These brownies would make the perfect Valentines tray bae bake for your significant other, or yourself because who needs a partner to enjoy cake?
As a chocoholic, I love brownies. But ever since I switched to a Paleo based whole food diet, my quest for the perfect brownies was never quite over. They were always a little too something: dry, crumbly, oily. But now I can confidently say “my quest is over!!” I have finally managed to bake a healthy brownie that tastes divine, holds it shape, and doesn’t make me bloat up like a balloon.
I know when a bake is a success, because not only do I love it but the rest of my family (who eat standard shop bought bakes) love it too. They hoovered the almond ripple brownie batch up in a couple of days, not even a crumb was left!
These brownies are super easy to make. I don’t know about you but I can’t be doing with having multiple bowls on the go. Who wants extra washing up? Not me. With these brownies you only need one bowl and the will power to not eat the entire batter.
Feel totally free to experiment and get creative in kitchen. I am all for finding what works best for you in terms of health. Not only figuring out a diet that you thrive off of, but feeling confident to adapt recipes to suit your tastes. So, if you prefer pecans to almonds, or peanut butter to almond butter, or a little more sugar, then go for it!
You can enjoy these brownies on their own, with a dollop of yogurt (pictured is nush strawberry), a scoop of coconut ice cream, banana nice cream, date toffee sauce or heated with melted dark chocolate. Ok, I’m salivating now, anyone else?
Thank you to Buy Whole Foods Online for supplying the ingredients for me to be able to make and share these triumphant brownies.