Friday, 26 September 2014

Protein brownies

The recipe for the healthy and protein packed brownies you've all been waiting for so long is finally here! They are moist, the chocolate flavor is so rich and they have a beautiful balance between the sour and the sweet!

Even though many people think of chocolate as an unhealthy thing and completely banish it from their diet, it's not necessarily true. In fact, dark and organic chocolate is so good for your body and soul. It makes you happy (not only because of the delicious taste) and decreases blood pressure, improves blood vessel health and cholesterol levels. It can even prevent heart diseases! Do you need any other reasons to start eating more chocolate?
I know I don't and you can get the chocolate feast started right now with this amazing recipe!

You'll need:

230 g or one can of kidney beans
1 scoop protein powder (can be left out)
1 ripe and mashed banana
30 g oats
20 g fiberHUSK (optional)
1 tsp baking powder
2 eggs
1 tbsp peanutbutter
1 tbsp coconutoil
80 g dark chocolate or 3 tbsp cocoa powder

Optional topping:

80 g almonds
100 g frozen raspberries

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius.
Blend the kidney beans with protein powder and a little milk to make it easier for your blender.
Transfer the mixture into a bowl.
Melt coconutoil, peanutbutter and chocolate over low heat. When it's melted, mix with all the other ingredients in the bowl with the bean-mixture.
Stir until it forms a liquid-like batter.
Grease a baking dish with coconutoil, pour in the batter and spread it out evenly.
Bake for 30-40 minutes.

While it's baking, take out the raspberries from the freezer and chop the almonds.
After 15 minutes of baking, the brownies are now ready for the toppings. Spread raspberries and chopped almonds all over and pour a little honey over it if you like.
Put it back into the oven and let it cook through.

Cut it into squares and serve with vanilla skyr!


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