These Easy Raw Protein Brownies (9g Protein Per Bar) are 5-ingredient healthy protein brownies are moist and fudgy.
Having a brownie, knowing it’s guilt-free is a new level of satisfaction. I know, I know, plenty of people out there say the same about many things, but trust me on this one, these vegan brownies are INSANE!
They make a great breakfast on the go. A snack on the go, and even a pre-workout snack. They give you an amazing boost of energy and long-lasting fullness.
These vegan no-bake brownies have become my favourite brownie recipe and a snack. Honestly, why do people even use sugar? The dates are sweet enough.
What’s Peanut Butter Powder?!
Right! Peanut butter powder is less in fat, less in calories, and contains a lot more protein! I like it a lot and use to my dairy-free milkshakes, protein shakes, baking, and anything!
The protein in these protein brownies mainly comes from this amazing peanut butter powder! You can, of course, use Vegan protein powder, but I recommend using peanut butter powder more 😉
Do let me know how you found these Easy Raw Protein Brownies (9g Protein Per Bar) if you do try them though! And if there was anything you tried or something that worked better…Do drop me a comment below, or you can find me/message me directly on Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, or Facebook! I love seeing what my lovely readers think of my recipes!
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Easy Raw WFPB Protein Brownies (8g Protein Per Bar)
- 1 cup /125g walnuts
- 1 1/3 cups/233g of dates pitted
- 1/2 cup/140g of runny tahini/ or almond butter
- 1/2 cup/50g unsweetened cocoa powder
- 1/2 cup/50g of peanut butter powder
- Grind the walnuts and dates in a food processor until finely ground. Add the tahini or almond butter and process until well mixed.
- Add the cocoa powder and peanut butter powder and pulse to mix well. Transfer the brownie mixture to an 8-inch square baking pan. (If you line the pan with parchment paper, it will make it easier to remove the brownies.) Use your fingers to press the mixture evenly into the pan. (You can place a piece of parchment paper on top of the mixture as you press it into the pan to prevent it from sticking to your hands.)
- Once the protein brownies are firmly pressed into the pan, sprinkle the top evenly with the crushed/whole pecans/walnuts, pressing them into the top of the brownies. Cover and refrigerate for at least 1 hour before cutting into squares
They can last for up to a week and can be easily frozen.
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Moriah Stevenson5 August 2020 at 5h25
Delicious, filling, and simple. I’ve made them twice now. The second time I added about 1/2 a cup of cooked garbanzo beans. Thank you so much!
elena5 August 2020 at 10h19
I am so pleased you enjoyed them! These brownies are my everyday go-to snacks. Each time I make them, I use different nuts, sometimes even drizzle chocolate on them…they are my everyday snack basically!
Emily7 February 2023 at 15h22
Made this yesterday…. was a huge hit!
Everything came together super quickly. I was worried about the dates and walnuts gumming up and getting stuck on the side of the processor, so I just pulsed the walnuts first until they were fine, then added the rest of the ingredients in order. Pressed into a pan, and VA VOOM! Done! So quick and easy. And they taste delicious too. Not just “delicious for being healthy” but actually just DELICIOUS. Will make these again for a WFPB potluck this weekend. Thanks for the great recipe!