Baking up a storm & Dishing about Treats, Eats and Life!

Baking up a storm & Dishing about Treats, Eats and Life!

Flourless Brownie Bites

Y’all!  I love brownies bites!  I feel like if I have just a little bite, then I’m still being “good” versus eating a whole brownie.  Yeah right, I probably pop three in my mouth, one after the other.  Either way they are delicious!  During this baking and food journey, I’m learning to adapt to food preferences, sensitivities and allergies.  I’m more comfortable with the gluten free flours or no flour at all.  I’m hoping to play around with different oils in the near future but baby steps.  I just love these flourless brownies.  They are a hit with Everyone, fudgy and the perfect chocolate fix.  They also go really well with a glass of red wine!  These could make really good Valentine’s Day treats!  To make the bites, I made the flourless brownie batter (Flourless brownie recipe) and then used one of my cookie scoops to fill the molds.  Preface – you have to spray the pan generously or use mini cupcake holders.  You also have to let them cool completely or you won’t get them out.  I promise.  I popped out a few tops!!!!!  But they still tasted delicious – those were the brownie version of muffin tops.  Anyways, just make sure the pan is ready for that batter!  Give them a go and let me know your thoughts!

 

 

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Flourless Brownie Bites
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray a 24 cup mini muffin pan Generously with non-stick spray or fill with mini cupcake paper cups and set aside.
  2. Melt the butter and sugar together in a small saucepan over low to medium heat. Stir constantly so the sugar doesn't burn. Cook for 2-3 minutes until the sugar is incorporated nicely. Add chocolate and stir until melted and incorporated. Remove from heat. Using a hand mixer, beat the mixture for about a minute. Add vanilla extract and eggs then beat for two minutes. Sift in the cocoa powder, corn starch and salt then beat on high for two more minutes. The batter will be shiny. Using a small scoop or spoon, fill the molds until they are even and full. Place a walnut on top of each filled mold, if using. Bake for 13-16 minutes until a toothpick comes out clean. Cool the bites completely then use a knife to carefully pop them out of the molds. Enjoy!
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