Did you eat cookie dough off the sides of the bowl as a kid? I may not have personally ever did it, but my sister did it all the time and I remember that she loved it.
I'm a bit of a freak when it comes to sweets and I admit it. I have never eaten bounty, mars, snickers. All I loved when I was little was derbies. Growing up brownies and even the raw brownie dough I've been making for quite some time now have become my favorite desserts.
There are many sugar-free brownie doughs. The particular one I have for you here is one of my favorites.
To make it you will need ingredients that can be eaten raw. These are:
almond flour, cocoa powder, sugar substitute (I used monk fruit sugar which has 0 calories), vegan butter, maple syrup or honey (if you're not vegan) and some sugar free chocolate.
If you are not vegan you can use butter of your choice and honey instead of maple syrup.
Instead of sugar from monk fruit you can use any kind of sugar substitute.
If you like this recipe you can try some of the following:
Edible Raw Brownie Batter
- 35 gr. cocoa powder
- 65 gr. almond flour
- 110 gr. vegan butter
- 65 gr. sugar substitute (from monk fruit)
- 2 tbsp maple syrup or honey (if you are not vegans)
- sugar free chocolate
- Start by melting the butter. Mix it with the sugar substitute. Set it aside until it cools down.
- In a bowl mix the cocoa with the almond flour. Add the maple syrup and mix.
- Add the butter mixture and stir. Transfer to a bowl and add the sugar free chocolate after cutting it into small pieces.
- Mix and divide into 3 bowls. Put in the fridge.
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