Here are some nice recipes for brownies. 4 Ingredient Easy Vegan Brownies (Minimalist Baker)
Chocolate is very toxic to dogs (including white chocolate, it has too much fat) as are many other sweet foods including raisins, coffee, nuts (inc.macadamia, pecans etc), nutmeg and mace. Use a letterbox guard for online orders.
Never have the sweetener xylitol near pets, just a few tiny crumbs from baked goods can be lethal (also found in gum and some toothpastes). Keep them away, and give them an extra dog biscuit, while you enjoy your homemade bakes.
- Just Wholefoods Organic Brownie Mix
- Mint Chocolate Brownies (Full of Plants)
- Extra Fudgy Vegan Brownies (Full of Plants)
- No-Bake Vegan Chocolate Mousse Brownies (Full of Plants)
- Vegan Blondies
Chocolate & Walnut Bottled Brownie Mix
This chocolate & walnut bottled brownie mix is unique in that it’s not just vegan, but sold in a glass bottle, so easy to recycle. All you need is 200ml vegetable oil and 100ml water. The brownies feature rich Belgian dark chocolate for a yummy brownie (layers may settle in the post, so shake the bottle firmly to empty the contents out). The mix makes around 16 slices. Also as 2 bottles with a 12 month shelf life from when made, so around 10 minutes. Instructions are included on the bottle tags.
Nummy Brownies to Your Door
Nummy makes brownies to your door, all made with real organic ingredients, in biodegradable boxes. Made with dark chocolate and natural sweeteners, the 8 brownes in one box are ideal for sharing. Handmade with love, keep in the fridge and eat within 14 days. Best served at room temperature. The range includes:
- Raspberry & Dark Chocolate
- Coconut Brownies
- Salted Caramel & Peanut
- Salted Caramel & Biscuit
- The company also makes Peanut Butter Cookies and a range of delicious vegan donuts.