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Gluten-Free Truffle Fudge Brownie with Salted Caramel

Every now and again, I’ll go off the beaten path like I have today with this gluten-free brownie. I’m by no means gluten free, but I do have friends that are, so I like make sure I can deliver sweets as needed, when needed.

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This gluten free brownie is one I made for a gathering last week and it definitely went over well. I didn’t tell anyone it was gluten-free until afterwards. Everyone was shocked, since they mostly equate gluten-free with inferior baked goods, ie. dry, flavorless, sandy, dense and a few other adjectives I can’t share here. Pretty much all things that I have experienced with gluten-free baked goods.

But here’s the thing, gluten-free baking takes sometime to learn. So the recipe I’m loving on here is not my own, it’s a recipe¬†from Kyra Bussanich gluten-free book, Sweet Cravings. It’s one of my favorite books – there are so many good recipes! And it’s a book worth owning if you want to learn gluten-free baking.

Truffle Brownie with Salted Caramel from Bakers Royale

Luckily Kyra keeps it simple, so this recipe comes together quickly and easily.  The only real work is finding a few items you may not have stocked in your pantry like potato and tapioca starch. Both can easily be sourced at some grocery stores, if not, a health food store will definitely have it.

I followed the recipe in its entirety, but swapped out the finishing mocha frosting for a heavy hit of salted caramel. And that’s only because someone else brought a death by chocolate cake to the gathering, so I went for a sweet and salty combo with this recipe.

That’s it for today. I hope you have a great weekend and see you all next week Monday.

Gluten-Free Truffle Fudge Brownie with Salted Caramel

Gluten-Free Truffle Fudge Brownie with Salted Caramel

Yield: Makes 16 brownies


  • 1 3/4 cups granulated sugar
  • 1 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 1/4 cup potato starch
  • 1/4 tapioca starch
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/3 cup canola oil
  • 2 tablespoons instant espresso powder dissolved in 1/4 cup of water (I used Starbucks Via French Roast)
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract


For the remainder of this recipe, please click over to Kyra's site here.