I have a friend who uses almond flour. Started looking out there for a good dessert when we were invited to a dinner. So I found a brownie recipe!
3/4 cup unsweetened cocoa
2 cups splenda
1 1/2 cups almond flour (almond meal)
1 T vanilla
1 8 oz bar of fat free or regular cream cheese
You can also squirt a blob of sugar free hershey for more flavor.
Mix and put in pan at 350 degrees and bake for 30 minutes.
If you want a really indulgent brownie have a go at these:I tried this recipe and I have to admit I really didn't like it. It was really dry and mealy. To me it's not actually a brownie recipe as much as a modified cheesecake. A friend who sampled it suggested adding a can of cherries, drained and rinsed and pureed, for moisture.
Also, I really tasted a Splenda aftertaste. Maybe I need to experiment with half sugar/half Splenda recipes or just reducing the sugar.
Using another artificial sweetener helps with the off flavors too . . . I usually mix a little erythritol with sucralose. DH has taken himself off sucralose, testing if it could be the cause of a little kidney disfunction he's had (he used to use tons of the stuff), and he now mixes saccharine with erythritol for his coffee. A tweak I found for him which seems to help reduce the ungodly amounts of sweetening he thinks he needs, is to add a few grains of salt too.Also, I really tasted a Splenda aftertaste. Maybe I need to experiment with half sugar/half Splenda recipes or just reducing the sugar.