See the brownie, eat the brownie. 

See the brownie, eat the brownie. 

Hello! Please! Look at these delicious pieces of heaven!!!! 

Once again on the raw situation! I found these on www.therawtarian.com 

They are packed with superfoods. 

They are amazingly rich and decadent. 

Although a lot of ingredients, this recipe is easy to make and delicious to eat! Obviously 😁 

Ingredients 

1 cup of sunflower seeds 

1 cup of cashews 

2 1/4 cup of dates, pitted 

1/2 cup of cacao 

1 TBSP of vanilla paste 

1 TBSP of coconut oil

1/4 tsp of salt 

1/4 cup of raw cacao nibs or goji berries 

1/4 cup of chia or hemp hearts 

1/4 cup of flaked almonds (my addition) 

Method 

In a food processor, process the sunflower seeds, add the cashews…process. 

Ok. Now the tricky part. Add the dates, bit by bit, you need to keep adding and be patient here, you might need to remove half the mix and add, then add more and keep processing. 

The mix should resemble a crumbly cookie mix. 

Ok! 

Add the coconut oil, cacao, vanilla, salt – process! 

Transfer to a bowl and with your hands mix in the cacao nibs and chia seeds. 

Shape into a brownie pan, press and compact into the pan, and then pop into the fridge for about 1 hour. 

Take out, cut to size, and store in a airtight container in the fridge! 

Don’t cut the pieces to big as its really rich! (But yummy) 



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Butterfinger licking goodness

Butterfinger licking goodness

How good do these look? 

They are ridiculously rich and decadent and sweet and yummy! Bonus….they are good for you!!! Boom! 

Ingredients 

Base: 

1/2 cup of walnuts 

1/2 cup of cashews 

1/2 cup of dates 

Pinch of salt 

3 TBSP of psyllium husk 

Choc topping: 

3/4 cup of coconut oil melted 

1/2 cup of honey or rice syrup 

1 cup of raw cacao 

1/4 tsp vanilla paste 

2 silicon muffin pans 

Ready? 

Mix the nut and dates in a bowl, add half to a food processor and process. Add the remaining mix, and process until all the dates are broken down and you have a breadcrumb like texture. 

Transfer to a bowl, mix through the psyllium husk. 

Shape the base mix into your muffin trays, I find about one heaped tablespoon in each gives you the right thickness. 



Set aside 

In a blender, add your topping ingredients. Blend on high until the texture becomes smooth and resembles melted chocolate. 

Now work fast, spoon the cacao mix over your already prepared bases, a tablespoon in each is over enough. 

Pop the trays into the fridge and leave to set for at least 2 hours. 

Gently remove them from the moulds and place them between wax paper into a airtight container and store them in the fridge! 

Delicious 

Recipe adapted from @therawtarian

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