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Chocolate Fix Without The Guilt!

During a serious chocolate craving, I got inspired to make some Black Bean Brownies.

I only had a bag of dehydrated black beans. I set them out to soak overnight, then cooked them up in the morning. To cook them I rinsed them a bunch, then boiled them, then simmered them for about an hour. I am sure you can just used canned black beans. Just make sure you rinse them. I need you to know that I totally wing all that I make. These turned out pretty darn good though. My friend had about 7. He hasn’t written his review yet, but he did eat 7 of them.


  • 1 cup of black beans
  • 1/3 cup of raw cacao (I am sure you can use regular coco)
  • 1/2 avocado (avocado tastes delicious in desserts, and I love the texture)
  • pinch of himalayan pink salt (or sea salt, or whatever healthy salt)
  • smidge of raw sugar (or any healthy sweetener)
  • 1/4 cup of almond milk (or soy milk)
  • 2 Table spoons coconut butter.
  • 2 Flax Eggs (2 table spoons flax to 4 table spoons water)


  1. I blended the black beans in a blender with the almond milk, till they were as pureed as they will get it a blender.
  2. I added the rest of the ingredients and continued to puree it all.
  3. Greased a pan with coconut oil, and poured the brownie mush into the pan. The brownie mush was not runny, it was pretty thick, the consistency of icing.
  4. Then I baked it at 350 degrees for 20-30 minutes. The top was almost black but the inside was gooey. Then I let it sit out.

The texture is my favourite part. They were dense and fudgey on the inside. Definitely worth a shot. They just might help your chocolate fix, without any guilt… all enjoyment.

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