Day 227 – Raw Chocolate Oat brownies

Chocolate Oat Brownies
Chocolate Oat Brownies

A lovely friend sent me a link last night to a whole stack of delicious Raw Desserts!

I had to immediately get to work and start making them.

I feel like I have processed walnuts and dates to death – but this has some oats in it too… and well I couldn’t resist changing this one around a little bit and adding some coconut oil 😉

Ingredients:..makes 9 squares…

3/4 cup raw oats (you can get these from the health food shop – they are called ‘steel cut oats’)

3/4 cup walnuts (I always soak and dehydrate mine before I use them – they taste less bitter and are easier to digest)

4 Tbsp. cacao powder

1/2 Tsp. cinnamon

pinch of sea salt

6 Tbsp. dates, soaked for at least 2 hours (I leave a tub of dates soaking in my fridge)

1 Tbsp. maple syrup (or honey, agave  nectar, coconut nectar or rice syrup)

1/2 Tsp vanilla bean paste

1 Tbsp, coconut oil, melted


In a food processor, mill the oats until  they are flour like.

Add remaining ingredients and process until all ingredients are well combined. Takes a few pulses.

The mixture is quite sticky so you may need to employ a metal spoon to assist with press into a lined square container.

I like a good fat looking brownie, so I have used a square 12cm plastic container as my ‘brownie’ pan.

Once you have your mixture flattened into a container – place in the fridge for 1/2 hour.

Serve with a sprinkle of cacao and some chopped nuts – or just how you please.

I quite like the ‘oatiness’ of these recipe 🙂  A little different…

Ally x

2 thoughts on “Day 227 – Raw Chocolate Oat brownies

    1. Hi Jodey, I get my vanilla bean paste from the supermarket – it is usually in a small black jar next to the vanilla essence – it costs about $9.00. You can also use vanilla powder which Loving Earth make and is available at some Health Food shops – it is really good value for money. Cheers, Ally x

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