Vegan dark chocolate brownies
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Vegan dark chocolate brownies Recipes
Vegan Dessert Recipes
These super indulgent and dense salted dark chocolate brownies pieces are very helpful when your sweet tooth strikes and now you don’t have to worry about having just a bitesize, because this recipe has undergone a healthier version makeover. So, cut yourself a big square of this easy to become your obsession recipe.
You can’t even taste the avocado!
Don’t be hesitant to add avocado as the avocado taste doesn’t come through because chocolate is such a strong flavour that it masks the avocado!
Chocolate is one of the few foods that taste awesome while providing significant health benefits.
Dark chocolates typically contain some sugar, but the amounts are usually small and the darker the chocolate, the less sugar it will contain.
- Dark chocolates typically contain some sugar, but the amounts are usually small and the darker the chocolate, the less sugar it will contain.
- Dark chocolate improves several important risk factors for disease improving insulin sensitivity.
- Quality dark chocolate is rich in fibre, iron, magnesium, copper, manganese and a few other minerals.
Choose quality stuff — dark chocolate with 70% or higher cocoa content. It’s Cacao powder, not cocoa powder!
Cacao powder and cocoa powder are very similar, the only difference being that cocoa is processed at a much higher temperature (and often packaged cocoa contains added sugar and dairy).
Let me tell you their story before they are packaged to reach our store shelves.
Cacao and cocoa are both born in the same family of cacao plant; both are beans no gender disparity. After the grow and mature they are separated from the fatty part – cocoa butter (I wish humans could get that done!)
Now comes the part where they get ready to enter the real world. So these siblings are separated, some of them are fermented to develop flavour and texture. While the other lot is fermented and roasted instantly on high temperature and resultantly lose some of the nutritional value.
However, the ones which were allowed to develop flavour and texture are spared from high processing, it is just milled into a powder that’s higher in nutrition and richer, bitter in taste.Like how you appoint more experienced, highly matured and organically work upon individuals to delegate your work and grow your business.
That is the way you should approach your grocery shopping list buy value additions and not additives.
8 oz. (220g) +70% dark chocolate, chopped
3 tbsp. coconut oil
2 ripe avocados
1 cup (200g) coconut palm sugar
2 flax eggs
1 tsp. vanilla extract
¾ cup (75g) almond meal
¼ cup (30g) unsweetened cocoa powder
½ tsp. baking powder
½ teaspoon sea salt
½ cup (50g) walnuts, chopped
To make one flax egg mix 1 tbsp. flaxseed meal and 2 ½ tbsp. water. Let it rest for 5 mins to thicken.
HOW TO MAKE A FLAX EGG:
Preheat oven to 350°F (175°C).
Line a 8x8-inch baking pan with baking paper.
Place the coconut oil and chopped chocolate in a medium size heatproof bowl. Place the bowl over a pot of lightly simmering water. Stir the chocolate and coconut oil until they are completely melted.
In a large bowl, mash avocado and then stir in the chocolate mixture. Whisk in the sugar, then add in the flax eggs and vanilla extract, mix well.
Next add in the cocoa powder, almond meal, baking powder and salt, mixing until just combined (do not overmix). Finally, stir in chopped walnuts.
Spread the batter into the prepared baking tin and place it in the middle of the oven. Bake for about 25 to 30 minutes until the middle is set.
Let completely cool on a rack and cut into 12 squares.
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