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Vegan no bake brownies

As we are in the midst of a long hot summer, and often still crave that something sweet. Why not try something that doesn't involve an oven, is super quick and full of flavour!

Summer-time often comes with busy social calendars. So why not create a little mindfulness in the kitchen and share these tasty treats with friends and family.

What better way to wind-down than with these simple non bake brownies.

Using only five ingredients they are great served as super-chilled sweet bites on a long summers evening with friends (or just for yourself!)

Not only are these brownies delicious but also healthy! Containing avocado, medjool dates and nuts.


1 medium avocado
85g Maple syrup or any vegan liquid sweetener
25g cocoa powder

Brownie mix:
200g Pecans, walnuts or almonds or choose to use a mixture!
100g medjool dates
25g Raw cacao powder or cocoa powder
1/8 teaspoon of espresso powder (optional)


Step 1: Put the avocado, maple syrup, and cocoa powder all into your food processor at once. Then blend for 1 minuet until smooth. Then remove the frosting and put to the side.  

Step 2: Now place your nuts of choice, medjool dates and cocoa powder all into the food processor and blend until all combined. Depending on how chunky or smooth you would like your brownies to be blend between 1-5 minuets.  

Step 3: Scoop your mixture into a lined cake tin with a spoon evenly flattening it out, now spread your frosting across the top. Then decorate as desired!  

Step 4: Place brownies in the fridge for around an hour or more to chill, allowing them to harden before cutting. 

Step 5: Brownies are now ready to eat, enjoy!  

 We have featured this tasty recipe Anthea at Rainbow Nourishments! Head over to her website or Instagram for more incredible ideas!  from

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