Best Gluten Free Chocolate Brownies | Rockin Robin Cooks

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Got a chocolate craving? These gluten free chocolate brownies will satisfy! They are moist, fudgy and chewy.
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Gluten Free Chocolate Brownies
⅔ cup chocolate chips, semi sweet, Guittard is the brand I love
6 Tbsp. butter, Kerrygold
2 eggs, pastured raised
1 ½ tsp. Vanilla extract
⅓ cup sugar
⅓ cup brown sugar, packed
⅔ cup Bob’s Red Mill Gluten free 1 to 1 baking flour
3 Tbsp. cocoa powder
½ tsp. Baking soda
¼ tsp. Salt
⅔ cup chocolate chips, semi sweet, to fold in


Prepare an 8 x 8 inch baking dish with parchment paper as per the video.

Place ⅔ cup of chocolate chips and butter into a saucepan over low heat. Stir until completely melted and combined. Remove from heat and stir in the vanilla.

In a bowl place the eggs and whisk until mixed. Add the white and brown sugar and whisk until completely smooth about 1 minute. Slowly pour the egg/sugar mixture into the chocolate and stir as you add. Once completely combined, set aside.

In another bowl combine the flour, cocoa powder, baking soda and the salt in a bowl and whisk to combine.

Pour the chocolate mixture into the flour mixture and stir to just combine. Do not over mix. Fold in the ⅔ cup chocolate chips.

Pour this batter into the prepared baking dish and smooth with a spatula until evenly distributed.

Bake at 350 degrees F. and check with a toothpick at 20 minutes. If the toothpick comes out super wet, cook the brownies 5 minutes longer and check again. You want the brownie test to come out a little moist with some batter on the toothpick but not dripping wet.

If you over bake these and the toothpick comes out dry, the brownies will come out dry. Ideally the time is somewhere between 25 and 28 minutes. Ovens vary so experiment.

Let the brownies cool for 15 minutes and then run a knife around the edges of the baking pan to release the brownies. Then lift the brownies out using the parchment paper. They should come right out.
Enjoy with a cold glass of milk!

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Sin Twister says:

Just watched most recent video, so here I am. Looks great.

Read Along With Aunt Neny says:

New subscriber here. I am enjoying your videos! This is the gluten free flour mix keep in my flour canister. I use it for most things. Keep those videos coming!

Damien Johnson says:

Now this looks delicious. I gotta try making this along with the chocolate pudding puff. And love the cooking apron!!

Rockin Raffi's Home Cooking says:

Im going to tell my friends about your channel because i have lots of friends that can only eat gluten free products. Thank you for this recipe.

jack bassindale says:

Hey robin, thanks for making recipes like this that cater for people who have eating disorders. It’s very kind of you to take your time to do this. I myself don’t have any eating disorders but I know several people who can’t eat gluten, so I’ll be sure to let them know of this recipe and your channel :)

R Orsargos says:

Thank you so much for this video! I have celiac disease and cannot have gluten. You have done several videos that work with gluten free lifestyles. I can’t wait to try this one! If you say it’s good, I know it is. I’ve made some of your recipes and they were great! Love you! ❤️

Pat Chapman says:

Hi Ms Robin! You had me at brownies! I made two batches this afternoon . Followed your recipe exactly on both but added white chocolate chips to one batch. Both were delicious! Took half of each recipe to a neighbor with two grandchildren on gluten-free diets. They were thrilled with the brownies and send their thanks to you for sharing the recipe & video!

Beverlee Perez says:

Yummy..cannot wait to try..anyrecies for a no sugar chocolate mousse please..

ckrtom2 says:

Yes, "Heaven!" Anything chocolate is intoxicatingly and addictively delicious to me so for that reason I have to avoid it. But it's still always fun to watch you cook (bake)!

joe Thomson says:

They look delicious, This is on my To-Do list Thank you, Rockin Robin

Byron Chandler says:

Hola, sweet adorable Robin. Your brownies look simply delicious. Out of all the apples, which ones are your favorite?

mike97525 says:

Thanks Robin The wife is making those today

myfairy talegimail says:

Thanku. Love your videos

Vilma Bock says:

Thank you! 🌹

Corinne Clarke says:

Yes we definitely have to have your Brownies yummy Ty Robin those as re the best chips I use them for everything even snacking

Tina S says:

Hi Robin, I love this recipe. This makes me want to try this recipe like right now. One question though… if I were to reduce the sugar to only 1/3 brown sugar (and skip the other third of white sugar), will that be ok? How will it affect the recipe? Or if you have any other suggestion on how to bake this with less sugar, I'd love to learn more about it. I'm just trying to be more mindful of my sugar intake. Thank you!

FitAngie says:

Oh my goodness I need those in my life 😍😍😍😍

anurein 0506 says:

I wish I could be your neighbor 🤣

TheSumama22 says:

Mmmmm looks good.

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