My daughter and I were at Barnes and Noble reading books and stumbled across If You Give a Mouse a Brownie. After reading the book, we both wanted brownies and decided to make our own. We had much success with our vegan energy bites, so I decided to go a similar route with the brownies. I was almost out of my Garden of Life protein powder, so I took a chance in adding it to my recipe hoping it would work in the place of cacao powder. It did! My non-vegan husband ate four brownies, so I knew I was on to something. They are very good.
Pulse your ingredients in the food processor until they are combined thoroughly. My secret ingredient is raw organic meal. It is amazing! I am going to try it in other dessert recipes as well.
Once you press your ingredients into your baking dish, allow it to set in the refrigerator to firm up. This will allow you to easily cut it into brownie servings. Although there are not many ingredients to this vegan dessert, it is very rich. I cut mine into small servings, but you may decide to do larger brownies.
Rich, decadent, sweet, and only four ingredients!
Author: The Sensible Vegan
Recipe Type: Dessert
Scoop of non-dairy vanilla ice cream and chocolate syrup. I used Almond Dream vanilla.
Serving size: One brownie Calories: 89 Fat: 10g
Sat Fat: 3g Carbohydrates: 13.8g Sugar: 9g Sodium: 18.8mg
Fiber: 3g Protein: 5g
What is your favorite non-dairy frozen dessert? I'd love to hear from you and see your variation of the recipe as well! Post your recipe photos #thesensiblevegan. Thank you!
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About Tabatha James
Tabatha James is a wife, mom, and children's book author who loves creating vegan recipes with 10 ingredients or less!