Ok, not a recipe... but I just had to say that the Namaste Foods brownie mix is SCRUMPTIOUS. They are just about the yummiest thing I've ever eaten (well... since I've been on the allergy diet.
) They did get a "hmmm... those are interesting" response by a non-allergy dieting person, but I think they are fabulous. They are gooey and oh-so chocolaty!
They are free of: gluten, wheat, soy, nuts, potato, corn, dairy, and casein
Ingredients: evaporated cane juice, sweet brown rice flour, Dutch cocoa, tapioca flour, arrowroot flour, salt, and xanthan gum
(which I usually try to stay away from, but DD seems to be fine with these.)
The package says to use 3 eggs, 1/2 c. water, and 1 c. (!) of oil.... I use flax (micro'd with water) for an egg replacer, and only used a little over 1/2 a cup of oil- otherwise they're pretty greasy, and then just made up the rest with extra water.
Oh- and I found them at Fred Meyer, but I think WF has them too. Here's
their website- they have other allergen-free stuff too, but the brownies are the only thing that I've tried so far.
**later update.... turns out DD is sensitive to the xanthan gum.
Oh well- the brownies were good while I had them.