Healthy Banana Brownies - Christmas Dessert

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Best Chocolate Banana Brownies – NO refined SUGAR, NO BUTTER, NO FLOUR! A Recipe you have to try – it really tastes amazing!

Step 1: ​INGREDIENTS (for 12 Brownies):

  • 1 banana
  • 10 dates
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tbsp coconut oil
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 15g cocoa
  • 30g blended oats
  • 40g chocolate (70%)
  • 30g raspberries

+ snow – coconut flour :o)

Step 2: BROWNIES MIX

  1. In a large bowl beat 2 eggs.
  2. Blend 1 banana and 10 dates (remove pit) until very smooth creamy texture. This will make brownies sweet
  3. Place the blended mix into the bowl with eggs. Add coconut oil, baking powder, cocoa and blended oats. Whisk it all together.

Step 3: BAKE

  1. Preheat oven to 180°C
  2. Place the baking paper inside a pan and pour the mixture inside it. Bake for 20min.
  3. While baking, place 70% chocolate in a heatproof bowl over a saucepan of heating water (be careful for the bowl not to touch the water). Stir with a spoon until melted. Leave it to cool.

Step 4: SERVE

Serve brownies with raspberries, melted chocolate and make it snow with coconut flour! ^^

NUTRITION FACTS (per 1 brownie):

  • Calories ………….. 90 kcal
  • Protein …….......… 2,5 g
  • Total Carbs ……..... 14 g
  • Total Fat ……...……. 4 g

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Making Brownies + Ballerina cook + Nutcracker music = A healthy dessert made with love, Merry Christmas & enjoy this recipe video! ^^

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    amyalternate

    1 year ago

    I have made these a two dozen times, 2nd best recipe I have ever found on the internet. But, I made some changes. First, I double the recipe, so they are thicker and well, more is better. I add 4 fat tablespoons coconut oil, instead of 2. I use 40 grams blended oats and 20grams coconut flour or hazelnut flour. I add 1 teaspoon chia seeds. Instead of melting chocolate and drizzling, I toss in some chocolate chips. I add 1 tsp vanilla and 1/8th teaspoon cloves, for some spice and healthy molecules. Don't add more than 1/8th! 355 degrees for 25-27 minutes.

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    SpinEatreginaann

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thank you so much, they are very delicious! :))))

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    mickeyaaaa

    1 year ago

    replace the eggs with flax seed (google flax seed egg replacement) and you have a truly healthy (& 100% plant based) recipe!

    Also, why not skip the chocolate (which is full of dairy & fat) with more cocoa powder and add another banana for sweetness?

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    VaneeGmickeyaaaa

    Reply 1 year ago

    what measure of flax seeds to be used?

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    mickeyaaaaVaneeG

    Reply 1 year ago

    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=flax+seed+egg+replacement

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    unanw1mickeyaaaa

    Reply 1 year ago

    actually, cooking chocolate usually doesn't have dairy. That is unsweetened block chocolate. Also there is quite a few dark chocolates that you can get in food co-ops, Whole Foods, Trader Joe's, Sprouts and other local health food stores.

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    NitsyM1

    1 year ago

    Liking the flax seed replacing eggs idea. This seems very close to a CLIF BAR recipe. I'm always trying new / homemade ideas for the backpacking instead of "instant food".

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    unanw1

    1 year ago

    Thank you for providing a dairy free dessert recipe. I am always looking for dairy free because I am allergic to anything that comes from a cow.

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    krkdeeunanw1

    Reply 1 year ago

    Hello! I read that Goat instead of Cow is suppose to be good for cow intolerance. Happy New Year!

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    unanw1krkdee

    Reply 1 year ago

    Yes, I can eat both Goat and Sheep products.

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    SpinEatEstouslee

    Reply 1 year ago

    You bake them for 20min on 180°C :)

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    SpinEat

    1 year ago

    You're welcome, I am glad you like it, and I'll think more about dairy free recipes for future :))

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    redknitter

    1 year ago

    I have oat flour -- will that work, or should I blend some oatmeal?

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    SpinEatredknitter

    Reply 1 year ago

    Yes, that's it! Even better, no blending required ;) :D

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    snarfey

    1 year ago

    Quick question: what are blended oats? Looks delish by the way. :)