Coconut fluor will not work, but oat flour may be okay. Thanks for checking them out Brandi . Hi! This fudge is great. Hey! But those things have all either been said or go without saying (or are just plain confusing). that I love brownies so much is that the possibilities are endless! OMG they are so cute!! The espresso addition would be delicious. <3. Cauliflower lemon bars are next! Yes! And video editing is often the calm break I need from time in the kitchen or behind the camera, especially with music and snacks involved. Apple sauce or mashed banana could possibly work! I made these two days ago and took them to my boyfriends work. Sometimes I feel like a little grammar nerd for how excited I get about those things lol. cinnamon A perception switch made them perfect! Pour the batter into your prepared loaf pan and press down the batter until level. Boxing them up now…<3, REALLY??? I loved these!! They aren’t as juicy as medjool dates but hopefully they will work…fingers crossed! Neither banana or applesauce are as starchy as sweet potato, so neither are a perfect sub here unfortunately. It could work (although omit the water as well) but I cannot say for sure without testing it, so you will have to try it and see. Wahoooo! You can put brownies on top of cookies to make Brookies. I use a standard loaf pan which is 8 1/2 by 4 1/2. Remove 1/4 cup of the date paste and set aside for the frosting. It’s a fine line between rich and really moist but not gooey and mushy and questionable whether you even baked it lol. Definitely needed to put them out of sight or I was about to eat the entire pan! I haven’t tried this recipe with almond flour, but I’d love to know myself if it works. Brownie detox starting now! Definitely doing that next time! I find the organic kind to be much less liquid-y for some reason. I love them! So dense and chocolatey! But it’s good, a good challenge. https://twobigvegans.wordpress.com/2017/04/16/vegetarian-family-update) I really appreciate you including the link in your post and for letting me know too. I’d love to know if that is an option tho, so let us know if you try it out! I’m Natalie, the recipe creator around here sharing simple snacks and treats that are secretly healthy under their sweet dessert disguises! and rolled oats (the more expensive, healthier variety). I can’t wait to try some more of your recipes, especially ones with veggies snuck into lovely sweet treats. Adding them to my list! They’d be a lot thinner and the baking time would need to decrease but I don’t know by how much! My goodness <3, Thanks Aimee! Also, ya know I love my alliterations so… all of those F's are showering down on me like glorious, grand glitter. These are one of my all-time favorite healthy desserts so I’m so glad they worked for you, even with the substitutions. https://theconscientiouseater.com/fudgy-sweet-potato-brownies-vegan-and-gf OK, I was super skeptical after looking over the recipe and reading some of the comments. Or see a mirror in a mirror in a mirror. Maybe you saw my instagram post? With this much chocolate it’s not even an if, just a matter of when Oh the writing, it just feels so out of my control–you can’t force it, ya know? would like to know if i can replace it for quinoa flour or rice flour or tapioca flour or a mix of all I cook a lot like you do and to have the perfection and trials you bring to the table is so amazingly wonderful. Yes I know I love baking by weight too, but don’t have those included on my older recipes and haven’t had a chance to go back and update/measure all those yet. And about 1/3-1/2 cup of maple syrup should be plenty. DIGITAL NOMAD Brown rice flour may work, but tapioca would probably be better. I’ve actually yet to try carob, so I need to get on that! Oatmeal flour is not available where I’m from. I am so glad to hear it Shyla!! I NEVER would have guessed that! Now of course I can’t pass up the late night creative juices, so I have to jot this stuff down. Editing photos is a love-hate relationship–so exciting when they turn out well, or like I am waging a war with Lightroom when they don’t. I love the hearts, what a fun idea I’m so happy you liked them Sherri, thanks for the feedback! Mmm yes brownies with chunks are the best. I definitely have to give this a try now. so chocolatey and delicious . They’re so fudgy, rich and easy to make. I did it with almond butter and olive oil instead and omg they are amazing. Your writing trend (hit with ideas at bedtime) sounds all too familiar – I need to start keeping a notebook by the bed for those moments because come morning, the ideas are lost! Like my writing brain is it’s own separate (and very finicky) entity or something. Top with optional chocolate chips and place in the oven. Ha! Thanks so much for sharing your variation Hannah! Absolutely love the peppermint idea, thanks for sharing . Mmm gotta try that pb glaze too, thanks for sharing! If you have almond flour that may work better. Sorry, I couldn’t help myself. Step 3: preheat your oven to 350 degrees and line a loaf pan with parchment paper. Cannot wait to try this recipe. And thank you!! Can it be substituted for any other gluten-free flour? That’s great news Kay! Mind if I join?! A whole batch of these is approximately 700 calories with an 80/10/10 split of carbs/fat/protein. xo, Hahahah feel free to join the brownie detox! These are amazing! I immediately purchased the needed items and I can’t wait to try it out. Or about how much I think frosted brownies knock the socks off of unfrosted ones because anything more closely resembling cake is better than anything less closely resembling cake. I’ll get the oat flour. Would it be all right to replace the sweet potato for bananas or another easily-prepared fruit/vegetable? Haha! Blend on low speed until combined. Such a great recipe Natalie , Thanks girl! I just have a question which I hope you can answer. Hmm another type of cooked/mashed squash could work if you have others easily available. thank yo so mucho for your time, It really depends on the recipe, I can’t tell you for sure that another flour will always work, but in many recipes quinoa flour may be just fine. 100% RDA of fiber and a whole slew of vitamins and minerals. Refrigerating them will change the texture somewhat, but the rather unconventional ingredient list here gives them slightly different texture than your usual brownie. Hi! Thank you Faith! And apparently different beasts in the daytime vs. the nighttime. aaaand do u think just use brown rice fluor can work or should I use with something more, maybe tapioca fluor?