Gluten-Free Brownies Recipe, Super Healthy with Matcha Oat

This gluten-free brownies recipe is processed brownies with the main ingredients of oat flour and matcha powder. This brownie dish does not contain milk and wheat flour. So it is suitable for those of you who are allergic to milk and are reducing gluten consumption.

This brownies recipe is suitable for implementing a healthy lifestyle because it does not use wheat flour and milk which are harmful to health. According to scientists, residual substances contained in cow’s milk have a negative impact on your health. These negative impacts include damaging the nervous system, immune system, and reproductive system.

Characteristics of Good Quality Matcha Powder

Matcha powder is one of the main ingredients in making matcha oat blondies brownies. To make your brownies more perfect, you should use good quality matcha powder. The following are some of the characteristics of good quality matcha powder, namely:

1. It has a Distinctive Aroma

Good quality matcha powder has a distinctive aroma when you inhale it. The aroma is identical to the smell of grass and very fragrant. The aroma of matcha powder comes from the content of the amino acid L-theanine which has been preserved in matcha powder. The stronger the matcha aroma, the more amino acids it contains. This indicates that matcha powder is original and healthy.

2. The Texture of Matcha Powder Feels Very Smooth

Good quality matcha powder has a very fine texture, due to the length of time in the mashing process. When you touch it with your fingers, the texture of the matcha powder is like baby powder or eye shadow which is very light and soft.

3. Natural Sweet Taste

Low-quality matcha powder usually leaves a bitter aftertaste in your mouth and throat when you consume it. While good quality matcha powder has a delicious taste and natural sweetness.

4. Dark Green Color

The short drying process of matcha leaves keeps the color dark green. The dark green color indicates the high content of amino acids in leaf chlorophyll. If you find the matcha powder a lighter green color, it means that the matcha powder has been stored for a long time, is of low quality, and is no longer fresh.

5. Not Easy to Clump

When you stir the matcha powder for about 15 seconds, the powder will immediately mix with the water. This indicates that the matcha powder has good quality.

Gluten-Free Brownies Recipe

Matcha Oat Blondies Brownies Recipe, Dairy Free and Gluten-Free

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Recipe by Delle Kitchen Course: Cake dan KueCuisine: IndonesiaDifficulty: Easy
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  • 1 tbsp matcha powder

  • 100 g oat

  • 30 g mocap flour

  • 70 g coconut sugar

  • 20 g cashews, coarsely chopped

  • 30 g dark chocolate, coarsely chopped

  • 50 g cocoa butter, melted

  • 30 ml coconut oil

  • 1 tsp vanilla paste

  • 100 ml unsalted soy milk

  • 1 tsp baking soda

  • 2 chicken eggs

  • 1/2 tsp salt


  • Place the melted cocoa butter, soy milk, coconut oil, free-range eggs, coconut sugar, vanilla paste, and matcha powder in a bowl. Stir until well blended.masukkan cocoa butter dll
  • Add the oat flour, baking soda, mocap flour, and salt. Stir again until smooth.tambahkan tepung oat dll
  • Pour the mixture into a tin that has been lined with baking paper.tuang adonan
  • Sprinkle chopped cashews and dark chocolate on the surface of the dough.beri mede dan coklat
  • Bake the dough in the oven at 175 degrees Celsius for 25 to 30 minutes. Don’t forget to preheat the oven. Remove the brownies from the oven, cut them into pieces and serve.potong brownies matcha oat blondies

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Nutrition Facts

1 servings per container

Serving Size1 pan

  • Amount Per ServingCalories1754
  • % Daily Value *
  • Total Fat 114.2g 176%
    • Saturated Fat 66.7g 334%
  • Cholesterol 349mg 117%
  • Sodium 2816mg 118%
  • Potassium 990mg 29%
  • Total Carbohydrate 141.6g 48%
    • Dietary Fiber 22g 88%
    • Sugars 22.9g
  • Protein 42.2g 85%

  • Calcium 16%
  • Iron 57%

* The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.