Friday 8th June
Well its been a world wind this week, do you ever wonder where the hours go? I have been working on a recipe for “Blondies” as i have had quite a few of my followers asking for them. So i have decided on BANANA CHOCOLATE CHIP BLONDIES.
Is it me or does anyone else have serious food obsessions ? at the moment its spinach and chickpeas and i was wondering if i could incorporate either of these in a new brownie recipe … spinach lets face it would anyone be excited about spinach brownies ? just me then ha, chickpeas would defiantly work, so in i threw a can a drained chickpeas, i was hoping the bananas would over rule the bean flavour and voilà it worked a blooming treat .. chocolate chips added, along with a cup of oats, gluten free ones.
I always try and make my vegan treats was healthy as possible, so chickpeas add a great source of fibre, copper, iron and great protein content to these blondies.
Author: Emma English
Cook time: 25 minutes
Makes: 16 Blondies
- 1 medium cup of gluten free oats
- 18 oz chickpeas
- 3 bananas
- 1/2 organic maple syrup
- 1/4 apple sauce
- pinch of sea salt
- 1/2 medium cup of vegan dark chocolate chips
- Pre heat oven to 350 degrees.
- Place ( drained) chickpeas food processor until crumb.
- add rest of the ingredients to processor except chocolate chips
- place batter in baking tray ( 8in x 8in)
- Bake for 25 – 30 minutes.
- Allow to cool ( if you can wait ha ) cut into squares.
- Voilà Chocolate Chip Banana Blondies
Enjoy Emma xx
Friday 1st June
Hi everyone and welcome to my very first blog post!
I’m a huge fan of anything cherry bakewell, it takes me back to my childhood at Stubbins School, when school dinners were handmade by happy ladies wearing pale blue tabards, but why did they always lift my lettuce and find my tomatoes! never been a great fan of them. Warm cherry bakewell tart with ice cream is absolutely delicious! Since I’m so obsessed with the cherry bakewell flavour it inspired me to make my new boozy brownies. These brownies are truly primary school inspired! They are definitely a talking point with sparkle, trouble is you (or should I say I) can’t just eat one.
I will be posting every Friday, so please join me on my vegan adventures.