11 responses

  1. janet @ the taste space
    May 15, 2013

    Is that a real ice cream flavour, Dawn??? In any case, your brownies look delicious!! Totally bookmarking them for my next chocolate craving. :)

  2. Joanne
    May 16, 2013

    i am amazed at how gooey these are!! Like no other bean brownies I’ve ever seen.

    And I think it’s good that you’re getting back to blogging. It will help take your mind off things, for sure.

  3. Ewa
    June 19, 2013

    These look amazing..do you think I could get away with not using the cane sugar??

    • admin
      June 19, 2013

      It might be tough because the base is quinoa and black beans so you need something a bit sweeter but you could try honey or agave but up the amount of quinoa flour.

      • Ewa
        June 19, 2013

        Thanks! How much extra quinoa do you think I should add?

      • admin
        June 20, 2013

        Thinking maybe 2 tablespoons? Try that and see how wet the mixture is and let us know how this works because I would prefer to use agave or honey myself!

  4. Marfigs
    January 5, 2014

    These look wonderful! Silly question – I’ve read that usually one has to rinse off the quinoa to get rid of some bitter taste – if you’re grinding it down do you first rinse, dry out, and then grind into a flour or just skip the rinsing? Thanks!

    • admin
      January 5, 2014

      Hi! No not a silly question. Typically if you are only eating the quinoa alone and cooking it you will rinse it to prevent it from being slightly bitter from the saponins, a coating that plants produce to keep insects form eating it. When grinding I forgo that step in order make the flour because I want it dry – when it is mixed into the recipe you won’t taste any bitterness at all!

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