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High protein brownies

12 slices
Easy
40
Brownies high in protein with kidney beans, almonds and pistachios
Ingredients
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Recipe Tips
It is best to eat the brownies fresh, otherwise pack in an airtight container. For even more protein, you can also use protein powder. In order to reach the desired dough consistency, you can adjust the proportion of oat milk. 
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Ingredients

Cake
250 gKidney Beans (Canned)
2Medium Eggs
160 gErythritol (Sweetener)
Salt
50 gDr. Oetker Fine Dark Cocoa Powder
1 tspDr. Oetker Baking Powder
50 gGround Almonds
100 mlOat Milk
50 gSoya Flour
Glaze
75 gDr. Oetker 72% Extra Dark Chocolate
10 gCoconut Oil (Liquid)
Topping
8 gChopped Almonds (1 tbsp)
8 gPistachios (1 tbsp)
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For the cake

Preheat the oven (top/bottom heat: 160 °C). Cover the baking tin with greaseproof paper. Drain the kidney beans and puree into a fine mix with the eggs in a bowl. Add the rest of the ingredients and whisk smooth using the whisk attachment on the hand mixer. Add the mass to the tin and bake in the centre of the oven for approx. 45 minutes, then set aside to cool and remove the greaseproof paper. 

Top And Bottom Heat Oven Temperature: 160 °C

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For the glaze & topping

Chop the Extra Dark Chocolate and melt together with the coconut oil over a water bath. Spread the glaze over the cake, sprinkle with almonds and pistachios and set aside to cool for approx. 15 minutes. Slice the brownie into 12 portions and serve. 

  • It is best to eat the brownies fresh, otherwise pack in an airtight container. For even more protein, you can also use protein powder. In order to reach the desired dough consistency, you can adjust the proportion of oat milk.