Looking For a Healthy Brownie Recipe? Try These

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FUDGE BROWNIES!!! but with 2 ingredients you would never think of 🙂 Hey friends this week we are baking and we are dealing it in fudge style. xo DC


1 1/2 Cups Black
1 Egg
1/2 Cup Oats or Gluten Free Flour
2 Tbsp Cacao or Cocoa
1/3 Cup Honey
1/3 Cup Coconut Sugar (or add extra honey)
2 tsp baking
1 Tbsp White Miso Paste
1/4 Cup Coconut Oil
1 tsp Vanilla Extract

100g Dark Chocolate, melted

1. Preheat oven to 350 F (170 degrees C.)
2. In order as they come pop all these tasty ingredients into a Vitamix or food processor and blitz until combined
3. Grease a square 8” tin butter or extra coconut oil and using a spatula transfer that amazing mix into it.Smooth it out and push it all to the edges so it cooks evenly
4. Bake in the middle of the oven for 20-25 minutes or until knife comes out clean. Allow to cool for 10 minutes before slicing into squares. Finish drizzling with melted

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10 Comments for Looking For a Healthy Brownie Recipe? Try These

  1. Will William on April 6, 2017: (Reply)

    A healthy brownie! Perfect Mmmmmm 😛

  2. devPire on April 6, 2017: (Reply)

    Love the recipe a lot ! Thanks @Dan a lot!!! ❤???❤

  3. TSS NCS on April 6, 2017: (Reply)

    Great video

  4. belizeguy on April 7, 2017: (Reply)

    Dan.  You have made my day.  I can do this.  Miso paste is the only hard bit to get.  Headed to Merida next week, so I will find it.  Thanks.

  5. 1024specialkay on April 7, 2017: (Reply)

    trying this this weekend!

  6. xoxoxoxoxoxox on April 7, 2017: (Reply)

    wow this looks really yummy!

  7. Eline Nijboer on April 8, 2017: (Reply)

    okay, not the most conventional ingredients for a fudge brownie with the miso paste and black beans, but I think I might give it a go some time soon. since it was my birthday last weekend and I still have to celebrate it 🙂

  8. Christine De Jesus on April 9, 2017: (Reply)

    mmm salt and sweet flavour is my favourite combination. it also looks good. nom nom nom

  9. Cristina Alleyn on April 10, 2017: (Reply)

    Are the beans cooked or just soaked before putting them in the blender?

  10. Jennifer R. Maxwell on April 11, 2017: (Reply)

    These look amazing! Constantly trying to find great recipes without wheat (especially for the kiddos), so this is right up my ally! Who would’ve thought miso paste?! Any specific kind? Red bean? White bean? Does it matter? Can’t wait to try these! 😀

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