Hot Chocolate 

Whole Life Kitchens' dark chocolate brownie mix 
| Good Taste   Cooking | Karen Palmer
Whole Life Kitchens' Dark Chocolate Brownies

Ham-mer Time

A lighter ham for Easter »

Brine of the Times

Three inspired spring pickle recipes »

The Investment Piece

A little bit of bottarga goes a very long way »
A more healthful alternative to the traditional boxed brownie pin-it

Our overall philosophy about indulgence: If you're going to go down that road, you may as well pick the best possible path.

As such, we wholeheartedly endorse Whole Life Kitchens' all-natural dark chocolate brownie mix ($10 for 13.5 ounces).

Sweetened with only organic coconut sugar, the brownies have a lower glycemic count than traditional versions. Additionally, the mix uses extra-brute, high-quality European cocoa powder, resulting in a richer brownie, as well as natural vanilla and non-GMO cornstarch.

We made the mix with coconut oil rather than butter, and the dense, fudge-like brownies had a tinge of both caramel and sweet coconut flavor, making them more complex than the usual from-the-box treats.

Whole Life Kitchens' website also recommends substituting Greek yogurt for water to produce an even creamier, tangier confection.

We like where they're heading.

Buy Whole Life Kitchens' Brownie Mix
Start Your Day With a Cocoa-Bean Smoothie
  • article-action-jsddm
    • jsddm-arrow
    • article-btns-ico0
    • article-btns-ico1
    • article-btns-ico2
    • Pin It
  • article-action-print
  • article-action-savetodo
  • article-action-forward
  • article-action-report
(required)
(required)
(required)
am-btn-send
X
Signup
Tasting Table Join