Crazy for Crust
Nice little from-scratch recipe for when the sweet-tooth strikes. In spite of what you might think – this is too much brownie for 1 person. It really takes 2. Also – 17 mins is not enough time, even if you like gooey brownies. 19 minimum.
Not bad! A little dry, but tasty, especially with some Halo Top…
I’m using imperial measuring units that a commenter converted with a lowered amount of sweetener. Below is ripped straight from the post.
Don’t forget to bring eggs up to room temp. ~30 mins.
- 1/2 c. Butter
- 1/2 c. Syrup or powdered sweetener
- 2 large eggs 5/8 c. Cacao powder
- 3/4 c. Almond flour
- 1/2 tsp. Kosher salt
- 1-2 tbsp peanut butter
- (Optional) 1/4 cup Lilly’s chocolate chips
Melt the butter and mix in cacao. Add eggs then sweetener, and then fold in almond flour and salt. Spoon mixture into 8×8 pan. Drop spoons of peanut butter and swirl around, sprinkle with salt, and bake at 350 do 20min. Should be slightly underdone, don’t over-bake!
Super important: you must let them cool completely before you eat them, and I suggest letting them chill in the fridge for max flavour and best fudgy texture. Trust me—having them warm is not worth it, as the flavours settle and the texture is perfect once they’ve chilled for a bit.
When cooled cut into 16 servings (they’re very rich so they might seem small, but it’s all you need)
Macros for 1/16 servings
150cal 3g net carb 12g fat 3g protein
Looks like a good midweek recipe
30 mins. Very simple.
This is an episode of my favorite cooking show (Fast Food My Way) but I put this on for the bread recipe. The bread looks good, uses few ingredients, and is super fast! no resting.
30 minutes (Or less! That’s kind of the point)
Goes over some common cuts you experience in the grocery store, and how to treat them differently. Has reverse sear method!
It’s steak, so… 30 mins.
The sauce for this looks intensely good.
Looks quick. I’m giving this 30 mins.