Gluten-Free Brownies Mix

Gluten-Free Brownies Mix
I have several gluten-free friends which means dessert time can be precarious. A gluten-loving guest will inevitably bring a beautiful pie or cookies for dessert, and my gluten-free friends are left looking a little sad.

“Here, want some fruit?”, I’ll offer. Not much of a consolation prize.

Thankfully, I have just been introduced to Paka Baking Mixes. They offer a large variety of healthier alternative dessert mixes that are low in sugar, high in protein and high in fiber. Some of the baking mixes are gluten-free as well!

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I’ve just baked up a batch of their Cookies & Cream Brownies and they were a hit! In fact, I had to hide the tray of brownies as my gluten-eating friends were devouring them and I wanted to make sure there were some left for my gluten-free peeps!

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The Paka Baking Cookies & Cream Brownie Mix is a gluten free, brownie loaded with 6 grams of fiber and 5 grams of protein. The delicious taste of cookies and cream can be served warm and fresh with only 4 net carbs per serving. Each 12.2 oz. box makes 16 bars.

These brownies are also low in carbs as they use Kakato™ Sweetener. Whereas most baking mixes load up on sugar, Paka baking mixes uses Kakato™ sweetener as its sugar substitute. This allows for a teeth friendly, prebiotic, low glycemic index, and fiber sweetener sugar substitute to give you the sweetness you crave from sugar without all the negatives of sugar.

The brownies are easy to mix up and you’ll need two eggs, butter and some water. They bake in about 13-15 minutes max.

 

The Paka Baking Mixes are available online for purchase. They currently offer Free Shipping with orders of $35 or more.  }

 

* This post is sponsored by Paka Baking Mixes but the content and opinions expressed are that of my own. There are also affiliate links in this article. 

 

 


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