This is a very versatile recipe that can be frozen for ice cream, refrigerated for a rich pudding or fudge, or dehydrated for a chewy brownie. It's packed with superfood energy, protein and omega 3's!
For Brownie Batter/ Ice cream:
makes approx. 2 cups
-About 1/4 cup chia seeds (soak in enough water to cover seeds completely, may add more water later for desired constancy)
-7 Dates (Soak till soft)
- 2 Tablespoons Cacao Nibs
-1 teaspoon Maca powder
-1 teaspoon Gogi berrie powder
- 2 Tablespoons Coconut Butter
- 2 Tablespoons Almond Butter
-2 Tablespoons Cacao Powder
- 1/8 teaspoon sea salt
(stevia to taste- optional)
Blend throughly to desired consistency adding more water if needed.
For brownie pudding eat as is or for brownies, spread in a pan and dehydrate for a couple hours.
For ice cream, freeze until ready to eat
For hard Chocolate candy shell or add chocolate chunks to brownie batter:
-1/2 Cup Cacao Butter (melted at very low heat)
-1/2 Cup Cacao Powder
-Stevia or other sweetener to taste
-Pinch of sea salt
For chunks to add to batter, allow to harden in freezer and finely shave or chop and add to batter
For Hard candy chocolate sauce pour over ready to serve ice cream and allow to harden.
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