Sometimes, only a decadent chocolate fix will do; that's where these brownies come into play. While they're not exactly guilt-free, nutritionist Cynthia Sass created these vegan spinach brownies to help you add a few nutrients to your dessert. Mixing in almond flour increases the protein and healthy fat content of these vegan brownies, and the secret ingredient, spinach, adds antioxidants (also found in the dark chocolate chips), iron, vitamin A, calcium, and other nutrients, as well. And since these vegan brownies taste just as delicious as a traditional brownie, they'll be a hit with anyone and everyone.
Who doesn't love a brownie? Nutritionist and registered dietitian Cynthia Sass has created a recipe to healthify the treat: she adds spinach to the batter. Fear not! Your taste buds will have no idea these brownies are fortified with green stuff. Watch the video to learn just has she does it!
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I love trying out different brownie recipes, and my current obsession is this method from Nick Malgieri's Bake! In terms of brownie recipes, it's on the more complicated side: the batter has to be mixed for 10 minutes. However, the extra effort is rewarding — the resulting brownies are amazing.
They have a wonderful cracked top, fudgey melt-in-your mouth center, and crumbly sugary texture. Growing up, my dad always added half a bag of chocolate chips to his brownie batter, so now I do the same. The extra chocolate makes these brownies that much more delectable! You gotta bake them. Here's the recipe.