From now on, these Super Moist Flourless Brownies are the ones I will be making for my family. I’m very happy to share that there are no bananas involved in the making of this recipe. Allow me to explain how I really feel about this…
Deliver me from all recipes that are naturally sweetened with bananas. (See also: Pudding made creamy because of avocados.)
I love the idea; I think it is beautiful. What a fantastic way to sneak in fruits and veggies by adding them to our treats! But I’ve tried the banana-peanut butter-cocoa powder ice cream and I just can’t make myself like it. The same is true of the pancakes made with only bananas and eggs. Chocolate pudding made by blending avocados? I just can’t.
Am I picky? I like to think not. For goodness sake, I’m the girl who eats fresh spinach straight out of the container as a snack (basically this is me being too lazy to actually take time to get out bowl and a fork). So picky I am not. But I just can’t get into eating blended frozen bananas that are pretending to be ice cream.
Should we broach the subject of brownies made with black beans? I think this is a genius idea, but my children are less than impressed. Most of my healthy attempts at creating a low-sugar-no-flour brownie have fallen ridiculously short of, “Mom, make them this way every time!”
The ingredients in these Super Moist Flourless Brownies won’t even shock you. There’s no secret ingredient that will cause you to cringe or question whether or not your family might actually try one.
You’ll be wonderfully amazed! These brownies actually have the taste and texture of brownies that come from a box, only of course, the real food ingredients make them even more delicious! My kids took a bite of these and couldn’t believe that these brownies were “actually healthy.” Our first pan lasted a very short time.
Look at these ingredients! How good can we feel about feeding these brownies to our kids? Good enough to serve them for breakfast? Absolutely.
Super Moist Flourless Brownies
- 1½ cups (12-ounces) Almond Butter
- ½ cup honey
- ½ cup unsweetened cocoa powder
- 2 eggs
- ½ teaspoon baking soda
- Stir all ingredients together until well combined.
- Spread batter into a buttered 8x8 inch baking dish.
- Bake in a 350 degree oven for 25-30 minutes.
Can you sub out peanut butter for almond butter? I don’t know why not. In fact, I think that would create a delicious chocolate-peanut butter brownie worth writing home about.
Enjoy the simplicity of this recipe! Get excited about the nourishment and energy the brownies provide. Savor eating brownies for breakfast with your morning coffee. Delight in the fact that there are no bananas involved in the making of this treat. As for me and my house, we’ll save the bananas for creating smoothies and banana bread.
Did you notice that this new Super Moist Flourless Brownie recipe includes only 5 ingredients? How does this keep happening?? (OK, I admit. I’ve been on a High Five Recipe rampage. We all win when I get on a kick like this!)
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