Have you ever had REAL superfood brownies? Most people really have NOT.
We’re all familiar with those sugary chocolate brownies grandma loves to bake, but are they really GOOD for you?
Is Grandma just leading your kids down the processed food path to diabetes! Are those sugary treats a good thing to teach kids to eat?…or will the healthy goodness of superfood brownies win the day?
Are the processed food brownies ok to eat. Some will say, AH, it’s ok once in a while, but what do I say? As the father of a 3 year old in post Fukushima California, 2017, do I think they are a good idea to eat or teach kids to eat?
Nope. They are not. She uses processed sugar, processed white flour, processed salt, and God knows what else in those things. Don’t eat them! Or that monstrous SUGAR cake that gets presented at just about every kids birthday party in America. It’s not just the sugar, it’s the gluten and it’s the pesticides and it’s the entire chemical shitstorm your are consuming when you eat something that is heavily processed in bad ways with bad things.
Don’t let your kids get hooked on processed food. Instead, teach your family how to make superfood brownies that EVERYONE loves because they actually taste TEN TIMES better.
Here are the ingredients you will need to make SUPERFOOD BROWNIES that blow granny’s brownies completely out of the water. Nobody in their right MIND would prefer the processed food version which tastes sickly sweet by comparison and is just a mirage and a pale reflection of the WHOLE food version.
one stick of butter (preferably raw milk butter, but at least organic butter if you can’t find or can’t afford the raw)
1/2 Cup Raw Organic Cacao Powder
1/2 Cup Raw Organic Coconut flour
1/2 cup shredded Raw Organic Coconut
1/2 cup Raw Organic Coconut crystals (or Lakanto, ideally use Raw Organic Maple Syrup if you can afford it)
1/4 to 1/2 cup chopped Raw Organic Walnuts
1/4 cup Raw Organic Brazil Nut powder (optional)
3 or 4 eggs (free range, organic)
1/8 tsp of baking powder (a couple pinches)
First start melting your butter in a saucepan on VERY low (don’t boil it)
when it has melted, mix in your coconut sugar (or Lakanto, or maple syrup).
Honestly, it doesn’t matter whether you use coconut sugar, or lakanto or maple syrup.
All 3 of those alkaline sweeteners will put a big smile on everyone’s face. Maple is most expensive, followed by
Coconut sugar. If you’re really trying to stretch your dollars, get the Lakanto.
mix everything else in a large bowl and slowly pour the sweet melted butter into the powder.
stir until there are NO chunks left. use a blender with a wisk attachment if you want to get more air in there
but I usually just stir by hand, and if it’s too thick, add more melted butter and/or egg. You won’t want it RUNNY or SUPER DRY, you want it somewhere between runny and dry. It’s really not hard at all. My 3 year old can do it.
grease up a cookie pan with coconut oil or butter, pour the batter in.bake on 350 for 15 minutes or so but keep a CLOSE eye on it because it cooks pretty fast and you don’t want to burn your superfood (this stuff aint cheap).
Nothing but the BEST for my family! Spend a tiny bit more at the store, and spend a tiny bit more time in the kitchen, the payoff is practically infinite and people who switch from processed foods to whole foods can DEFINITELY feel and taste the difference.
Not only do they taste far tastier, they are also in fact a healthy food choice! NO sin here. No serious systemic damage here, no long term systemic damage, no short term systemic damage. No coming down from a “sugar high” which is actually your system going into SHOCK essentially from the processed foods which are ironically, MOST difficult to process!
Your body has to work VERY hard to process that white sugar, and it’s basically slamming the accelerator pedal to the floor on the aging process. You will notice people who have eaten a LOT of processed white sugar are usually very old looking and very pale. There are many disturbing reasons for this I can’t cover in this article, but you will have NO trouble finding plenty of information on the DESTRUCTIVE power of processed sugar. Rather than dwell on that, I prefer to present amazing alternatives, to completely turn the tables on your processed food addiction.
Whole foods, really do make a huge difference. They are healthy AND they taste better, once you have experienced them. Processed foods are a nightmare most people never escape.
Here’s the ingredients in case you don’t have some of these:
that’s all the exotic stuff you need. I think you can find some good free range eggs, some raw organic nuts, some decent butter and some baking powder. It’s SUPER easy to make these superfood brownies and you really won’t find anything as delicious on this entire planet. If you love chocolate and you love coconut, you’re going to be in chocolate coconut heaven. Be sure and have a glass of milk handy (preferably raw).
I can’t personally go COMPLETELY raw with my diet, but I try to move in that direction as much as I can and at least eat WHOLE foods as much as you possibly can.
If your food items have a LONG list of ingredients starting with SUGAR or HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP, that’s called processed food, and more and more we are finding that processed food is causing a lot of illness in people nowadays. Getting off processed foods is probably the BEST lifestyle decision you will ever make. At least cut way down and watch how much better you feel! Watch how much longer you live!
IF these brownies aren’t sweet enough for your taste, add an extra 1/4 cup of sweetener next time.
IF they are TOO sweet, then pull back on the sweetener.
Everyone has different preferences for their sweets and their sweetness. How much sweet is sweet enough?
I find that these superfood brownies get sweeter after they cool down in the fridge, not sure why, but I love them nice and hot and I don’t really want them TOO sweet personally. Adjust the amount of sweetener until everyone is smiling from ear to ear. That’s when you know you got it just right! Superfood Brownies that are SUPER healthy and delicious as well.