A Fat Burning 52 Calorie Brownie With Coconut Whipped Cream – Add this one to Your Healthy Dessert Options This Christmas

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A 52 calorie chocolate brownie sounds too good to be true. I know. But, it’s my job to try to locate recipes that will make-over typical favorites that we love to eat.

I have to tell you that the whipped coconut cream is perfect with this very chocolaty dessert.

Look, if eating chocolate brownies doesn’t sound like a way to get a lean body, I understand this jarring feeling you must have if you’re new to this healthy dessert information…

Truth is that to get a lean body all you need to do is to dump the junk. To get lean simply eat a wide variety of whole, natural foods and I don’t mean just carrot sticks either. Eating healthfully does not mean never eating dessert. Or never eating chocolate again. This would be torture for me. And probably for you too.

Decadent, healthy, fat-burning chocolate pudding recipe you can make today.

Okay, now I made this recipe this weekend. I hope to have the video up for you soon.

It came out really delicious. Sooo chocolaty, moist, and everyone was surprised because the base of the brownie is made from black beans.

Really.

Don’t cringe.

There is no beanie taste at all. I promise.

I highly recommend using either my whipped coconut cream to go on it, or use your own whipped cream. But your own whipped cream will not have the amazing health benefits as my whipped coconut cream. Your choice.

 

Black-Bean Brownies with delicious, whipped coconut cream

Makes 21 servings

What you need

1 can of no fat added refried black beans (organic if you can find it) 13–15 ounces),

4 eggs
1 cup sugar substitute like erythritol or Sweet Leaf Stevia for baking,

I also added several drops of Stevia extract because I was a little shy of a whole cup of the sugar substitute,

2 tablespoons organic coconut oil,

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¼ to ½ cup unsweetened organic and unprocessed chocolate powder (best to find at Whole Foods Market or your local health food store),

1 teaspoon vanilla

1 teaspoon baking powder

Chopped nuts (optional)

What to do:

Spray an 8″ x 8″ brownie pan with nonstick cooking spray. Blend all ingredients (except nuts) in a blender until smooth. Transfer the batter into a mixing bowl and fold in nuts (if desired). Then, pour the batter into the prepared brownie pan. Bake at 350°F for approx 30 minutes, until set in middle.

Coconut Whipped Cream

A much Healthier substitute for Cool-Whip or Whipped Cream…

Prep Time: less than 2 minutes

What you need:

Organic, unsweetened Coconut cream, or you can use coconut milk, (if you use the milk do not get the light because it won’t have enough fat)

Note, The coconut cream, milk, or oil is not available at most regular chain markets. You must locate these online, or at your local health food store. You can try Whole Foods Market because I know that it is nationwide.

Either the coconut cream or milk can be found in a can or a plastic container (the latter is what I try to find)

If you use the coconut cream I used half the container,

For the can of coconut milk you simply need to scoop out the solid portion so you may need 2 cans depending on how much you need)

1 Tbsp (or to taste) of Stevia extract)

1 tsp. Vanilla Extract (I use organic, non alcoholic)

dash of organic Cinnamon (optional)

How to make:

If you use coconut milk, Place unsweetened can of coconut milk upside down in refrigerator, preferably overnight

I refrigerated my coconut cream in the fridge too,

Next pour the milk or cream in to a ice cold bowl, (I used a stainless steal bowl, the colder your bowl is the faster you can whip up cream regardless of whether it’s dairy or coconut),

Note, If you use the canned coconut milk scoop just the solid cream portion into a medium size bowl (you  usually can get 1/2  of the can before you get to the liquid portion) So be careful to only scoop out the solid cream before reaching the liquid milk. Save the liquid for a smoothie.

Finally, Add to the coconut cream in your bowl, the tbsp. (or to taste) of Stevia,

Vanilla Extract,

and dash of Cinnamon.

Whisk until smooth.

I used a hand mixer and it was done in less than 2 minutes.

Add this delicious coconut cream to the brownies, to your coffee in the morning, or to anything else you can think of. Well, maybe not to anything you can think of, but almost.

Really amazing no-guilt whipped cream.

Now you can store whipped cream remains (if there is any) in an air tight container in the refrigerator.

Actually, the coconut whipped cream would be awesome on this

healthy French toast.

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