If you're like me and have a serious sweet tooth, the thought of having to cut down, or even give up completely, your dessert intake not only gives you slight anxiety, but it genuinely makes you sad. Yes, too much sugar is bad for you, but there has to be some sort of compromise.
We turn our attention to one of our favorite desserts: brownies. With the holidays coming up (and brownies being one of the most popular dishes served at parties), we know that you're also bound to be confronted with a lot of temptation. We scoured the internet for the best healthy brownie recipes for you and your other
Scroll down to see healthy brownie recipes we'd actually eat.
Black Beak Brownie
MMM...is for Mommy
According to blogger Heather Nolan of MMM...is for Mommy, the black bean brownie is legendary among health-conscious eaters. One of its main ingredients is black beans, which makes the brownie full of needed of fiber and protein.
Sweet Potato Peanut Butter Swirl Brownies
The Healthy Maven
Didn't think you'd ever find sweet potato in a brownie? Davida Kugelmass of The Healthy Maven mixes sweet potato and peanut butter for an extra (healthy) sweet twist to your brownie.
The Best Vegan Brownie
Chocolate Covered Katie
It's a bold claim to coin something as "the best." But Katie Higgins Chocolate Covered Katie makes this brownie without black beans, flaxmeal, coconut flour, tofu, and dates. To get the brownie to be moist, she uses cornstarch.
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