Melted Choco-Protein Brownie Babies


Yes, you are not imagining things, and by just looking at the ingredients of this delicious chocolatey recipe, I bet your sweet tooth craving would definitely be begging to be satisfied. As you look at this sinful recipe, you may want to think twice of the effects it will give your body.

Well, here’s the good news! Aside from the fact that these brownies look yummy, and outrageously delicious, they are actually filled with the nutritional value we are actually looking for, well maybe to lessen the guilty feeing of munching on these sinful snacks in bite-size pieces. Found in these slices are fiber and anti-oxidants, vitamin C, nutrients such as calcium, iron, magnesium and protein, and lots of pythonutrients. It goes without saying that these brownies would be a candidate for the most nutritious brownies ever!

This mouth-watering recipe would immediately make you want to try it out, and since you cannot find anywhere these ‘like-no-other brownies’, you may want to try making a batch for yourself, anyway, it is not that hard, it actually is just a ‘mix-and-bake’ procedure that even a beginner can make and be proud of herself.

Now we begin to realize that these brownies would surely appease our craving for something chocolatey, utterly delicious snack without adding extra pounds to the ideal weight that we worked hard on.

So let me give you the recipe for a mouth-watering, nutrient-packed sweetie called ‘Melted Choco-Protein Brownie Babies’


  • 260 grams chickpeas, cooked (or you can use cooked unsalted black beans or adzuki beans)
  • 3/8 cup coconut nectar or coconut sugar (alternatively, use something which is lower in carbs, or another sweetener)
  • ¼ cup pea protein powder, chocolate flavour
  • 3/8 cup of 100% cocoa powder
  • ¾ cup eggwhites
  • 2 small pieces (approximately 85 grams) cooked beets (cooked sweet potatoes may be used instead if you don’t like beets, or use 2-3 tablespoons of peanut butter)
  • 1 tablespoon of toffee flavdrops ( you have the option not to include this, but adding it would be nice)
  • 8 squares (10 grams each) of dark chocolate (85%)


Directions for cooking:

  1. Mix all ingredients together and blend well. Using a small brownie pan, pour the mixed ingredients.
  2. Place the pan inside the oven and bake at 175C (335F) for twenty minutes or until done. You may test this by inserting a toothpick at the center of the brownie mix, it should come out clean when removed.
  3. Once cooked, remove from the oven. Cut into small squares. To have that melting effect, place chocolate squares on top of the hot brownie.
  4. Adding chopped nuts or nut butter on top of the brownies may be done to have that extra-special look, and added protein effect.
  5. If you want to make more of these, just double the amount of the ingredients.


Nutritional information (per brownie)
Serving size: 1 slice (approximately 8 servings)
Calories: 202 kcals
Protein: 12 grams
Carbs: 15 grams (with 10 grams of fiber)
Fat: 8 grams

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