I'm a lazy cook and baker, so I have never adapted to weighing out my measurements. To tell you the truth(thanks Viv), it's because I don't want to clean any unnecessary dishes, and I'm pretty intuitive about how much of any particular ingredient is needed. This has come from years of being in the health food industry and feeding my family. I don't often make recipes by measuring and ironically often can't replicate the masterpiece that was birthed from pure inspiration. As of late, I have been attempting to write down recipes as I go. I don't really like it, because it takes too long and requires more clean up. But it does help me to share the goodness with others. Perhaps it is worth the effort, rather than have all this genius rattling around in my head lol.
Makes 18 Brownies
2 Cups Green Banana Flour
1/2 cup rice flour
1/4 cup arrowroot flower
1 cup cacao powder
2 eggs( 2 tsp ground flax in 3 Tbs water as substitution)
1/4 cup butter(or substitute coconut oil), melted
1/3 cup coconut oil
1 tsp baking powder(aluminum free)
1 tsp salt
1 Tbsp vanilla extract
1/4 cup coconut flakes + 1 cup water (blended in to a milk) or milk of choice
1/2 cup chocolate chips(vean)*optional
1/4 cup cacao nibs
preheat oven to 200 C or 350 F
1. Mix dry ingredients together in a silver mixing bowl(green banana flour, rice flour, arrowroot, cacao powder, baking powder and salt).
2. Whisk together wet ingredients(melted butter/oil, vanilla, eggs, and milk)
3. Mix wet and dry ingredients by and until smooth don't over mix.
4. Fold in cacao nibs and chocolate chips
5. Line baking pan with baking paper, or slightly oil the sides and bottom with coconut oil.
6. Pour into pan and bake approx approx. 20 minutes, until the top starts to slightly crack or the top springs back when you push it with your finger