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  • april 20, 2018

    Header42018Chocolate and Cauliflower?

    If you’d told me a few years ago that cauliflower could make a brownie taste good…I would have likely chortled. But a lot has changed since “gluten-free” has become a way of life for so many. For starters, baked goods made without wheat no longer taste like a consolation prize. Bakers like Brittany Vellucci of Sweethearth Bake Shop are committed to making gluten-free desserts so delicious that instead of focusing on what’s missing you’ll want to know what it is, exactly, that makes them taste so darn good.

    SweetHearthVerlucci began experimenting with vegetables and herbs and was pleasantly surprised with the delicious flavor they contributed, and even more so by the beauty they brought. “Nature already provides us with some pretty sweet ingredients; it only makes sense trying to bake and decorate with as much as naturally possible,” she says. She makes a Roots & Seeds granola–a grain-free granola with seasonal vegetables, reduced added-sugars, and multiple ways to consume (try it on top of a cupcake!). She also makes French macaroon with fillings like beet and berry, or fennel and pistachio jam, cookies with mint and tarragon, and, of course, her brownies made with cauliflower puree, (incidentally, these passed the decadent brownie test with the entire – unsuspecting –  family). “We are looking to change the way you treat”, says Vellucci. “Indulgences can actually be good for you.”

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