Raw Brownie Bites from Rabbit Food For My Bunny Teeth, click for link and blog.
Tried these at home during a sudden violent craving. I was determined to stick to the diet and succeeded with this recipe. I had all the ingredients at home, and I sure wasn’t going to drive out and work for my satiation. It had to be fulfilled in 10 mins or I would die.
I also had husband and cousin approval. They concurred the flavor was sweet, fudge-brownie-like, and nutty. I thought these were chocolate-y and naturally and so yummily greasy.
Raw Brownie Bites
Makes 12 servings
1 cup pitted Medjool dates
1/2 cup unsalted sunflower seeds
1/2 cup walnuts
3 Tbsp raw cacao powder (or 6 Tbsp cocoa powder)
1/2 tbsp pure vanilla extract
Blend the sunflower seeds and walnuts in a food processor or high powered blender until finely ground but not a nut butter consistency. Add the cacao powder and vanilla extract and blend again until mixed evenly. Remove pits from dates. Add the the dates and process until a dough like mixture is formed. You should be able to sculpt the dough without crumbling. Using a 1 Tbsp measuring spoon, scoop the dough and roll into 12 balls. Keep in the refrigerator for 1 week or freezer for up to 1 month. Enjoy!
Also, you can later turn them into this:
Aren’t they the cutest little rabbit turds you’ve ever wanted to pop in your mouth?
Brownie Batter Milkshake
2 Raw Brownie Bites
1 frozen banana
1 cup unsweetened almond milk (or milk of your choice)
Combine almond milk, banana, and 2 Raw Brownie Bites in a blender and blend until smooth.
I added greek yogurt for protein as a post workout meal. So yum.
More updates on what I’m eating lately, and what I’ve discovered that is healing me so that I can occasionally stomach dairy and other foods again and pee like a normal human. I’m now a flexitarian, no longer vegan, but eating extremely clean, mostly gluten free, and working out again. Did I mention my joints are working again? What? We’ve got some catching up to do.
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