Rich & Fudgy Zucchini Brownies (vegan!)

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I fell love with zucchini at copper branch and wanted to try and them myself! You all know I have been on a quest the perfect for, well… a long time. These are of my new fav recipes for sure!!!


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15 Comments for Rich & Fudgy Zucchini Brownies (vegan!)

  1. eva touf on July 17, 2020: (Reply)

    First :DD

  2. Kpop Stuff on July 17, 2020: (Reply)

    I’m on the mission of making vegan stuff without my family knowing it because otherwise they would make fun of me & say it’s disgusting but this way they always tell me its delicious 🙂

  3. Mew-Mew cats on July 17, 2020: (Reply)

    Every mom: *INTERESTING*

  4. Liz Acosta on July 17, 2020: (Reply)

    I liked this before the intro even started you have NO idea how excited I am for this recipe. Thank you girl <3

  5. Jodi on July 17, 2020: (Reply)

    I’m genuinely having the worst week ever and this made me feel so much better. Thanks for all you do Liv, you’ve helped me more than you’ll ever know!

  6. abc def on July 17, 2020: (Reply)

    Hey there, just wanted to tell you that you should never put anything hot in you fridge. You wanna make sure it cools down to room temperature outside and then pop it in the fridge. A fridge is a reversed Carnot-machine, meaning that it is gonna warm up as soon as you put the hot meal into it. That’s bad because
    1.) You need a lot more energy to balance everything out.
    2.) The meals in the fridge will last less long because the cool chain gets interrupted (and only a minute of interruption really kills the food so fast, you wouldn’t belive it!).
    3.) Due to the heat the water in the fridge may condense and lead to huge ice chunks in the back of the fridge.

  7. Mel Ctk on July 17, 2020: (Reply)

    easier version to make a chocolate ganache in my opinion is to put a can of coconut milk into the fridge and melt the chocolate on the stove and when all the chocolate is melted just slowly add the coconut milk. i think that it cuts the process of putting the ganache into the fridge which can take some time before it cools down completety 🙂

  8. neme on July 17, 2020: (Reply)

    Liv I love your and your recipes’ realness ! I never ever doubt that you love what you make. Can’t wait to try these and share the results ! Thank you

  9. Chyna on July 17, 2020: (Reply)

    The timing of this video. We grow veggies in the backyard and we have big zucchinis.We were trying to figure out what to do with them. THANKS!

  10. Can't Think of a Username on July 17, 2020: (Reply)

    You shouldn’t really put something hot in the fridge as it is very bad for your fridge x

  11. Celina Norman on July 17, 2020: (Reply)

    Looks amazing! Love your channel as you really normalize eating all the foods you are feeling 🙂 Wether it be a sugar filled brownie (yum) or a dish full of veggies!!!

  12. Madeleine Lange on July 17, 2020: (Reply)

    Pro tip for making ganache: don’t heat the chocolate in the liquid, it might sink to the bottom of the pan and burn, meaning irreversibly turning to the constistency of toothpaste and tasting bad. Instead heat the liquid to a steam (not a full boil, again burning the chocolate) and pour it over your (chopped) chocolate. Let it sit for 2min and then start stirring until it comes together to a glossy heaven like wonder of chocolatiness. You are very welcome.

  13. katiegirl235 on July 17, 2020: (Reply)

    yasss!!! i once had the most amazing brownie ever in sacramento and it was zucchini! thank you for this recipe :)))

  14. abendrot on July 17, 2020: (Reply)

    looks really good! definitely gonna use less sugar though that is a shit ton lol

  15. svp50 on July 25, 2020: (Reply)

    Has anyone tried these with almond flour, or something other than all-purpose flour? Curious how it would turn out

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