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Tried & True Award :: Kelly's Brownie Recipe

A mom who has been a great inspiration to me is Kelly Brozyna at www.thespunkycoconut.com. I hope to take her to lunch one day and thank her. Anyway, if you have not already done so, buy her book The Spunky Coconut Cookbook and start following her blog.

There are many food bloggers out there pouring their hearts into serving up recipes that are nutritionally rich, satisfying and delicious! I have decided to salute them with a "Tried & True Award." And so, my first award goes to Kelly. Modified diet or not, everyone needs a good brownie recipe in their back pocket. Kelly's suited us to a tee. No gluten, no dairy, no egg and no grain. You'll find her recipe here.

TEXTURE: Moist and chewy

APPEARANCE: Just like "regular" brownies!

TASTE: Rich and satisfying

After I baked a batch of these brownies, like the book If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, I needed some ice cream to go with it. So I used another of Kelly's recipes, her Coconut & Raw Cacao Pudding. As she suggested, I put the chilled concoction in my ice cream maker. What came out was a rich and creamy chocolate ice cream. Yum!

Reader Comments (1)

This blog is a true winner. I want to try all of these recipes. I hope you're getting promotional kickbacks from all of the other "foodies" you are highlighting here! Your pictures are really mouth-watering, too. Forgive me for not saying this before, but THANKS for inspiring all of us to be healthier in the kichen. Love ya, girl...keep 'em comin.

Dearest Angie, you ARE out there! Thanks for dropping in and for your oh so lovely comment : ) Hey, I need to get your Italian method for cooking fennel bulb. Send along when you have a chance!

April 15, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterAngie Tompkins

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