Super Choc Zucchini Brownies 

Today I made a batch of brownies. This was my first time using zucchini in them and I have to say I love them. They are super easy, delicious and you can freeze them.

Here’s the recipe if you are keen to give them a go.

You will need:

 

Process:

Preheat oven to 180 degrees.

Line a brownie tin with baking paper.

Grate the zucchini into a large bowel. Roughly chop the dark chocolate and add to the bowl. Then add all of the other ingredients into the bowl and mix well.

Pour into the lined tin and pop into the over for 50 – 55 minutes or until skewer comes up clean.

Cool brownie in the tin and then cut into squares.

This recipe freezes well so separate into daily or weekly size portions and freeze. I use glad wrap and baking paper to wrap up 5 at a time to freeze.

 

Enjoy!






Banana Bread Cake 

Today I whipped up a banana bread cake, it only really became a “cake” because I didn’t have a decent rectangle Tin to cook it in so I used a cake tin. 

You will need: 

 

Process:

First in a food processor whiz up the dates. Then add the bananas, eggs, chia seeds, baking powder, vanilla bean paste and mix. 

Then add the coconut flour and mix again.

Allow the mix to stand for ten minutes and then pour into a greased cake or baking tin.

Decorate the cake with shredded coconut and chopped walnuts.

Cook in the oven on 160 degrees for approximately 45 minutes or until cooked and the knife comes out clean.

 

 


 

Chocci Protein balls 

These are so easy to make and you can store them in the freezer for about a month.
You will need:

Process:
First in a food processor, ground the raw almonds . Then simply add all other ingredients and process until reasonably smooth. If your mix doesn’t appear moist enough simply add more water as required.

Then roll the mix into balls and store them in the fridge to set.

The balls can be stored in the freezer and taken out as you need them. These have about 10 grams of protein per serve (2 balls) and you’ll make about 16-20 balls from this recipe.

Wanna be Ferrero Balls

These are one of my favourite protein balls. They are so easy to make and you can store them in the freezer for about a month.

You will need:

  • 50g Hazelnut butter (if you don’t have any you can use Peanut Butter)
  • 150g of dates (they must be pitted)
  • 30g brown rice protein
  • 10g raw maca powder
  • 30g coconut oil
  • 50g of hazelnuts (if you don’t have any you can use almonds)
  • 500g dark chocolate (you can use organic, cooking or just your favourite type)

Process:

First in a food processor, blend the dates. Then simply add all other ingredients and process until reasonably smooth.  Then simply roll the mix into balls and store them in the fridge to set.

The balls can be stored in the freezer and taken out as you need them. These have about 7.5 grams of protein per serve (2 balls) and you’ll make about 10-12 balls from this recipe.