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A sweet and fudgy treat for the entire family to enjoy. Since TruEats’s brownie mix accommodates gluten-free, vegan, and diabetic diets, there might be some competition for who gets to lick the batter spoon! Our brownie mix, like all of our products, is:
Erythritol, Chickpea Flour, Dutch Cocoa Powder, Almond Flour, Buckwheat Flour, Moong Dal Flour, Urad Dal Flour, Baking Soda, Cream of Tartar, Sea Salt, Xanthan Gum, Sunflower Lecithin, Natural Flavors, Monk Fruit Extract
TruEats ingredients are naturally: Gluten Free, Protein & Fiber Rich , Low Glycemic, Diabetic Friendly, Dairy Free, Soy Free, GMO Free, Plant-based & Vegan.
A legume that is a good source of plant protein and fiber and high in antioxidants and good fatty acids. Chickpeas, also known as Garbanzo Beans, are commonly used across the world in a multitude of global cuisines, including Mediterranean diets where they are used to make foods like hummus.
A seed, rich in protein and fiber, as well as a variety of antioxidants and other nutrients. Contrary to its suggestive name, Buckwheat is NOT a form of wheat. In fact, it isn’t a grain at all. This plant is commonly cultivated in Asia and can be used for a variety of culinary purposes.
A seed that provides a great amount of energy, proteins, minerals, vitamins and fiber. The almond is the edible kernel of the fruit of the sweet almond tree that is low in carbs but high in healthy fats, protein and fiber.
Moong Dal, alternatively known as mung bean or green gram, is a legume mainly cultivated in East Asia, Southeast Asia and the Indian subcontinent. It has a long history of food and medicinal use throughout Asia due to significant nutritional and health benefits.
Urad Dal (black lentil), is a legume that originated in India and has been cultivated since ancient times. It is one of the most highly prized pulses in India and is an excellent source of vitamins and minerals.
TruEats’ Sweetener, a blend of Monk Fruit and corn-based Erythritol, has no calories per serving and is a safe sugar substitute that’s Diabetic Friendly.
The Trueats Waffles are a great way for me to get fiber and protein in my kids' diet and not just empty calories.
- Joe G
We had the pancakes. The taste and texture were good. Knowing how healthy they were I was even a little surprised.
- Alex M
It was nice being able to eat pancakes as a family when you have gluten intolerant members.
- Steve C
My boyfriend is diabetic and he can finally enjoy brownies again! I love that Trueats has options for him.
- Emily K
If you thought brownies couldn’t get more delicious, try brownie cookies! These brownie cookies have a crunchy exterior with a soft middle and are topped with a rich nut butter frosting that is sure to be a crowd-pleaser. With an easy-to-follow recipe and simple ingredients that include pantry-staples like TrueEats Brownie Mix, you’ll be able to whip up the best homemade brownie cookies in no time. The Nut Butter Frosting is so creamy and takes just moments to mix, making it the perfect frosting for this sweet treat!
Brownie pops are a fun spin on the classic cake pop. This sugar-free version has a seriously delicious fudgy texture, smothered in melted chocolate and garnished with a few of your favorite toppings. This is a great recipe to make with the kids and will hold well in the fridge for up to a week. Whether you’re making these tasty brownie pops as an after school treat or wanting to bake up a big batch for a birthday party, this recipe creates the most mouth-watering brownie pops everyone is sure to love.
Mini brownie bundts are the perfect dessert for parties or events. This sugar-free and gluten-free version uses boiling water for a super moist interior. They are flavored with coconut oil and drizzled with a fudgy chocolate glaze for an extra dose of chocolate goodness. Brownie bundts can sometimes be tricky to perfect but with this easy-to-follow recipe, you’ll be surprised at how easy it is to make the most delicious brownie bundts with such a rich coconut chocolate glaze.