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4 ingredient Gluten Free Magic Bean Brownie


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Ingredients

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  • 200 grams Dark melting chocolate
  • 400 gram can of Borlotti Beans
  • 3 eggs
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
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Recipe's preparation

  1. 1. Preheat oven to 175 degrees and line a slice tin with baking paper

    2. Add chocolate to bowl and grate for 8 seconds/speed 9, set aside (I place on top of my baking paper to save washing up)

    3. Drain and rinse borlotti beans in simmering basket and add to bowl, blend 5 seconds speed 5. Scrape down sides of bowl.

    4. Add eggs, one at a time and blend on speed 6 for 5-10 seconds after each egg. Scrape down sides of bowl.

    5. Add grated chocolate and blend on speed 7 for 20 seconds.

    6. Add baking powder and mix 10 seconds/speed 2.

    7. Pour into slice tray and cook for 30 minutes.  Leave to cool for 5 minutes before removing from tray

     

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Tip

I use a sweeter dark chocolate, so it is sweet enough without adding sugar

For an extra delicious brownie, after step 2, make a ganache (100g dark choc grated for 5 seconds speed 8 then add 80g cream and cook 2-3 mins, 50 degrees, speed 3), put the ganache in the fridge, don't worry about cleaning bowl and go to step 3. When the brownie is cool, you can re-whip the ganache and add it on top!

I have tried this with kidney beans and butter beans and it is great with all!


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  • I used 4 bean mix as that is what I had accidently...

    Submitted by sehayne@hotmail.com on 9. July 2018 - 20:06.

    I used 4 bean mix as that is what I had accidently opened when cooking something else and needed to use up and it turned out great! Also added frozen rasperries - So delish!!

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  • Really yum. I added 100g of dates for some extra...

    Submitted by jodestariordan on 10. March 2018 - 16:46.

    Really yum. I added 100g of dates for some extra sweetness and it’s perfect. Not super sweet at all. I also added some vanilla extract but it probably did not need it. I on,y wish I made a double a batch.

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  • Can you use 4 bean mix ?

    Submitted by Crazy Chef Mum on 27. January 2017 - 07:47.

    Can you use 4 bean mix ?

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  • I have just put these in the

    Submitted by Smelt on 12. July 2016 - 13:45.

    I have just put these in the oven and couldn't resist.....the batter is amazing! I used cannellini beans. Can not wait til they are out of the oven!

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  • Delicious. So quick and easy

    Submitted by Mummylovesbaking on 20. February 2016 - 17:40.

    Delicious. So quick and easy to make.

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  • Great, thank you! Will try

    Submitted by Nate's Mum on 29. October 2015 - 19:56.

    Great, thank you! Will try these soon. tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Yes, I've used butter before,

    Submitted by thermosimsa on 25. October 2015 - 12:38.

    Yes, I've used butter before, they'll be fine tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • This looks great. Can you use

    Submitted by Nate's Mum on 25. October 2015 - 10:41.

    This looks great. Can you use butter beans instead?

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  • A big hit. Fussy master 8

    Submitted by simonebb on 5. May 2015 - 16:51.

    A big hit. Fussy master 8 couldn't get enough of them!  tmrc_emoticons.). Thanks for the great recipe. Miss 5 liked them as much as mum and Dad. I made as per recipe but used old gold dark chocolate which is probably a little sweeter than some. I did also cook for 20 mins only as my oven runs hot. 

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  • great idea Bree, might be

    Submitted by thermosimsa on 10. February 2015 - 14:27.

    great idea Bree, might be able to substitute half the choc for something else...will have a play around, I am sure it would be divine with berries added!

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  • Fabulous thanks we loved

    Submitted by BreeHodgson1611 on 10. February 2015 - 13:37.

    Fabulous thanks we loved them, have you tried the same recipe but without chocolate, sultanas or berries or anything? I'm guessing would need a strong enough flavour to overpower the beans but I would like to try some variations too as they are so good.  Thanks

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  • Hi Thermosimsa! I made this

    Submitted by SusannahJ on 7. February 2015 - 22:11.

    Hi Thermosimsa! I made this tonight and we love it! I got my husband to be my taste tester as I'm pregnant and couldn't taste the batter due to the raw egg. I used 70% Lindt chocolate and he felt it needed to be a bit sweeter so I added 50g of panela (I think this is the same as rapadura). I baked it in a small Pyrex dish so it is is quite thick and very moist. I probably needed a slightly bigger tin but that's okay. It definitely won't last long! My husband couldn't believe it when I told him the ingredients... "that's a winner!!" tmrc_emoticons.)

     

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  • Quite nice, however the

    Submitted by van der Ploeg on 6. February 2015 - 22:14.

    Quite nice, however the brownies turned out quite thin. Next time I would use a small square pan to make them thicker and more moist. Thanks. tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I can't see why it wouldn't

    Submitted by thermosimsa on 6. February 2015 - 09:02.

    I can't see why it wouldn't freeze... ours doesn't last long enough to freeze, it's gone within a day or two!

     

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  • Thanks so much for your reply

    Submitted by SusannahJ on 6. February 2015 - 08:27.

    Thanks so much for your reply Thermosimsa! I am going to try this on the weekend and am excited! Do you think it would freeze well? 

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  • Divine (used 70% dark

    Submitted by Pinnylea on 4. February 2015 - 21:13.

    Divine (used 70% dark chocolate) everyone loved them even my none veggie eater (didn't tell her what what is in them).

    Pinnylea

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  • Not a silly question at all

    Submitted by thermosimsa on 4. February 2015 - 12:18.

    Not a silly question at all Susannah.  I used those melts, I usually just buy the cheapest brand. Every dark chocolate has different amount of sugars etc in it. If you use a really rich Choc, it may not be sweet enough. I tested the batter before baking and I found it sweet enough without adding any sugar but if I used a richer (more expensive chocolate), I may have needed to add some sugar to the batter.  Give it a go, I am sure most dark chocolate would work fine tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Hi there - this might be a

    Submitted by SusannahJ on 3. February 2015 - 23:54.

    Hi there - this might be a very silly question but I'm wondering what is the best chocolate to use? I'm an inexperienced baker and am not sure if "dark melting chocolate" means the bags of "melts" you can buy (they're usually next to the choc chips) or if a block of cooking or normal choc would do. Thank you!

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  • My favourite brownie ever!  

    Submitted by Sissy on 30. January 2015 - 20:01.

    My favourite brownie ever!

     

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