Recipe: Appetizing Fit Brownie
Fit Brownie. I tend to cut the brownie in half, eating one piece initially and the other later in the day. Notes: If using applesauce or unsweetened protein powder, or if planning to eat the brownies unfrosted, I recommend including the sweetener of choice. Using peanut butter gives a peanut-butter flavor, while almond or cashew butter taste more neutral.
It's loaded with chocolate and the fact that it has some added protein is a huge plus. At least it is for me. I am always happy eating desserts that have added protein. You can have Fit Brownie using 12 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Fit Brownie
- It's 75 g of oats (if you've whole oat flakes crush It).
- You need 2 teaspoons of cocoa powder.
- You need 1/4 glass of water.
- You need 4 of dates.
- It's 1/2 of banana.
- It's 125 ml of milk.
- Prepare 1 of egg.
- Prepare 2-3 ounces of chocolate (min.70%cocoa).
- You need 5 of walnuts.
- Prepare 1/2 tablespoon of coconut oil/ olive oil.
- Prepare of Stevia to taste (little because It sweet more than sugar)/honey.
- Prepare 3 teaspoon of yeast.
We all look for an excuse to eat brownies and for me the added protein is a good. Whether you like gluten-free flour or whole-wheat flour. A slice of Fit Brownie will be great when you're drinking your tea and coffee! When I started writing a recipe for healthy brownies, I decided to take a somewhat conservative approach.
Fit Brownie instructions
- Beat the dates with banana and water.
- Mix the oats with the cocoa powder, egg, milk, oil and stevia.
- Mix the date shake with the oatmeal mixture.
- Peel the walnuts and chop them with your fingers and cut the ounces of chocolate into squares.
- Grab the mass that you do at 3rd pass and mix with half walnuts and chocolate squares and finally mix the yeast un an enveloping way with the dought without stirring very hard.
- Heat a frying pan with a little oil and pour all the mass then add the other half of the walnuts.
- Cook the mass for about 5 min when you see the mass is compacted but soft and finally, remove the Brownie from the pan and place it in the desired container and followed by this step without letting the brownie cool insert half of the squared ounces of chocolate that we had left over. And.......enjoy!😊.
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