Friday, November 25, 2011

Choc Brownie Slice and morning tea treat

Choc Brownie Slice
Makes: 18cm x18cm square dish
1 cup ground nuts/seeds (I used Kitz Active Mix)
½ cup ground flax seed
½ cup coconut palm sugar
1 cup dried coconut – unsweetened
½ cup oatbran
2 tbsp. cacao powder
3 tbsp. honey
2 tbs ground flax soaked for 5mins with 3 tbs hot water
1 tsp baking  powder
½ cup rice bran oil (use olive oil if Paleo)
½ cup rice milk (use nutmilk if Paleo)


Place all dry ingredients into a large bowl and mix so that you have no lumps.
Add the remaining wet ingredients and stir
Spread into a baking paper lined square dish and smooth the top evenly.
Bake for about 30mins on 170­OC or until a skewer some out dry and the top has small cracks.

Let cook then cut into squares or rectangles.

When they are warm they have a wonderful crunch on the outside and are nice a chewy on the inside. A real treat services with my raw Chocolate hazelnut ice cream, sliced banana, raspberries and slivers of a raw fruit and nut chocolate id made a while ago.  J Morning tea for Jane’s last day. She loves the ice cream so had to do her an ice cream treat.
Deconstructed chocolate brownie,chocolate hazelnut 
ice cream, banana and raspberries sharing plate

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