Need to Cure that Chocolate Craving? Make Gluten-Free Brownies!

I personally am a brownie edge kind of person.

Gluten-free chocoholics rejoice! There are more gluten-free mixes of the sinfully rich, fudgy, chocolatey desserts that are brownies on the market than ever before. In fact, I counted twelve gluten-free brownie mixes in the latest edition of the grocery guide. Gluten-free baking mixes come in handy on those days when you really need a chocolate fix, but don’t have time to pull all of your gluten-free baking ingredients down from the shelves, so we’ve rounded up some of the top brands of gluten-free baking mixes.

King Arthur’s line of GF baking mixes includes a Gluten-Free Brownie Mix. Blogger Tiffany reviewed this gluten-free brownie mix and found the resulting brownies to be “rich, moist, and chewy.”
• Major baker’s brand Betty Crocker now offers a Gluten-Free Brownie Mix made in a dedicated facility.
Cherrybrook Kitchen sells a Gluten-Free Fudge Brownie Mix that is also peanut-free, dairy-free, and egg-free.
Gluten-Free Pantry makes a Gluten-Free Chocolate Truffle Brownie Mix which looks absolutely decadent.
Authentic Foods offers a Gluten-Free Double Chocolate Brownie Mix. Simply add egg, vegetable oil, melted butter, and water to the mix and bake.
Bob’s Red Mill also makes a gluten-free brownie mix that uses Ghirardelli cocoa for a rich chocolate flavor.

For those of you who find baking therapeutic and who wish to bake gluten-free brownies from scratch, here are a few recipes to test out:

• Emeril Lagasse kicks it up a notch with this recipe for gluten-free brownies for that get their moisture from applesauce and mashed banana.
• Gluten Free Goddess has a recipe for gluten-free Double Chocolate Brownies that look dense and decadent.
• For fudgy brownies filled with almonds, try this recipe for Ghirardelli Fudgy Gluten-Free Brownies from

Brownies are especially awesome because their chocolate flavor can be embellished by mixing in or topping them with almost anything sweet and gluten-free: caramel, frosting, sprinkles, powdered sugar, nuts, peanut butter, coffee powder, peppermint patties, or candy canes among other things. Or, simply top with vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce for a classic hot fudge sundae.

What is your favorite gluten-free brownie mix or gluten-free brownie recipe?

One thought on “Need to Cure that Chocolate Craving? Make Gluten-Free Brownies!”

  1. Wow, this is great! All these gluten free brownies will surely fulfill my sweet cravings later with all these fudgy, chocolaty, and rich in chocolate flavor and all. The most think I like is if the chocolate is made up of normal cocoa and almond would be better but a little bit expensive.

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