Then I went to Target and those bags of peanut butter filled Dove chocolates were calling out to me. I resisted. But my resistance was wearing thin.
Monday morning I remembered that I had signed up to test a few recipes from a new cookbook. The authors had asked for many volunteers to all try out three recipes and post pictures on their blogs or flicker pages for Dancing in the Kitchen with Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef. As you can see I am a bit later than Monday.
However, these brownies were so very much worth the wait!
And even better, they totally satisfied my chocolate and peanut butter cravings! In addition, I can feed them to my friends who cannot eat wheat or gluten because they are made with rice and oat flour. Honestly, you'd never know they weren't your standard wheat flour brownies. The texture and flavor is just delicious.
So whether you cannot eat wheat or cooking for those who cannot eat gluten or simply want to eat really delicious food, you will want to cook from Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef: A Love Story with 100 Tempting Recipes.
Not only did they develop a yummy brownie recipe that is not too gooey and not too cake-y, but they share evil ideas like splitting it and smearing on a bit of jam for a pb and brownie sandwich.
You have to love someone who can cook like that. Gluten-free or not
- - marcella
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