Grain-free Tiramisu Double Chocolate Brownies – Gluten-free + Refined Sugar-free

by Beth @ Tasty Yummies

Today’s guest post comes from the super lovely Rose of The Clean Dish and she is sharing this sweet but healthy valentines-day worthy recipe. I just adore this recipe and I cannot wait to make this myself. 

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Hey there! My name is Rose; I am the author of The Clean Dish – a real food blog where you find grain free, gluten free and processed sugar free recipes! I am super excited to be guest posting for Beth today here at Tasty Yummies! I am a military wife and German national (I feel obliged to mention this so hopefully, you will forgive me any linguistic inaccuracies 🙂 ). I love fresh, locally sourced food and making things from scratch; nothing gives me more pleasure than to enjoy a home cooked meal with family and friends. Come visit me at the Clean Dish and see what I’ve been up to in my kitchen lately – I would love to have you 🙂

I had a hard time deciding whether I should bring you something sweet or savory! Right after Christmas, I didn’t even want to look at sweet stuff, not to mention make anything sweet but January has been a healthy month for me so far; I have recovered from my sugar overdose and this recipe I have for you is one I have been working on for a while so it’s time to get it out there!

These Tiramisu Double Chocolate Brownies Grain-free Tiramisu Double Chocolate BrowniesSpeaking of mascarpone; since I am a part time vegan (you know, I enjoy organic grade meat on occasions and would *never* give up cheese!!) I haven’t really made anything containing mascarpone in over 3 years – since I came to the US. And boy, was I shocked to find that 8oz of mascarpone cost $7 in this country!! That’s way too much, if I may say so. So I decided to compromise: I used equal parts mascarpone and cream cheese (instead of mascarpone only) with an amazing outcome: It tastes almost exactly like tiramisu cream except it’s a little firmer so it’s perfect for brownie frosting!

A note on the cream: The original Italian recipe for tiramisu cream calls for raw egg yolks. I recommend you only use raw egg yolks if you are certain they are fresh! I personally have never had any issues and I buy my eggs at the supermarket (we currently do not have direct access to farm fresh eggs, sadly!) so I think it’s perfectly safe if you ensure freshness.

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1 Sherrie | With Food + Love January 30, 2014 at 6:14 am

Rose + Beth this sounds amazing! What an awesome idea. I don’t know why I’ve never thought about fusing brownies and tiramisu together. Pure genius.

XO SHERRIE

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2 Rose | The Clean Dish January 31, 2014 at 3:06 am

Aw thanks Sherrie! You are so sweet 🙂

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3 Brandy @A Mindful Mantra January 30, 2014 at 7:00 am

Oh my gosh, these look gorgeous! Such a cute valentine’s day treat!

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4 Lori Delgado January 30, 2014 at 6:30 pm

These look so amazingly yummy and I can’t wait to make them. can you substitute the cashew flour & if so with what? Thanks

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5 Meg @ Beard and Bonnet January 30, 2014 at 8:07 pm

OMG!!! I need these…I actually want them in a way that is slightly ridiculous and I shouldn’t type about it…it just got real weird and I like it! Way to go Rose:) I am totally making these ASAP! Tiramisu brownie genius!

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6 ReneeP February 2, 2014 at 12:08 pm

OMG! Need I say more? I have been waiting for a healthy tiramisu that sounds this good! Will post back in a couple of days to let everyone know how well it came out.

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7 Mel February 3, 2014 at 10:30 am

Can you sub the applesauce for anything? I follow low FODMAP and apples are a no go.

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8 Lisa February 3, 2014 at 7:11 pm

Link doesn’t work to the clean dish, at least not on my ipad

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9 tastyyummies February 4, 2014 at 9:01 pm

Hmm I just checked both links and they both work. Maybe her site was down earlier today when you tried. Thanks for letting me know either way 😉

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10 Samantha February 6, 2014 at 9:34 am

Is that cinnamon dusted on top? I want to make these for my husband ASAP!

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11 Jena February 10, 2014 at 12:53 pm

I made these the other day, and my husband went out the next day to buy more cream cheese so I could make more! These are amazing!

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12 EyeCandyPopper March 22, 2014 at 2:17 pm

Sounds and looks delicious! Good job!

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