole host of people as a ‘last day party’ type thing. SO looking forward to hogging them all to myself, THEY’RE JUST SO FUDGY…. hehe.
Can the ganache be made without the sugar? I’m not looking to replace it without anything – I’ve cut out all sweeteners from my diet so I’m hoping it will still be good without it!I made today this recipe after looking at this page several times in the past. I wish I hadn’t waited so long to pull the trigger! These brownies are so good. I had been hesitant to make them because my husband doesn’t like dates. But, he loved it! The only issue I had was getting the dough to form so I added 1 1/2 TBS of water. This recipe is super rich, but I will definitely be making these again.i love this recipe very much! but I was wandering am I supposed to use already pitted dates or just take the pit out of regular dates? thank you so much!Since my daughter became passionate about raw food diets, I’ve tried a few desserts, but these brownies top the list! Gave a sample to a friend, who loved them too. Since all my baked brownies come out dry, this will now be my go-to brownie recipe. Very fudgy, especially with the icing. As a bonus, they’re perfect for Passover since they contain no flour!!
This was the first recipe I tried from your site and, though I’ve discovered more gems since, it’s still my absolute favourite recipe of yours! Why do people not post AFTER they have made something . We don’t care that you think they look amazing. That is no use to anybody. Make them and then comment. Jeez.I have a vitamix and food processor, but only make date bars in my food processor. I don’t know if it would work in a vitamix. Having the larger diameter mixing area is key for sticky dates. Good luck deciding!