RAW CHOCOLATE BROWNIES

I think these photos speak for themselves, but in case you don’t speak the language of amazing raw chocolate brownie photos let me translate for you:  THESE BROWNIES ARE BONKERS DELICIOUS!!!!!  AND AS FAR AS TREATS GO, HEALTHY!!  YOU SHOULD MAKE THEM!  Well then, I think that covers it.  No-bake chocolate brownies that are healthy and crazy delicious.  There’s nothing left unsaid!  xx-  Sarah

RAW CHOCOLATE BROWNIES

Yields approximately 8 small brownies

Ingredients

1 cup cashews (soaked for a minimun of 3 horus)

1/2 cup macadamia nuts (soaked for a minimum of 3 hours)

1/3 cup chopped hazelnuts

2 tablespoons unrefined coconut oil

2 tablespoons pure raw honey (I used once again killer bee raw organic honey) sub maple syrup for vegan

4 tablespoons cacao powder + more for dusting

 

Method

- Soak cashews and macadamia nuts in water for a minimum of 3 hours and drain.

- Combine nuts, honey, coconut oil, and cacao powder in high powered blender and blend until smooth (use a spatula to scrape down the sides and add to mixture, blend until all is combined!)

- Spread evenly into half of a 7×10 pan, using your hands to press it into the pan.

- Refrigerate for at least two hours to set before cutting.

- Dust with cacao powder and garnish with 1/3 cup chopped hazelnuts.  Cut into squares and serve.

- Store in refrigerator.

Notes

*Add additional honey to taste if you prefer a sweeter brownie.  

*Double brownie recipe if you’d like to fill the whole 7×10 pan!

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  1. jennifer|

    Looks awesome, can't wait to make them! Just to verify, do the hazelnuts go into the nut mixture or are they just for garnish or both?

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  2. gaby|

    They look amazing, and I can't believe that those are all the ingredients!! Attempting this for sure!

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  3. Kelly|

    These look so delicious and are healthy, too: I'm sold! I'm definitely trying this at home soon, very soon.

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  4. Jane|

    Yum! I've really been into making raw desserts lately. These look great! I was just going to make the raw brownies from Mynewroots, which I highly recommend (the brownies and the blog), but maybe I will give yours a try this time. Thanks!

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