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Chocolate Almond Pulp Brownies


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Ingredients

16 portion(s)

Brownie Mix

  • 110 grams extra virgin coconut oil
  • 4 eggs, at room temperature
  • 200 grams Unrefined Sweetener, (coconut, rapadura, honey, maple syrup)
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt, himalayan is best
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract or 1 vanilla bean, seeded scraped out
  • 170 grams Moist Almond Pulp
  • 90 grams cacao powder
  • 2-3 tablespoons Cacao nibs optional as garnish
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Recipe's preparation

  1.  After making your almond milk, place left over pulp in a container lined with kitchen paper for a few hours or overnight in the fridge. This will drain most off the liquid out, leaving you with moist, not wet, pulp.

  2.  

    Preheat oven to 175oC or 160oC for fan forced. Line a square slice tin with baking paper.

  3.  

    ** If your coconut oil is liquid, Go to next step **

    If your coconut oil is solid, weigh into bowl and melt, 1 minute, 60oC degrees, Speed 2, or until liquid. Pour into bowl and set aside. No need to clean bowl.

  4.  

    Place butterfly into bowl. Add in eggs, sugar and salt. Whip for 2 minutes, 37oC, Speed 4. Scrape down sides of bowl and whipe for a further 2 minutes, 37oC, Speed 4. It is important to warm the mixture slightly to stop it seizing when the almond pulp and coconut oil is added.

  5.  

    Add in Vanilla and almond pulp. Mix 2 minutes, 37oC, Speed 2. Activate scales and pour coconut oil then cacao powder through lid. If you have a TM31, weigh these ingredients out, then start the mixing.

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    Pour mixture into prepared pan, scraping as much as possible out, without removing butterfly. Return bowl to base and do 10 seconds, Speed 4 to splatter any remaining mixture off butterfly to edges of bowl. Remove bowl, take out butterfly and scrape out remaining mixture. Sprinkle with cacao nibs if using.

  7.  

    Bake in oven for 15-20 minutes (until brownies are matte on top and a knife inserted in the center comes out with a few moist crumbs.

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    Let brownies cool slightly before removing from pan and cutting into 16 pieces.

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Tip

Brownies will keep for about 3 days in an airtight container at room temperature.

Recipe converted from The Bonjon Gourmet

//www.bojongourmet.com


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  • turned out great, thankyou

    Submitted by Shaza9119 on 16. September 2017 - 14:43.

    turned out great, thankyou

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  • I also cannot read the ingredients, it says...

    Submitted by MissMelanie on 5. September 2017 - 13:39.

    I also cannot read the ingredients, it says forbidden. Anyone know how to amend this?

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  • Yes this just happened to me also. Frustrating!

    Submitted by KPearce22 on 5. September 2017 - 12:40.

    Yes this just happened to me also. Frustrating!

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    Submitted by Andrea Harris on 5. September 2017 - 12:11.

    403 forbidden. Has this happened to anyone? I can't see any recipes.

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  • Yummo! Will definitely make these again, so so...

    Submitted by Mixinmezza on 3. July 2017 - 16:09.

    Yummo! Will definitely make these again, so so good!

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  • Made this yesterday for Mothers Day Tweeked it so...

    Submitted by meeshell on 14. May 2017 - 14:53.

    Made this yesterday for Mother's Day. Tweeked it so was GAPS friendly. Used 10 medjool dates and 60g honey at start of step 2 as suggested by kyms05. My almond pulp was straight from making almond milk after being squeezed through a Living Synergy nut milk bag. It was 190g pulp. Also used 50g cacao. Served with greek yoghurt and defrosted raspberries. YUM! YUM! YUM! Thank you!

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  • How on earth has it taken me

    Submitted by amanda orsum gargula on 20. July 2016 - 11:48.

    How on earth has it taken me this long to find this recipe  tmrc_emoticons.p

    Amanda Gentle stir setting

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  • Oh wow, these were amazing. I

    Submitted by Tresol007 on 19. July 2015 - 19:01.

    Oh wow, these were amazing. I used agave nectar as the sweetener and only 50g of cocoa after reading the comments -was the perfect quantity for my taste. There are just beautiful moist fluffy brownies, thanks for the recipe.

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  • Just delicious!! Moist and

    Submitted by Carmyb on 24. March 2015 - 18:07.

    Just delicious!! Moist and tasty and oh so easy! 

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  • I didn't use the full

    Submitted by Michelle71 on 10. March 2015 - 12:08.

    I didn't use the full recommended amount of cacao as the kids aren't used to the taste of it yet but think I'll still need to serve this with some icecream or cream......which makes it even better.  I love the texture.  

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  • Wow - have had little success

    Submitted by Kate Parker on 20. February 2015 - 12:36.

    Wow - have had little success with 'healthier' treats but this was great. I didn't have the full cacao so just reduced the coconut oil, used maple syrup for sugar and worked a treat. I also used the pulp from my cold pressed juicer - didn't need to refrigerate at all as was already dry enough.

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  • Great recipe to use leftover

    Submitted by kyms05 on 13. February 2015 - 15:57.

    Great recipe to use leftover almond pulp! I used medjool dates for sweetening (8, next time I'd use 10) with 50g rapadura - at the start of step 2 I blitzed them to a pup then inserted butterfly and proceeded as stated. I'd prob reduce cacao quantity by a little too next time but my whole family loved them and they're very allergy friendly! Thanks for sharing!

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