Posted by: maureenc | April 17, 2014

Raw food: Fudgy Brownies

A short while back I blogged a recipe for “Best ever 10 minute Fudgy Brownies

Today I finally got around to trying the recipe myself!

No maple syrup so I used the old Aussie standby “Golden Syrup”.

No photos yet, as I’m waiting for the tray of goodies to set in the refrigerator; and then I’ll edit and add a pic.

But it was so quick and easy to make–well within  the 10minute time limit.

Fudgy brownies

Fudgy brownies

 

Now to find a try some vegan recipes for the weekend! I make a wicked Vegetable Lasagne, but I want something different:

Maybe some vegetarian pasties if the weather stays cool. I already have some yummy Vichyssoise made  but it’s waiting for me to make a loaf  of crusty  bread  to accompany it.   Off to hunt through my recipe books.

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Responses

  1. I love fudgy brownies. So nice to see that yours are quite unprocessed. I love them of all sorts but one day I would like to try Nutella brownies! Sometimes I find brownies a little hard to eat as they can be very heavy and filling. Didn’t know it only takes about 10 minutes to make them 🙂

  2. Delicious and quick – can’t go wrong but I’m not baking at he moment because I’m dieting and can’t control myself if I have such naughtiness in the house!

  3. Mabel, one two inch square of this is sufficient for me. I am hoping my visitors eat the rest! I must find that Nutella recipe!

  4. The brownies link doesn’t work.

    • •1 c walnuts
      •1 c + 3 extra medjool dates
      •5 T cocoa powder
      •4 T shredded, unsweetened coconut
      •2 T maple syrup
      •1/4 t salt
      •1/2 t vanilla

      icing:
      •3 T coconut oil
      •2 T maply syrup
      •2 T cocoa powder
      •pinch salt
      •1/2 t vanilla

      In a food processor, process walnuts until it is small crumbs. Add remaining ingredients and process until it mostly comes together into a ball. Press into a 6×8 or 7×7″pan and place in fridge.

      Mix icing ingredients in a small bowl and spread over brownies. Slice into squares. Keep in fridge for up to 5 – 7 days.

      Get creative and add peanut butter, cinnamon, orange zest, or anything else that you want!

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