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Grain-free Fudge Brownies

Six ingredients and 10 minutes to devilishly rich, fudgy, gooey brownies with no grains, no sugar, and 100% flavor you don't have to sell your soul for.

Lectin Free Gourmet Fudge Brownies

Let's face it, when you're craving brownies, nothing satisfies like a rich, dark, real chocolate, fudgy gooey amaze-balls brownie (or 3 or 4). My LFG brownies have no sugar, no grains and still taste and chew like real thing.

And the fact that this recipe is super easy to make and can be in your mouth in minutes from idea to indulgence, well, that's a miracle.

But it doesn't take an act of God, or a pact with Satan, to get this naughty slice of heaven made. Just six simple ingredients every lectin-conscious cook has lying around and 10 minutes in the oven. It's time to quit talking about it and just make them already!

The Recipe

Lectin Free Gourmet Fudge Brownies

2 Oz. Organic 100% Cacao Baking Chocolate

6 T Golden Monk Fruit

1/2 C Pure Olive Oil (not extra virgin)

1 t Vanilla

2 Eggs

6 T LFG Flour Blend*

Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Prepare a mini muffin tin with mini muffin papers. This recipe makes about 2 dozen "two-bite" brownies.

In a medium bowl, melt chocolate in microwave for about 1 minute. It may not melt completely in the microwave, but let it sit on the counter and melt the rest of the way. You don't want to dry it out. Whisk in the monk fruit. Whisk in the oil and vanilla until smooth and still runny. Next whisk in the eggs for about 30 seconds until really smooth, thicker and glossy. Finally whisk in the LFG flour blend (*2:1:1 Cassava, Coconut, Almond flours). It should have the consistency of soft, fudgy brownie batter.

Next, spoon into muffin papers (about half full) and bake for 10 minutes. Remove from oven and let sit 5 minutes before eating. You can remove from papers and store brownies in an air tight container. Reheat for 10 seconds in microwave to enjoy later.

Pairs with an ice cold glass of grassfed whole milk, almond milk or coconut milk. Or try them with a glass of Bordeaux. YUM!

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