Raw brownie

May 1, 2010 at 12:51 1 comment

I love anything chocolate, so obviously I adore brownies! I’ve been feasting on a variety of cooked versions over the years, such as this one

But during the past year I’ve also been indulging in raw brownies! Yes admitted, they don’t taste exactly like normal brownies, but I really like them and think that you should just take them for what they are. Ooey-gooey chocolaty brownies 🙂

The best thing about these, is that they’re really fast to make and can therefore be whipped up right as the chocolate-craving sets in, and satisfy it without having to wait for baking and cooling.

You simply take two handfuls of walnuts and half a handful of cashews and blend up to walnut-meal. Add three tbsp of raw cacao powder and some vanilla powder, a tiny bit of salt and mix. Then you blend about 15-20 dates depending on the size of them, and finally you mix everything together in the blender. It should have a doughy texture by now. Mix in some more roughly shopped walnuts. Taste and add anything needed. When done, form into the shape of a cake, making it as thin or thick as desired. Eat!

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Entry filed under: Dessert, Recipes.

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  • 1. charskitchen  |  May 1, 2010 at 13:01

    wow, those look so cool and delicious, and i don’t think i’ve ever tried anything like them, so now im definitely going to make them! if you’re in need of some more recipes, i’d love to hear what you think of my stuff at http://www.charskitchen.wordpress.com
    thanks

    Reply

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