These literally could not be easier!
A quick treat to whip up with no fuss and little mess, all in the blender and done at the push of a button.
Delightfully fluffy with a little chunky chocolate crunch factor and a berry zing, you really can't go wrong.
1. Turn oven to 180 degrees. Line a brownie tin with baking paper.
2. In a blender (or food processor), place nut butter, rice malt syrup, eggs, cacao, milk, cinnamon, vanilla, salt and baking powder. Pulse to combine.
3. Remove blade (if using processor) and add chopped chocolate.
4. Pour batter into the lined tray and sprinkle with raspberries. Bake for 25 minutes. Be careful not to over cook because gooey brownies are awesome!
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A feast for the eyes and for the lips, these delicious pots of goodness are not only awesome for you, packed with healthy fats, but also great for your gut!
Made using gelatin powder to give it a beautiful jelly-like texture, gelatin has been reported to improve gut health and digestion, protect joints, improve sleep quality, lift mood and improves cognitive abilities, improve skin health, heart health, maintain strong bones, AND help keep you feeling fuller longer!
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Look no further than these hidden veggie falafels.
One bowl (or food processor actually), quick baking time and plenty of flavour, these mid-week meal or lunchbox gems are sure to be a hit, especially dipped in the cashew aioli.
I've been experimenting with more legumes in my diet of late (my body seems to have been craving them postpartum!). I used to make a deliciously dense and fudgy black bean brownie, that although claimed to be 'gluten-free' and free from flours, was packed with brown sugar so gave a decent sugar dump!
I thought I'd have a go at making it lower in sugar, so I subbed the cup of brown sugar for a banana (adds a lot of natural sweetness) and a touch of rice malt syrup. It's also egg free and dairy free for all those allergies out there.
I think this version is still as awesome, but won't send the kids into hyperdrive at lunchtime!