Healthy peanut butter fudge brownies

So I’ve been testing and trying different healthy brownie
recipes. So far, this is my favorite. It’s so fudgy and decadent and when you
bite into it, your whole face gets smothered in oozy peanut butter goodness. Now
I know why it’s called foodPORN. It’s so damn sexy.

And you know what the best part of this recipe is? You only
1 dish to make it. I’m a sucker for any dish that requires the least amount of
post-chocolate-coitus dishwashing.


Ingredients:

A ½ kg tub of yogurt

¼ cup of skimmed milk

1 tspn of vanilla extract

1 tbspn of flaxseed “eggs”** (could be substituted with 1
large egg)

¼ tspn of sea salt

1 tspn of baking powder

½ cup of honey

½ cup of organic cocoa powder

½ cup of oat flour (finely-milled oats)

¾ cup of melted, runny organic unsweetened peanut butter

1 handful of chocolate chips

1 tspn of melted coconut oil

**Flax seed
eggs are a healthy alternative to using eggs when baking. All you have to do is
mix 1 tablespoon of milled flaxseeds with 2 ½ tablespoon of water. Stir well
and allow to sit for 5 minutes. The mixture will have a runny egg-like
consistency to it.


The method to my madness:

 

–         
Preheat your oven to 150 C

–         
With some coconut oil, oil
up your baking pan so the brownies don’t stick

–         
In a blender, mix all the
ingredients except for the peanut butter really well

–         
Although the mixture may
feel very runny, don’t worry about it. That’s what will make them super fudgy

–         
Pour into your baking tray

–         
Add spoonful dollops of the
warmed up peanut butter

–         
With a knife, swirl through
to give the brownies a marbled effect. DO NOT OVER MIX THEM.

–         
Top with the chocolate
chips

–         
Bake for 20-25 minutes

–         
Allow to cool completely
before serving for maximum gooeyness

This can and WILL be the best thing you’ve had in your mouth
all day. I promise. Go straight-up bananas with me and give the recipe a
chance. Oh, and add me on Instagram.

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