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  1. dara says

    I just made these kick-ass awesome brownies.. but they are not your typical brownie. These brownies are made with black beans. Gross sounding, I know. The second I heard about these I imagined a very salty bean consistency dinner roll-like snack. But to my absolute surprise, these are far from that. I am still amazed at how good these brownies are.
    I have spent these past weeks on a website called “No meat Athlete”. The woman, Christine, who helps run the site posts “Sweet Tooth Friday” recipes under the sneak healthy desserts list. This is where i found the BB’s recipe as well as a multitude of others that I am so anxious to try. The latest two I have made were the Gingerbread Cookies (without the Guinness) and the Thumbprint Cookies- these use pureed cauliflower.
    Anyways, try these brownies.
    http://www.nomeatathlete.com/black-bean-brownies/

    Instead of the 1 1/4 c. cocoa, I used 3oz. melted unsweetened bakers chocolate and 1/4 c cocao powder;
    Instead of the 2 1/2 c. raw sugar, I used 1 cup sugar and 1 Tbsp stevia;
    I did not use hazlenuts.
    Instead of 4 tsp coffee powder, I used 2 tsp ground original house blend coffee.

    I hope they turn out great!

  2. dara says

    I just made these kick-ass awesome brownies.. but they are not your typical brownie. These brownies are made with black beans. Gross sounding, I know. The second I heard about these I imagined a very salty bean consistency dinner roll-like snack. But to my absolute surprise, these are far from that. I am still amazed at how good these brownies are.
    I have spent these past weeks on a website called “No meat Athlete”. The woman, Christine, who helps run the site posts “Sweet Tooth Friday” recipes under the sneak healthy desserts list. This is where i found the BB’s recipe as well as a multitude of others that I am so anxious to try. The latest two I have made were the Gingerbread Cookies (without the Guinness) and the Thumbprint Cookies- these use pureed cauliflower.
    Anyways, try these brownies.
    http://www.nomeatathlete.com/black-bean-brownies/

    Instead of the 1 1/4 c. cocoa, I used 3oz. melted unsweetened bakers chocolate and 1/4 c cocao powder;
    Instead of the 2 1/2 c. raw sugar, I used 1 cup sugar and 1 Tbsp stevia;
    I did not use hazlenuts.
    Instead of 4 tsp coffee powder, I used 2 tsp ground original house blend coffee.

    I hope they turn out great!

  3. Jen says

    These look great! I love the idea of baking goods for one person. Is it possible for you to make a recipe for Cinnamon rolls for one or two?

  4. Jen says

    These look great! I love the idea of baking goods for one person. Is it possible for you to make a recipe for Cinnamon rolls for one or two?

  5. Jade C says

    Try Wholegrain Spelt – it works with everything!! Also, it sometimes depends on how you incorporate everything – seiving the flour into the bowl and folding it ((along with the other dry ingredients)) into the liquids. I’m just making a suggestion here, sure you already know how to make a light dough / batter.
    Good luck – looking forward to those cinnamon rolls, I’ve been looking for a recipe for a while and now I’m really on a cinnamon “kick” πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜‰ !!
    Jade C.

  6. Jade C says

    Try Wholegrain Spelt – it works with everything!! Also, it sometimes depends on how you incorporate everything – seiving the flour into the bowl and folding it ((along with the other dry ingredients)) into the liquids. I’m just making a suggestion here, sure you already know how to make a light dough / batter.
    Good luck – looking forward to those cinnamon rolls, I’ve been looking for a recipe for a while and now I’m really on a cinnamon “kick” πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜‰ !!
    Jade C.

  7. Shari V says

    Do you happen to have the nutritional value for this? They look fantastic..can’t wait to make them! And of course, I’ve already pinned them πŸ™‚

  8. Shari V says

    Do you happen to have the nutritional value for this? They look fantastic..can’t wait to make them! And of course, I’ve already pinned them πŸ™‚

  9. jenny says

    Hey I was wondering if you had a universal scone recipe. I have been looking for one that is a “lighter” scone, maybe using a mix with garbanzo beans. Any Ideas?

  10. jenny says

    Hey I was wondering if you had a universal scone recipe. I have been looking for one that is a “lighter” scone, maybe using a mix with garbanzo beans. Any Ideas?

