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Raw Brownie Bites

Hey everyone! My name is Jessica of Jessiker Bakes and I'm here helping Meriem with posts while she is celebrating Ramadan.

Today I decided to bring you some raw brownie bites. I'm a definite dessert lover but as we know, sometimes they can get a bit fattening! I’ve been trying to find options that are not only lower in added sugar, but are honest-to-goodness better for you. I’m on a whole health kick right now and have been experimenting with vegan recipes and I’ve been loving dates. If you’ve never tried them, dates are naturally sweet, and remind me of like a chewier, sweeter raisin loaded with tons of nutrients, vitamins and minerals. That’s why they had to be the prime ingredient in these bites next to chocolate.

Enough about health stuff, back to these brownie bites. The ingredients are so simple - cocoa powder, dates, almonds and walnuts. That’s it! The result is a bite that really does taste like a brownie bite, really! The texture is there, the chewiness, and most important of all, THE CHOCOLATE. I am trying so hard not to devour these babies but it’s really hard! They are also made in a much shorter time than regular brownies which are also a plus :). As a synopsis these bites are:

Cute and

I would recommend rolling them in saran wrap because boy are they sticky at first! Once they go into the fridge and set, they’re perfect. You could even roll them in chocolate chips, or coconut (yum). Best part? If it’s summer where you are, you won’t need to turn on the oven for this. Win Win!

Raw Brownie Bites

Yield: 16-20 bites
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1/2 cup walnuts
1/2 cup almonds
1 cup dates (Medjool or regular), chopped
1/3 cup + 2 teaspoons unsweetened cocoa powder
1/2 teaspoon sea salt


Grind the walnuts and almonds in a food processor, until a dough starts to form. Add the dates, cocoa powder, and salt and process until incorporated and the mixture begins to turn into a dough.

Roll the mixture into round balls using the help of saran wrap, until all the mixture is finished. Place in the fridge for at least an hour, then enjoy!

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