Brownies free of dairy, eggs, nuts, but not taste
For my entire life, dairy and I have had a love/hate relationship. Currently we're in hate mode. Well, at least my stomach is. And the same goes for a couple of my kids. But I'm also a bit of a sweets addict, which makes binges a little challenging. Fortunately, that's all changed since I found my new favorite go-to dessert.
I just happened to pick up a box of Cherrybrook Kitchen fudge brownie mix
from my local grocery store on whim and boy am I glad I did -- though my
post-partum diet plan may feel differently. Just add water, oil,
margarine (or similar) to their natural mix which includes dairy-free
chocolate chips and real Belgian chocolate. In about 15 minutes
you've got truly good brownies -- a nice change from the sugary dirt
many of these "free" mixes end up tasting like.
Now don't get me
wrong--of you're looking for super decadent gooey brownies, this isn't it.
But if you want to enjoy something sweet and delicious without the
lactose-induced stomachache later, then Cherrybrook Kitchen is definitely the way to go. And you know? My brownie-loving, dairy eating husband agrees. -KristenYou can purchase a case of the Cherrybrook Kitchen fudge brownie mix from our affiliate Amazon.com, or check your local grocery store. That's where I found them.
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