Juicy, chocolatey and delicious – that’s exactly what brownies should taste like. But this recipe proves that you don’t necessarily need a lot of sugar or animal fat. These nutty porridge brownies, based on the Verival Sport Protein Porridge Cocoa-Banana, are vegan and use less sugar than conventional brownie recipes.
Eggs act as a binding agent in baking. They hold the dough firmly together. They also support the effect of the leavening agent, in this case baking powder. But it is not that difficult to find alternatives that take over these functions. In this recipe, we use ground flax seeds that swell in hot water for a few minutes.
But applesauce or other fruit purees can also serve as egg substitutes.
So you don’t have to miss out on anything when baking if you want to eat plant-based.
Instead of flour, the gluten-free Verival Sport Protein Porridge Cocoa Banana is added to the dough. This means that this pastry is also suitable for a low gluten or gluten-free diet.
The Sport Protein Porridge is part of our Verival Sport Range. This product range is rich in pure vegetable proteins and dietary fibres, so that you are already optimally supplied with energy and strength for your sport and all your activities at breakfast.
These brownies don’t take much time to prepare and are quick to bake. Here are a few tips to get you started:
Here you will find all the ingredients and preparation steps for the delicious chocolate brownies:
Have fun baking and enjoying!
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