Member Recipe: Raw Brownies!

Who doesn’t LOVE brownies!?

Today we’re  sharing this super simple, easy recipe for raw, vegan brownies from Community member, Tara! These sweet, chocolatey brownies make a great pre workout snack or a delicious M2 or M4 on your Tone It Up Nutrition Plan. They also work nicely on-the-go for a quick energy boost!

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Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup of raw Walnuts
  • 3/4 cup of Dates, pitted
  • 2 Tbs Almond Butter
  • 1/4 Cup Cocoa Powder
  • Optional: Scoop of Perfect Fit Protein ~ this makes it a great post workout recovery snack!

Directions 

In a food processor, pulse walnuts until fine. Next, add dates and continue pulsing until a paste forms. Add remaining ingredients, allowing everything to combine nicely. Once mixture is dough-like, spread evenly on wax paper and cut into 2″ squares. If you prefer, you can also roll these into balls!

Enjoy!

Thanks so much for sharing, Tara! See the original recipe here!

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  • Renee Leary

    I am definitely making these tomorrow to have around for post-workout/healthy dessert munchies!

  • Taryn A

    Made them as soon as my chocolate perfect fit protein arrived. Yum!!

  • Katie DeLone

    What is a serving size for these?

  • Brooke

    Do you think I can sub almonds for the walnuts and have the same result?

  • Julianne Mahoney

    Just made these, so good!!

  • Laura Zegarra

    Just made these into little brownie bites and they are to die for! After realizing I didn’t have the exact ingredients, I put my twist on the recipe. For instance, instead of walnuts I used 1/4 cup cocount almonds and 1/4 cup roasted salted almonds. I loved the slight salty tone with the sweet cocoa powder. I also added shredded coconut in the food processor to add additional coconut flavor. I noticed mine came out a bit dry at first because I added 1 scoop of protein powder, so I added a squeeze of honey and 2 tablespoons of water to help it form into a dough like consistency. After I rolled the brownie dough into 1 tablespoon balls, I rolled them in shredded coconut for additional texture. The recipe is definitely one to hold onto!