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Flourless chickpea blondies with peanut butter and tahini

Flourless chickpea blondies with peanut butter and tahini Flourless chickpea blondies with peanut butter and tahini
These yummy chickpea blondies drizzled with white chocolate is one of my new absolute favorite treats! I know it might sounds a bit strange that they are made from chickpeas, but I promise you that you cannot taste it, they just taste like the yummiest indulgent blondies – not like a healthified version at all!! I am obsessed! They have the most perfect gooey moist texture and they are so full of flavour, I seriously cannot recommend these enough! The blondies are completely free from flour, refined sugar and butter + they are full of protein and goodness from the chickpeas, tahini and peanut butter. You will not regret giving these babies a try ❤︎

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Flourless chickpea blondies with peanut butter and tahini Flourless chickpea blondies with peanut butter and tahiniIngredients:
1 can of chickpeas
1 egg*
1/2 deciliter (0.2 cup) honey
3 tablespoons coconut oil
1 tablespoon tahini
1 deciliter (0.4 cup) peanut butter
1 teaspoon pure vanilla powder
1 deciliter (0.4 cup) coconut sugar
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/3 teaspoon baking soda

Optional: melted white chocolate to drizzle

*you should easily be able to replace the egg with either a flax or chia egg or simply a little water or almond milk.

Flourless chickpea blondies with peanut butter and tahini Flourless chickpea blondies with peanut butter and tahiniDirections:
Start by preheating your oven to 175 c / 350 f. Add the chickpeas, egg, honey and coconut oil to a food processor and pulse until completely smooth. Add the rest of the ingredients to the food processor and pulse until you have a smooth batter. Pour the batter into a brownie pan greased with a little coconut oil (mine is 20 x 20 cm.) and bake it at 175 c / 350 f for 25-30 minutes until it turns lightly golden and is almost baked throughout – I like to keep it just a bit gooey (like my brownies), otherwise they risk turning out dry. Allow them to cool a bit before cutting, drizzle the slices with a little melted white chocolate if you’d like and serve them while they are still a bit warm (that’s when they are the very best, but they are amazing cold as well), enjoy!

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