The brownie pictured above left is a flourless, refined sugar free (except for the chocolate chips I used...) recipe that whips up quickly in one bowl. We enjoyed it enough to make it more than once (note picture below of giant zucchini!), but decided to OMIT the nutmeg after the first time making it. Oddly enough, we either don't taste or don't mind the cinnamon at all.
Here's the recipe on "The Healthy Family and Home"
The brownie pictured above right is also refined sugar free, but contains gluten-free oat flour made in a food processor.
These are much more cake-like than the gooey-fudge like ones on the left. The little bits you can see in my picture are because I used chunky peanut butter. If we were serving dessert to company, I would choose this recipe. However, since this recipe requires the food processor for oats and a hand (or stand) mixer, I would whip up the recipe on the left for a quick family treat to use up some zucchini. I did sub the honey/agave for maple syrup and it turned out just fine.
Here's the recipe on "Ambitious Kitchen"
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