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Healthified no-bake brownie bites

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I have been so excited to share this brownie recipe with you as it is one of my new favorite desserts! These brownie bites are completely nut-free, dairy-free + they contain no flour or refined sugar either! :D I think it will be my new go-to dessert when having people over, since it taste so indulgent that no one will know that it is actually a healthified version of brownies, which perfect if your friends or family aren’t quite onboard with raw and healthified desserts yet.

I am serving them for my parents and sister tonight along with some homemade vanilla ice-cream (first timing making it on my own, fingers crossed that it turns out well!) and fresh strawberries, yuuum!

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Brownie bites:
1.5 cup raw oats
1 cup dates
1/4 cup dark chocolate chips or chopped dark chocolate
4 tablespoons cacao powder
2 tablespoons coconut oil, melted
5 tablespoons ricemilk, almond milk or water
1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla powder

Chocolate frosting:
2 tablespoons coconut oil, melted
2 tablespoons dark chocolate chips or chopped dark chocolate
1 tablespoon akacia honey or agave
4 tablespoons cacaopowder

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Directions:

  1. Start by adding the oats to a food processor and pulse until it have turned into a fine flour. Then add in the rest of the brownie ingredients and pulse until everything is well mixed and has turned into a thick, sticky batter.
  2. Pour the batter into a square container lined with baking paper or plastic foil, make sure to press it down and let it set in the fridge or freezer for a couple of hours.
  3. While the brownie batter sits in the fridge you can start making the chocolate frosting. To make the chocolate frosting you simply whisk all the ingredients together and pour it onto the brownie batter: It needs to set in the fridge or freezer for about 15-30 minutes before you can cut it. When the frosting have set, cut it into 16 little brownie bites and it is ready to be served, enjoy!

Note: Store it in the fridge until serving.

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2 Comments

  • olefine

    It was good, but the coconut taste was a bit too much for me. What oils can i switch it with?

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    • amillionmiles

      Sorry to hear that, you can just use unflavored coconut oil instead – it is of course processed, but you can still reap a lot of the health benefits :)

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