Raw SUPERFOOD Double Chocolate Fudge Brownie – THE BEST EVER!

Raw SUPERFOOD Double Chocolate Fudge Brownie – THE BEST EVER!

Superfood Double Chocolate Fudge Brownie

 

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When I first saw the recipe here, I thought “Yeah, another raw chocolate brownie.  I’ve made dozens of those.”  However, the DOUBLE CHOCOLATE FUDGE part enticed me to the DARK (chocolate) side and I had to try it.  I had all the ingredients and went to work “playing” (it isn’t working when creating delicious food in the kitchen to me).   I used a few different ingredients than what the original recipe called for. I used maple syrup instead of agave.  I used  NuNaturals stevia instead of the dates.  I could have used ground almonds, but I had some dehydrated hazelnut pulp (flour) from making hazelnut milk a few weeks ago and knew it would blend nicely with the chocolate flavor.   From my old baking days, hazelnuts and chocolate are complimentary partners!  So, in went the hazelnut flour. 

When I had the dough mixed, I tasted to make sure the flavors were right.  Holy FREAKING moly!  THIS WAS THE BEST RAW BROWNIE I had EVER had!  REALLY!  This is just my own personal opinion.  I have made a bunch of different recipes of raw brownies and tasted other peoples versions and this one SHINES with chocolatey and nutty delight!  I was so excited!  I said to Scott “You’ve GOT to try this!”  He is always so willing and obliging to try anything I create.   He took a bite and his eyes opened wide and he mumbled “HHUUUUMMM!!! This is FANTASTIC!”  I know!!!

If you don’t have all the ingredients, go ahead and make it anyways.  I don’t think it will take away from the overall tastiness.  I’ve never put tahini in a brownie recipe before and I loved the nuttiness from it.  All the ingredients just played beautifully together in this mix.  So, are you ready for this recipe?  * Sorry about some of the pictures – I took them at night and not the best lighting.*

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup desiccated or macaroon coconut flakes
  • 1 cup of almonds, ground ( I used hazelnut flour “dehydrated pulp”-ground)
  • ½ cup Tahini or raw almond butter
  • ¼ cup Lucuma powder
  • ¼ Maca Powder
  • ½ cup raw cacao powder
  • 6 drops of NuNaturals stevia or 1 cup chopped dates
  • ½ cup Grade B Maple Syrup
  • 3 scoops vanilla Sunwarrior protein powder
  • 1-2 HEAPING TB. raw honey
  • ¼ cup boiling water
  • ¼ cup raw cacao nibs
  • Tiny pinch of salt
    1. Combine all the ingredients in a food processor, except for the cacao nibs.
    2. Process until well combined into a dough – slightly sticky.  You want to be able to put some in your hand, squeeze and have it hold form.  At this point, I dumped the dough into a bowl and added the cacao nibs and mixed in by hand.  I like playing with my food when I can.  I can give it love this way when I am fondling it.  Just saying! :)

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  1. After nibs are good and mixed in, either roll into balls, form in a brownie tray, into a mini muffin pan or large heart shaped form.  Whichever shakes your fancy!

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I hope you get a chance to play around with this recipe and let me know what variations you come up with.  I can see several:  cinnamon, carob, mesquite, sweet dried cherries, etc.  Have fun with it and more fun EATING it! 

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8 Responses »

  1. Just made these! I had all the ingredients on hand except for the cacao nibs and the lacuma powder (which I never even heard of), and I used almond butter instead of tahini. I used dates and not stevia, and halved the syrup and left out the honey. It just seemed like an awful lot of sweetener to me. I increased the water to 1/2 cup but still managed to kill my crappy blender mixing them! It was the first and last time I ever used the food processor attachment, lol. Oh well. They came out great! They kind of remind me of my beloved Lara Bars, only better. I used mini muffin tins and got 22 out of the recipe. I’m going to take them to a party tomorrow and tell everybody it’s homemade fudge. :)

    • Hi Denise!
      Dates are rough on food processors – sorry about yours! Dates are pretty sweet for me so I opted to leave them out in my recipe version and added stevia. I want to try almond butter next time I make for a different variation. I am so glad they came out great for you and will share at party tomorrow. Have fun and share out blog to others who may want recipe. Keep in touch! :)

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