Dairy Free Chocolate Brownies

Have you ever had one of those days when nothing seems to be going your way and you just need something warm, gooey and chocolatey to try and get things back on track?

Read our disclosure policyIt’s on those kind of days that I head for the kitchen, switch on the oven and whip up a batch of these yummy dairy free chocolate brownies.

Oh and if you need a gluten free recipe you can use this one too, just switch out the flour for a gluten free variety, we’ve made them in the past and they taste just as good!

This chocolate brownie recipe is too good to miss. Craving to tummy in less than 30 Minutes!

Dairy Free Chocolate Brownies
Yields 9
A warm gooey chocolatey brownie that's perfect on its own or with vanilla ice cream. From craving to your tummy in less than 30 minutes!
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Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
20 min
Total Time
30 min
Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
20 min
Total Time
30 min
Ingredients
  1. 1/2 cup of dairy free margarine (or normal marg or buttery if you don't need it DF)
  2. 1 cup of light brown sugar (caster will do if that's all you have)
  3. 2 medium eggs
  4. 1/2 cup of cocoa powder
  5. 1/2 cup of self raising flour (or gluten free flour if needed)
  6. 3/4 teaspoon of salt
  7. 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
Instructions
  1. Pre heat the oven to 175C (347F).
  2. Melt the margarine in the microwave to soften it - I put mine in for 30 seconds at 600 watt. If you don't have a microwave you can skip this step, it's just my lazy way of making it easier to cream the margarine!
  3. Lightly beat the eggs then add those and the sugar to the margarine.
  4. Cream them together until light and fluffy.
  5. Now add in the cocoa powder, flour, salt and vanilla extract and stir to combine.
  6. Pour into a 8 inch square baking pan that you have lined with baking paper.
  7. Bake for 20 minutes.
  8. Leave to cool in the tin for 5 minutes and then flip it out onto a plate, peel away the baking paper and cut into 9 slices (or less if you prefer them bigger).
  9. Now sit down, put your feet up and enjoy that warm, gooey, chocolatey yumminess!
Notes
  1. I'm assuming you won't eat the whole 9 slices in one sitting so let the brownies cool completely and then store them in an airtight container and they'll stay fresh for three of four days (maybe longer but ours are always eaten by then!)
  2. I haven't labelled this as a kid friendly chocolate brownie recipe because there is quite a lot of sugar in them, but I confess that my kiddos are allowed a bite or two and they agree that these brownies are scrumptious!
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  • http://3dinosaurs.com/wordpress/ Cassie @ 3Dinosaurs.com

    Those look really yummy. My husband would be forever happy with them since he can’t have dairy.

  • http://scatteredsquirrel.com/ Alli

    Those looks sooo yummy Clare! I’m saving this recipe for the next school year. There is always at least one student who can’t have dairy in my son’s class, so I’m always on the hunt for recipes that all the kids can enjoy when it comes time for potluck parties or sharing birthday treats.

    • http://www.supermommyclub.com Clare

      Oh this will be perfect then so he doesn’t have to feel left out!

  • http://www.edsnapshots.com Pam Barnhill

    I now have a SERIOUS brownie craving going on here. These look wonderful.

  • http://www.dearcreatives.com/ Theresa @DearCreatives

    Those look so good. I’m pinning them so I can make the recipe later! Feel free to drop by and share your recipe at my weekly party if you like.

    • http://www.supermommyclub.com Clare

      I really hope you enjoy them Theresa, and I will definitely stop by and visit your party, thanks for the invite!

  • http://www.growitgirl.com Tiki

    I am a brownie lover it it’s great that these can be dairy and gluten free. I miss my sweet goodies but I’m starting to find more recipes.

    • http://www.supermommyclub.com Clare

      When I had to switch to dairy free I discovered a love for baking because it was easier and more enjoyable to make my own goodies than searching the store shelves for something I could eat and coming away disappointed!

  • http://brainpowerboy.com/ Sheila @ BrainPowerBoy

    Yes, yes, I do need something warm, gooey and chocolatey :) These would fit the bill!

  • http://www.hookedonheat.com Meena

    This looks absolutely delicious! And you might be wrong about not eating the whole thing in ONE sitting…

    • http://www.supermommyclub.com Clare

      Oh it is difficult to stop once you start eating them!

  • http://enchantedhomeschoolingmom.org/ Jill

    Brownies…mmmm…..getting this on my must try list!

  • http://www.redcottagechronicles.com Maureen

    What a great recipe to have on hand. With a lactose intolerant nephew, it be fun to have a sweet that he can dig into!

  • http://www.alifeinbalance.net/motivation-monday-linky-party-94/ Barb @ A Life in Balance

    These are super easy, Clare! I’m pinning these to my Homeroom Mom board and my allergy-friendly board.

  • http://onecreativemommy.com Heidi @ One Creative Mommy

    These look so yummy! We have allergies at our house, so I appreciate the allergy-friendly recipe! Pinned.

  • http://www.itsyummi.com/ Becca Heflin

    This is perfect for people with lactose intolerance! Awesome!

  • http://www.claytonfamilykitchen.com/ Kat Clayton

    These look amazing! One of my friends is DF and I always hate that I can’t make her a lot of my favorite desserts! Definitely going to try and make these for her. I think she will love them! Found your blog through the Caffeinated Crafters link party!

  • http://bigteethclouds.blogspot.com Joey Lynn Resciniti (@BTaC_blog)

    Those look good! I always get nervous when I swap out multiple ingredients, but I’m tempted to try these with the G-free flour.

    • http://www.supermommyclub.com Clare

      Go for it – a guy I used to work with was gluten free so I bought some GF flour to make these for a team meeting and everyone said they couldn’t even taste the difference!

  • http://www.itisakeeper.com Christina @ It’s a Keeper

    I love that these are dairy free! They look so chewy and yummy!

  • http://houseofbennetts.com Treana H

    You had me at dairy-free brownie! Dairy-free kids for the win!

  • http://www.dearcreatives.com/ Theresa

    Thanks for sharing this recipe and the other at the party. I am featuring you this week!

    • http://www.supermommyclub.com Clare

      Oh wow! Thanks Theresa I’m so glad you liked it enough to feature it :)

  • http://adayincandiland.com Candi

    This is a great recipe to have on hand. I have lots of friends with allergies.

  • http://rubyweightloss.com Judy Charlotte

    Dairy-free brownies. Exactly what I need.

  • http://www.momstestkitchen.com Jaime @ Mom’s Test Kitchen

    Is it wrong that I really would eat one of these for breakfast right now?? Your brownies look delicious Clare & I never would have guessed they were DF!

    • http://www.supermommyclub.com Clare

      ssh, don’t tell anyone but I took the photos at 9.30 in the morning and Master J may have stolen a bite! That’s practically breakfast right?

  • http://www.prudentwisdom.com/ Dana

    YUMMMY!!! Thanks for sharing on the Pintastic Pinteresting Party link up!!

  • http://zestysouthindiankitchen.com Swathi

    Delicious love that little ones enjoying it. Please drop and share recipe or craft to Hearth and Soul blog hop, every monday. I am pinning it.

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