Rocky Road Brownies Gluten-Egg-Dairy-Free were easy to make.
Rocky Road Brownies Gluten-Egg-Dairy-Free
Fall time means that your children are back in school, and the holiday season is quickly approaching. Who doesn’t enjoy a good brownie as a sweet treat? I want brownies because of the chocolatey goodness that comes from them. Krusteaz is a brand that I have used their flour and other baking mixes with a good result. King Aruther is another brand that is good to use. That is what is used here. You can use any brand of brownie mix that you find that is gluten-free in your area or bake them from scratch.
This mix came with chocolate chips in the mix. All you need to add is water, oil, and an egg.
If you are Vegan or have an allergy to eggs, you can use Just Eggs as your egg substitute. You need to know that if you sometimes use an egg substitute, you need to add more fat to your recipe. This recipe called for 1/3 cup of oil. I poured it a little above a third of a cup of oil to compensate for the egg substitute.
In a mixing bowl, I had the brownie mix, oil, water, and egg (substitute) in the bowl. With a spoon, I mixed the batter until it was well mixed. I live above 5,000 feet, so I had to adjust for the altitude. I had to add 1/3 cup of corn starch. Once I added the corn starch, the batter seemed to be more brownie-like. If you live above 5,000 feet, you should have corn starch in your pantry for baking.
Alternatives to the Mix
I used a glass pan, so I had to add 5 minutes to the baking time. Set the minute timer for half of the time and put the brownies in the oven to start baking. Halfway through the baking process, I pulled the brownies out of the range. I then added marshmallows and walnuts to the brownies. Get out the half cup measuring cup out for the marshmallows to spread them all around the top of the brownie pan. I filled the half cup almost full of walnuts then poured them over the top of the brownies. I took a handful of marshmallows from the bag to sprinkle them on top of the brownies. Put them back into the oven to finish the baking process.