- Baking Powder
- Brown Sugar
- Cacao Powder
- Coconut Oil
- Dark Chocolate Chips
- Garbanzo Bean
- Powdered Sugar
- Vanilla Extract
We’re all looking to get a little healthier but that doesn’t mean we have to (or want to!) give up dessert. All it takes is recipes like this one that incorporate healthy ingredients in creative ways so you never know they’re in there. And, you don’t have to feel bad about having more than 1! Instead of flour, Julia uses garbanzo beans to give the brownies a thick, dense, and creamy fudge-like consistency. The double dose of dark chocolate and cacao powder will satisfy even the biggest chocoholic. Our favorite part though, is that when you use Julia’s technique of making the batter in a blender, these delicious gluten-free brownies come together in a jiffy.
“ As an outdoor enthusiast, I prioritize maintaining a well-balanced diet. I love developing, photographing and sharing healthful recipes that incorporate in-season produce. My treat recipes typically incorporate alternatives to wheat. I believe in making healthful recipes approachable, delicious and unique! ”
If you live an active outdoors lifestyle like Julia, then you know how important it is to fill your body with healthy, nutritious, and satisfying food. Luckily for us, Julia is the recipe developer and blogger behind The Roasted Root where she shares her creative and healthful recipes using whole ingredients. What we love most about Julia is that she has the ability to incorporate healthy ingredients and alternatives to wheat, dairy, and cane sugar in creative ways that are as delicious as they are nutritious so we can feel great about having that one extra bite.
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