Brownie Pie 

  This brownie pie is one of my sons favorite. A rich chocolate brownie topped with a scoop of chocolate almond milk ice cream, and drizzled with chocolate syrup. It doesn’t get any more chocolatey than that! This dessert is easy to make and a sure way to put a smile on any face! 

I use Pamela’s gluten free chocolate brownie mix. All the ingredients are organic and free of ingredients to avoid, with the exception of one; Soy Lecithin. Unfortunately, soy lecithin is in most all package products but it is usually a very small quantity. And remember, unless you have an actual soy allergy, the poison is always in the dose. I make sure that if my son has this dessert, he does not consume any other food containing soy lecithin. 

For this dessert, I use SO Delicious dairy free chocolate almond milk frozen dessert. But feel free to use whatever you’d like! My son and I recently tried SO Delicious cashew milk frozen dessert and all I can say is Oh My!! Snickerdoodle is our favorite with salted carmel cluster as a close second. 

The final touch… A drizzle of Santa Cruz organic chocolate flavored syrup. Enjoy!


  1. Pamela’s Gluten Free Chocolate Brownie Mix 
  2. 1/2 cup of oil
  3. 1 large egg
  4. 1/4 cup of water 
  5. SO Delicious dairy free Chocolate Almond Milk frozen dessert 
  6. Santa Cruz Organic Chocolate Flavored Syrup


  1. Preheat oven to 350•
  2. Lightly grease round pan (10 x 12)
  3. Whisk together the oil, egg, and water
  4. Add the brownie mix and fold together until the batter is moist
  5. Pour the batter into the greased pan
  6. Bake for 16-20 mins (using the toothpick test; no crumbs) 
  7. Let the brownie cool for at least 30 mins and then cut into 8 slices 
  8. Top with a scoop of almond milk frozen dessert and drizzle the chocolate syrup 

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