B-tempted Flourless Brownie with Sea Salt – Review | Champagne Twist

Brownies can be a minefield, even with the usual ingredients. So I was intrigued to try these great looking brownies by B-Tempted.

The generous 6-pack are flour-less and gluten-free, yet from the taste you wouldn’t know.  The brownies have a cute and neat oval shape, with the all important moist centre. It’s easy to eat a whole bag of these in one sitting, but better to share with friends as part of an afternoon tea time treat.

These brownies don’t leave that clawing sensation in the month, you feel when you’ve eaten too many rich chocolate cakes, which adds to their appeal. I can tell that the quality of chocolate used is very high, and the addition of sea salt really enhances the flavour.

B-tempted gluten-free flour-less chocolate brownies
B-tempted Flourless Brownie with Sea Salt

You do have to be a little careful transporting these home, as they are easily squashed, but what’s a few crumbs between friends? You can always make them in an impromptu desert such as Eton Mess, or just enjoy them as they are.

In short, this is a good brownie, and I was surprised that the 6 piece treat pack retails at only the £3.99 mark, as the quality far outweighs the price, especially for a gluten-free product.  If you’re having trouble finding gluten free brownies, may I suggest this one?

 

seasoning recipe - celery salt

Celery Salt – recipe

Hello everyone,

This is a quick recipe, because a) I like quick recipes, and b) it’s the recipe is a useful seasoning, which may help to reduce sodium intake.

I often use celery salt where recipes ask for ordinary salt, as I believe it gives an added flavour dimension in savoury dishes.  When you think about it, if a recipe asks for a teaspoon of salt, by using celery salt, you’re actually only using 1/3 of a teaspoon of salt, with the remainder made up of a herb. That’s got to be a good thing, right?

seasoning recipe - celery salt
Celery Salt – recipe by Champagne Twist Champagnetwist.wordpress.com

Celery Salt – recipe

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 cup celery seed
  • 1/4 cup sea salt

Method:

Now pay attention, this is where it gets complicated …

Mix the 2 ingredients in a bowl, until well combined. Pour the celery salt into a clean, sealable container. Done.

 

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