Okay, so I’m not a big fan of chocolate 🍫.
I know, I know, who am I?
But seriously, if I could choose vanilla every day I TOTALLY would. While I don’t necessarily LOVE chocolate, I AM a big fan of experimenting with “healthy” foods and food alternatives.
Therefore, I’ve experimented with HEALTHY Black bean chocolate cake 🍰. It’s my latest experiment, and it turned out pretty dang good if you ask me- and I don’t even love chocolate!
This cake is moist, chocolatey, and absolutely delicious; Without all the guilt of eating a giant piece of regular chocolate cake! Packed with fiber and good-for-you micronutrients, you wont even notice it has no flour and you made it with beans.
When people hear “black beans”, they usually shy away from using them in baking. I mean, I agree that’s probably not what they were meant for. But as a healthy, high-fibre alternative to using just flour and butter, this cake adds in a little health to the line up of treats and lower-cal desserts. Plus, higher fiber in our diets is extremely important to our overall health, just see my post here.
If you choose to use gluten-free oats for your oat flour, coconut oil, and Enjoy Life chocolate chips, this recipe will be Wheat/Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Soy-free, guilt-free, and 100% delicious. If you choose to use dairy or non-GF oats, it’s still soy-free, guilt-free, and delicious, don’t worry.
It’s way easier than it seems to bake with black beans (and not be able to taste them in your cake, duh). The most important thing is to have a good food processor or blender. So without further ado (honestly I never read those long blogs before a recipe anyway), here is my version of black bean chocolate cake for YOU:
For anyone on a meal plan with EVLV fit, one piece is 1 serving of “any” carbs + 1 serving of fats for your day!
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