This yummy recipe is quick & easy to make & doesn’t need any soaking or dehydrating. One of my team likes to make some extra & keep it in the freezer, so she knows she has a healthy sweet snack at hand.
Low Glycemic Carob Brownies
2 cups almonds, ground to a powder
1/4 teaspoon sea salt
1/4 cup chia seeds, ground
1/4 cup raw carob powder
2 tablespoons ground butternut squash
20 – 22 drops Sweet Leaf Whole Leaf Stevia Concentrate
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1. Process almonds, salt, chia seeds and carob powder in a food processor until thoroughly combined.
2. Add the squash, stevia, and vanilla extract.
3. Pulse a few times, and then process the mixture until it begins to stick together like a dough.
4. Press the mixture into a parchment paper lined 6-inch square pan and refrigerate for at least 2 hours.
5. Remove from pan by pulling the parchment paper up.
6. Slice and enjoy.
TIP: When adding the stevia drops, start with the smaller amount, mix and taste. Add more, one drop at a time, if more sweetness is desired.
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Comment below: What is your favorite low glycemic brownie recipe (carob or cacao)? Share the sweetness, without the guilt!
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2tbsp of ground butternut squash- it means the fresh squash ground? Thank you
Yes, Bo, it is fresh raw squash that you grind. I have done it in a coffee grinder, but whatever you can use is fine.
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