Recipes

Layered Vanilla Chocolate Brownie

Layered Vanilla Chocolate Brownie

Layered Vanilla Chocolate Brownie!


This recipe is even more delicious than it sounds! If you love an ooey gooey fudgy brownie you will love these. AND they are healthy. They are full of protein, prebiotic fibre, and other great ingredients that you can feel good about eating. This recipe was brought to us by Dianna on our Nourishmeorganics instagram! Share your finished products with us in our Gut Health Gurus Facebook Group.


Ingredients:


 1/2 packet of Teff Tribe packet mix ⁣


✓ 1 mashed banana


✓ 1/4 cup of noshu foods white chocolate chips 


1-2 tbsp of coconut oil melted (enough so mixture combines)⁣


3 tbsp of almond butter


✓ 1 tbsp of Natvia caramel sauce ⁣


1 tbsp of maple syrup ⁣


3/4 cup almond flour 


1/4 cup Happy Way vegan vanilla protein


 2 tsp of Nourishme Organics acacia fibre


1/2 tsp of cinnamon ⁣


✓ A pinch of salt


✓ A block of Lindt Australia



Method:


Brownie Layer:

Mix 1/2 packet of Teff Tribe packet mix, 1 mashed banana , and 1/4 cup of the white chocolate chips together. Follow packet direction and bake!



Vanilla Layer:


  1. Mix 1-2 tbsp of coconut oil melted (enough so mixture combines)⁣, 3 tbsp of almond butter, 1 tbsp of the caramel sauce , and 1 tbsp of maple syrup together until smooth.

  1. Add in 3/4 cup almond flour , 1/4 cup vegan vanilla protein , 1/2 tsp of cinnamon , 2 tsp of the acacia fibre, and a pinch of salt

Once the brownie has cooled (around 40 minutes, and keep it in the tin!) Press the vanilla layer on top of the brownie layer. Make sure that it is nice and firm. Then melt a block of Lindt Australia chocolate on top and spread it around. Place it in the fridge for 30 minutes to let it set. Once set, remove from tin and cut into squares. If the chocolate layer cracks, that is okay! Top it with a little sea salt and you have a delicious high-protein, healthier snack!


Enjoy these healthy brownie bars and share your finished products with us in the Facebook Group we would love to see them!