Brownie in a Blender

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Desserts | Jun, 11 2013

Brownie in a Blender

Who loves chocolate? If you are looking for a very easy and very healthy way to enjoy a dense and moist Brownie, look no further. This recipe is an adaptation from several flourless chocolate cakes that I have tried. Sometimes I get impatient with all the steps to mix this with that and then add this with that. So last week I decided to throw it all in the blender to see what happened.

The result was a denser cake, but a very moist one, more like a Brownie. Let me know how yours turn out. Bon Appétit!

Blend the following in a high speed blender until there are no lumps and the beans are well blended:

1 can (15 0z) organic plain black beans

5 large eggs

Add the following and blend for 1 minute at medium speed, pulsing occasionally to make sure all the ingredients are well blended:

¾ cup Erithrytol or Stevia to taste

6 Tbsp. raw organic cocoa powder

6 Tbsp. coconut oil

1 Tbsp. vanilla extract

1 tsp. aluminum free baking powder

1 tsp. baking soda

½ tsp. salt

Pour batter into a well-oiled glass 9 inch cake pan

Bake at 350 F until a tooth pick comes out clean in the center…about 40 minutes.

Let cool and cut into tiny squares. Serve with fresh organic fruit and almond milk ice cream.


  • I made them, family devoured them , so making them again today. It also works with coconut sugar, but people cleansing for cancer should not use that at the beginning of their cleanse. It took several months before I could use it.

  • We now bake these every week at our house! If I use a 9×13 i double the batch, sometimes i bake them in mini muffin pans, sometimes in a round stone. the texture is different everytime depending on the pan used….but however they are gone soon 🙂 I bake them for our weekly farmer’s market . Someday I will have my own table and be able to share DR. Vs info also.

  • This recipe is great for those trying to clean up their diet from sugar. I’ve been making this recipe for quite a long time. I only use stevia sweetener[Kal brand]. My recipe modifications make cake, not brownies… 8 TBS. Cocoa powder, 9 TBS coconut oil, 1 tsp + 1/8 tsp stevia, 1 tsp instant coffee, 1 TB maple syrup [the real stuff only] to add a little extra moistness are the changes I made.

    Serve with frozen banana “ice cream” and a drizzle of peanut butter 🙂