Easy Black Bean Brownies Recipe

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Today, Josh, Nicole, and Trevor are showing you 3 easy bean recipes you can make . Check out the recipes below! MK #17

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Time Stamps
Refried Beans – 0:52
Shakshuka – 5:05
Bean Brownies – 9:37
Nachos – 14:50

Refried Pinto Bean Nachos — Josh
* 1 can pinto beans
* 2 strips bacon
* ½ tsp garlic powder
* ½ tsp onion powder
* ½ tsp chili powder
* ½ cup water
* 1 bag salted tortillas chips
* ½ cup shredded yellow cheddar
* 2 Tbsp chopped white onion
* 2 Tbsp chopped pickled jalapenos
* 2 whole canned tomatoes
* 3 leaves spinach
* 1 tsp vinegar
* 1 scoop greek yogurt

1) Finely chop bacon. And add to a cold pan. Heat on medium and stir around until has completely rendered out then dump in the can of beans including the liquid. Add chili powder, onion powder, and garlic powder, and water and let cook for 3 minutes
2) Use a potato masher to smash the beans and stir until desired thickness has been reached. The beans should be pourable but will congeal when cooled. If the beans are too thick, add a tablespoon of water.
3) Finely chop whole canned tomatoes and add to a bowl with diced onion, diced pickled jalapenos, and finely chopped spinach. Add a pinch of salt and vinegar, then stir.
4) Assemble chips on a large serving plate.
5) Heat a nonstick skillet on medium heat and throw in shredded cheddar. Stir around with a spoon until melted then pour directly on chips.
6) Add refried beans, salsa, and a scoop of Greek yogurt or sour cream, or whatever you got!

Garbanzo Bean Shakshuka — Nicole
* 2 Tbsp vegetable oil
* 1 can drained garbanzo beans
* 1 can tomato paste, save some liquid
* 2 cloves chopped garlic
* 1 bag frozen veggies, like peppers and onions
* 1 teaspoon red pepper flakes
* Cayenne pepper, cumin, salt and pepper
* 5 eggs, cracked
* Parsley, for garnish

1) Heat oil in a large skillet on medium heat. When the oil shimmers and moves freely across the pan, add your garlic and chili flake and sautee for one minute, until fragrant.
2) Add tomato paste into the pan and stir until a jammy mixture forms.
3) Add frozen veggies, diced tomatoes. garbanzo beans. cayenne, cumin, salt, and pepper, and stir. Stew the mixture down until it looks slightly thicker than an italian tomato sauce, about 5 minutes.
4) Use a wooden spoon to make 5 small wells in the tomato mixture, then crack an egg into each well and cover the pan with a lid.
5) Allow the eggs to steam for about 5 minutes, just until the whites are set and the yolk is still fudgy.
6) Garnish with dried parsley. Serve with toast.

Black Bean Brownies — Trevor
* 1 15oz can Black beans drained and rinsed
* ¼ cup maple syrup
* ⅓ cup melted butter
* 1 tsp vanilla extract
* ¼ cup sugar
* ¼ cup powder
* ½ tsp powder
* ¼ tsp salt
* 2 eggs
* ¾ cup chocolate chips
* ½ tsp nutmeg

1) Preheat oven to 350F
2) Drain and rinse 1 15oz can of black beans and put into gallon size plastic food storage bag then use a rolling pin (or an old wine bottle, or even a hot sauce bottle!) to mash the beans into a fine paste.
3) If any bean chunks remain, squeeze beans out of the bag onto a cutting board and scrape with flat side of a knife until smooth.
4) Put mashed beans into bowl with butter, maple syrup, vanilla, sugar, cocoa powder, baking powder, salt, eggs, and nutmeg and whisk together until combined. Then, fold in chocolate chips with spatula.
5) Spread batter into greased 8×8 pan and at 350F for 25 minutes. If you can resist, allow to cool at room temp for 15 minutes before slicing and serving.

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14 Comments for Easy Black Bean Brownies Recipe

  1. moonmanstan 01 on April 23, 2020: (Reply)

    I love how Josh’s sentimental moment was just completely disregarded lol

  2. Xan Ward on April 23, 2020: (Reply)

    can we all agree that quarantine is josh’s best haircut

  3. Kelli Barnes on April 23, 2020: (Reply)

    Someone get Trevor some Kitchen tools

  4. Blubx on April 23, 2020: (Reply)

    You know what would be a great idea?
    Josh cooking and instructing rhett or link or any crew member via a video call! That way, Josh doesn’t have to spork them because they can spork themselves! Its a quarantine sporking!

  5. Austin Stevens on April 23, 2020: (Reply)

    Mythical: *makes a cooking show*

    Josh: *teaches proper nacho etiquette*

  6. Ms Ren on April 23, 2020: (Reply)

    Are we sure that Trevor isn’t just a Josh-clone who was forced to have plastic surgery so he didn’t resemble Josh too much?

  7. Dakotacrans95 on April 23, 2020: (Reply)

    “my right arm is bigger than my left, I think it’s from cooking” – Josh

  8. Mostly Marshmallow's Extremely Short Narrations on April 23, 2020: (Reply)

    Trevor: Has been through culinary school

    Also Trevor: Doesn’t have a rolling pin

  9. katt cofer on April 23, 2020: (Reply)

    Nicole needs to put a GoPro on her microwave so we can see her cooking

  10. Dan Schieltz on April 23, 2020: (Reply)

    After all the brand taste tests, Kroger finally sponsors an episode of a GMM channel…

  11. Nicholas Hogan on April 23, 2020: (Reply)

    “if your oven isn’t hot, you can’t cook things”
    *mind blown*

  12. debrahamz on April 23, 2020: (Reply)

    Josh: *makes a joke about husbands being tubs of lard*
    Me: *realises I am the tub of lard of this household*

  13. Angela Bernhardt on April 23, 2020: (Reply)

    I actually really appreciate seeing them at home making stuff without the benefit of a fancy fully-equipped work kitchen and having to make do with what they have because I sure don’t have a food processor or a rolling pin at home. Definitely makes it more relatable and makes me want to actually try the recipe a little more cause, I’ll be honest, the second someone hauls out a food processor I’m like ‘nope.’

  14. soaresj27 on April 23, 2020: (Reply)

    You guys literally missed the opportunity to call it Quaranbean recipes.

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