Sustainably Nourished

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Oat Flour Brownies–Dense, Moist and Rich (Gluten-free, milk-free, sugar-free)

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I love to use Oat Flour because I can buy a nice-sized can of Organic Oatmeal for $1.99 at Trader Joes, and easily grind it into flour as needed in my blender or food processor (I don’t have a fancy one of either.) You can have it on hand in case you need to make breakfast oatmeal with it or if your having a late night craving for chocolate and you don’t have any specific flour on hand (like tonight;)

With only 7 ingredients (does a pinch of salt and vanilla even count as an ingredient? I think not really…) this is quick and painless to whip up in a pinch…happy munching!

Oat Flour Brownies–Dense, Moist and Rich  [Fits in an 8×8 square pan] 


1 stick butter, melted

1/2 cup dutch cocoa

1 cup agave or honey

2 eggs (one at a time)

1 teaspoon vanilla

pinch of salt

1 cup finely ground oat flour


I wouldn’t try to make these with an alternate flour, they are best with Oat flour…

Pour into a greased 8 x 8 pan. Bake at 350 degrees for about 25-30 minutes.

Let cool, then eat! I love to top my brownies with vanilla ice cream….mmh!


Author: Sustainably Nourished

I am a follower of the Most High God, the Lord Jesus Christ. I am a mommy, a wife, a wanna be homesteader;) We have 8 chickens, 12 quails, and an awesome dog, and a bunch of plants so far. We desire to be producing most of our own things and less dependent on outside systems!

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