• Cheesecake Brownies {coconut flour}

    Cheesecake Brownies {using coconut flour}

    A few readers asked me for this recipe, and I am most happy to oblige. It might be a bit early for brownies in some parts of the world, but what the heck. And really, it’s always a good time for brownies.

    Cheesecake Brownies {using coconut flour}

    I don’t have much desire to cook or bake during the summer, so when I must do so, I use my toaster oven. Which is what I used for this recipe. So simple. In fact, this recipe was much more simple to develop than I anticipated.

    Your choice is which of my brownie recipes to use. I decided to post this using my fudge brownies using coconut flour, but I suspect it will work with almost all of my brownie recipes.

    If you’ve made the fudge brownies using coconut flour, you’ll recognize the ingredients in the brownie part of this recipe are slightly modified. I added an extra tablespoon of maple syrup and 2 tablespoons of yogurt. I’m going to update the fudge brownie recipe once I have it fully tested. I never had time to test this recipe for the coconut flour book, so I just posted it a few years ago as a free recipe.

    Cheesecake Brownies {using coconut flour}

     

     
     
    Posted in Desserts, Gluten-Free, Nut-Free, Snacks, Vegetarian  |  6 Comments
     
     

    6 Responses to Cheesecake Brownies {coconut flour}

    1. Jonathan E Gibson says:

      Can Almond Milk Yogurt instead of the cream cheese for those of us with milk allergies?

      • Erica says:

        Yes! I’ve used sheep yogurt (thinner yogurt) and it came out great. You can also drip the dairy-free yogurt to reduce the moisture, but you’ll need 8 ounces of dripped yogurt.

    2. Jodi says:

      Can’t wait to try these! However I am curious in what part of the world people think brownies are seasonal….brownies are for all the time. There is no brownie season and there is no brownie time of the day. Sometimes you must just suffer the heat of the oven because brownies are good. Brownies are good when you’re happy. Brownies are good when you’re sad. Brownies are good when you’re hungry. Brownies are good when you’re not hungry. They make a great lunch with peanut butter spread on them. They make a great dessert or snack or ‘oh my gosh I don’t want to go to work’ breakfast treat. And the same goes for cheesecake.

    3. Marcia says:

      Can you use egg replacement for the eggs?

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