Black Bean Brownies

With two simple ingredients, this recipe for black bean brownies will surprise you! Not only will you love the simplicity and taste, these brownies are healthier for you too! Higher in fiber and protein and lower in fat and calories, these black bean brownies will be a hit!

 

Black Bean Brownies

 

1 (15.5oz) can black beans, un-drained

1 box chocolate brownie mix

 

  1. Open can of beans
  2. Place can’s contents, including liquid in blender or food processor, blend thoroughly.
  3. Mix into brownie mix. (No eggs, oil or other ingredients needed)
  4. Place in greased 9”x13” baking pan.
  5. Bake according to package directions. (Adjust the time to about 30-35 minutes)
  6. Cool and serve.

 

Nutrition facts per serving: Calories – 130, carbohydrate-26g, cholesterol-0mg, dietary fiber-2g, fat-2.5g, protein-2g, saturated fat-1g, sodium-160mg, sugar-15g, trans fat 0g

 

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