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Old 03-26-2015, 23:44   #1
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I received this recipe in my email box tonight. It looks good, but I don't have a 'brownie bite' pan. I wonder if it could be made in a regular 9 x 13 pan?

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You probably could, but you would have to cut them very small to match the brownie bite pan and that could be problematic keeping them consistent in size. You could cut them larger if you wanted I suppose but then the carb count is higher. I have a mini muffin pan (30 count) that I think would work. I just don't have any chia seeds at this point.

This does look yummy!!

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The recipe says a mini-muffin pan works too.




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If I used the mini muffin pan, I wonder if they would stick to the pan? I'm infamous for making stuff that is impossible to get out of the pan without a pick and chisel. I just reread the recipe and it calls for coconut oil to grease the pans, but that never seems to work for me - hence the previous comment.

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What about coconut oil spray?

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Strawberry, you can use butter too to grease the tin. Way down at the bottom of the recipe it says:

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*Notes: If brownies don't release easily, place in freezer for about 15 minutes before removing from pan.
I've never done this before, but it sounds like the author has had your problem before.

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Strawberry, you can use butter too to grease the tin. Way down at the bottom of the recipe it says:



I've never done this before, but it sounds like the author has had your problem before.
That might work. My mini muffin pans are ancient and just plain aluminum. Years ago I used to make pecan tarts with a cream cheese base. They were tasty but really fussy to remove from the pan without breaking them.

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Thanks for posting the recipe, they do look yummy

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What about coconut oil spray?

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Did not know that coconut oil came in a spray?

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It's in the same place with the spray Pam. I keep a supply of the spray coconut oil after I noticed that it was available.

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