If there’s one thing I’ve learned from blogging it’s that I LOVE BROWNIES! Ok, I guess I didn’t need my blog to inform me of that. Still, I’ve shared a lot of brownie recipes here and I’m sharing another one today. I couldn’t help myself – these raw brownies Emma whipped up are so lovely, luscious and believe-it-or-not healthy!
We interrupt today’s scheduled post for chocolate! I had something else planned for today but then I made these and decided I had to post them straight away. Not that you shouldn’t be excited about my next post of course, but chocolate is always prioritized.
I’ve been baking up a storm in my kitchen recently (more on that to come soon…) and as much as I love doing so, admittedly I don’t feel my best after eating a ton of flour, even if it is wholegrain.
Avoiding flour and still enjoying a sweet treat is no problem at all though when raw desserts are so darn delicious!
I’ve made many a raw brownie in my time but almost always date and nut based ones. I thought I’d go down a different route this time and try and replicate a cooked brownie texture. It was certainly a fun experiment and a…
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Delicious 🙂 How do you manage to get your recipes to lok so fabulous on your website? When I post a recipe,it always looks silly. 🙂 Great Post
Hehe – this is not my recipe or my photo, so I guess my secret is using other people’s awesome recipes!! I do post some of my own recipes, but I’m not the best photographer, so I think my food photos often look silly! I did recently buy an expensive camera and took a 2-hour photography class. This has helped me to take better photos, but I still don’t think I’m as good as a lot of bloggers. I haven’t been doing this for very long, so I’m sure I’ll get better.
I also think you’re being too hard on yourself!! I’ve seen some of your recipe posts and I think they’re great. Your Shepherds Pie, for example looks wonderful!! Here’s the link in case anyone is interested. http://www.peace4animalscornwall.co.uk/2013/10/vegetarian-shepherds-pie_20.html
I wrote a post that highlighted what I learned in my food photography class. Here’s the link if you want to check it out: http://honkifyourevegan.com/2013/06/11/what-i-learned-in-my-food-photography-class/
I’m also curious, are you on BlogSpot and WordPress?
Have a lovely Sunday! Celeste 🙂
Hallo Celeste 🙂
Thanks for the Wonderful reply, I too love your posts too. Your blog looks so professional,I always enjoy reading it.
Yes,I have had a blogspot blog for about two years,but I moved over to wordpress because i find it a friendlier place, where people actually chat and comment ect. Blogspot is a lonely existence in the blog world. I keep the other blog updated,simply as a resource now. I tend to use my wordpress account more these days.
You too have a wonderful week 🙂 Adam
Thanks so much for featuring my brownies Celeste! I hope you get to make them sometime and that you love them as much as me 😀
It’s my pleasure to feature your brownies Emma!! I saw them and I was blown away by how yummy they look and how healthy they are. I certainly will make them, maybe for the holidays!!
You can interrupt my schedule anytime Celeste! Please do! 😉 I checked out coconut and berries – cool blog and post. Goes without saying that I like brownies but I also really loved the very pretty colored berry cream. What a good idea.
I agree with you!! The lovely look of these brownies is what caught my eye. Thanks for your comment!! Celeste 🙂
Reblogged this on Wolf Is My Soul and commented:
Raw Berry Cream Brownies – yummy Celeste!!
Thanks so much for the reblog!!!
Thanks for my book prize! Meatonomics came yesterday, YAY!! Now I just need the time to read it also, lol.
I just put these in the fridge, and now I wait… I’m a little nervous, I never made a raw recipe before and I have bad experiences when it comes to using coconut. I’m keeping my fingers crossed.
How wonderful that you gave them a try!!! I’d love to hear what you think of them! Celeste 🙂
Hi Celeste, they’re great! Everybody that tried them loved them 🙂
Wonderful!! I’m glad they were a hit!