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These Death by Chocolate Blender Brownies are undoubtedly one of the richest things I’ve ever made. They’re not for the faint-of-chocolate-heart! Dark and fudgy, and sweetened with only fruit and honey, they’re the perfect thing if you’re craving chocolate!
It’s no secret that I’m a chocolate lover. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, snacks… any time of day is a good time for chocolate! And the darker the better, if you ask me.
Even so, in all my chocolate love I can only eat two of these beauties – and I can usually down half a pan of “regular” brownies!
For those of you fellow chocolate-lovers out there – especially dark chocolate lovers – these are for you. Not only are they dangerously delicious, they’re super easy to make: Throw everything in the blender, pour it in a pan, and bake!
Now you can have death by chocolate whenever often you get the craving.
If you just happen to be in need of some new ways to include chocolate in your diet, here are some of my other favorites. 🙂
- Chocolate Banana Crepes
- Spiced Dark Chocolate Cake
- Browned Butter Chocolates
- Sweet Potato Chocolate Pudding
- Quick Fix Dark Hot Chocolate “Shots”
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I am always asked about my favorite brands, so I want to share with you the places I get my ingredients.
If you’re looking for essential oil recommendations, check out the high-quality brand that I use in my own home here.
My affiliate partner, Vitacost, has really good prices on some of the ingredients in this recipe. If you sign up through this link, you’ll get a coupon for $10 off your first purchase from Vitacost, and when your order ships, I’ll get a $10 off coupon for referring you. The cool thing about this program is that you can then refer your family and friends through your own link and YOU can get the $10 coupons too! 🙂
Thrive Market is another exceptional online grocery store. They are like Costco and Whole Foods combined in an online format. While they are a membership site, their prices are often cheaper than anywhere else. Check out this post which as a price comparison guide that I compiled between Thrive, Amazon, and Vitacost. If you sign up through this link, you will get 15% OFF your first order and I will get a coupon for referring you.
In addition, my affiliate partner, Tropical Traditions, is where I get all of my coconut products from and if you make a purchase from them through any of my links, you will receive a free copy of their Virgin Coconut Oil book, and I will receive a discount coupon for referring you.
Amazon, of course, has everything you need for this recipe. Their prices are often very good, though I love to shop around and sometimes find that Vitacost and Thrive Market have better deals. If you like saving money, it’s good to shop around! 🙂
I get all of my vanilla beans and other vanilla goodies from Beanilla. I’ve tried a ton of brands of vanilla and vanilla beans and Beanilla is by far the best quality I’ve found! Make sure you check out their Bean Bucks Rewards program so you can save on future orders.
- 1 cup mashed banana (about 2)
- 2 eggs
- 2 tsp. vanilla extract (I buy my vanilla extract here)
- 2 tbsp. coconut milk or coconut water (I buy my coconut milk here and my coconut water here.)
- ½ cup dairy-free chocolate chips (I buy my chocolate chips here.)
- 1 cup cocoa powder (I buy my cocoa powder here.)
- ¼ cup honey (I buy my honey here.)
- ½ tsp. baking soda (I buy my baking soda here.)
- Preheat oven to 355 and grease a 9x9 inch baking dish.
- Place everything in blender except baking soda and puree until smooth.
- Pulse in baking soda and spread batter into prepared dish.
- Bake for 25-30 minutes, or until knife comes out clean.
- Let cool for about 10 minutes before removing.