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BEST Vegan Brownie Recipe: CRAZY BROWNIES! (vegan, oil-free, gluten-free, nut-free, plant-based, soy-free, wfpbno) These are some CRAZY brownies. The combination of ingredients is entirely crazy. I remember creating them thinking “this is whack… dates, potatoes…” (yep, potatoes) Yet, they come together in a magical way to produce the best vegan brownie recipe! Now, I know you guys adore the Sweet Potato Chocolate Cake.

I’m with you. It’s good. But you know what? I think this the best vegan brownie recipe. Rich in chocolate flavorFUDGY! I highly recommend that ganache. Let me know if you are already a fan of these or when you’re going to try them! These brownies are incredible! Ingredients For Brownies For Ganache 1/4cupcoconut butter3tablespoonscocoa powder2pinchessea salt3 - 3 1/2tablespoonsnondairy milksee note3tablespoonspure maple syrup Instructions For Brownies: Preheat oven to 350°F. In a small saucepan, combine the coconut butter, cocoa powder, sea salt, milk, and maple syrup over very low heat (or use a double boiler for better heat control).

Recipe Notes For Ganache: photos by Nicole Axworthy. Coconut Oil Peanut Butter Fudge - Vegan & Gluten Free. Sometimes all you need is simplicity. As long as that simplicity includes a little peanut butter and chocolate, am I right? I’ve had a lot on the go as of late. My mind is bursting with things I need to get done and deadlines I have to keep my eye on.

When life gets hectic and I’m running on less sleep than usual I tend to get a tad lazy in the eating department. Toast with jam masquerades a meal and bowls of cereal equals lunch. Enter this cold customer. A little elegant marbling brings this uber-easy no bake treat to new heights. Thankfully indulgences like this one are full of healthy fats that don’t actually make you fat! Happy Humpday, peeps. Yields 16 Coconut Oil Peanut Butter Fudge - Vegan & Gluten Free Save Recipe Print Recipe Ingredients FOR THE FUDGE:1 cup peanut butter1/4 cup coconut oil1.5 tbsp. maple syrup1/8 tsp sea saltFOR THE MARBLED TOP:1/4 cup dark chocolate chips1 tsp coconut oil Instructions. Daringgourmet. Homemade KIND Bars. Are you a fan of KIND bars like me? They are by far my favorite non-homemade treat. Lucky for me, they're made with wholesome ingredients and are highly rated on many lists of nutritional bars.

I'll take these over a candy bar any day. However, they are pricey, which led me to do some experimenting to figure out how to make a homemade version of these popular bars. Favorite varieties. Nut Delight (King-Man's favorite)Almond Coconut (front runner among Yummy readers)Dark Chocolate, Nuts & Sea Salt (a close second)Peanut Butter Dark ChocolateDark Chocolate, Cherry & CashewApricot AlmondFruit & NutBlueberry Pecan If your favorite didn't make the list, chances are you'll be able to figure out how to modify my recipes with different ingredients. Healthy or not? Copycat Comparison. Okay, mine aren't identical, but they're darn close. Nutritional Data for 1 copycat bar (listed in order from least to most calories); all but 1 under 200 calories! Vegan? BIG SAVINGS -- only 44 cents per bar! 1. Lexi's Clean Kitchen – ‘Everything Bagel’ Cauliflower Rolls. Whole30 HitsSuper Bowl MustsValentine's Day FavoritesWinter RecipesSt. Patricks DayPassoverEasterInstant Pot FavoritesMemorial Day BBQSummer Favorites4th of JulyGrilling RecipesBack To SchoolLabor Day CookoutApple RecipesPumpkin RecipesHalloweenThanksgivingHannukkahChristmasNew Years Eve Search Close Menu About Us Contact Us Lexis Clean Living © 2021 Privacy Policy Prep Time Yields Cook Time Total Time Author: Lexi Ingredients Directions Recipe Notes My practical tips & advice for a healthier life!

Free email bonus. Re-Post: Soft & Chewy Coconut Macaroons (GF, Vegan) This week combines both Passover and Easter – we’re honoring each as I am Jewish and my husband is Catholic. Translation: lucky little Audrey gets Passover cookies this week and an Easter basket this weekend (and hopefully not a confused identity as an adult). While said lucky toddler was napping today I made these coconut macaroons as a fun treat to wake up to. They’re ready in a snap, do not require any tiresome whisking of egg whites, are pretty darn healthy, and my favorite part, they’re soft and delicious.

Oh, and they’re gluten-free, nut-free and vegan if you’re into that sort of thing…. Recipe: Soft & Chewy Coconut Macaroons (GF, Vegan) Serves: Makes approx. 15 cookies Ingredients 1 cup unsweetened shredded coconut ½ cup coconut milk 1 tablespoon coconut flour* ¼ cup pure maple syrup ½ teaspoon vanilla extract Pinch of salt Instructions Preheat oven to 350. Notes Related Apple-Cranberry Oat Bars March 3, 2015 In "9-12 months + Up" No Bake Apricot Granola Bars April 17, 2017 In "Breakfast" Simple Coconut Macaroons [Vegan]

If you enjoy recipes like this, we highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App, it's available for both Android and iPhone and has free and paid versions. The app is loaded with thousands of allergy-friendly & vegan recipes/cooking tips, has hundreds of search filters and features like bookmarking, meal plans and more! The app shows you how having diet/health/food preferences can be full of delicious abundance rather than restrictions! This recipe is for perfect coconut macaroons that won't fall apart. They're free of refined sugar, but still sweet. As they bake, the coconut toasts and takes on a delightfully nutty flavor. You don't need any special ingredients to make these, either—everything you need is likely already in your pantry. Simple Coconut Macaroons [Vegan] Ingredients Preparation. Toffee-Almond Popcorn Recipe. Nutritional information Serves 8 30 minutes or fewer Butter and brown sugar are cooked together to make a rich toffee for this decadent treat.

Corn syrup helps prevent the caramel from crystallizing as it cooks. 6 cups freshly popped hot popcorn ¾ cup roasted almonds, coarsely chopped 6 Tbs. butter 1 cup light brown sugar ¼ cup plus 2 Tbs. light corn syrup 1. 2. 3. December 2014 p.45.