  11. Vanessa says

    Hi there,
    I love all your recipes and this one I will be multiplying for breakfasts of next week, but as a diabetic and athelete, I’m all about high protein – is there any high protein recipes of your delicious collection? I’ve only just started reading this site and will be making the cookie dough dip for a girls night in tonight (I might be making an extra batch just for me… ahem lol).
    For me a high protein serving would be protein upwards of 15g and carbs 10g or less… I’m still new to substituting for high protein recipes so any advice is appreciated.
    I’m so impressed by this site, you should be so proud! Healthy eating is not promoted enough in my opinion and it doesnt need to be all celery, as proven here!
    Love it!
    -Vanessa

  12. Vanessa says

    Hi there,
    I love all your recipes and this one I will be multiplying for breakfasts of next week, but as a diabetic and athelete, I’m all about high protein – is there any high protein recipes of your delicious collection? I’ve only just started reading this site and will be making the cookie dough dip for a girls night in tonight (I might be making an extra batch just for me… ahem lol).
    For me a high protein serving would be protein upwards of 15g and carbs 10g or less… I’m still new to substituting for high protein recipes so any advice is appreciated.
    I’m so impressed by this site, you should be so proud! Healthy eating is not promoted enough in my opinion and it doesnt need to be all celery, as proven here!
    Love it!
    -Vanessa

  13. Junebug says

    Hey Katie,

    I was wondering which of your single-serving cake/cupcake recipes would be the best to adapt to a larger cake? If you were going to make a full size cake, which one would it be and how would you do it? I would prefer to sub oil with applesauce, and sugar with stevia-type sweeteners or date sugar.

    I avoid animal products, oils and processed sugars, so I love that your desserts are so easily adapted to my needs. It’s wonderful to see another young adult dedicated to health for health’s sake, running, AND desserts!

    Thanks!
    PJ

  14. Junebug says

    Hey Katie,

    I was wondering which of your single-serving cake/cupcake recipes would be the best to adapt to a larger cake? If you were going to make a full size cake, which one would it be and how would you do it? I would prefer to sub oil with applesauce, and sugar with stevia-type sweeteners or date sugar.

    I avoid animal products, oils and processed sugars, so I love that your desserts are so easily adapted to my needs. It’s wonderful to see another young adult dedicated to health for health’s sake, running, AND desserts!

    Thanks!
    PJ

  15. Kayla says

    Do you have any sugar free cake recipes? I am needing to bake a sugar free cake for a baby shower & I have been looking through your website but can’t seem to find one! But I thought you must have one! πŸ™‚

  16. Kayla says

    Do you have any sugar free cake recipes? I am needing to bake a sugar free cake for a baby shower & I have been looking through your website but can’t seem to find one! But I thought you must have one! πŸ™‚

  17. Autumn says

    Do you think you could maybe create a “Single-Lady” chocolate brownie recipe?? They are my absolute weakness but I never make them cause I know better than to have a batch of brownies in the house..haha I’ve found other recipes online but none of them have turned out tasting much like a brownie and all of your recipes I’ve tried have been INCREDIBLE πŸ™‚ I figured if anyone could do it, it would be you! πŸ™‚

    Thank you!!

      • Debbe says

        Any news yet on that healthy chocolate Single Lady brownie? I know you’ve posted brownie recipes, but if there was a single serving size, I missed it. I don’t even know if you’ll see this question, unless thru the miracles of technology. πŸ™‚ I love technology almost as much as I love brownies. <3

      • Debbe says

        Any news yet on that healthy chocolate Single Lady brownie? I know you’ve posted brownie recipes, but if there was a single serving size, I missed it. I don’t even know if you’ll see this question, unless thru the miracles of technology. πŸ™‚ I love technology almost as much as I love brownies. <3

  18. Autumn says

    Do you think you could maybe create a “Single-Lady” chocolate brownie recipe?? They are my absolute weakness but I never make them cause I know better than to have a batch of brownies in the house..haha I’ve found other recipes online but none of them have turned out tasting much like a brownie and all of your recipes I’ve tried have been INCREDIBLE πŸ™‚ I figured if anyone could do it, it would be you! πŸ™‚

    Thank you!!

    • Anonymous says

      No, the only thing that changes with heat would be vitamin, mineral and enzyme content. Heat and/or blending does not affect calorie content. Hope that helps πŸ™‚

    • Anonymous says

      No, the only thing that changes with heat would be vitamin, mineral and enzyme content. Heat and/or blending does not affect calorie content. Hope that helps πŸ™‚

  19. Logan says

    can you try and make kringle?! it’s a scandinavian dessert and i was wondering if you could find a healthy way to make a flavor like cherry or any kind! i REALLY wanna try and make a low calorie one, and i need your help! (:

  20. Logan says

    can you try and make kringle?! it’s a scandinavian dessert and i was wondering if you could find a healthy way to make a flavor like cherry or any kind! i REALLY wanna try and make a low calorie one, and i need your help! (:

  21. Sara Walton says

    Love, love, love your blog. Thank you so much for making healthier versions of desserts! I am always on the look-out for desserts that don’t contain as much sugar as the standard recipes always do. I’m going to make the Cake Batter Doughnuts today! Can’t wait.

  22. Sara Walton says

    Love, love, love your blog. Thank you so much for making healthier versions of desserts! I am always on the look-out for desserts that don’t contain as much sugar as the standard recipes always do. I’m going to make the Cake Batter Doughnuts today! Can’t wait.

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