Homemade Gluten Free Brownie Mix

Although more and more often it’s possible to find great gluten free mixes, rarely are they refined sugar free, too.   I love convenience, but not at the cost of nutrition. Note: I reuse jars that contain nuts and rice. They are perfect for mixes and other bulk ingredients I buy.

Gluten Free Brownie Mix

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Homemade Gluten Free Brownie Mix
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Ingredients
  • ¾ millet flour
  • 4½ Tbsp tapioca flour
  • 4½ Tbsp arrowroot powder
  • 3 Tbsp almond flour
  • 1½ cup cocoa powder
  • ¾ tsp gluten-free baking powder
  • ¾ tsp salt
  • 1½ tsp xanthan gum
  • 2¼ cup coconut palm sugar
Instructions
  1. Mix ingredients with a whisk.
  2. Store in an air tight jar.
  3. To make: add ½ cup coconut oil, 1½ tsp vanilla, 2 eggs and 1 cup coarsely chopped pecans to 1½ cups mix.

 

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8 thoughts on “Homemade Gluten Free Brownie Mix

  1. One of my best friends just found out she can’t eat gluten. I’ll have to make her a container of this mix! Thank you for sharing…it was so good to see you on my blog too 🙂

  2. BLESS YOU! This looks so awesome, Kristen! The hubs just bought me a big jar of dark cocoa powder because I promised I’d make him some dark brownies — now I can eat them too…
    (The container was almost the best part of your post for me…) 🙂
    Do you have a good source for your palm sugar?

  3. I am new to the gluten free world. I am here because my friend has to be and I like to fatten, I mean support her. 🙂 So she is GF but also has issue with xanthum gum. Can I take that out, add something else? Any help with that would be wonderful. THANKS!!

    1. Guar gum is the only think I know that people use instead of xanthum. It works about the same way but comes from a totally different source. You will need to add about 50% more guar gum. I hope that helps.

  4. Do you know anything about Psyllium Husk Powder? My friend just sent me something about it but I have not had the time to really look into it.

    1. I haven’t used it. When I looked it up, the first thing that shows up is that it’s a laxative, so keep that in mind as you use it. Gluten Free Girl (.com) uses it exclusively now instead of the gums. She says to use the same amount of psyllium in place of xanthan. I am intrigued enough that I will probably buy some and try it out. Thanks for suggesting it.

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