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Raw Vegan Brownies

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Ein rohes Rezept zu finden das tatsächlich schmeckt und einfach ist, hätte ich mir nicht so einfach vorgestellt. Aber als ich ein Bild der rohen Brownies gesehen hatte, musste ich sie einfach mal ausprobieren. Ich war total überrascht. Sie schmecken wirklich nach kalten Brownies und sind so gut, das ich sie schon ein paar mal gemacht habe. Und außerdem…wer mag nicht ein Rezept mit mit nur 4 Zutaten und 3 Arbeitsschritten. Genau!  Simple, dass perfekte Rezept für mich.

Finding a raw recipe, which actually tastes good and is so easy to accomplish, I never thought that would be so easy. When I first saw a picture of raw brownies I knew I had to try these. It took me by surprise. They really taste like cold brownies, I already had to make them several times. And anyway…who doesn’t like a recipe with only 4 ingredients and 3 steps to get there. Right! Simple, that’s just the perfect recipe for me.
Recipe (yields 6 cupcakes or a small brownie tin)
What you’ll need

  • 1 cup walnuts
  • 1 cup almonds
  • 10-20 dates (depending on how sweet you want it, of course I used 20, dah!)
  • 2 Tbsp cacao
What you wanna do 
1. Place all ingredients in a food blender and blend away until a fine crumbly texture occurs 
2. With your fingers, press the mixture firmly into the muffin form or brownie tin 
3. Stick in fridge to assure it gets nice and firm
Once you take it out of the fridge, you’ll be able to cut the muffins/brownie without them falling apart.

Thanks so much for reading!


How to make vegan Nutella

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Hierfür braucht man keine großen Worte. Geröstete Nüsse mit Schokolade. Punkt.

You don’t need big words for this one. Roasted nuts with chocolate. Period.

Recipe (Yields one jar of Chocolate Cream)

What you’ll need

1 1/2 cups of nuts (I used almond for my almond-chocolate spread and hazelnuts for the hazelnut-chocolate spread)
2 Tbsp. Honey or Maple Syrup (whichever you prefer)
1 pinch of salt
1/4 -1/2 cup of Oil (Sunflowerseed or Coconut) – This liquidifies the spread, so the more you use the more liquidy it will be
1-2 tsp. Cocoa powder

What you wann do
1. Roast the nuts in the oven for about half an hour on 100°C / 212 °F
2. If you used hazelnuts you need to peel of the skin after they’ve been roasted in the oven. As you can see on the pics the skin will almost come of by itselfe.
3. Crush up th nuts if you’re not using a fancy food processor ;-) With whatever you got. I used a wooden Ice crusher.
4. Mix all the dry ingredients throughout the crushed nuts.
5. Ad the oil to the dry mixture and place in food processor until smooth texture appears. Or- as I did – use  your hand blender and blend away. You might need to add some oil through the process if to sticky.

The spread is best kept in the fridge for up to two weeks. But really I only lasts me toughly one week ;-)

My recommendation: Eat as is with a spoon!

Raw vegan alternative: Don’t roast the nuts but put in dehydrater. And instead of the vegan but not raw sweetener option Maple Syrup use stevia.