Raw Chocolate Fudge Brownies
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  • 2785 If you make any recipe from my blog, then it should be these raw chocolate fudge brownies
  • /1 cup almonds (you could use a mixer of almonds, pecans and walnuts too) – 30g/Quarter of a cup of cocoa powder and another 60g/half a cup of cocoa powder – 3 tbsp water – 4 tbsp shredded coconut – 150g/1 cup of pitted dates – 4 tbsp honey – 1 tbsp orange essence or juice from an orange (you could use mint or any other flavour you like, but I really like the combination of chocolate and orange. You could leave it out altogether as well. – 4 tbsp almond butter (you could use any nut butter you like). – 2 bananas 1) Put the almond, 30g/quarter of a cup of cocoa, coconut and dates in a food processor and process until it forms a crumb like consistency. Mix in the water. 2) Tip this mixture into a brownie pan and press down with your hands so it is packed down. 3) Put the rest of the cocoa, honey, orange essence, almond butter and bananas in a food processor until smooth. 4) Spread onto the pressed crumb mix and then put it in the freezer. 5) Whenever you want a bit, take it out of the freezer and cut a piece off and put the rest back in the freezer. You can eat it straight out of the freezer if you like the brownie to be a bit harder or if you want it softer, leave it for 5-10 minutes before eating. It is delicious either way.
  • Fat: 6.5
  • Sugar: 13.1



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